Persons with the Surname 'Begg'

The Begg Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'B200'

45 individuals have the surname 'Begg'.

Agnes E. T. Begg (about 1871—7 Aug 1897)
Alexander Begg (4 May 1834—10 Mar 1917)
Ann Begg (about 1866—before 1881)
Annie Gordon Begg (about 1867—)
Charles G. Begg (7 Dec 1861—)
Ernest Donald Begg (24 Dec 1877—29 Apr 1880)
Evan Alexander Begg (20 Feb 1866—)
Frederick Begg (about 1889—)
George Begg (about 1851—)
George Begg (about 1863—)
George Alexander Begg (20 Apr 1873—16 Oct 1876)
George Mcdonald Begg (1 Sep 1871—)
Gordon James Begg (21 Feb 1875—)
Harvey Cormack Begg (3 Jun 1883—)
Helen Christine Begg (2 May 1910—)
Isabella Jane Begg (about 1869—)
James Begg (about 1840—5 Nov 1896)
James A. Begg (about 1878—)
James Alfred Begg (19 Dec 1879—1949)
James Gillies Begg (2 Jun 1837—1912)
Jessie Ann Begg (about 1865—)
John Begg (—)
John Begg (—)
John Begg (18 Oct 1838—1925)
John Begg (about 1862—)
Joseph George Begg (about 1867—)
Katie Begg (2 Jul 1896—)
Lillie Clarke Begg (24 Mar 1891—)
Mabel Begg (about 1886—)
Margaret E. Begg (about 1875—)
Margaret Jane Begg (about 1862—18 Aug 1894)
Margery Begg (20 May 1894—)
Mary Begg (14 Oct 1899—)
Mary Ann Begg (9 May 1861—)
Mary Ellen Begg (about 1865—)
Oscar Begg (5 May 1889—)
Pearl May Begg (2 Jul 1887—)
Richard T. Begg (11 Feb 1860—)
Wesley Garfield Begg (2 Oct 1881—)
William Begg (between 1807 and 1849—)
William Begg (about 1861—)
William Begg (about 1863—)
William Begg (about 1869—)
William Mcgee Begg (11 Oct 1863—)
William Roy Begg (28 Dec 1888—)
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