John David Crompton (1908 - 1915)
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John David Crompton (1908 - 1915) was born in September 1908 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He was born into the Crompton family.
He was born to Paul Crompton and Constance Gladys Schwaibe Crompton, and had 5 siblings: Alberta Crompton, Catherine Mary Crompton, Paul Romily Crompton, Peter Romily Crompton, Stephen Hugh Crompton. John died on May 7, 1915 at Mid-Atlantic ocean, at age 6. His cause of death is listed as: exposure from the Atlantic/drowning. He was buried on May 7, 1915 in Cobh, Cork County, Cork Ireland.
John David Crompton's last known residence is at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
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History of John David Crompton Add details
- Given name
- Crompton family history
- Last Known Residence
- Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
- at Mid-Atlantic ocean,
- Burial / Funeral
Cobh, Cork County, Cork Ireland
- Cause of death
- Exposure from the Atlantic/drowning
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The Crompton family was lost during the Lusitania sinking. John David Crompton body was found.
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