Persons with the Surname 'Fraleigh'

The Fraleigh Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'F642'

42 individuals have the surname 'Fraleigh'.

Ida W. Fraleigh (1 Jan 1865—)
Arthur E. Fraleigh (about 1869—)
Benjamin Franklin Fraleigh (about 1849—7 Nov 1919)
Benjamin Franklin Fraleigh (29 Jun 1878—30 Jun 1878)
Catherine Fraleigh (about 1843—15 Jan 1874)
Charles Fraleigh (Oct 1906—)
Cyril Fraleigh (about 1860—)
Edgar Franklin Fraleigh (16 Apr 1868—9 Aug 1922)
Emily Maud Fraleigh (22 Jul 1875—)
Emmeline Jane Lauson Fraleigh (about 1870—)
Erastus Fraleigh (about 1858—before 1871)
Ethel Beatrice Fraleigh (23 Sep 1889—23 Nov 1892)
George Fraleigh (28 Dec 1835—)
George Arthur Fraleigh (10 Feb 1914—)
George Sidney Fraleigh (10 Jun 1874—)
Gordon Fraleigh (May 1903—)
Hazel May Fraleigh (14 Aug 1906—)
Henry Gordon Fraleigh (29 May 1898—)
Jacob Fraleigh (about 1803—7 Mar 1876)
John Fraleigh (about 1838—26 Aug 1864)
John Charles Fraleigh (17 Jul 1876—)
John Edgar Fraleigh (21 Feb 1895—)
Joseph Fraleigh (about 1839—10 May 1865)
Margaret Fraleigh (about 1833—4 May 1914)
Margaret Ann Fraleigh (6 Jul 1879—)
Margaret May Ellen Fraleigh (17 Jul 1898—)
Mary Ann Fraleigh (about 1831—3 Mar 1909)
Mattie Fraleigh (28 Oct 1892—28 Oct 1892)
Minnie H. Fraleigh (8 Oct 1867—9 Jun 1903)
Oscar William Fraleigh (about 1857—)
Richard Edward Fraleigh (4 Oct 1900—14 Feb 1901)
Robert Weldon Fraleigh (25 Jun 1897—)
Sidney Bruce Fraleigh (15 Oct 1902—)
Sidney Taylor Fraleigh (24 Jul 1872—)
Thomas Fraleigh (20 Nov 1837—)
Thomas Arthur Fraleigh (28 Feb 1897—)
Thomas Irvine Fraleigh (about 1872—)
William Arthur Fraleigh (18 Sep 1872—)
William Franklin Fraleigh (17 Dec 1907—)
William Henry Fraleigh (14 Nov 1858—6 May 1928)
William John Fraleigh (11 Sep 1893—)
Winnifred Rebecca Fraleigh (12 Dec 1893—)
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