Persons with the Surname 'Hoover'

The Hoover Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'H160'

43 individuals have the surname 'Hoover'.

Ann Hoover (about 1835—between 1877 and 1880)
Ann Hoover (about 1843—29 Aug 1880)
Antoinette Hoover (1870—1871)
Arnold I. Hoover (1882—)
Benjamin Colborne Hoover (5 Apr 1871—Private)
Benjamin Franklin Hoover (15 Oct 1903—)
Caroline Hoover (7 Jul 1846—)
Catherine Hoover (27 Jul 1849—)
Charles Frederick Hoover (24 Jun 1890—15 Jan 1891)
Christopher John Hoover (5 Jul 1841—)
Clara A. Hoover (18 Jan 1879—)
D. William Hoover (1871—1877)
David Hoover (4 May 1806—9 May 1870)
David Leaman Hoover (6 Apr 1839—29 Jan 1903)
David Riley Hoover (1876—1877)
David Seeman Hoover (20 May 1885—)
Elizabeth Hoover (25 Nov 1836—)
Emily Celia Hoover (23 Apr 1883—Private)
Frederick A. Hoover (1885—)
Henry Hoover (about 1835—)
Hester Diana Hoover (1864—1937)
James Franklin Hoover (1880—Private)
Jane Hoover (about 1856—)
John Hoover (4 Mar 1829—)
Joseph A. Hoover (1873—1877)
Joseph Edward Hoover (19 May 1881—)
Joseph Ephraim Hoover (5 Dec 1842—)
Lydia Ann Hoover (20 May 1835—1838)
Lydia Jane Hoover (about 1849—16 Feb 1892)
Margaret Hoover (29 Jan 1807—12 Nov 1894)
Margaret Hoover (7 May 1850—)
Martha E. Hoover (1867—)
Mary Hoover (3 Sep 1831—)
Mary Hoover (1878—)
Mary Jane Hoover (11 Oct 1876—17 Apr 1948)
Menno Hoover (about 1860—)
Meno Arthur Hoover (14 Dec 1887—)
Phydelia Hoover (3 Dec 1851—)
Reuben N. Hoover (1869—)
Roy Hoover (25 Dec 1893—)
Samuel Hoover (25 Jan 1833—)
Susanna Hoover (about 1815—)
Susannah Hoover (14 Jun 1830—)
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