Persons with the Surname 'Potter'

The Potter Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'P360'

53 individuals have the surname 'Potter'.

Lily Bell Potter (1 Jul 1891—)
Sarah Valeta Potter (24 Sep 1885—)
Laura Potter (about 1890—)
Albert Potter (about 1869—)
Annie Potter (30 Sep 1859—22 Jul 1945)
Benjamin Herbert Potter (—)
Bielby Potter (6 Aug 1819—8 Mar 1907)
Christian Potter (WFT estimate 1710—1741)
Eliza Potter (—)
Eliza Potter (about 1837—between 1841 and 1850)
Elizabeth Potter (about 1862—)
Elizabeth Mitchell Potter (6 Feb 1834—15 Jan 1906)
Ellen Potter (1840—)
Emma Potter (before 20 Mar 1836—)
George Potter (about 1808—22 Dec 1894)
George Potter (about 1852—)
George Edred Potter (about 1883—)
George Mitchell Potter (about 1848—)
George Williamson Potter (5 Feb 1872—)
Hannah E. Potter (about 1839—17 Sep 1895)
Helen Potter (1914—)
Helen Louisa Potter (Dec 1904—)
Henry Potter (about 1873—)
Ida Louisa Potter (5 May 1875—Private)
John Potter (between 1748 and 1790—)
John Potter (18 Feb 1862—)
John Potter (about 1867—)
John Robert Potter (10 Oct 1847—18 Feb 1924)
Levina Potter (11 Mar 1890—)
Lucy Potter (5 Feb 1885—)
Lydia Potter (about 1853—)
Mary Ann Potter (3 Oct 1870—)
Mary Ann Potter (Aug 1897—)
Mary Jane Potter (7 Aug 1878—)
Matthew Potter (8 Mar 1817—31 Mar 1904)
Melvin Bielby Potter (19 Jul 1893—)
Olive C. Potter (about 1877—)
Olive Nina Potter (8 Apr 1904—)
Oliver Potter (about 1839—)
Oliver James Potter (Jul 1901—)
Oran Potter (between 1792 and 1834—)
Randall C. C. Potter (about 1875—)
Robert B. Potter (14 Sep 1876—)
Roger Potter (—)
Roger Potter (5 Jan 1861—)
Sadie Potter (3 Jun 1884—Private)
Stephen Potter (6 Jul 1849—)
Syntha Potter (—)
William Potter (10 Oct 1851—)
William Potter (about 1862—)
William W. Potter (19 Oct 1895—)
Jane Ann Potter (16 Nov 1864—)
Catherine Potter (about 1856—)
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