Persons with the Surname 'McNabb'

The McNabb Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'M251'

Surnames with the Same Pattern '^(ma?c)?N[aeo]b+$'

47 individuals have the surname 'McNabb'.

Agnes Kathleen McNabb (26 Mar 1901—Private)
Alexander McNabb (21 Aug 1836—16 Dec 1892)
Alexander McNabb (27 Jan 1883—)
Andrew McNabb (about 1810—1 Oct 1883)
Andrew McNabb (18 Sep 1844—20 Jan 1909)
Andrew McNabb (9 Mar 1871—)
Ann McNabb (—)
Archibald McNabb (between 1820 and 1830—19 Jan 1868)
Archibald McNabb (11 Oct 1864—)
Catherine McNabb (about 1888—)
Daniel McNabb (about 24 Sep 1884—6 Dec 1908)
Donald McNabb (15 Nov 1845—7 Aug 1920)
Donald McNabb (3 Oct 1874—)
Duncan McNabb (about 1816—)
Duncan McNabb (about 1839—)
Duncan McNabb (about 1865—)
Duncan A. McNabb (27 Aug 1852—20 Jul 1942)
Eliza McNabb (about 1807—1869)
McNabb (—)
Elizabeth McNabb (about 1850—)
Finlay McNabb (—)
Flora McNabb (27 Jan 1877—)
Grace McNabb (16 Apr 1873—)
Grace R. McNabb (9 Jan 1864—19 Apr 1913)
Hellen McNabb (9 Apr 1850—)
Isabella Nancy McNabb (about 1861—)
James Archibald McNabb (1 Jul 1905—Private)
Janet McNabb (about 1826—)
John McNabb (between 1790 and 1832—)
John McNabb (13 Feb 1875—)
John A. McNabb (25 May 1858—1932)
Lillian Marie McNabb (3 Nov 1903—)
Margaret Jean McNabb (7 Aug 1907—Private)
Marion Jessie McNabb (13 Nov 1909—)
Mary McNabb (10 Dec 1847—18 Apr 1923)
Mary McNabb (29 Jul 1868—Private)
Mungo McNabb (about 1855—)
Nancy McNabb (about 1853—)
Neil McNabb (21 Aug 1836—4 Jun 1884)
Neil McNabb (19 Mar 1877—)
Pearl A. McNabb (30 Dec 1900—)
Robert McNabb (about 1886—)
Russell A. McNabb (25 Feb 1898—)
Sarah McNabb (23 Mar 1873—18 Nov 1873)
Sarah Ann McNabb (1 Aug 1879—)
Unnameddaughter McNabb (27 Oct 1899—28 Oct 1899)
Janet McNabb (25 May 1839—)
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