Persons with the Surname 'Stewardson'

The Stewardson Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'S363'

41 individuals have the surname 'Stewardson'.

Ann Jane Stewardson (about 1859—5 Feb 1876)
Emma Alice Stewardson (29 Sep 1869—)
Frances Stewardson (about 1834—)
George Stewardson (about 1854—25 Mar 1889)
John Stewardson (about 1829—)
John J. Stewardson (10 Jul 1853—)
Margaret Stewardson (about 1862—12 Oct 1879)
Martha Stewardson (about 1864—)
Samuel Stewardson (about 1857—)
Ellen Elizabeth Stewardson (18 May 1875—)
Ann Stewardson (about 1807—)
Anson Stewardson (10 Mar 1870—)
Charles Stewardson (about 1885—)
Cora Bella Stewardson (13 Jul 1897—)
Cora Blanche Stewardson (19 Oct 1911—)
Edgar Stewardson (about 1887—)
Emma Stewardson (3 Apr 1899—)
Henry T. C. Stewardson (Mar 1906—)
Herbert Sidney Stewardson (29 Sep 1902—)
James Stewardson (about 1795—)
John Stewardson (—)
John A. Stewardson (about 1916—)
John Thomas Stewardson (about 1862—)
Joseph S. Stewardson (about 1871—)
Laura Ann Stewardson (6 Jul 1895—)
Martha Florence Stewardson (1 Sep 1891—)
Mary Jane Stewardson (about 1860—)
Mary M Stewardson (25 Apr 1861—14 May 1930)
Rena Mary Stewardson (23 May 1910—)
Robert J. Stewardson (Sep 1864—)
Samuel Stewardson (about 1822—17 May 1871)
Samuel Stewardson (about 1858—)
Sarah Ann Stewardson (24 Feb 1874—)
Sarah Fanny Elizabeth Stewardson (about 1868—4 May 1897)
Sydney Stewardson (3 May 1868—17 May 1937)
Thomas Stewardson (8 Mar 1824—)
Thomas Stewardson (about 1856—)
Thomas Loyd Stewardson (6 Jul 1895—)
William Stewardson (about 1865—)
William Alfred Stewardson (29 Sep 1889—)
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