Persons with the Surname 'Baskerville'

The Baskerville Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'B261'

46 individuals have the surname 'Baskerville'.

Sarah Baskerville (—)
Sarah Baskerville (about 1841—)
Agnes Baskerville (about Feb 1881—)
Ann Sheppard Baskerville (30 Apr 1915—)
Anne Baskerville (about 1851—)
Basil Franklin Baskerville (25 Apr 1907—)
Berton Blakeney Baskerville (12 Nov 1873—11 May 1927)
Charles Malcolm Baskerville (7 Jan 1874—)
Charlotte Alberta Baskerville (22 Sep 1878—Private)
David Baskerville (about 1828—)
David Baskerville (10 Jun 1858—Private)
Dorothy Baskerville (about 1863—)
Dorothy Adeline Baskerville (5 Jul 1909—)
Edwin Anson Baskerville (24 Sep 1882—Private)
George Baskerville (23 Dec 1830—8 Jul 1920)
George Baskerville (about 1867—)
George Howard Baskerville (8 Jun 1888—Private)
Georgina Baskerville (31 Jan 1878—)
Helena Baskerville (Nov 1870—)
Henry W. Baskerville (about 1876—)
Herbert Manton Baskerville (8 Feb 1871—1892)
James Baskerville (about 1838—)
James Holmes Baskerville (30 Apr 1868—15 Apr 1947)
John Baskerville (about 1853—24 May 1881)
John William Baskerville (12 Jul 1841—1925)
Louisa M. Baskerville (10 May 1865—1928)
Lydia Baskerville (about 1855—)
Margaret Baskerville (about 1849—)
Marion Leona Pearl Baskerville (7 May 1885—Private)
Mary Baskerville (—)
Mary Ann Baskerville (about 1834—)
Mary Ann Baskerville (7 Oct 1856—1938)
Philip Edward Baskerville (about 1861—)
Samuel Baskerville (about 1853—)
Sarah Baskerville (22 Apr 1847—)
Thomas Baskerville (about 1817—1900)
Thomas Baskerville (about 1843—)
Walter Hardy Baskerville (1 Oct 1880—)
William Baskerville (about 1790—)
William Baskerville (between 1793 and 1837—)
William Edward Baskerville (5 May 1887—Private)
William Francis Baskerville (31 Aug 1876—)
William James Baskerville (about 1916—)
William John Baskerville (about 1857—)
Maria Baskerville (—)
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