65 items found relating to : William Macquitty
|WILLIAM MACQUITTY, BOXHALL AND PITMAN AT THE PREMIERE OF A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Taken at the "Odeon" Leicester Square London July 3rd 1958 on the occasion of the premiere of the Titanic film "A Night to Remember". Left to Right. Wm McQuitty [sic] Director of th...
|3rd July 1958|
On October 1 1967, ADA E. (nee Hall) of the Masonic Homes, Cockeysville; the beloved wife of the late William R. Perine; mother of Rev. William Ball and Mr Edgar William Ball. Funeral services at the William Cook-Brooks Towson ...
|Bernardsville News||MRS. WILLIAM D. CLELAND
MRS. WILLIAM D. CLELAND Mrs. William D. Cleland of Bedminster died Sunday, March 23 in Somerset Hospital, Somerville. She was the former Alice Herman. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p. m., Wednesday in St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Gladsto...
|27th March 1947|
|PHOTOGRAPH OF WILLIAM KELLY
Glasgow born Titanic assistant electrician William Kelly died in the disaster. ...
|WILLIAM FARR PENNY
My great uncle...
|PHOTOGRAPH OF WILLIAM YOUNG MOYES
Titanic sixth engineer in school rugby photograph...
|1911 Census||WILLIAM EDWARD BESSANT IN 1911 CENSUS
William Bessant was residing at 36 Henry Road, FREEMANTLE, Southampton at the time of the 1911 census. He was recorded as being a labourer. He was arried to Emily Ellen for 17 years. They had five children Char...
|New York Times||SIR WILLIAM ARROL
Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES --- LONDON, Feb. 20.-Sir William Arrol, biggest of British bridge builders, is dead. He constructed the present bridge over the Tay and that crossing the Firth of Forth. He was made a knight in 1890 a...
|21st February 1913|
|WILLIAM MCCARTHY, LIFEBOAT 4 CREWMAN
MR WILLIAM McCARTHYGrattan Hill, Cork, who is fortunately amongst the survivors. Elite, San Francisco...
|Paterson Morning Call||WILLIAM C. JOHNSON, JR.
[The opening paragraphs of this article, which do not relate to Mr. Johnson, have been omitted.] The death of William C. Johnson, Jr., of Hawthorne, has been confirmed when his parents received a message reading as follows: William C...
|20th April 1912|