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  • Louise Bisson

    Francis James YOUNG Age 30 Nationalité Irlandaise Né le Décédé le 15 avril 1912 Profession Chauffeur Adresse 28 Russell Street, Southampton, Hampshire, (Angleterre) - 11 Ellison Street, Castlebar, Co Mayo, (Irlande) Port d'embarquement Southampton N° attribué au Corps Non retrouvé

  • ROBIN GALIOTO

    Francis James Young was born in Southampton, Hampshire, England 1 on 14 November 1879. He was the son of Francis Young (b. 1857), a seaman, and Mary Louisa Newman (b. 1858), natives of Southampton who had married in 1878.

  • Liz Milne

    Mr James Francis Young, Worked on the Titanic as a Fireman/Stoker/ Engine Crew. He boarded the ship in Southampton. Nothing is known about his time on the ship. He died in the sinking, his body was never recovered.

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