Persons with the Surname 'Chalmers'

The Chalmers Family Record

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Chalmers
C456

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1 individuals have the surname 'Chalmers'.

Catharine Chalmers (7 May 1854—29 Apr 1933)
Agnes Chalmers (—)
Agnes Chalmers (about 1876—)
Alma Evans Chalmers (10 May 1876—Private)
Andrew Chalmers (about 1829—)
Andrew Chalmers (about 1867—)
Anna Chalmers (about 1864—)
Annie Chalmers (about 1852—12 Aug 1916)
Bertram Treacy Chalmers (27 Jan 1886—)
Beryl Chalmers (4 Dec 1891—Private)
Catherine Chalmers (about 1857—)
Christina Chalmers (about 1847—)
David Chalmers (about May 1819—4 Dec 1874)
David Chalmers (about 1856—)
Edna Vera Chalmers (10 Jun 1887—22 Feb 1896)
Elizabeth Chalmers (about 1866—)
Etta M. Chalmers (3 Oct 1872—)
Eunice Annie Chalmers (about 1847—)
Frank Wallace Chalmers (1 Jul 1879—28 Feb 1882)
Frederick Russel Chalmers (22 Feb 1883—5 Jan 1884)
Georgina Chalmers (23 Mar 1876—)
Isabella Chalmers (about 1871—)
James Chalmers (between 1797 and 1839—)
James Chalmers (about 1801—)
James Chalmers (30 Mar 1840—5 Feb 1917)
James Chalmers (10 May 1848—)
James Chalmers (about 1859—)
Jane "Jennie" Chalmers (about 1837—)
Jennet Chalmers (about 1843—)
Jennie Gladys Chalmers (22 May 1897—)
John Chalmers (—)
John Chalmers (—)
John Chalmers (about 1790—between 1861 and 1870)
John Chalmers (about 1839—)
John Chalmers (about 1864—)
Manfred Cameron Chalmers (28 Mar 1874—)
Margaret M. Chalmers (about 1847—5 Feb 1925)
Mary Chalmers (about 1874—)
Mary A. Chalmers (about 1862—)
Pearl Chalmers (10 Nov 1886—)
Ruby Chalmers (10 Nov 1886—Private)
Thomas Chalmers (about 1851—9 Dec 1895)
Thomas Chalmers (about 1869—)
Wallace Chalmers (about 1869—)
William Chalmers (about 1862—)
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