Persons with the Surname 'Ford'

The Ford Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'F630'

52 individuals have the surname 'Ford'.

Herbert Irwin Ford (about 1880—)
Alice Pearl Ford (20 Sep 1902—)
Allen Ford (Mar 1906—)
Aneta Malvina Ford (10 May 1888—)
Ann Jane Ford (about 1872—)
Charles Christopher Ford (6 Mar 1876—)
Clifford Ford (Aug 1905—)
Eliza A. Ford (24 Jul 1862—)
Eliza J. Ford (—)
Elmer Ford (about 1869—)
Emily Ford (6 Nov 1840—)
Enos Arms Ford (22 Feb 1877—)
Evalena Ford (19 Dec 1884—Private)
Florence Emma Ford (26 Jan 1912—)
Floride E. Ford (25 Feb 1896—)
Frances Ford (13 Aug 1830—)
Frances Luella Ford (between 1866 and 1876—)
Frederick Ford (about 1887—)
Frederick William Ralph Ford (16 Feb 1900—)
Gordon H. Ford (19 May 1900—)
Hazel Ford (27 Feb 1898—)
Henrietta Ford (between 1805 and 1837—)
Henry Ford (—)
James Ford (about 1883—)
James E. Ford (8 Jan 1865—)
Jesse Ford (—)
Jessie Ford (9 Jun 1895—)
John Ford (1798—1870)
John Ford (about 1799—)
John Ford (about 1873—)
John James Ford (about 1853—)
Laura Ford (about 1856—)
Margaret Ford (1849—1888)
Margaret E. Ford (about Dec 1890—)
Martha Ford (1 May 1831—8 Aug 1913)
Minnie Gertrude Ford (20 Jan 1910—)
Pearl Ford (10 Jun 1895—)
Phoebe J. Ford (29 Jan 1898—)
Sarah "sadie" Ford (Jul 1902—)
Susan Ford (about 1853—)
Thomas Ford (about 1860—)
William Ford (—)
William Ford (about 1838—)
William Ford (about 1858—)
William H. Ford (about 1847—)
William John Ford (12 May 1870—)
Winnefred Ford (26 Jun 1890—)
Mary Ford (—)
Margaret Ford (about 1889—)
Altha Ford (18 Apr 1861—)
Nellie M. Ford (1898—1945)
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