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Showing results 106 to 120 of 153 for surnames beginning with 'C'.

John J. Coughlan

John Coughlan was born in Corran More, Goleen, County Cork, Ireland on the 15th April 1872, the son of James and Mary Coughlan (née Downey). His father was a farmer, and John was one of seven children. He immigrated to Butte, Montana, in the United

Katherine O'Neil Coughlan

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Margaret Coughlan

Margaret E. Coughlan was born in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, in the United States of America, on the 16th May 1912, the daughter of John J. and Catherine “Kate” Coughlan (née O’Neil). For reasons unknown, at various times the family name was spelt C

Jeremiah Bernard Coughlin

Mary Costello was born in Balbriggan, County Dublin, Ireland, on the 18th March 1883, one of twelve children in the family of Philip and Maria Costello (née Richardson). Her father’s occupation was as a marine dealer, which was a common term in the

John, Jr. Coughlin

John Coughlin was born in Butte, Silver Bow, Montana, in the United States of America, on the 1st June 1910, the son of John J. and Catherine “Kate” Coughlan (née O’Neil). For reasons unknown, at various times the family name was spelt Coughlan and

Alexander Cowan

Alexander ‘Alex’ Stevenson Cowan was born in Bramley, Leeds, Yorkshire, England in 1896, the son of Maurice and Alice Cowan. His father was a bus ticket inspector and a tram ticket inspector at various times, and through his work moved his family a

Ernest Sedgwick Cowper

Ernest Stearing Cowper was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, on the 8th March 1883, the son of Captain Matthew and Agnes Elizabeth Cowper (née Bright). His father was a master mariner and a commander in the Royal Naval Reserve, who was drowned

Desmond Francis Cox

Desmond Francis Cox was born on 21st November 1913 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, the son of Samuel Joseph and Margaret Elizabeth Cox (née Robinson). His father was an accountant, and both his parents had emigrated from Ireland in 1912. He was not a

Margaret Elizabeth Robinson Cox

Margaret Elizabeth Robinson was born in Dublin, Ireland, on 13th October 1888, the daughter of Alexander George and Elizabeth Robinson (née Nicholson), of 21. Portland Row, Dublin. Her father was a clerk. On the 6th September 1912, Margaret arrived

Geoffrey Thornley Coxon

Geoffrey Thornley Coxon was born in North Shields, Northumberland, England, on the 19th May 1896, the son of John William and Florence Coxon (née Clegg). His father had previously been married, fathering ten children before being widowed, and Geoffr

Patrick Coyne (Coyle)

Patrick Coyne was born in Ballyheane, County Mayo, Ireland in 1891. The family home was at Buncorn, Castlebar, County Mayo. In 1915 Patrick had an address at 88 Marsh Lane, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. He served as a trimmer in the Engineering De

Margaret Craigie

Mrs Margaret Craigie was born on the Isle of Islay, Argyll, Scotland in 1875. Very little is known about her life. She was a professional stewardess on the transatlantic crossing. Her usual ship was the Anchor Liner SS Cameronia and she engaged on h

John Crank

John Crank was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England in 1881, the son of John Francis and Elizabeth Crank. He married Margaret Ellen Crank (née Parkinson) on 6 July 1908 at Liverpool registry office, and they lived at 49A Windsor Road, Tuebrook, Li

George Cranston

George Cranston was born in Annan, Dumfries, Scotland in 1852, the son of George Grierson. What his family circumstances were, or how he came about to gain the surname Cranston, is unknown. He married Harriett Cranston (née Hampson) in 1879 and in 1

Thomas Archibald Crawford

Thomas Archibald Crawford was born in Higher Tranmere, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England in 1890, the son of Thomas Archibald and Elizabeth Jane Crawford. He lived at the family home, 1 Argo Road, Crosby, near Liverpool, Lancashire. By 1915 his father,