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Fredric John Gauntlett (1870 - 1951)

Frederic Gauntlett (1870 – 1951), 45, was a shipbuilder traveling on the Lusitania for business with Albert Hopkins and Samuel Knox. Gauntlett worked with worked for Newport News Shipbuilding an...

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James Clark Anderson (1865 - 1915)

MR. JAMES CLARKE ANDERSON, STAFF CAPTAIN Staff Captain James Anderson, 50, assisted Captain Turner and was second in command of the ship. Staff Captain Anderson was in charge of the port side lifeboa...

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Annie Bruno (b. - 1907)

MRS. HENRY AUGUSTINE BRUNO (ANNIE THOMPSON) Victim of the Lusitania disaster Annie Bruno, née Thompson, 43, was a British subject living in Montclair, New Jersey, United States traveling abo...

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Henry Augustine Bruno, Sr. (1869 - 1907)

MR. HENRY AUGUSTINE BRUNO Victim of the Lusitania disaster Henry A. Bruno, 45, was a British subject living in Montclair, New Jersey, United States traveling aboard Lusitania with his wife Annie Br...

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James ''Jay'' Ham Brooks (1875 - 1956)

MR. JAMES “JAY” HAM BROOKS Survivor Lusitania disaster James Brooks, 41, was a salesman with the Weed Chain Company. He was on board Lusitania to travel to England, France, and Russia...

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Carlton Thayer Brodrick (1887 - 1915)

PROFESSOR CARLTON THAYER BRODRICK Victim Lusitania disaster Carlton Brodrick, 28, was an American professor from Newton Centre, Massachussetts, United States. Carlton was traveling on the Lusitania...

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Josephine Mary Brandell (1892 - 1977)

MISS JOSEPHINE MARY BRANDELL Josephine Brandell (1891 – 1977), 23, was an opera singer traveling aboard Lusitania with Mabel Crichton. The two women were at lunch with Francis Bertram Jenkins ...

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Florence Gertrude Martin (c.1885 - 1915)

Marriages Sep 1903 ARMITAGE Herbert Eli St Giles 1b 1278 BURKE Florence Gertrude St. Giles 1b 1278

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Dorothy Douglas Braithwaite (1891 - 1915)

MISS DOROTHY DOUGLAS BRAITHWAITE Victim of the Lusitania disaster Dorothy Braithwaite (1890 – 1915), 24, a British subject from Montréal, Québec, Canada was on ...

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Charles Warren Bowring (1871 - 1940)

MR. CHARLES WARREN BOWRING Survivor of the Lusitania disaster Charles Warren Bowring, 44, was an Englishman representing a branch of his family firm, Bowring Shipowners and Agents in New York. He w...

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Sir Harold Boulton, 3rd Baronet (1892 - 1968)

Denis Duncan Harold Owen Boulton Survivor of the Lusitania disaster Harold Boulton (1892 – 1968), 23, was in the United States on medical discharge from the British Army. He was traveling ...

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Barbara Winifred McDermott (1912 - 2008)

Barbara Anderson (1912 – 2008), 2, was traveling second cabin aboard Lusitania with her mother, Emily Anderson. Both mother and daughter were at lunch on the upper deck of the second-cabin dinin...

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Emily Mary Anderson (1888 - 1917)

Emily Anderson (née Pybus) (1888 – 1917), 26, was traveling second cabin aboard Lusitania with her daughter, Barbara Anderson. Mother and daughter were at lunch when the ship was torpedoe...

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John Allen (deceased)

John Allen was a cabin class passenger on the Lusitania. He survived the disaster. All that is known of him is that he was British and that his residence was Philadelphia, PA, USA.

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Margaret Anderson (c.1885 - d.)

Margaret Anderson , 30, was the wife of George Anderson. She was born Margaret Armstrong in Great Britain. Margaret was lost in the Lusitania disaster. Her body was recovered, #29, and was buried in Co...

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Phoebe Amory (c.1850 - 1942)

Phoebe Amory (1850-1942), 65, was a Canadian woman going overseas on the Lusitania to see her boys off to war and visit her mother, aged 80. She was married to Alfred Howard Amory. Phoebe survived ...

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Chrissie Nicol Marshall Lizzie Stark Aitken (1899 - 1992)

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James Jarvie Aitken, Jr. (deceased)

James Jarvie Aitken, Jr. (1912 – 1915), 2, was the son of Jarvie Aitken, grandson of James Aitken, and nephew of Chrissie Aitken. The Aitkens were traveling aboard Lusitania to return to Scotlan...

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James Aitken (1855 - 1915)

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James Jarvie Aitken (1883 - 1915)

Jarvie Aitken (1883 – 1915), 31, was the father of James Jarvie, Jr., son of James Aitken, and brother of Chrissie Aitken. The Aitkens were traveling aboard Lusitania to return to Scotland from ...

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James Mason Young (1853 - 1915)

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Georgina Abigail Young (1858 - 1915)

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Isaac B. Trumbull (1882 - 1915)

See Isaac B. Trumbull , 33, a United States citizen from Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States, died in the torpedoing of the Lusitania. His body was recovered, #137, and sent back to the United Sta...

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Ella Osbourne (1883 - 1915)

From Ella Osbourne, 31, was from Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. She was a member of St. Bride’s Episcopal Church, although in their records she is recorded as Ella Osborne. Ella came to ...

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Martijn van Straaten (1865 - 1915)

From: Find A Grave Memorial Martin Van Straaten , 49, was a well-known oil dealer of Dutch and British citizenship and Jewish heritage. According to the London Jewish Chronicle, he was known as a "co...

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Joseph Allan Dredge (1872 - 1915)

From Joseph Allan Dredge, 43, worked for The Belize Estate and Produce Co. in Belize, British Honduras (present-day Belize). He and his wife Evelyn were originally from Huntingdon, England. Joseph ...

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Evelyn Dredge (c.1875 - 1915)

Joseph and Evelyn Dredge frequently travelled together - Joseph was in the produce trade. They died together when the Lusitania was torpedoed by a German U-Boat. Their daughter Margaret (~11) was safe ...

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Cyril Wickings-Smith (1888 - 1965)

As a British citizen, Cyril lived in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, but decided to move back to England in1915 with his wife Phyllis and infant daughter Nancy, and brother Basil. Basil's wife Bea...

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Phyllis Bailey Wickings-Smith (1890 - 1920)

Survivor of the sinking of the Lusitania May 7th 1915, along with her husband Cyril & daughter Nancy (8 mths old). Unfortunately Cyril's brother Basil Guildford Wickings-Smith drowned. They were all re...

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Nancy Eileen Fenn Woods (1914 - 1993)

Phyllis (Nancy's mother) tried to get into lifeboat 11 with Nancy, but being held back, she called to Francis Luker to catch her baby. She tossed Nancy to Luker, who caught the little girl, and the b...

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Basil Guildford Wickings-Smith (1885 - 1915)

Drowned in the sinking of R.M.S. Lusitania* May 7th 1915, aged 29. His brother, Cyril, wife & daughter Nancy (8 mths old) survived. They were all returning to the UK from British Columbia (where th...

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David Samoilescu (c.1878 - 1915)

David Samoilescu (1878 – 1915), 36, was a Jewish music hall entertainer who went by the stage name of Dave Samuels. He toured Europe and Australia and briefly returned to the United States b...

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Georges Tiberghien (1883 - 1915)

Georges Tiberghien (1883 – 1915), 32, was a French national traveling back from the United States aboard Lusitania to join the French Army. He had worked at the French Woosted Company. His tic...

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Gertrude Adams (1890 - d.)

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Allan H Adams (c.1873 - d.)

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Joseph Aiston (1896 - 1974)

MR. JOSEPH AISTON Lusitania disaster survivor ' Joseph Aiston, 20, was a British national living in Brooklyn, New York, United States, returning to England aboard Lusitania to join the British Army...

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Hannah Ackroyd (b. - 1915)

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Frederick Ackroyd (1912 - 1915)

Victim of the Lusitania disaster

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Samuel Abramovich (c.1878 - d.)

Samuel Abramowitz Lusitania disaster survivor Samuel Abramowitz, 36, was a father of 8 and lived at 34 Rue St., Annes, Paris, France (see sources) and survived the sinking of the Lusitania. He was ...

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Beatrice Abas (1913 - 1915)

Victim Lusitania disaster

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Isabel Rodriquez Abas (1909 - 1915)

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Beatrice Abas (1889 - 1915)

Mrs Mrs. Philip Robert Abas- (Landesman) Citizenship Dutch-British Lusitania disaster victim

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Ralph Frank Abercromby (1893 - 1915)

Ralph Frank Abercromby Ralph Frank Abercromby was from Cincinnati, Ohio. His name is given on the Saturday, May 8, list of passengers and in an article about passengers from Cincinnati, Ohio. He was ...

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Theodate Pope Riddle (1867 - 1946)

Theodate Pope Riddle (February 2, 1867 – August 30, 1946) was an American architect. The first woman to become a licensed architect in both New York and Connecticut, in 1926 she was appointed ...

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Thomas Bloomfield (1863 - 1915)

Mr. Thomas Bloomfield RMS Lusitania victim Thomas Bloomfield, 50 years of age, was a naturalized United States citizen. Professionally, he was an insurance underwriter from New York City. On bo...

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Albert Edward Veals (1884 - 1965)

Albert Veals, 31, was the husband of Agnes Veals. They had lived in Orange, New Jersey, United States for three years. Albert and Agnes were traveling on the Lusitania with Agnes’ brother Freder...

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Agnes Maud Veals (1888 - 1924)

Agnes Maud Veals- Bailey Agnes Veale, nee Bailey, 27, was sister to Frederick Bailey and wife of Albert E. Veals. Having lived in Orange, New Jersey, United States for three years, she was traveling ...

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Frederic Richard Bailey (1872 - 1950)

Frederick Richard Bailey Frederick Bailey, 40, of Orange, New Jersey, United States, was traveling on the Lusitania with his sister Agnes Veals and her husband Albert Veals. The three were traveling ...

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Oliver Percy Bernard (1881 - 1939)

Oliver Bernard RMS Lusitania survivor Oliver Bernard (1881 – 1939), 34, was an English architect, and scenic, graphic and industrial designer. He was returning to England aboard Lusitani...

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Clinton Percival Bernard (1888 - 1967)

Clinton Bernard RMS Lusitania survivor Clinton Bernard (1888 – 1967), 27, was on board Lusitania en route to Greenland as the head of a geological expedition. He survived the sinking of ...

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Lucy Taylor (1896 - 1976)

Lucy Taylor Lucy Taylor (1896 – 1976), 19, also nicknamed Cis, was the wife of Harold Taylor. They were from Niagara Falls, New York, United States, and were on their honeymoon aboard Lusitani...

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Harold Willie Taylor (1894 - 1960)

Survivor of Lusitania. Was on honeymoon heading back to England to see family. Returned to USA aboard the Saxonia arriving from London to NY 26 Oct 1920 with wife Lucy and daughters Marjorie and Joan (...

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Emily Riley (1911 - 1966)

Survivor of Lusitania. Twin of Sutcliffe

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Sutcliffe Riley (1911 - 1967)

Survivor of Lusitania. Twin of Ethel

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Annie Riley (1886 - d.)

Survivor of Lusitania

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Edward Marlton Riley (1885 - 1954)

Survivor of Lusitania

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Dorothy Alice Wilson (1913 - 1915)

Victim of Lusitania

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Frank Edward Wilson (1910 - 1915)

Victim of Lusitania

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Emily Leah Wilson (1883 - 1915)

Victim of Lusitania

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James Johnson Battersby (1875 - d.)

Mr. James Battersby RMS Lusitania survivor James Battersby, 40, of Stockport, England, was a British subject traveling aboard Lusitania. His ticket number was 46084 and he stayed in cabin A-6. ...

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George Walter Bowers Bartlett (1873 - 1937)

Mr George Walter Bowers Bartlett RMS Lusitania survivor George Bartlett, 42, was a British national from London, England. He was married to Irma Florine Rothschild of New York City. George and ...

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Irma Florine Rothschild (1882 - 1949)

Mrs Irma Florine Bartlett- Rothschild RMS Lusitania survivor Irma Bartlett, 31, was born Irma Florine Rothschild. her sister was Mrs. Austrian whose husband was Alfred S. Austrian, a well-known...

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Allen Byron Barnes (1872 - 1952)

Mr Allen Barnes RMS Lusitania survivor Allen Barnes, 43, was from Berlin, Ontario, Canada and was sailing on Lusitania on business. His ticket on Lusitania was 6926 and his cabin number was B-1...

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Isabella Dhenin (c.1909 - 1915)

Victim of RMS Lusitania Not sure on her dob as different things on ship's passenger lists and havent found birth entry yet.

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Thomas Victor Dhenin (1904 - 1915)

Victim of RMS Lusitania

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Evelyn Augusta Dhenin (c.1880 - 1915)

Victim of RMS Lusitania

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Thomas Dhenin (c.1875 - 1947)

Survivor of RMS Lusitania. His age jumps from 1875 to 1885 on various documents. 1913 travels on Megantic from New York to Liverpool with Evelyn and children. 1920 Census is with 2nd wife Olivia in...

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Millie Baker (1888 - 1915)

Millie Baker RMS Lusitania victim Millie Baker (1888 – 1915), 27, was an American opera singer from Duluth, Minnesota, who had been training her voice in France and Spain since 1909. She...

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Julian Ayala y de la Cruz-Prieto (c.1870 - d.)

Mr Julian de Alaya RMS Lusitania survivor Mr. Julian de Ayala was from Cuba and was the Cuban Consul General at Liverpool. His ticket for Lusitania was 46077 and he stayed in cabin A-21. He was...

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Henry Clifford Ashman (1888 - 1968)

Survivor of RMS Lusitania. Went from England to Australia in 1909 aboard the Marathon and was still out there in 1913 as on electrol rolls for Musgrave, Wide Bay, Queensland as a farm labourer. Went ...

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Nicholas Naftel Alles (c.1865 - 1932)

Nicholas Alles RMS Lusitania survivor Nicholas Naftel Alles, 50, was an auditor for the Hotel St. Regis Company. Although he lived in New York City, New York and had United States citizenship, ...

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Sarah Ann Thompson (1864 - 1915)

Victim of RMS Lusitania

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Joseph Thompson (1866 - 1931)

Survivor of RMS Lusitania but lost wife and eldest son. Died sometime between 1917 when he remarried and 1931 when his other son Harry married. Frequently travelled between Liverpool and Boston with hi...

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Norman Thompson (1896 - 1915)

Victim of RMS Lusitania. Travelled from Liverpool to Boston July 1910 on Ivernia with mother and Aug 1913 on Franconia with both parents.

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Annie Elizabeth Adams (1868 - d.)

RMS Lusitania survivor From Annie’s own account of the voyage, as published in The Tragedy of the Lusitania, written by Captain Frederick D. Ellis and published not long after the sinking. ...

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Henry Adams (1856 - 1915)

Henry T Adams RMS Lusitania victim Henry Adams (1856 – 1915), 59, of Tenby, England was a London merchant. He was traveling aboard Lusitania with his wife Annie Adams. Henry and Annie ha...

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Sarah Hodges (c.1879 - 1915)

Sarah Hodges Grisemer RMS Lusitania victim The daughter of Levi B. Grisemer. He was 64 years of age at the time of Sarah's death. Levi had been ill for more than a year and had been unable to w...

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William Sterling Hodges (1879 - 1915)

William Sterling Hodges Sr William Hodges, 36, had been in the employment of the Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for 16 years at the time of his death. He first worked as a draf...

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William Sterling Hodges (1907 - 1915)

William S.Hogdes Jr RMS Lusitania victim William Hodges, Jr., 8, was traveling aboard Lusitania with his father William Hodges, mother Sarah Hodges, and brother Dean Hodges as his father had bu...

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Albert Lloyd Hopkins (1871 - 1915)

Albert Lloyd Hopkins Albert Hopkins, 44, was the president of the Newport News Shipbuilding Drydock Company at 233 Broadway, New York City, New York, United States. As company president, he earned $2...

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Phyllis Hutchinson (c.1891 - 1915)

Miss Phyllis Hutchinson RMS Lusitania victim Phyllis Hutchinson, 24 (reported as 20 in the New York Times) was the niece of Robert A. Franks of Llewellyn Park, West Orange, New Jersey, a financ...

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Basil William Maturin (1847 - d.)

Basil Maturin RMS Lusitania victim Father Basil Maturin (1847 – 1915), 68, was a British citizen and Irish national. He was a Roman Catholic chaplain at Oxford University and well-known ...

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Herbert Stuart Stone (1871 - 1915)

Herbert Stone RMS Lusitania victim Herbert Stone (1871 ? – 1915), 43, was a United States national from New York City, New York, United States who was a passenger on and went down with t...

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Beatrice Wilhelmina Witherbee (1890 - 1977)

Mrs Beatrice Witherbee-Brown RMS Lusitania survivor Beatrice Witherbee (1890 – 1977), 24, was traveling aboard Lusitania with her mother Mary Brown and son Alfred Witherbee, Jr.. The fam...

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Alfred Scott Witherbee, Jr. (1911 - 1915)

Master Alfred Scott Witherbee, Jr. RMS Lusitania victim Alfred Witherbee, Jr. (1911 – 1915), 3, of New York, New York, United States was an American citizen and the son of Beatrice Withe...

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Mary Cummins (1860 - 1915)

Mary Brown nee Cummings RMS Lusitania victim Mary Cummings Brown, 55, was the mother of Beatrice Witherbee and grandmother of Alfred Witherbee, Jr. They traveled together on Lusitania on ticket...

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Mary Margaret Baldwin (c.1877 - 1915)

Mary Baldwin, 38, was a United States national from New York, New York, United States traveling aboard Lusitania with her husband, Harry. He was president of Austin Baldwin & Company, Inc. and was trav...

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Harry Bradley Baldwin (1867 - 1915)

Harry Baldwin, 48, was a United States national from New York, New York, United States traveling aboard Lusitania with his wife Mary. He was president of Austin Baldwin & Company, Inc., importer-expo...

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Sir Hugh Percy Lane (1875 - 1915)

Director, Municipal Art Gallery, Dublin; Cr Knight [1909]/ Died in the sinking of the Lusitania. Sir Hugh Percy Lane (9 November 1875 – 7 May 1915) is best known for establishing Dublin's Muni...

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Paul Crompton (1871 - 1915)

Died in RMS Lusitania sinking. Paul Crompton (* August 20 1878 in England , † May 7 1915 in the Atlantic Ocean from Ireland ) was a British businessman and shipowner . He also served as pres...

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Peter Romilly Crompton (1914 - 1915)

Died in the RMS Lusitania sinking.

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John David Crompton (1908 - 1915)

Died in the RMS Lusitania sinking.

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Paul Romilly Crompton (1905 - 1915)

Died in the RMS Lusitania sinking.

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Catherine Mary Crompton (1904 - 1915)

Died in the RMS Lusitania sinking.

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Alberta Crompton (1903 - 1915)

Died in the RMS Lusitania sinking.

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Stephen Hugh Crompton (1901 - 1915)

Died in RMS Lusitania sinking.

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Gladys Mary Crompton (1878 - 1915)

Died in the RMS Lusitania sinking along with her husband and six children..

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Herbert L. Stone (1871 - 1955)

Herbert Lawrence Stone (January 18, 1871 – September 27, 1955) was a noted American magazine editor and publisher, and a renowned sailor. He was the editor of Yachting from 1908 until 1952. ...

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Charles E. Lauriat, Jr. (1874 - 1937)

Charles Lauriat, Jr., 40, was of the Charles E. Lauriat Company, booksellers, of Boston, Massachusetts. He was an experienced traveler, but the last voyage of the Lusitania was his first on the Cunar...

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Lothrop Withington (1856 - 1915)

Lothrop Withington (January 31, 1856 – May 7, 1915) was a well-known American genealogist, historian, and book editor who was killed in the sinking of the RMS Lusitania. Born in Newburyport,...

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