Persons with the Surname 'Martin'

The Martin Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'M635'

Surnames with the Same Pattern '(Ma?c)?martin'

265 individuals have the surname 'Martin'.

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Sarah Martin (about 1876—)
Sarah Jane Martin (11 Apr 1881—)
Mary Ann Martin (about 1842—)
Eleanor Martin (about 1848—)
Eliza Ann Martin (about 1850—)
Lydia Martin (1 Feb 1868—Private)
Nancy J. Martin (—)
Mary Ann Martin (about 1832—)
Abigail Martin (12 Feb 1830—1909)
Abigail Maud Martin (—)
Adam Martin (—)
Addie Martin (14 Nov 1910—)
Alexander Martin (31 Jul 1845—)
Alice Martin (Feb 1909—)
Alice Pamilla Martin (21 Aug 1884—)
Alma J. Martin (about 1915—)
Alonzo Martin (about 1842—)
Amelia Martin (about 1868—)
Andrew Martin (about 1834—)
Andrew R. Martin (16 Jun 1892—)
Angeline Maud Martin (19 Jul 1892—)
Ann Martin (about 1853—)
Ann Martin (about 1873—)
Annie Martin (10 May 1905—13 May 1905)
Archibald Clifton Martin (15 Jul 1875—)
Arnold Roy Martin (5 Sep 1912—)
Arthur Alvin Martin (7 May 1878—)
Aubrey Mason Martin (22 May 1913—)
Audrey Elliott Martin (21 Aug 1908—)
Benjamin Martin (about 1848—)
Benjamin A. Martin (—)
Bessie Martin (about 1889—)
Bessie C. Martin (between 1885 and 1895—Private)
Bruce William Martin (6 Oct 1886—)
Caleb Martin (—)
Caroline Elizabeth Martin (16 Feb 1884—)
Carrie Marguerite Martin (10 Feb 1902—Private)
Catherine Martin (about 1886—)
Chancey Lewis Martin (6 Nov 1879—)
Charles Martin (about 1836—)
Charles Martin (10 Jan 1848—)
Charles Martin (6 Sep 1880—)
Charles Martin (18 Mar 1883—)
Charles A. Martin (24 Apr 1870—Private)
Charles S. Martin (26 Oct 1881—)
Chester Macfarlane Martin (26 Mar 1879—Private)
Clarissa Martin (—)
Clarissa Martin (about 1818—)
Clarissa Martin (about 1822—)
Daniel Martin (27 Mar 1877—)
Deborah Jane Enid Martin (20 Jan 1899—)
Dorothy Martin (Feb 1904—)
Ebeneser Edward Martin (about 1866—31 Oct 1899)
Edgar J. Martin (16 Feb 1886—)
Edith M. Martin (15 Apr 1892—)
Edna P. Martin (28 Apr 1898—)
Edward Ernest Martin (1 Mar 1875—14 Apr 1944)
Edwin James Martin (19 Feb 1864—Private)
Electa Ann Martin (17 Mar 1858—1940)
Elisabeth Martin (about 1875—)
Eliza Martin (about Apr 1817—)
Eliza Jane Martin (2 May 1857—)
Elizabeth Martin (—)
Elizabeth Martin (about 1828—)
Elizabeth Martin (about 1871—)
Ellen Mabel Martin (9 Sep 1897—)
Elmon Martin (Aug 1902—)
Elvy Margaret Martin (23 Apr 1914—)
Emily M. Martin (15 Jan 1875—Private)
Emma Martin (25 Oct 1857—)
Emma Martin (about 1879—)
Emma Jane Martin (4 May 1897—)
Emma L. Martin (29 May 1894—)
Ernest Martin (1871—Private)
Ethel Ardella Martin (12 Mar 1890—1945)
Ethel May Martin (8 May 1875—Private)
Eva Kathleen Martin (23 Nov 1908—)
Eva Loretta Martin (23 May 1894—)
Eva May Martin (21 Apr 1914—)
Florence Deborah Martin (29 Sep 1903—)
Flossy Alberta Martin (12 Jul 1881—Private)
Frances Martin (about 1856—before 1871)
Francis D. Martin (about 1824—)
Francis D. Martin (9 Oct 1878—)
Frank Martin (20 Mar 1887—29 Aug 1938)
Frank Russell Martin (21 Sep 1888—)
George Martin (—)
George Martin (about 1804—)
George Herbert Martin (23 Nov 1869—)
George W. Martin (18 Sep 1871—)
George W. Martin (15 Dec 1898—)
George William Martin (20 Jan 1867—24 May 1881)
Gilbert Russell Martin (24 Jan 1871—)
Gladys Shipley Martin (5 Apr 1904—)
Grant William Albert Martin (26 Feb 1915—)
Grietje Martin (9 Jun 1754—1819)
Hannah Martin (—)
Hannah Martin (about 1847—)
Hannah Mariah Martin (about 1849—)
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