Persons with the Surname 'Sells'

The Sells Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'S420'

46 individuals have the surname 'Sells'.

Abraham Sells (—)
Abraham Sells (about 1797—21 Sep 1864)
Almeda Sells (8 Apr 1825—16 Feb 1914)
Ann Sells (about 1846—)
Benjamin David Sells (20 Feb 1849—1931)
Bert Sells (9 Oct 1874—)
Catherine Sells (about 1841—)
Charles Sells (about 1851—before 1861)
Charles W. Sells (about 1868—)
Claude Sells (18 Aug 1899—)
Cynthia Sells (about 1837—)
David Sells (about 12 Feb 1824—15 Dec 1903)
David Clinton Sells (30 Sep 1902—Private)
David Henry Sells (10 Oct 1872—29 Mar 1938)
David Hugh Sells (6 May 1871—Private)
Edith Sells (2 Mar 1914—2 Mar 1914)
Elizabeth Sells (about 1834—)
Elizabeth Arletta Sells (8 Mar 1899—Private)
Gertrude "Gertie" Sells (15 Jan 1898—Private)
Hazel Irene Sells (23 Jun 1911—20 Jul 1911)
Ira Clinton Sells (25 Feb 1899—Private)
Isabella Sells (about 1843—)
Isabella Margaret Sells (9 Aug 1846—16 Jun 1918)
John Sells (about 1845—)
John Aldrich Sells (4 May 1851—20 Apr 1917)
Joseph Alton Sells (9 Jun 1872—)
Lasilda Sells (about 1840—)
Laura Matilda Sells (6 Apr 1901—Private)
Lila Doretha Sells (3 Nov 1907—Private)
Margaret Sells (—)
Margaret Sells (about 1830—12 May 1904)
Margaret Elizabeth Sells (11 Apr 1909—)
Mary Sells (about 1809—)
Mary Ann Sells (about 1850—)
Mary Beatrice Sells (13 Oct 1903—Private)
Mary Louisa Sells (1 May 1906—1 Mar 1907)
Myrtle Sells (18 Feb 1898—)
Rosa Sells (10 Oct 1895—)
Samuel Sells (about 1846—1889)
Sarah Doretha "Dessie" Sells (26 Oct 1874—14 Apr 1922)
Thomas Sells (about 1849—)
William Sells (about 1842—)
William Thompson Sells (26 Oct 1874—)
Willie Sells (22 Sep 1902—21 Oct 1902)
Willie Benjamin Sells (5 Dec 1904—14 Sep 1905)
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