Persons with the Surname 'Wallace'

The Wallace Family Record

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Wallace
W420

Surnames with the Same Soundex 'W420'

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1 individuals have the surname 'Wallace'.

Margaret Jane Wallace (about 1872—)
Mary Wallace (—)
Jane Wallace (—)
Rebecca Wallace (—)
Alexander Wallace (—)
Alexander Holcombe Wallace (1832—1896)
Anna Wallace (about 1859—)
Chester Llewellyn Wallace (18 Apr 1887—29 Mar 1941)
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David John Wallace (between 1890 and 1952—)
Elizabeth Wallace (—)
Elizabeth Wallace (about 1804—)
Elizabeth Wallace (about 1835—30 Oct 1897)
Elizabeth Wallace (about 1858—)
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Esther Jane Wallace (about 1846—)
Frederick Lester Wallace (4 Jun 1910—)
Georgeann Wallace (Dec 1855—1932)
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Isaac Wallace (—)
James Wallace (—)
James Wallace (about 1827—between 1862 and 1863)
James Wallace (15 Jul 1862—16 May 1914)
James Earl Wallace (19 Apr 1893—Private)
Jane Wallace (—)
Jane Wallace (22 Jun 1841—1921)
Jane Wallace (about 1856—)
Jane Wallace (3 Oct 1859—1941)
Jane Eliza Wallace (1 May 1844—)
John Wallace (between 1786 and 1828—)
John Wallace (about 1847—)
John David Wallace (1798—1852)
Kate Humphreys Wallace (5 Dec 1880—)
Margaret Wallace (between 1775 and 1807—)
Margaret Isabella Wallace (6 Feb 1864—)
Margery Ann Wallace (22 Mar 1858—1935)
Mary Wallace (1831—)
Mary E. Wallace (14 Apr 1835—2 Jun 1923)
Micah Hamilton Wallace (25 May 1889—)
Richard Wallace (30 Jan 1847—1 Nov 1918)
Robert Wallace (about 1825—)
Robert Wallace (about 1860—)
Robert Bruce Wallace (about 1837—)
Robert Bruce Wallace (Feb 1876—)
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Stanley Clinton Wallace (28 Sep 1901—)
Thomas Wallace (—)
Unnameddaughter Wallace (10 Apr 1877—10 Apr 1877)
William Wallace (about 1878—)
William Hilton Wallace (20 Mar 1886—)
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