Persons with the Surname 'Milner'

The Milner Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'M456'

43 individuals have the surname 'Milner'.

Alice E. Milner (about 13 Jan 1889—25 Apr 1890)
Andrew Milner (about 1866—)
Bella M. Milner (31 Mar 1890—)
Charles Milner (16 Oct 1858—Private)
Charles Cecil Kirkby Milner (5 Jul 1883—17 Mar 1884)
Clara Milner (2 Dec 1888—)
David Thomas Milner (Mar 1911—)
David William Edgar Milner (5 Jul 1883—)
Edward Milner (about 1840—)
Edwin Lloyd Milner (7 Feb 1907—)
Elizabeth Milner (about 1862—)
Frances A. Milner (12 Jul 1886—)
George Milner (25 Jan 1856—20 May 1916)
George Thompson Milner (about Sep 1859—20 Jan 1872)
George W. Milner (19 Jun 1900—)
Harriet Milner (6 Jan 1839—25 May 1915)
James Milner (about 1804—14 Sep 1884)
James Joseph Milner (about 22 Sep 1863—2 Feb 1891)
Jane Milner (about Nov 1744—)
Jane Milner (2 Jan 1843—1924)
Jennie Milner (13 Feb 1897—)
John Milner (between 1684 and 1726—)
John Milner (about 1832—15 Aug 1856)
John Milner (about 1842—4 Aug 1871)
John Milner (about 1861—18 Feb 1889)
John Wilfred Milner (26 Apr 1899—)
Joseph Milner (about 1828—17 May 1893)
Joseph Milner (about 1828—30 Nov 1882)
Lavina Milner (about 1882—)
Lavina A. Milner (1 May 1884—)
Mable E. Milner (9 May 1895—)
Peter Milner (12 Mar 1866—)
Raymond Ellis Milner (Aug 1909—)
Rebecca Milner (about 1863—)
Retta Gertrude Milner (23 Aug 1902—)
Robert Milner (about 1849—)
Sarah Milner (21 Aug 1834—13 Mar 1912)
Sarah Anne Milner (about 1860—19 Aug 1875)
Thomas Henry Milner (12 Mar 1866—)
Thomas Joseph Milner (1 Mar 1881—)
William Milner (about 1838—)
William Milner (about 1864—)
William Thomas Milner (8 Jul 1873—24 Mar 1925)
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