Persons with the Surname 'Allison'

The Allison Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'A425'

Surnames with the Same Pattern ''

48 individuals have the surname 'Allison'.

Adelean Allison (3 Jun 1843—)
Ann Allison (1 Nov 1870—)
Annie Allison (about 1876—)
Anthony Allison (about 1847—)
Antony Allison (about 1816—29 Jul 1890)
Carrie Ethel Allison (30 Nov 1886—)
Edward Allison (15 Jul 1873—)
Elizabeth Allison (about 1842—)
Elizabeth Allison (about 1866—)
Elizabeth Allison (8 Jan 1872—)
Frank Allison (26 Nov 1880—)
Frederick Allison (20 Sep 1891—)
George Allison (about 1833—4 Jun 1940)
George Allison (about 1864—)
Gladys Anna Allison (29 Mar 1906—)
Harriet Allison (about 1853—)
Harriet E. Allison (9 Oct 1884—)
Harry David Allison (12 Dec 1905—)
Henry Allison (—)
James Allison (about 1806—30 Mar 1901)
James Allison (about 1861—)
James Allison (1877—)
Jane Balfour Allison (—)
Jemima Allison (about 1831—)
John Allison (3 Oct 1870—)
John Russell Allison (26 Jan 1875—)
Lucy Irene Allison (—)
Malcolm James Allison (28 Aug 1907—)
Maria Jane Allison (about 1857—)
Martha Allison (3 Oct 1904—)
Mary Allison (about 1859—)
Mary Aileen Allison (30 Aug 1908—)
Mary Ann Allison (between 1841 and 1873—)
Pearl May Allison (24 Jul 1882—Private)
Phoebe Ellen Allison (about 1851—13 Feb 1886)
Phoebe Lewella Allison (23 May 1894—)
Rachel Flora Allison (22 Mar 1910—)
Richard Allison (about 1838—24 Jul 1885)
Robert Edgar Allison (22 Jan 1878—)
Robert Frederick Allison (21 Jul 1900—)
Roy G. William Allison (29 Nov 1907—)
Sarah Ann Allison (7 Mar 1845—)
William Allison (between 1746 and 1788—)
William Allison (6 May 1863—19 Dec 1917)
William Chester Allison (3 Oct 1896—)
William Frank Allison (25 Aug 1841—)
William James Allison (26 Mar 1873—)
Jane Allison (about 1840—)
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