Persons with the Surname 'Harkness'

The Harkness Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'H625'

39 individuals have the surname 'Harkness'.

Ada May Harkness (5 Sep 1889—)
Adam Harkness (3 Jul 1802—27 Nov 1877)
Adam Harkness (about 1838—)
Alexander Harkness (about 1825—16 Jul 1880)
Alexander Harkness (about 1846—)
Andrew Harkness (about 1797—5 Feb 1867)
Andrew Harkness (about 1833—)
Ann Harkness (about 1869—)
Charles Harkness (about 1853—)
Edmund Harkness (about 1860—)
Elisha Harkness (about 1860—)
Emma Ann Harkness (24 Sep 1869—)
Frances Harkness (about 1820—30 Jun 1878)
Harriet Harkness (about 1851—)
Isabella Harkness (19 Sep 1853—26 Sep 1932)
Jacob Harkness (about 1866—)
James B. Harkness (about 1853—)
Jane Harkness (about 1834—)
Jobse Harkness (about 1866—)
John Harkness (about 1814—)
John Harkness (about 1844—)
John McKay Harkness (4 Apr 1871—)
Joseph Scott Harkness (29 Mar 1842—5 Mar 1904)
Leo Alexander Harkness (19 Dec 1886—)
Margaret Harkness (between 1847 and 1879—)
Mary Harkness (about 1867—)
Mary Ann Cumming Harkness (2 Jul 1836—7 Feb 1889)
Rachel Sarah Harkness (about 1855—10 May 1891)
Rebecca Jane Harkness (25 Jan 1856—13 Apr 1888)
Robert Harkness (about 1838—between 1871 and 1880)
Samuel Harkness (between 1787 and 1829—)
Sarah Jane Harkness (22 Jul 1847—)
Thomas Harkness (—)
Thomas Harkness (about 1832—)
Walter Buchanan Harkness (about 1820—1883)
Walter Scott Harkness (6 May 1840—18 Jan 1918)
William Harkness (about 1790—between 1853 and 1860)
William G. Harkness (about 1858—)
William Henry Harkness (about Jul 1859—2 Oct 1894)
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