Persons with the Surname 'Jury'

The Jury Family Record

2005
Jury
J600

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1 individuals have the surname 'Jury'.

Adelaide Jury (about 1835—13 May 1910)
Alfred Jury (about 1858—)
Amos Hargrave Jury (8 Sep 1860—Private)
Annie A. Elizabeth Jury (6 Mar 1868—1942)
Annie Elizabeth Victoria Jury (11 Mar 1856—)
Bruce Mark Stanford Jury (29 Jun 1879—)
Charles Edward Jury (11 Jun 1875—)
Charlotte Irene Jury (8 Aug 1892—Private)
David Jury (22 Jul 1830—30 Mar 1913)
David Burley Herald Jury (19 Jul 1876—)
Edith Ann Jury (about 1865—)
Eliza Jane Jury (about 1862—2 Jun 1894)
Ellsworth W. Jury (about 1871—)
Emma Charlotte "Sibyl" Jury (14 Jun 1876—)
Estella Margaret Jury (11 Dec 1879—Private)
Evelin May Jury (about 1863—)
Hannah Jury (28 Jul 1812—7 Jan 1894)
James Lince Jury (20 Oct 1870—5 Nov 1870)
James Sherwood St.Clair Jury (9 Jul 1880—)
John Cephas Jury (29 Aug 1848—8 Sep 1928)
John W. Jury (20 Oct 1866—14 Oct 1932)
Jonas Jury (about 1831—)
Laura Maria Jury (23 Aug 1875—Private)
Lula Adelaide Jury (27 Nov 1868—8 Feb 1944)
Margaret L. Jury (about 1865—)
Maria Hannah Jury (29 Sep 1845—)
Marian Jury (about 1842—)
Martha Ida Jury (7 Feb 1874—)
Martha Sarah Jury (22 Aug 1853—13 Feb 1873)
Mildred M. L. Jury (about 1878—)
Ozias Burn Jury (29 Sep 1849—)
Rabena Jury (about 1837—)
Ruth M. Jury (14 Dec 1871—)
Sarah E. Jury (27 Sep 1868—25 Apr 1924)
Susannah Jury (about 1833—26 Oct 1857)
Thomas J. Jury (4 Nov 1844—19 Oct 1932)
Walter Henry Jury (9 Feb 1878—)
William Jury (about 1772—11 Jun 1865)
William Jury (about 1809—2 Aug 1890)
William Jury (about 1829—26 Aug 1889)
William German Jury (about 1868—)
William R. Jury (about 1867—)
William Rufus Jury (about 1840—)
William Wilfred Jury (1 Jul 1890—Private)
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