Georges Tiberghien: He was a French national who had worked for the French Woosted Company. He was returning to France to join the war effort. He had been born 18 December 1883 in Tourcouing, Nord Pas-de-Calais, France, to Charles Augustin, an ”industriel filateur, ” (industrial mill owner) b. 5 February 1859 at Tourcouing, France, and Marie Louise Liévine (nee van den Berghe, b. 8 April 1862 at Menen, West Flanders, Belgium) Tiberghien. His parents had married 15 October 1881 at Menen. His father’s company was called Charles Tiberghien et Fils. He had eleven brothers and sisters, two of whom died in infancy. On 8 January 1907, he had married Marie Louise Irma Motte, in Pas-de-Calais. The couple had two children; Marie-Louise, b. 1908, and Georges, b. 1909. His brother Charles also lived in Pas-de-Calais, France. His remains were recovered after the sinking (No. 191). He was buried at Queenstown 16 May; Grave B, 6th Row, Lower Tier, but was disinterred and sent to France.
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