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Posted on 11/07/2001 6:36:08 PM PST by ATOMIC_PUNK
They were Britons living the American dream when they fell victims to terror
THIS is a list of British and Irish people known to be missing following the terrorist attacks:
Andrew Bailey, 29, from Birmingham, worked for insurance brokers Marsh and McLellan on the 93rd floor of the north tower.
Paul Bristow, 27, publisher for Risk Waters Group, was at a seminar in the Windows on the World restaurant on the 106th floor.
Michael Cunningham, 39, a broker for Eurobrokers in the south tower, originally from Ilford, east London. He lived in Princeton, New Jersey, with his wife Teresa, 35. His son Liam was 13 days old when the tower was hit.
Patrick Currivan, 53, of Dublin, was on board the hijacked American Airlines Flight 11.
Richard Dawson, in his 30s, of Southampton, was attending a convention on the south tower's 106th floor.
Elisa Ferraina, 27, from Lewisham, south-east London, was taking part in the Risk Waters Group conference on the 106th floor of north tower.
Gerald Paul Fisher, 57, a senior executive in technology and strategy consultancy Booz-Allen & Hamilton, was meeting clients at the Pentagon.
Andrew and Timothy Gilbert, both in their 30s and from Ipswich, were working at the World Trade Centre. They had been living in New York for some time.
Kieran Gorman, 35, a labourer from Co Sligo. He and his wife, Ann, who is six months' pregnant, had returned from Ireland the day before with their two sons. Mr Gorman told his wife from the 92nd floor: "I'm getting out of here. A plane's just hit. I love you."
Ian Gray, 55, from Wick, in Caithness, vice-president of health care consultants McBee Associates Inc, was on board the plane that crashed into the Pentagon.
Catherine James, 37, from Swansea, a former concert pianist who studied at the Royal College of Music. She was working on the 100th floor of the north tower.
Nicholas John, 33, a banker from Swansea, worked for JP Morgan Chase several blocks away. He had been called to a meeting in the twin towers.
Jim Walsh, 37, a computer programmer from Nottingham, lived in New Jersey with his pregnant wife Kate, 29
Michele Beale, 37, from Billericay in Essex, with her children Lizzy and Joe. A director of London publishing firm Risk Waters, she had arrived for a two-day conference at the World Trade Centre when the terrorists struck
Michael Egan, 51, Hull-born vice-president of insurance firm AON, with his sister Christine Egan, 55, a nurse. Both are missing.
Howard Selwyn, 47, from Leeds, was told to evacuate south tower while on the phone on the 84th floor.
Nigel Thompson, 30, from Sheffield, working on the 105th floor for brokers Cantor Fitzgerald.
Michael Lomax, 37, an Oxford graduate from Heaton Moor, Stockport, was working on the south tower 93rd floor.
Graham Berkeley, 37, of Shrewsbury, an IT consultant was in the plane that hit the south tower.
Simon Maddison, 40, of Harlow, Essex, worked for Cantor Fitzgerald. Lived with his family in New Jersey.
Bella Bhukan, 23, from Wellingborough, Northants, was working on the 104th floor of the north tower.
Christopher Newton-Carter, 52, from London, associate director of Sandley O'Neill, was near the top.
Vincent Wells, 22, from Ilford, east London, the youngest British victim, was on the 105th floor when it was hit.
Sarah Redheffer, 35, of Enfield, north London, organised a conference on the 106th floor of the north tower.
Derek Sword, 29, from Dundee, was working for finance firm Keefe, Bruyette & Woods in the south tower.
Joyce Smith, 55, from Leicestershire, was catering manager at Cantor Fitzgerald. Parents sent dental records.
Juliana McCourt, four, from Cork, was on Flight 175 with her mother Ruth, 44, when it crashed into the skyscraper where her uncle Ronnie Clifford was working. He escaped.
Stephen Morris, 31, whose parents live in Nantglyn, Denbigh, worked for a finance company on the 90th floor.
Ron Gilligan, 43, a father of three from Merseyside, was behind his 103rd-floor desk at Cantor Fitzgerald.
Gavin Cushny, 48, of Isle of Lewis in Outer Hebrides, was a computer consultant on the 104th floor of the north tower.
Edward Saiya, 49, a divorced father-of-two, was working on the top floor of the south tower when it was hit.
Geoffrey Campbell, 31, from Northampton, was due to take part in the conference on the 106th floor.
Glen Webber, 35, from Wales who planned to move to Peterborough, was an e-commerce consultant.
Melanie de Vere, 30, a publishing assistant from Hayling Island, Hants, was at the 106th-floor conference.
Kevin Dennis, 43, a stockbroker, of St John's Wood, north London, was on the 101st floor of the north tower.
Robert Eaton, 37, a broker from Ditchling, East Sussex, was on the 105th floor of the north tower.
David Rathkey, 47, of Maidenhead, Berks, rang his wife from the 83rd floor moments before it collapsed.
Stephen Lawn, 29, originally from Broadstairs, Kent, was on the 91st floor of the World Trade Centre. He left Britain to work as a money dealer in New York three years ago.
Michael Lomax, 37, an Oxford graduate from Heaton Moor, Stockport, was working on the 93rd floor of the south tower. He and his wife moved to New York five years ago when he became a vice-president of insurance company Aon Re.
Eamon McEneaney, 46, a father-of-four from Castleblayney, Co Monaghan, who survived the 1993 bomb attack on the World Trade Centre. He was working as a financial consultant in the south tower.
Charlie McCabe, 46, a father-of-four from Roslea, Co Fermanagh, was working as a librarian in the building.
Ann Marie McHugh, 35, from Co Galway, and Sean Canavan, 39.
Damien Meehan, 33, a financial adviser whose family originally come from Co Donegal, was in the 88th floor of north tower.
Rick Rescorla, 62, who was born in Hayle, Cornwall, vice-president for security for Morgan Stanley Dean Witter.
Karlie Rogers, a Sussex University graduate, was working for Risk Waters.
Joyce Smith, 55, from Leicestershire. She was the catering manager at Cantor Fitzgerald.
Captain Timothy Stackpole, a New York firefighter originally from Ireland. The father-of-five lived in Brooklyn.
Simon Turner, 39, was among seven British employees working at a technology conference. An ex-Army officer from Muswell Hill, his wife Elizabeth is seven months pregnant.
Dinah Webster, 50, and Neil Cudmore, 38, who were attending a conference on the 109th floor of the south tower. They worked in the advertising department of a financial journal and were believed to have been planning to marry.
Martin Wortley, 29, from Woolpit, Suffolk, was working as a dealer with Cantor Fitzgerald.
Neil Wright, 30, an options broker from Tilbury, Essex, was working in Cantor Fitzgerald.
Oliver Bennett, 32.
Are you still in Hong Kong? Some members of my family just returned from a tour of China & Hong Kong was their last stop.....they said it was a busy exciting place like an Asian NYC!
LOL.....it all depends on the meaning of 'is'!
BTW what time is it in HK?
11:30 PM here on the west coast of Florida where I am....we are soldiering on here in USA....Thank God the 'grown-ups' are in charge now and we have President GW Bush!
Americans are supporting this war on terrorism....9-11 was a wake up call for the civilized world....those terrorists will use biological terror, nukes....they just want to kill us....would be interested in what people in HK think about the attack on NYC.
Please Freepmail me with your thoughts as I must go to sleep now! Enjoyed chatting with you.
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