Persons with the Surname 'Treharne'

The Treharne Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'T650'

42 individuals have the surname 'Treharne'.

Albert Treharne (22 Sep 1869—)
Alice Treharne (2 Aug 1881—)
Alice Marinda Treharne (22 Sep 1870—)
Ann Treharne (about 1820—19 Mar 1893)
Catharine Treharne (15 Sep 1833—8 Feb 1918)
Catharine Treharne (Feb 1873—)
Clara Treharne (14 May 1879—)
David Treharne (18 Mar 1833—2 May 1920)
David Treharne (14 Jul 1863—13 Feb 1916)
David Albert Treharne (6 May 1877—1928)
David Ralph Treharne (11 Nov 1906—28 Sep 1907)
Elizabeth Treharne (24 May 1818—4 Feb 1903)
Erma Margaret Treharne (24 Sep 1905—)
Franklin Treharne (1 Mar 1882—)
Gordon Keith Treharne (7 Apr 1905—)
Hannah Treharne (—)
Hannah Treharne (7 Apr 1866—1946)
Isaac Treharne (21 May 1853—9 Nov 1927)
Janet Treharne (10 Jun 1824—22 Nov 1905)
John Treharne (about 1851—)
John Clement Treharne (about 31 Dec 1828—17 Feb 1909)
Laura J. Treharne (about 1859—8 May 1871)
Llewellyn Treharne (11 Aug 1871—)
Lottie May Treharne (16 Oct 1888—Private)
Lucinda Treharne (10 Oct 1858—)
Lucinda Treharne (9 Jul 1884—)
Margaret Treharne (about 1823—)
Margaret Treharne (20 Jul 1867—Private)
Margaret Treharne (28 Jan 1875—1946)
Martha Treharne (15 Mar 1872—1921)
Mary Treharne (about 1861—)
Mary Treharne (7 May 1876—Private)
Rachel Treharne (30 Aug 1829—27 May 1911)
Samuel James Treharne (about 1854—)
Sarah Treharne (4 Oct 1866—)
Sarah L. Treharne (about May 1870—)
Selinda Treharne (9 Jul 1884—)
Thomas Treharne Sen. (about 1790—)
Thomas Treharne Jun. (14 Feb 1822—)
Thomas Albert Treharne (23 Mar 1861—)
Thomas W. Treharne (about 1863—)
William John Treharne (18 Nov 1870—Private)
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