Persons with the Surname 'Plain'

The Plain Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'P450'

51 individuals have the surname 'Plain'.

Alice Maud Plain (16 Mar 1883—1946)
Andrew James Plain (23 Oct 1886—Private)
Ann Jane Plain (17 May 1881—)
Annie Jane Plain (3 Jan 1895—)
Charlotte Plain (2 Jan 1873—)
Christina Ann Plain (about 1852—)
Christina Mary Plain (7 Jun 1867—1945)
Duncan Leroy Plain (21 Jun 1900—)
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Plain (30 Nov 1872—17 Nov 1905)
Francis Edward Plain (6 Apr 1898—4 Apr 1921)
George Plain (28 Jan 1825—between 1911 and 1925)
George Plain (about 1861—)
George William Plain (27 May 1887—)
Gordon Stanley Plain (14 Feb 1894—Private)
Hannah Elizabeth Plain (about 1856—)
Harriet Plain (about 1849—)
James Plain (about 1810—31 Jul 1906)
James Henry Plain (16 Jan 1848—30 Dec 1930)
James Henry Plain (17 Jul 1879—)
Jemima Plain (20 Oct 1843—11 Mar 1933)
Jennie G. Plain (May 1901—)
John Plain (about 1838—)
John Plain (24 May 1871—26 Jun 1890)
John Edward Plain (8 Nov 1890—4 Sep 1893)
John Edward Plain (Jan 1910—)
John Richard Plain (8 Apr 1885—)
Leonard J. Plain (6 Apr 1891—)
Lucy Jane Fisher Plain (31 Aug 1873—Private)
Lydia Ann Plain (3 Mar 1853—22 Nov 1894)
Lydia Ann Plain (11 Mar 1859—Private)
Mary Plain (6 Feb 1842—29 Nov 1930)
Mary Ann Plain (about 1864—)
Mary Ellen Plain (29 Apr 1897—)
Matildia Jane Plain (24 Sep 1854—18 May 1944)
Rebecca Plain (30 Apr 1846—26 Feb 1939)
Robert Plain (3 Jun 1851—6 Dec 1912)
Robert Plain (20 Feb 1870—18 Dec 1836)
Robert Plain (about 1873—)
Robert H. Plain (Dec 1904—)
Robert Percel Plain (15 Dec 1895—)
Samuel Thomas Plain (23 Feb 1866—26 Nov 1904)
Sarah Maria "Ria" Plain (24 Sep 1854—25 Dec 1935)
Violet E. Plain (20 Nov 1894—)
Walter L. Plain (Mar 1906—)
William J. G. Plain (31 Aug 1898—Private)
William James Plain (about 1854—)
William Robert Plain (29 Jun 1884—Private)
Sarah Plain (about 1815—between 1841 and 1845)
Catherine Theresa Plain (about 1857—)
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