Persons with the Surname 'McNair'

The McNair Family Record

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McNair
M256

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1 individuals have the surname 'McNair'.

Ada Marion McNair (1 Sep 1894—)
Agnes McNair (about 1860—)
Agnes Hellen McNair (about 1866—)
Agness Irene McNair (27 Oct 1899—)
Alan Young McNair (26 Feb 1893—)
Andrew McNair (8 Jun 1859—1943)
Andrew Allan McNair (19 Feb 1912—)
Anna Myrtle McNair (1 Oct 1896—)
Arthur Batie McNair (21 Oct 1894—)
Private
David McNair (about 1830—18 Mar 1882)
David A. McNair (27 Aug 1890—Private)
David Young McNair (9 Jun 1865—)
Elizabeth McNair (30 May 1887—16 Jun 1887)
Ethel McNair (15 Sep 1888—Private)
Flossie Viola McNair (27 Oct 1905—)
George McNair (9 Mar 1896—)
George Paxton Young McNair (4 Jun 1893—)
George T. McNair (about 1868—)
Gladys Cecile McNair (16 Apr 1906—Private)
Hazel Jean McNair (20 Apr 1899—)
James McNair (about 1828—1884)
James McNair (5 Sep 1859—1934)
James Clark McNair (25 Apr 1893—Private)
Jane McNair (about 1867—)
Jeannette McNair (about 1856—)
Rev. John McNair (18 Oct 1862—Private)
John Harold McNair (28 Jun 1902—Private)
John Rodgers McNair (20 Jun 1888—)
John Scott McNair (about 1862—)
Private
Margaret Clarke McNair (25 Mar 1870—20 Mar 1922)
Margaret Grace McNair (23 Mar 1894—9 Feb 1897)
Margaret Jane McNair (about 1835—between 1863 and 1870)
Margaret Jane McNair (26 Mar 1901—)
Margaret Lillian McNair (9 Jan 1887—)
Marion M. McNair (21 Sep 1898—)
Robert McNair (about 1857—)
Thomas Harold McNair (8 Jun 1893—13 Feb 1902)
Private
Walter Burgess McNair (15 Jul 1890—)
William Gordon McNair (13 Sep 1901—Private)
William Lyon McNair (about 1862—)
Sarah McNair (—)
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