069 David Critchley, age 30. He was a 1st Class Bedroom Steward on the Lusitania and was the son of the late David, a coal merchant born in 1839 at Chorley, Lancashire, and Anne Jane (nee Pierpoint; she had been born about 1856 at Liverpool) Critchley. His parents had married in late 1881 in the West Derby district of Lancashire. He was born at Bootle, and his birth was registered in the third quarter of 1884 in the West Derby district of Lancashire and he had been born 9 August 1884. He was christened into the Church of England at St. Mary’s Church in Bootle on 14 September 1884. In 1901, he was 16 years of age and lived at Hemer Terrace in Bootle Cum Linacre with his parents David, 60, and Anne J., 44, both natives of Lancashire, and siblings Ethel, 18, a dressmaker, Elizabeth, 14, Richard H., 11, Rachael, 8, and Miriam, 5. His parents were the David Critchley and Ann Jane Pierpoint who had married toward the end of 1881 in West Derby, Lancashire. He was the husband of Florence Maria Critchley (nee Nainman), of 63, Linacre Lane, Bootle, Lancashire; they had married 26 August 1909 at Bootle, Lancashire. In 1911, they lived att 22 Coat Road in Bootle and he was noted as an assistant pantry steward (seafaring).