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Persons with the Surname '?'
 

Persons with the Surname '?'

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Surnames with the Same Soundex ''


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1 individuals have the surname '?'.

Georgina ? (—)
Henry ? (between 1795 and 1837—)
Luna ? (—)
Margaret Companionofwilliamwilton ? (about 1850—between 1901 and 1950)
Rozanne ? (—)
Saline ? (—)
Sarah? ? (—)
Private
Private
Wifeofkennyadams ? (—)
Wifeofroadsseabrook ? (about 1839—)
W. Allen ? (about 1855—)
Honora ? (about 1850—)
Grace ? (20 Oct 1835—)
Sarah ? (about 1839—)
Susan ? (about 1761—between 1852 and 1870)
Christina ? (about 1796—)
Caroline ? (11 Jun 1832—)
Mary ? (about 1805—)
Sarah ? (about 1792—23 Feb 1879)
Annabel ? (26 Jun 1829—)
Margaret ? (20 Aug 1828—)
Annie ? (about 1816—)
Christena ? (about 1810—)
Elizabeth ? (about 1796—)
Mary ? (about 1826—)
Ann ? (about 1792—between 1871 and 1880)
Mary A. ? (about 1813—)
Mary ? (about 1806—)
Sarah A. ? (30 Sep 1822—)
Johanna ? (about 1751—13 May 1839)
Annie ? (1 Jan 1853—)
Mary A. ? (15 May 1833—)
Catherine ? (about 1790—)
Elizabeth ? (about 1785—)
Julia ? (about 1792—)
Mary J. ? (1851—1940)
Jane ? (about 1815—)
Margaret ? (about 1773—)
Anna ? (17 May 1854—3 Apr 1904)
Janet ? (about 1813—4 Jul 1893)
Cyrene ? (about 1821—)
Isabella ? (—)
Ellen ? (about 1831—before 1861)
Sarah ? (between 1812 and 1840—)
Mary ? (about 1845—)
Susan ? (about 1821—after 1871)
Christina ? (between 1796 and 1828—)
Jennett ? (4 Oct 1825—19 May 1905)
Hannah Elizabeth ? (about 1813—23 Jun 1864)
Mary K. ? (1903—Private)
Elisa Ann ? (about 1843—)
Jane ? (about 1817—)
Private
Private
Catherine ? (about 1821—12 Sep 1881)
Mary ? (between 1817 and 1849—)
Sarah ? (between 1800 and 1832—between 1855 and 1880)
Barbara ? (11 Sep 1857—)
Jane ? (27 Jan 1819—)
Mary ? (between 1817 and 1849—)
Private
Private
Rachel ? (Feb 1839—)
Annie ? (25 Mar 1849—)
Ellen ? (about 1813—)
Ann ? (about 1834—)
Mary ? (between 1812 and 1844—)
Olga M. ? (between 1915 and 1925—)
Private
Private
Narelle ? (between 1865 and 1975—)
Private
Mary ? (1893—Private)
Private
Annie M. ? (about 1842—1 May 1874)
Julia ? (6 Mar 1859—)
Euphemia ? (about 1797—28 Dec 1861)
Private
Elizabeth ? (1 Feb 1854—)
Emlie ? (between 1832 and 1864—)
Isabella P. ? (1902—Private)
Jane ? (about 1801—27 Mar 1883)
Maria ? (about 1825—29 Dec 1901)
Phoebe ? (1 Jun 1837—)
Dorothy M. ? (1909—Private)
Private
Mary ? (about 1810—)
Maggie ? (Mar 1881—)
Carrie B. ? (about 1857—)
Private
Elisabeth ? (about 1824—)
Private
Sarah Jane ? (31 Mar 1844—)
Catherine ? (about 1828—8 Jan 1894)
Elizabeth ? (1895—Private)
Harriet ? (between 1794 and 1826—)
Jessie ? (about 1833—)
Ethel Bernice ? (—)
Elizabeth ? (between 1831 and 1863—)
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This field displays the surname of the record.
This field displays the SOUNDEX code which is a representation of the surname that ignores minor differences between surnames.
This field is used to manage a regular expression pattern that provides a match which is more limited than the SoundsLike pattern. Specifying a pattern of 'Smith' will include any individuals whose surnames contain the text 'smith'. For example it will match against "Smithson" and "Sexsmith". The pattern "^Sm[aeiouy]th" matches any string that starts with "sm" followed by any vowel followed by the characters "th". For example it will match "Smythe" and "Smothers".
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