William Dale was born in Tullinskay, Castledawson, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, on the 18th October 1881, the son of Thomas and Margaret Jane Dale (née McMaster). He was believed to be the youngest of ten children, and his family were farme
David Maxwell Dalrymple was born in Longforgan, Perthshire, Scotland, on the 15th March 1885, the son of Robert and Jessie Dalrymple (née Fyffe). The family resided at Mylnefield Feus, and then 26. Watsons Land, Perth Road, Longforgan, and later at
James Dalrymple was born in Wigtownshire, Scotland in 1863. In 1886, he married Janet Allen, who was a widow with three children, in West Derby, Liverpool. James and Janet had four children of their own, and in 1915, the family lived at 113 Claudia
Daniel ‘Dan’ Daly was born in Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland, in 1873, the son of John and Mary H. Daly. He was married to Maud Daly, (née Hockey) and they lived at 4 Court, 5 House, Ashfield Street, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. He engaged as a f
Harold Mayne Daly was born in Stratford, Perth, Ontario, Canada on the 23rd April 1880. He was the son of The Honourable Harold Mayne and Margaret Annabella Daly (née Jarvis), and his father was a prominent lawyer, and the Canadian Federal Minister
Richard Joseph Danson was born in Birkenhead, Cheshire, England in 1868, the son of John Anselm Danson, and his wife Mary (née Morrison). His father was a plumber, but rather than follow his father’s trade, he enlisted in the British Mercantile Mari
John D'Arcy served as a first class waiter in the Stewards' Department on board the Lusitania. He survived the sinking. References Cunard Records, PRO BT 100/345.
Charles Davies served as an assistant pantry steward in the Stewards' Department on board the Lusitania. He survived the sinking. References Cunard Records, PRO BT 100/345.
Frederick ‘Fred’ Davies was born in Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales, in 1877, the son of Ivor and Mary Ann Davies of 13 Jeffrey Street, Newport. He was one of six children, but by 1911, he was the only one of the six alive. He served an apprenticeship
Frederick Davies was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, on 14 June 1895, the son of Nathan and Lucretia Davies (née Worth). His father was a Jewish Latvian immigrant and had changed his name to Nathan Davies on the journey to England. The famil
George France Davies was born in Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales, in 1872, the son of John and Catherine Davies. His father was a joiner, and the family home was at 5. Lewis Street, Newport. George was one of the youngest of a large family. On complet
John Davies was born in Cardigan, Cardiganshire, South Wales, in 1853. His father was a coachman and his uncle was in H.M. Coastguard Service. The family home was at St. Dogmaels, Cardiganshire, but when quite young, John Davies ran away to sea and
John Davies was born at Dylynog, Denbighshire, North Wales in 1853, the son of John and Ann Davies. He lived at 6 Malta Road, Bootle, Lancashire. He served as a trimmer in the Engineering Department on board the Lusitania and was killed after the li
John Davies was born in Hollingsworth, Lancashire, England in 1879. He lived at 2 Green Lane, Blundellsands, Liverpool, Lancashire. He signed on as a trimmer in the Engineering Department on board the Lusitania at Liverpool on 12 April 1915 for her
Richard Kenneth Davies was born in Liverpool in 1897 the son of John and Elizabeth Alice Davies of Egremont, Wallasey, Cheshire. Richard's father died in 1905 and at some stage, the rest of the family moved to Liverpool. In May 1915, the family home