Junczyk, Egor

Egor Junczyk was 24 years old according to the Cunard Line. He was a Russian national and his point of origin was Hoosik Falls, New York. He was a survivor of the Lusitania disaster.

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Zaliachanoff, Khaeho

Khaeho Zaliachanoff was allegedly 37 years old and a Russian national. His point of origin was New York.

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Young, Mrs. Elizabeth

Mrs. Elizabeth Grossart Young. The Cunard Line stated she was 27 years old and that her point of origin was Chicago. She was returning to visit her family having been overseas in Chicago Illinois, her husband Charles was working on the railway there. She returned with a couple of other women in the same situation, returning to Castlegate in Lanark. She arrived at Ellis Island, New York on 27 April 1913, aged 24, and was noted as joining her husband Charles Young in Chicago, Illinois (520 W 65th Place) in good health, 5ft 7 tall with ruddy complexion, auburn hair and blue eyes, being from Lanark, Scotland. She paid her own ticket, but had not yet booked her onward journey. She was only in possession of $30 dollars rather than the required $50. She travelled on the Cameronia out of Glasgow. She is noted as married, a housewife and able to read and write. Next of kin in country of origin listed as: Marion D. Grossart (mother) of Cowan Brae, Lanark. The address in Chicago still exists and is very close to the railway line in the Englewood District, zipcode IL 60621. She was the daughter of William and Marion (nee Dickson) Grossart and had been born around 1889 in Lanarkshire, Scotland. Her parents had married 27 January 1871 at Carmichael, Lanarkshire, Scotland. She travelled with Mrs. Murray.

Mrs. Young
Chicago Tribune 8 May 1915

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York, William

William York. The Cunard Line listed him simply as an ”adult,” with point of origin Brantford, Ontario. He was a shipper for Ham & Notts and lived at 270 Brock Street in Brantford, Ontario, as a boarder with a Mrs. Thomas. In 1911, he was noted as living in Brantford, Ontario. He was a native of England, where he had been born in May 1877 and was subsequently 34 years old at the time and he would have been 37 or 38 when he sailed on the Lusitania. His wife was noted as Cale, whose brother was Arther (sic) Smith. He had been in Canada for about a year, and had been employed for that length of time as a shipper for the Ham & Nott Company. His wife and child of two lived in the old country (England) and he was returning to them on a visit. He was booked on the Lusitania through the C. P. R. office in Brantford and in New York he joined his sister, a returned missionary from China, who was returning to England on furlough. The officials of the Ham & Nott Company described him a a fine specimen of a young man. (Brantford Daily Expositor) Later on it was revealed that he had taken out a 5,000$ traveller’s accident insurance policy and his family was subsequently well provided for. He was lost when the Lusitania went down.

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Yohanan, Alevaretz

Alevaretz Yohanan was listed by the Cunard Line as a Persian national, 32 years of age and his point of origin was Chicago, where he lived at 14 West Illinois Street.

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Yohama, Envia

Envia Yohama (male) was listed by the Cunard Line as 40 years of age, a Persian national, and the point of origin was listed as Chicago.

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Yocob, Baba Jan

Baba Jan Yocob was listed by the Cunard Line as having been 33 years of age and a Persian subject. His point of origin was Chicago, where he lived at 199 West Ontario Street.

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