Persons with the Surname 'Sands'

The Sands Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'S532'

50 individuals have the surname 'Sands'.

Agnes Sands (3 Oct 1877—27 Feb 1877)
Ann Sands (about 1869—)
Ann Sands (about 1869—)
Ann Sands (5 Mar 1874—Private)
Anna Sands (14 Jan 1899—)
Annie J. Sands (about 1873—)
Arthur Richmond Sands (15 Mar 1879—1915)
Bessie F. Sands (12 Jan 1866—)
Bryce Sands (8 Jan 1891—)
Daniel Albert Sands (6 Mar 1880—Private)
David Sands (about 1797—8 Sep 1860)
David Sands (19 Dec 1834—24 Aug 1925)
David McDonald Sands (14 Apr 1881—24 May 1882)
David R. Sands (about Aug 1870—1 Jan 1873)
David Richmond Sands (7 Apr 1883—)
David Stuart Sands (about 1865—)
Edwin Richmond Sands (8 Apr 1882—5 Oct 1882)
Elizabeth Sands (about 1841—)
Elmer Thomas Andrew Sands (10 Jun 1896—)
Frederick Donald Sands (18 Sep 1886—)
George Sands (18 Mar 1893—)
Harold E. Sands (11 Oct 1889—)
Harriet Sands (about 1860—)
Henry H. Sands (about 1853—)
James Sands (about 1845—10 Apr 1910)
Jane Sands (30 May 1835—24 Sep 1927)
John Sands (26 Jun 1841—23 Jun 1923)
John Sands (3 Sep 1847—)
John Sands (about 1848—)
John Howard Sands (23 Mar 1885—)
Joseph Sands (about 1853—)
Joseph Sands (28 Sep 1897—)
Leslie Sands (1 Nov 1897—)
Mabel Margaret Sands (20 Feb 1889—)
Margaret Sands (17 Sep 1840—28 Jul 1930)
Margaret Sands (about 1857—)
Margaret Helena Sands (3 Sep 1882—)
Margaret Hellen Sands (8 May 1869—)
Marvin Sands (7 Jul 1895—)
Mary Christina Sands (12 Feb 1879—)
Mary J. Sands (about 17 May 1872—5 Feb 1875)
Richard Sands (—)
Richmond Sands (7 Nov 1832—1 Jul 1876)
Richmond Henry Sands (12 Aug 1866—)
Robert Sands (about 1798—)
Robert Sands (about 1850—)
Robert Sands (about 1860—)
Sarah Sands (7 Mar 1878—Private)
Silas Wesley Sands (24 Feb 1888—Private)
William Sands (about 1843—)
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