Persons with the Surname 'Livingston'

The Livingston Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'L152'

44 individuals have the surname 'Livingston'.

Flora Livingston (about 1872—)
Alexander Livingston (about 1815—)
Alexander Livingston (about 1845—)
Alexander Livingston (about 1878—)
Alexander Livingston (23 Sep 1879—)
Alexander Allan Livingston (16 Sep 1887—)
Annie Livingston (31 Oct 1845—20 Jun 1878)
Annie Livingston (29 Sep 1848—29 Jan 1917)
Annie Livingston (26 Sep 1885—Private)
Archibald Livingston (about 1848—)
Archibald Alexander Livingston (11 Oct 1905—)
Catharine Livingston (about Oct 1826—7 Apr 1904)
Donald Livingston (about 1884—)
Dougald Livingston (about 1854—)
Duncan Livingston (—)
Duncan Livingston (about 1860—)
Duncan Livingston (15 Jun 1882—)
Effie Jane Livingston (21 Aug 1886—)
Euphemia Ann Livingston (about 24 Mar 1874—9 Sep 1895)
Infant Livingston (1884—1884)
Isabella Livingston (about 1865—)
Isabella Livingston (about 1880—)
Jane Livingston (about 1841—)
Jane Livingston (about 1868—)
Janet "Jessie" Livingston (1864—1936)
John Livingston (about 9 Mar 1827—6 Oct 1895)
John Livingston (20 Mar 1893—23 Nov 1896)
John Malcum Livingston (about Jul 1871—12 Oct 1873)
Malcolm Livingston (about Oct 1876—)
Malcolm Douglas Livingston (11 Oct 1913—)
Margaret Livingston (—)
Margaret Livingston (1 May 1839—13 Dec 1911)
Margaret Livingston (about 17 Sep 1866—14 Jan 1895)
Margaret Livingston (27 Dec 1890—)
Margaret A. Livingston (May 1884—)
Margaret Bell Livingston (4 May 1885—)
Mary Livingston (about 1852—)
Mary Livingston (about 10 Nov 1877—29 Mar 1881)
Mary M. Livingston (about 1813—12 Dec 1887)
Neil J. Livingston (10 Jun 1863—13 Feb 1915)
Neil W. Livingston (12 Jul 1843—19 Mar 1912)
Sarah Livingston (about 1812—)
Sarah Livingston (about 1850—)
Sarah Livingston (about 1875—)
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