Persons with the Surname 'Courtis'

The Courtis Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'C632'

40 individuals have the surname 'Courtis'.

? Husbandofblanchetuckey Courtis (between 1912 and 1922—)
Albert Richard Courtis (Jan 1874—)
Alice Leila Courtis (30 Oct 1895—)
Ann Maria Courtis (about 1862—)
Annie Eliza Courtis (22 Jul 1913—)
Annie Elizabeth Courtis (22 Apr 1876—Private)
Bessie Harriet Courtis (22 Sep 1903—)
Cameron Oliver Courtis (18 Aug 1913—)
Clara Courtis (about 1870—)
Clara Estelle Courtis (24 Sep 1899—Private)
Dianna M. Courtis (1842—5 Sep 1865)
Elizabeth Courtis (1 Mar 1852—14 Apr 1894)
Elizabeth Courtis (about 1861—)
Ellen Alfreida Courtis (24 Dec 1904—)
Elsie Lucinda Courtis (May 1906—)
Hannah M. Courtis (Jul 1902—)
Ida H. Courtis (about 1869—)
John Courtis (1807—3 Apr 1867)
John Courtis (about 1832—)
John Courtis (about 1832—)
John Courtis (28 Jun 1865—1 Feb 1937)
John Courtis (about 1871—)
John A. H. Courtis (25 Nov 1893—)
Julina Courtis (22 Sep 1863—22 Dec 1929)
Lucy Ann Courtis (1 Nov 1869—1914)
Mary A. Courtis (about 1840—)
Mary Lizetta Courtis (15 Feb 1903—)
Mary Maria Courtis (21 Feb 1861—)
Matilda Jane Courtis (18 Feb 1860—)
Muriel Elizabeth Courtis (3 may1896—Private)
Norman Henry Courtis (17 Jul 1883—Private)
Reba C. Courtis (22 Sep 1897—)
Richard John Courtis (7 Sep 1834—7 Jan 1872)
Robert Bray Courtis (5 Feb 1848—13 Jan 1917)
Thomas Courtis (1844—23 Oct 1866)
Thomas William Courtis (28 Oct 1866—1932)
William Courtis (1 Jun 1838—17 Nov 1919)
William Courtis (about 1876—)
William Skuse Courtis (22 Mar 1898—Private)
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