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      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.

    • Erin Gibson

      Mr James Francis Young, Worked on the Titanic as a Fireman/Stocker/ 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.

    • Shiela Elder

      Francis James Young (Fireman) Frank Young was lost in the sinking. His body, if recovered, was never identified. His widow Amy was apparently remarried but what became of her is uncertain.

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