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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...-ration th?>t within ii.hr?e miles of the Titanic when tha yaaael ?sank was another steamer, wfeoea two mcithead lights were plainly vis ' il?le. Waa mad? by EdwardJohnBuley, of Southampton, an a'?lc seaman..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... back, to the scene of the sinking to recover some who were In the water. EdwardJohnBuley testified that after he had left the Titanic in one boat he was ordered into another by Officer Lowe and went..."
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Edward John Buley
1911 England & Wales Census
Birth:Circa 1860 - Place
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Children:Frederick Arthur Buley and names of 3 more children
Edward John Buley
1911 England & Wales Census
Birth:Circa 1886 - Place
Residence:Day Month 1911 - Place
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Siblings:Walter Stanley Buley and names of 6 more siblings
Edward John Buley
British Royal Navy and Royal Marine Casualties, 1914 - 1919
Birth:Day Month 1885 - Place
Death:Day Month 1917
John Edward Buley
1911 England & Wales Census
Birth:Circa 1897 - Place
Residence:Day Month 1911 - Place
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John Edward Buley
England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
Christening:Day Month 1897 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
NewspaperARCHIVE.com
Text:"... soon made the seamen feel at home In after the Inquiry was over they came back in a body to see If there was thing else they could do last and promised to be on hand today EdwardJohnBuley an able..."
Date:Apr 26 1912
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
NewspaperARCHIVE.com
Text:"... declaration that within three miles of the Titanic when that vessel sank was another whose two mast headlights were plainly was made by EdwardJohnBuley of South- an able seaman. Buley testified that the ship..."
Date:Apr 27 1912
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America