Persons with the Surname 'Harding'

The Harding Family Record

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Harding
H635

Surnames with the Same Soundex 'H635'


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1 individuals have the surname 'Harding'.

Agnes Mary Harding (23 Apr 1889—)
Alexander Stewart Harding (Apr 1872—Private)
Alice Mary Harding (1872—17 May 1907)
Ama Harding (1874—)
Ann Harding (16 Jul 1817—7 Jun 1891)
Ann Harding (about 1851—)
Arthur Fremon Harding (25 Jul 1881—before 1891)
Bentinck Harding (about 1838—)
Caleb Harding (—)
Caroline Harding (about 1861—18 Feb 1909)
Charles Edward Harding (11 Sep 1860—)
Charles R. Harding (20 Dec 1887—)
Earl Alexander Harding (11 Jul 1910—)
Elijah Daniel Harding (in Q3 1868—)
Elizabeth Harding (about 1779—11 Jul 1872)
Elizabeth Harding (about 1843—)
Elmer W. Harding (20 Feb 1895—)
Emaline Harding (1 Jan 1872—)
Emma Gracey Harding (25 Aug 1884—)
Erastus Harding (between 1801 and 1843—)
Francis Harding (about 1845—)
Francis Harding (about 1869—)
Frederick Harding (about 1849—)
Frederick Harding (9 Sep 1866—)
Frederick Harding (11 Sep 1881—)
Frederick Thomas Harding (20 Jan 1876—)
Frederick V. Harding (21 Feb 1893—)
Grenville William J. Harding (31 Oct 1906—)
Hannah Elizabeth Harding (about 1872—)
Heber Steadman Harding (12 Oct 1890—29 Jul 1891)
Henry Gordon Harding (14 Jun 1890—)
Isiah Harding (about 1849—)
James Harding (about 1841—)
James Harold Harding (2 Aug 1900—)
Jane Harding (about 1842—23 May 1923)
Jane Harding (about 1848—)
John Bentinck Harding (19 Feb 1870—)
Julia Harding (about 1839—)
Laura Stella Harding (29 Jan 1897—)
Letitia Harding (about 1859—)
Lillian Maude Harding (6 Sep 1908—12 Jun 1909)
Lottie P. Harding (about 1876—)
Louisa Ruth Harding (24 Oct 1884—)
Margaret Harding (—)
Marvin Bond Harding (25 Feb 1912—)
Mary Harding (about 1837—)
Mary G. Harding (20 Sep 1899—)
Nathaniel Harding (about 1858—)
Penrose Harding (about 1840—)
Percival M. Harding (23 Apr 1885—)
Philip Harding (about 1811—about 1859)
Philip Anderson Harding (27 Oct 1853—1932)
Rachael Harding (about 1830—16 Jan 1912)
Richard Harding (about 1844—)
Richard C. Harding (29 Jan 1897—)
Richard Henry Harding (about 1861—)
Roy C. Harding (10 Aug 1899—)
Russel H. Harding (23 Apr 1893—)
Samuel Harding (about 1856—)
Samuel Wilfred Harding (23 Mar 1897—)
Thomas Morley Harding (9 Sep 1892—)
Willa Ray Harding (9 Jul 1887—)
William Bentinck Harding (about 1815—)
William Bentinck Harding (about 1859—)
William John Harding (Mar 1905—)
William Robert Harding (about 1834—)
William Robert Harding (4 Jun 1890—)
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