There were also the brothers William John Arter b.1873, first mate, and William Llewellyn Arter b.1874, chief engineer. William Llewellyn spent most of his career working for Manchester Liners Ltd and served on the Manchester Brigade, Manchester Hero, Manchester Division, War Pundit, Manchester Citizen and Manchester Progress. He was at sea for over fifty years throughout both World Wars.A cousin Thomas Arter b.1880, another ships engineer, lost his life in World War 1 on the S.S. Harbury when she was sunk by the German submarine U70 in June 1917 whilst on a passage from Buenos Aires to Brest with a cargo of grain. Thomas’ brother David b.1883, who rose to the rank of second mate, died as a result of an accident on board the S.S. Charios at the age of thirty-six. The fatal accident occurred whilst the vessel was docked at Port Talbot, when a heavy block fell on his head killing him instantly. These two brothers lived at Bay View. This family had moved to Manchester by the beginning of the 20th century.