Persons with the Surname 'Beer'

The Beer Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'B600'

43 individuals have the surname 'Beer'.

Annie E. Beer (about 1862—26 Jul 1886)
Annie Loretta Beer (26 May 1873—27 Nov 1934)
Bernice G. Beer (18 Dec 1893—)
Celina Alma Beer (about 1864—)
Christopher Beer (about 1790—22 Jul 1871)
Christopher Beer (4 Jul 1896—Private)
Clara Beer (6 Feb 1857—)
Edwin Charles Beer (30 Jan 1877—)
Eliza Beer (3 Sep 1823—13 Jul 1911)
Elizabeth Ann Beer (27 Aug 1844—)
Ella Maria Beer (27 Nov 1873—)
Emma J. Beer (8 Apr 1895—Private)
Ernest Henry Beer (8 Sep 1888—)
Evelyn M. Beer (—1930)
Frederick Leslie B. Beer (28 Jun 1879—1937)
Helen Joan Beer (12 Feb 1894—)
Henry Beer (about 1820—between 1871 and 1880)
Jacob Christopher Beer (about Apr 1829—29 Jan 1895)
Jacob Christopher Beer (16 Apr 1866—Private)
James E. Beer (13 Feb 1890—)
James Evered Beer (about 1892—Private)
Jane Beer (14 Oct 1825—19 Mar 1912)
Jane Beer (25 Apr 1873—Private)
John Heran Beer (27 Jun 1875—)
John Winlow Beer (28 Nov 1901—Private)
Lilly Eliza Jane Beer (5 Jul 1870—18 Feb 1913)
Mary Beer (24 Feb 1822—26 Jun 1908)
Mary Beer (about 1848—)
Mary Beer (20 Sep 1859—)
Nellie Gertrude Beer (13 Aug 1891—)
Rhoda Beer (about 1855—)
Richard Beer (about 1853—)
Susannah Beer (about 1842—)
Thomas Beer (—)
Thomas Beer (1 Jan 1861—)
Thomas A. Beer (29 Oct 1900—)
Vivian Beer (20 Mar 1895—Private)
Walter L. Beer (24 Jun 1898—)
William Beer (about 1850—)
William B. Beer (11 Jan 1872—)
William Charles Beer (5 Jul 1840—1916)
William M. Beer (Feb 1910—)
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