Persons with the Surname 'Deadman'

The Deadman Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'D500'

38 individuals have the surname 'Deadman'.

Abdiel George Deadman (13 Apr 1821—11 Sep 1911)
Albert Edward Deadman (about 1852—4 Oct 1876)
Alfred Deadman (3 Jan 1860—1 Jun 1905)
Alice M. Deadman (about 1860—24 May 1881)
Allan Deadman (26 Aug 1904—19 Apr 1923)
Arthur William Deadman (about 1816—21 Jul 1866)
Charles Deadman (1851—1877)
Charles Arthur Deadman (5 Sep 1891—Private)
Cora Jane Deadman (12 Dec 1879—)
Earl Deadman (about 1907—6 Nov 1909)
Edward Deadman (18 Apr 1846—)
Emmerson Deadman (10 Jul 1875—27 Jan 1881)
Fanny Deadman (about 1863—)
Frederick William Deadman (25 Dec 1853—)
George Deadman (about 1853—)
Glen Roy Deadman (23 Sep 1881—24 Jan 1882)
Henry Bruce Deadman (10 Sep 1876—)
Henry John Deadman (about 1813—4 Feb 1890)
John Deadman (between 1761 and 1803—)
John Deadman (1849—1877)
Joseph A. Deadman (27 Sep 1877—)
Julia Susannah Deadman (about 1852—)
Katherine N. Deadman (24 Nov 1848—23 Apr 1934)
Lawrence Deadman (about 1879—25 Feb 1920)
Lilly May Deadman (3 Apr 1903—)
Lorne Henry Deadman (about Mar 1916—27 Feb 1920)
Lucy Deadman (about 1843—)
Mable Pearl Deadman (25 Feb 1910—29 Feb 1920)
Mary Elizabeth Deadman (21 Jun 1852—9 Dec 1948)
Mary Ellen Deadman (14 Apr 1855—25 May 1914)
Roland Deadman (21 Sep 1911—)
Roy Emerson Deadman (26 Jan 1902—)
Thelma Deadman (Oct 1910—)
Verna Deadman (11 Jun 1906—)
William Clifford Deadman (16 May 1883—)
William Ernest Deadman (30 Jan 1874—28 Jan 1881)
William Henry Deadman (31 Dec 1847—9 Apr 1919)
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