Persons with the Surname 'McLaughlin'

The McLaughlin Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'M242'

Surnames with the Same Pattern '^(ma?c)?[cghk]*L[aeiou]+[cg]hl[aei]+n$'

45 individuals have the surname 'McLaughlin'.

Margaret McLaughlin (16 Aug 1846—1910)
Margaret McLaughlin (5 Jan 1851—)
Sarah McLaughlin (about 1847—)
McLaughlin (—)
Archibald McLaughlin (—)
Archibald McLaughlin (about 1807—)
Archibald McLaughlin (about 1836—)
Archibald McLaughlin (about 1843—)
Arthur M. McLaughlin (Jan 1872—)
Barbara McLaughlin (about 1888—)
Betsy McLaughlin (2 May 1846—)
Catherine McLaughlin (—)
Catherine McLaughlin (about 1847—3 Feb 1919)
Duncan McLaughlin (—)
Duncan McLaughlin (about 1839—)
Edward McLaughlin (between 1806 and 1848—)
Edwin McLaughlin (about 1855—)
Eliza McLaughlin (about 1853—)
Emma McLaughlin (25 Dec 1858—)
Isabella McLaughlin (about 1840—18 Apr 1926)
Isabella McLaughlin (about 1849—)
James McLaughlin (about 1848—)
James Fraser McLaughlin (about 1857—)
James William McLaughlin (Feb 1899—)
Janet "Jessie" McLaughlin (about 1834—)
Jennie McLaughlin (1 Mar 1874—Private)
John McLaughlin (—)
John McLaughlin (—)
John McLaughlin (—)
John McLaughlin (about 1812—)
Joseph McLaughlin (about 1849—)
Kal McLaughlin (—)
Malcolm McLaughlin (about 1843—)
Margaret Catharine McLaughlin (about 1853—)
Mary McLaughlin (about 1834—)
Mary McLaughlin (4 Jul 1865—)
Nancy McLaughlin (about 1820—29 Apr 1887)
Neil McLaughlin (about 1818—)
Sarah McLaughlin (about 1831—between 1866 and 1870)
Sarah Annie McLaughlin (Nov 1900—)
Sarah Crayton McLaughlin (about 1866—between 1891 and 1900)
Thomas McLaughlin (—)
William McLaughlin (—)
William McLaughlin (between 1811 and 1853—)
Jessie McLaughlin (about 1857—1949)
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