Persons with the Surname 'Trigger'

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Trigger
T626

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1 individuals have the surname 'Trigger'.

Alice Beatrice Trigger (17 Jun 1886—)
Alta Trigger (29 Aug 1883—)
Ann Trigger (25 Mar 1830—1859)
Caroline Trigger (about 1842—)
Caroline Lisila Trigger (25 May 1867—)
Charles Wesley Trigger (28 Dec 1862—Private)
Edith Trigger (1 Apr 1877—)
Edith Mary Trigger (30 Mar 1885—)
Elizabeth Trigger (18 Jun 1838—)
Ethel Amanda Trigger (30 Mar 1885—)
F. W. Trigger (about 1868—between 1871 and 1881)
George Trigger (about Aug 1870—7 Feb 1873)
George A. Trigger (7 Jun 1861—18 May 1867)
George Edgar Trigger (1 Nov 1874—)
Grace Irene Trigger (26 Feb 1899—)
Harriet Trigger (4 Nov 1844—21 Dec 1916)
Hazel Victoria Trigger (19 May 1907—Private)
Isabella Jane Trigger (12 May 1879—)
James Trigger (1775—)
James Trigger (about 1800—23 Apr 1874)
James Trigger (15 Aug 1834—22 Feb 1917)
James Lewis Trigger (15 Jun 1908—8 Sep 1908)
James William Trigger (13 Jun 1863—)
John Trigger (10 Sep 1832—31 May 1924)
John Dempster Trigger (10 Mar 1874—)
John Wesley Dodd Trigger (13 Jul 1908—Private)
Lillian Trigger (24 Jul 1876—)
Lucy Ann Trigger (10 Oct 1848—20 Feb 1908)
Margaret Trigger (8 Apr 1842—27 Mar 1888)
Margaret Ann Trigger (about 1868—)
Mary Ann Trigger (23 Oct 1871—23 Aug 1872)
Mary Evas Trigger (4 Mar 1872—)
Mary Lillian Trigger (24 Mar 1897—)
Norman Garfield Trigger (12 Mar 1900—Private)
Sarah Jane Trigger (about Dec 1835—)
Theodore C. Trigger (1867—Private)
Thomas Trigger (25 Nov 1851—9 Feb 1919)
Thomas Trigger (3 Nov 1873—)
Thomas B. Trigger (28 Mar 1870—1943)
Wellington Trigger (12 Feb 1881—)
Whilhelmina Trigger (24 Dec 1864—1 Jul 1894)
Wiliam Norton Trigger (28 Mar 1912—)
William Trigger (about Jan 1799—)
William Trigger (about Jan 1825—)
William Trigger (14 Feb 1836—20 Jan 1913)
William Henry Trigger (20 Oct 1881—Private)
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