Persons with the Surname 'Corsaut'

The Corsaut Family Record

Unfortunately in most handwriting the lower case letter "u" looks exactly like the lower case letter "n". For this surname in particular many transcribers have read the surname as "Corsant".

Surnames with the Same Soundex 'C623'

48 individuals have the surname 'Corsaut'.

Margaret Louisa Corsaut (about 1881—)
Ada Elizabeth Corsaut (26 Dec 1901—2 Apr 1902)
Adnus Corsaut (about 1859—)
Ann Corsaut (about 1849—)
Arthur Corsaut (—)
Arthur Corsaut (about 1855—)
Charles Corsaut (about 1845—)
Christopher Corsaut (1796—30 May 1880)
Christopher Corsaut (15 Apr 1835—2 Mar 1903)
Christopher Corsaut (about 1864—28 Mar 1936)
David Corsaut (about 1840—)
Elisabeth Corsaut (about 1829—)
Elizabeth Ida Corsaut (6 Dec 1905—11 Jun 1907)
Ella Lillian Corsaut (2 Nov 1910—)
Elvira Corsaut (about 1871—)
Eva Millicent Corsaut (16 Apr 1908—)
George Corsaut (about 1839—1 Apr 1919)
George Corsaut (about 1869—)
George Albert Corsaut (about 1861—24 Oct 1938)
Hannah Amelia Corsaut (29 Dec 1874—)
Hannah Isabella Corsaut (4 Dec 1898—)
Henry A. Corsaut (9 Jul 1867—)
Isabella Corsaut (19 Jan 1873—)
James Corsaut (11 Jun 1800—20 Apr 1883)
James Corsaut (about 1838—)
James Corsaut (16 Aug 1858—9 Dec 1931)
James Corsaut (between 1915 and 1925—)
James Henry Corsaut (13 Dec 1912—)
John Corsaut (4 Mar 1826—12 Sep 1917)
John Corsaut (7 Jan 1863—)
Julia Corsaut (about 1865—)
Mabel H. Corsaut (about 1869—)
Maria Isabella Corsaut (30 Nov 1873—)
Mary Corsaut (about 1843—)
Mary Corsaut (about 1863—)
Mary Emma Corsaut (25 Nov 1860—Private)
Millicent Corsaut (about 1859—)
Moore Corsaut (about 1869—)
Robert B. Corsaut (about 1869—29 Mar 1880)
Robert John Corsaut (6 May 1903—)
Sarah Corsaut (about 1864—)
Sarah Ann Corsaut (about 1875—)
Stephen Andrew Corsaut (about 1841—22 Feb 1905)
Thomas Corsaut (about 1867—)
Thomas Andrew Corsaut (19 Mar 1879—)
Thomas Henry Corsaut (about 1867—)
Thomas Needham Corsaut (25 Oct 1896—)
William Corsaut (about 1843—)
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