Author Topic: Are Latvian, Lithuanian & Estonian merchant navy records or sea burials online?  (Read 308 times)

Offline rebekahm28

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If so can someone post a link or two? Would be very appreciated. Im trying to find my great grandfather who was buried at sea roughly 1926-1936, Ive nearly exhausted researching Sweden, where his son was born in 1926 so Ive come back to the country of origin....we dont know exactly which that is but he was eastern European and we've sourced the name and sons name to Latvia.
Too many to mention. Primarily Krilovs (Sweden/Latvia), Cotton (Devon), Brooks (Devon), Wray, Johnson (Holbeck near Leeds), Roberts (gypsies), Clark (Sussex gypsies), Brazil/Elliott gypsies, Beswick, Gregson, McMullen/Mullen (Nottingham), Mycock, Gilbert, Evans (Mansfield), Marriott (Notts/Derbys), Price (Aberkenfig and surrounds plus Vowchurch), Collinge/Colledge.

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Re: Are Latvian, Lithuanian & Estonian merchant navy records or sea burials online?
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 11 October 17 17:21 BST (UK) »
(nudge), still looking.
Too many to mention. Primarily Krilovs (Sweden/Latvia), Cotton (Devon), Brooks (Devon), Wray, Johnson (Holbeck near Leeds), Roberts (gypsies), Clark (Sussex gypsies), Brazil/Elliott gypsies, Beswick, Gregson, McMullen/Mullen (Nottingham), Mycock, Gilbert, Evans (Mansfield), Marriott (Notts/Derbys), Price (Aberkenfig and surrounds plus Vowchurch), Collinge/Colledge.

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