Hull, Mrs. Winifred

Winifred Mary Hull, nee Keeling: she married Robert George Hull in Winnipeg, Manitoba, on 4 February, 1914. Her birth was registered in Marske, Guisborough, Yorkshire, England, 7 September 1881. Her parents were James Keeling, an engine driver and a native of Ireland (born about 1842), and Mary Keeling. There is a chance they were the James Keeling and Mary McGuinty who had married in Stockton, Yorkshire, in 1873. In 1901, she was living at Chapel Street in Marske, Yorkshire, with her father and two brothers; James, 17, a joiners apprentice, and Joseph, 15, a painters apprentice. The Cunard Line stated her point of origin was Winnipeg, Manitoba. Mrs. Hull survived the sinking of the Lusitania.

The material presented on this page has been researched by Peter Engberg-Klarström. Copyright 2017 Peter Engberg-Klarström.
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