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Lavelle, Ellen (1867-) mother of great-uncle   Iowa, Marriage Records, 1880-1937 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish 	 Name	Ellen Lavelle

Lavelle, Ellen (1867-) mother of great-uncle Iowa, Marriage Records, 1880-1937 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish Name Ellen Lavelle

Miss Stella Anne Sage, from Peterborough, England, was born in 1891, the daughter of John George Sage and Annie Elizabeth Cazaly. She boarded the Titanic at Southampton as a 3rd class passenger together with her parents & siblings: George, Douglas, Frederick, Anthony, Dorothy, William, Thomas and Constance. The entire family died in the disaster. Stella's body, if recovered, was never identified.

Miss Stella Anne Sage, from Peterborough, England, was born in 1891, the daughter of John George Sage and Annie Elizabeth Cazaly. She boarded the Titanic at Southampton as a 3rd class passenger together with her parents & siblings: George, Douglas, Frederick, Anthony, Dorothy, William, Thomas and Constance. The entire family died in the disaster. Stella's body, if recovered, was never identified.

In 1973 Clifford and Linda Bernhardt were living the American dream. Clifford was a Vietnam veteran who worked as a concrete worker for Quality Concrete Co. in Billings, Montana. At 210 pounds and standing 5 foot 10, he was considered very broad-shouldered and stout. Linda worked for the Ryan Grocery Co. Wholesale warehouse. Described as friendly and outgoing, she had a 5 foot 3, 103 pound frame that regularly garnered

In 1973 Clifford and Linda Bernhardt were living the American dream. Clifford was a Vietnam veteran who worked as a concrete worker for Quality Concrete Co. in Billings, Montana. At 210 pounds and standing 5 foot 10, he was considered very broad-shouldered and stout. Linda worked for the Ryan Grocery Co. Wholesale warehouse. Described as friendly and outgoing, she had a 5 foot 3, 103 pound frame that regularly garnered

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The Irvines and their kin; revised by the author in Scotland, Ireland and England; a history of the Irvine family and their descendants, also short sketches of their kindred, the Carlisles, McDowells, Johnstons, Maxwells, Gaults, McElroys, etc., from A.D. 373 down to the present time

The Irvines and their kin; revised by the author in Scotland, Ireland and England; a history of the Irvine family and their descendants, also short sketches of their kindred, the Carlisles, McDowells, Johnstons, Maxwells, Gaults, McElroys, etc., from A.D. 373 down to the present time

Free Irish Genealogy eBooks: Index of FREE Genealogy eBooks

Free Irish Genealogy eBooks: Index of FREE Genealogy eBooks

Albert Ernest Fryer-trimmer-Fryer survived the sinking in lifeboat 13. He was photographed with other crewmen upon his arrival home aboard the SS Lapland.Family report that Albert was deeply haunted by his experiences on the Titanic and that any mention of the subject would cause him to get very angry.

Albert Ernest Fryer-trimmer-Fryer survived the sinking in lifeboat 13. He was photographed with other crewmen upon his arrival home aboard the SS Lapland.Family report that Albert was deeply haunted by his experiences on the Titanic and that any mention of the subject would cause him to get very angry.

Miss Sigrid Elisabeth Andersson, 11, was born 16 April 1900, the daughter of Alfrida and Anders Andersson from Kattestorp farm, Kisa, Ostergotland, Sweden. The family boarded RMS Titanic at Southampton, England, as third class passengers. They were all lost in the sinking, their bodies were never recovered.

Miss Sigrid Elisabeth Andersson, 11, was born 16 April 1900, the daughter of Alfrida and Anders Andersson from Kattestorp farm, Kisa, Ostergotland, Sweden. The family boarded RMS Titanic at Southampton, England, as third class passengers. They were all lost in the sinking, their bodies were never recovered.

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