Edgar Edwin Baldwin. First Class Waiter. He had been born 31 January 1878 in Seacombe, Wallasey, Cheshire, to George J., an upholsterer born about 1845 at Liverpool (George Jessy born in lated 1845?), and Mary A. Baldwin, born about 1844 at Whitehaven, Cumberland. In 1881, he was 3 years old and lived with his family at Platt Street in Poulton With Seacomb, Birkenhead, Cheshire. His brothers and sisters were at the time Eleanor, 11, George, 10, Catherine, 8, Gertrude, 7, James, 6, William, 1, and Florence, an infant. In 1901, he was a pork butcher, aged 23, who lived at Rudgrave (Redgrave?) Square in Liscard, Wallasey, Cheshire, with his mother, who was living on her own means, and four siblings; there was also a visitor staying with the family at the time. He was married (in 1905) and lived at 94 Cranborne Road, Seacombe. His parents may have been the George Baldwin and Mary McGuire who married 29 October 1867 at St. Hillary (or St. Alban’s Roman Catholic Church) in Wallasey, Birkenhead, Cheshire. He died 13 January 1945 at Liverpool.