Persons with the Surname 'Pickering'

The Pickering Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'P265'

45 individuals have the surname 'Pickering'.

Olive Louella Pickering (13 Jan 1911—Private)
Alice Ann Pickering (16 Feb 1861—)
Sarah Hannah Pickering (24 May 1866—)
Harriet Ellen Pickering (13 Dec 1877—Private)
Ada Pickering (May 1902—)
Alverna Pickering (12 Mar 1880—)
Arthur Clifford Pickering (23 Jul 1897—)
Elizabeth Pickering (about 1805—)
Elizabeth Pickering (about 1859—)
Elizabeth Ann Pickering (about 1865—26 Jun 1890)
Ellen Pickering (10 Feb 1870—)
Francis Pickering (about 1876—)
George Pickering (about 1831—24 Jan 1901)
George Pickering (about 1868—)
George Pickering (23 Feb 1873—)
George Pickering (10 Apr 1914—)
Gordon Frederick Pickering (12 Nov 1912—10 Jan 1927)
Henry Pickering (about 1861—)
Henry Edgar Pickering (16 Jul 1882—11 Aug 1945)
Hilda Pickering (Dec 1908—)
James Pickering (12 Mar 1875—)
John Pickering (—)
John Pickering (about 1833—11 Jun 1903)
John Pickering (about 1862—)
John Pickering (15 May 1867—)
Marion Pickering (about 1872—)
Mary Pickering (15 Dec 1836—)
Mary Alice Pickering (Aug 1905—1945)
Mary E. Pickering (about 1860—)
Mary J. Pickering (about 1868—)
Mary Jane Pickering (4 Apr 1864—)
Melvin A. Pickering (29 Jan 1901—)
Robert Pickering (about 1838—)
Sarah Ann Pickering (19 May 1899—)
Susanna Pickering (3 Dec 1890—)
Thomas Pickering (about 1804—between 1862 and 1870)
Thomas Pickering (about 1858—)
Thomas Henry Pickering (9 Dec 1848—21 Dec 1920)
Vera Pickering (about 1889—)
William J. Pickering (19 Dec 1895—)
William Richard Pickering (13 Oct 1871—)
Ida Myrtle Pickering (1 Nov 1884—22 May 1910)
Marion Pickering (2 Nov 1882—Private)
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