425 items found relating to : William
|86 Matching Biographies|
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|Kingwilliamstown, Cork, Ireland|
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 — Fu...
|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|
|WILLIAM FARR PENNY
My great uncle...
|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|
|MANSION HOUSE TITANIC RELIEF FUND: WILLIAM FARQUHARSON
Number 98. Farquharson, Martha, widow. Children: George; William; Millicent. All class A dependants....
|WILLIAM GREENFIELDS ACCOUNT
William was involved in his Father's fur business and sailed to Russia once a year to purchase pelts. Blanche went with him this time to buy silk in Paris for the linings of the coats. William met his ...
|WILLIAM CARBINES ?
Photograph, thought by some to be of William Carbines himself, found amoug his possessions....
|NANCARROW FAMILY INFORMATION
William Henry Nancarrow was the only son of the second marriage of Thomas Nancarrow (b1819). His mother was Maria (b1840). His birth took place in or near St. Austell, Cornwall in 1877. His father was described in the various census returns ...
|Cumberland News||MR. WILLIAM MURDOCH
The first officer of the ill-fated ship was Mr. William Murdoch, son of Captain Samuel Murdoch, Oakland, Dalbeattie, who was transferred from the Olympic, on which he was one of the chief officers....
|20th April 1912|
William Edwy Ryerson was the son of George Arthur Ryerson (1851-1881) and Catherine Eleanor Hamilton (1854-1889). He was born in Port Dover, Ontario, Canada. His parents were married in 1875 and had three sons: George (b.1877), William Edwy (b. 1878)...
|Cambridge Independent Press||ARTHUR WILLIAM BARRINGER
Mr. Arthur William Barringer, son of Mr. William Barringer, of 15 Thoday Street, Cambridge, was a Steward on the Titanic. It is hoped that he may be among those of the crew who were rescued, but his name has not appeared among the survivors. Mr. Barr...
|19th April 1912|
|PROBATE REPORT: WILLIAM FARQUHARSON
Farquharson, William Edward, of 90 Wilton Avenue, Southampton. Ships engineer. Administration, London 24th May 1912 to Martha Ellen Farquharson, widow. Effects £428.7.0d....
|24th May 1912|
|WILLIAM EDWY RYERSON : EXTRA INFORMATION
William Edwy Ryerson was born on 7th dec 1878 in Portland Dover, the son of George Arthur Ryerson and Catherine Hamilton. William had a brother, George A Ryerson born in 1880. when Williams father died on 21 january 1881, his mother took him an...
|GEORGE WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP
Photograph of Titanic survivor George William Beauchamp from a c.1919 Board of Trade identity card. ...
|WILLIAM JAMES MAJOR
Photographic portrait of Titanic fireman and survivor William James Major taken from an identity card, c. 1919. ...
|NELLIE WALLCROFT AND HER HUSBAND WILLIAM LIPSCOMB
Photograph of Titanic survivor Nellie Wallcroft and her husband William Lipscomb, probably taken in the late 1930s. ...
|St. Ives Times & Express||MR. WILLIAM CARBINES
Mr. William Carbines, 19, of Nanjivey, was the fourth son of Mr. Nicholas Carbines, and he sailed on the "Titanic" in order to join one of his three other brothers also in Michigan. Although he had been mining in this part of the county for some time...
|19th April 1912|
|guardian.co.tt||THE UNHEARD STORY OF AMY AND THE TITANIC - TRINIDAD GUARDIAN
Amy Pollard was a Guyanese infant who lost her English mother Elizabeth, in Guyana, at the age of one. The year was 1872. Her father William Branch Pollard, was from Demerara, but his ancestors had migrated to, and lived continuously in Barbados from the early 1600’s. William’s father was Barbadian. The Pollards’ ancient origins were Cornwall, England. Amy’s maternal English aunt was Hannah, nee Blackley, the barren wife of the “prince of shipbuilders,” illustrious William Imrie. Along with his partner, a Belfast Irishman—Robert Ismay, many famous sea vessels, including the Titanic, came into being. ...
|8th October 2011|
|New York Times||DEATH NOTICE OF WILLIAM A. SPENCER
SPENCER---On Monday, April 15, at sea, William Augustus Spencer, son of the late Lorillard and Sarah J. G. Spencer. Memorial services to be held in the chantrv of Grace Church on Friday, May 10, at 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Friends and relatives...
|8th May 1912|
|CAPT. WILLIAM CREESE
Henry Creese's eldest brother, William Creese, was born in 1857 and was a mariner by occupation. He had married in about 1889 to Alice (formerly Smith) whom he had met whilst based in Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire. Their first 2 children, Hen...
|ANCHOR MADE BY TITANIC CREW SURVIVOR
William McCarthy handicraft...
|Le Soir||WILLIAM THOMAS STEAD IN 1909
This picture of William Thomas Stead was taken in Constantinople in 1909 and published by the Belgian paper 'Le Soir' on 5 May 1912 in their 'Titanic special issue'...
|5th May 1912|
|WILLIAM WATSON LUCAS
Photograph of former Titanic steward and Titanic survivor William Watson Lucas. Taken from his c.1919 identity card. ...
|thedailyjournal.com||FACES OF THE TITANIC: WILLIAM BURKE
William Burke (30) saved a woman from drowning when she jumped from the Titanic but missed the lifeboat. He caught her by the ankle and held fast in one of the most terrifying individual incidents of the whole drama. The woman was then taken back aboard the ship at the deck below....
|4th April 2012|
|New York Times||WILLIAM E. CARTER DIVORCED
Wife Gets Decree at Philadelphia--Both Titanic Survivors --- Special to The New York Times --- PHILADELPHIA, June 15---Mrs. Lucille Polk Carter, daughter of Mrs. Stewart Polk of Baltimore, widely known in society circles i...
|16th June 1914|
|MEMORIAL TO JACOB WILLIAM GIBBONS
In 1999 a memorial stone to Jacob William Gibbons was placed on the side of Studland Methodist Church....
|WILLIAM CHAPMAN PETERS C.1918
Photograph from a c.1918 identity card showing former Titanic able seaman William Chapman Peters. ...
|BAPTISMAL RECORD OF WILLIAM PIRRIE
Pirrie---J. A. Pirrie of Quebec merchant, and Eliza his wife had a son born on the thirty first day of May and baptized on the seventeenth day of June one thousand eight hundred and forty seven, named William by John Cook, D.D., Min'r...
|17th June 1847|
|THE PARENTS OF WILLIAM JEFFREY WARE
William Jeffrey Ware was the only child of Samuel Ware and Ann Louisa (formerly Witheridge). Their marriage was registered at Tavistock, Devon in the December Quarter of 1888. His father Samuel worked as a blacksmith at one of the copper mine...
|WILLIAM EDWARD MINAHAN
Gravesite of William Edward Minahan...
|WILLIAM ARTHUR LUCAS
Photographic portrait of Titanic able seaman and Titanic survivor, William Lucas. Lucas survived but would later take his own life... ...
|Brooklyn Daily Times||LONG ISLANDERS WHO WERE ON TITANIC
Some Whose Names Are Not on the List of the Saved --- GREENPORT, April 17---All Greenport is fearful that James V. Drew and Marshall, the 5-year-old son of William J. Drew, brother and partner of James Drew, are among the Titanic’s dead...
|17th April 1912|
|New York Times||MISS KATHERINE FORCE TO WED MAJOR SPENCER
Their Marriage to Take Place Tomorrow at the Home of Her Sister, Mrs. William K. Dick --- Although the engagement of Miss Katherine B. Force, daughter of Mrs. William H. Force, to Major Lorillard Spencer has never been formally announce...
|5th December 1922|
|LOLA STERN : WILLIAM GREENFIELDS MOTHER IN LAW
Lola Stern was born in Belgium c. 1878 to the largest diamond distributors in the world at the time. She married William Greenfields father-inlaw after his wife died - shortly after the ...
|The London Gazette||LEGAL NOTICE OF THE RETIREMENT OF THOMAS ISMAY
The London Gazette, Issue 26243, 8 January 1892. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Thomas Henry Ismay, William Imrie, William Samuel Graves,...
|8th January 1892|
|Berkshire County Eagle||THE WILLIAM PERINES CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY
|29th January 1947|
|New York Times||WILLIAM E. CARTER, TITANIC SURVIVOR
Member of Old Philadelphia Family, Polo Player Before World War, Dies in Florida --- KNOWN AS A SPORTSMAN --- Was Seriously Injured in 1912 While Playing for Bryn Mawr Benedicts in Local Match --- PALM BEA...
|21st March 1940|
|LETTER FROM TITANIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEER WILLIAM KELLY TO HIS MOTHER
Kelly tells his mother what he thinks of Southampton and some of the Titanic's passengers....
|10th December 1912|
|PROBATE REPORT (WILLIAM BOWERMAN)
Bowerman, William of Thorncliffe, 145 London-road St. Leonards-on-sea gentleman died 3 May 1895 Probate London to Edith Martha Bowerman widow George Bowerman gentleman and John Wilkie Bell butcher Effects £2851 19s 3d...
|New York Times||MRS. DICK'S ESTATE LEFT TO 2 OF SONS
William F. and John H. to Get Principal at Age of 28 --- Mrs. Madeleine T. Dick, who died at Palm Beach, Fla., on March 27, left her estate in trust for the benefit of two of her sons, William Force Dick and John Henry Dick of Islip, L....
|10th April 1940|
|New York Times||DEATH NOTICE OF JOHN STUART WHITE
DIED *** WHITE---Wednesday, May 19, John Stuart White, beloved husband of Ella Holmes White, and only son of the late William White. Funeral at the residence of his mother, Mrs. William White, 55 West 48th St., Friday mor...
|20th May 1897|
|BBC News||POIGNANT JOURNEY TO TITANIC GRAVE
His family always thought their grandfather had been lost at sea when Titanic sank. William McQuillan was a stoker on the Titanic But more than 90 years later, his granddaughter was astonished to see William McQuillan's grave pictured in a television documentary. Following up the information from the programme, Marjorie Wilson became the first member of her family to pay their respects at the graveside in Nova Scotia, almost a century later. ...
|30th October 2006|
|HOLSWORTHY, DEVON - 1901 CENSUS
At the time of the 1901 census John Henry Perkin, aged 12, was living at the family butcher shop at Lower Square in the town of Holsworthy, Devon. Those present on census day were - William Perkin Head 49 Butcher/Shopkeeper Eli...
|31st March 1901|
|Washington Times||TITANIC SURVIVOR IS EXPECTED HERE
Wife of Former Washington Man Will Visit Relatives In Washington --- Mrs. William Beard Silvey, of Duluth, Minn., one of the survivors of the Titanic, comes to Washington tomorrow night and will, for several days, be the guest of her mo...
|22nd April 1912|
|MOHAWK- VICTIM WILLIAM SYMMES
Williams College yearbook memorial photo of victim William Symmes. An excellent latter day account of the Symmes family tragedy can be read here. ...
|DR. WILLIAM EDWARD AND LILIAN MINAHAN
Dr. William Edward and Lilian Minahan were on the Titanic with Dr. Minahan's younger sister, Daisy. ...
|Elizabeth Daily Journal||FUNERAL OF MRS. ARTHUR STEAD
Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian E. Stead, who died Friday, wife of Arthur Stead, of 128 Reid street, were held yesterday afternoon at J. S. Stiner's Home for Services, 97 West Grand street. Rev. William G. Felmeth, D. D., pastor of the Third Presb...
|13th July 1933|