Peter Buswell: He was a shipping agent born 12 April 1888 in Plaistow, Essex. It is possible his mother was a Mary Ann (nee Garms?) Buswell and his father may have been an Arthur Buswell; they had married in early 1876 in Poplar, London. In 1901, he was 12 years of age and lived at Old Kent Road in St. George the Martyr, Southwark, London, with mother Mary Ann, 48, a native of St. Georges East, London, brothers Arthur H., 23, a railway stoker, and Leonard, 18, a general clerk. He later married Marion McBride Brown Haxton and they had a son and a daughter. In 1911, they lived at 83 Lowth Road, Denmark Hill, London SE. He was described as a clerk in a shipping office. He had sailed from Glasgow, Scotland, 12 March 1915, on the s.s. Tuscania, noted as a tourist. He was 5’8’’ tall, had dark hair and blue eyes, and was registered as a married shipping clerk. He died on 24 April 1949 in England. He died on 24 April 1949 in England.
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