Persons with the Surname 'McNeice'

The McNeice Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'M252'

Surnames with the Same Pattern '^(ma?c)?N[eiy]+[cs]e?$'

44 individuals have the surname 'McNeice'.

? McNeice (between 1763 and 1799—)
Albert E. McNeice (15 May 1870—)
Ann McNeice (about 1817—)
Bella McNeice (about 1853—)
Benjamin Johnston McNeice (24 Dec 1871—)
Bertha McNeice (6 Mar 1884—1924)
Bruce Irwin McNeice (about Aug 1891—19 Apr 1893)
Caroline Elizabeth McNeice (6 Nov 1893—)
Ellen Elizabeth McNeice (9 Nov 1866—5 Oct 1925)
Emmy J. McNeice (about 1863—between 1889 and 1895)
Ernest Wilson McNeice (14 Apr 1890—)
Ethel McNeice (8 Sep 1887—)
Fannie McNeice (about 1876—)
Frederick McNeice (about 1856—)
George McNeice (about 1864—)
Harriet A. McNeice (about 1866—)
Henry Franklin McNeice (3 May 1854—)
Irvine McNeice (about 1864—)
James McNeice (about May 1823—19 Jan 1900)
James McNeice (6 Nov 1844—12 Feb 1883)
James McNeice (about 1860—)
Jessie McNeice (6 Oct 1886—)
John McNeice (about 1820—28 Aug 1888)
John C. McNeice (8 Apr 1868—)
John J. McNeice (about 1816—between 1881 and 1890)
John M. T. McNeice (about 1857—between 1861 and 1867)
Joseph McNeice (about 1869—)
Mabel H. McNeice (1 Apr 1887—)
Mariam McNeice (1 Jan 1862—29 Jul 1902)
Mary J. McNeice (about 1854—)
Melissa Ann McNeice (3 Jan 1874—)
Mildred McNeice (13 Jan 1896—)
Milton McNeice (14 Jun 1900—)
Norma McNeice (26 Jul 1898—)
Rebecca McNeice (about 1880—)
Samuel McNeice (5 Mar 1859—)
Thomas McNeice (about 1821—)
Thomas J. McNeice (about 1859—)
Thomas R. McNeice (about 1857—)
Thomas Robert McNeice (—11 Apr 1858)
Unnamedson McNeice (11 Jan 1876—25 Jan 1876)
William McNeice (about 1867—between 1871 and 1880)
William H. McNeice (about 1869—)
William Russell McNeice (17 Nov 1893—)
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