Persons with the Surname 'York'

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York
Y620

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1 individuals have the surname 'York'.

Myrtle Alberta York (22 Jul 1887—)
Alferetta York (about 1853—)
Allie Jane York (12 Sep 1896—)
Alma E. York (about 1879—)
Alma E. York (about 1879—)
Annie L. York (about 1878—)
Basil York (about 1879—)
Bertha Jane York (4 Oct 1878—)
Bessie Beatrice York (8 Aug 1877—24 Aug 1891)
Boyd J. York (about Dec 1870—)
Burtlin Gregory York (about 1872—)
Cecil Earl York (1 Sep 1888—before 1891)
Clara York (about Aug 1870—)
David Fones York (1802—1855)
David Francis York (12 Jan 1872—)
Dennis York (between 1793 and 1835—between 1853 and 1870)
Dennis York (about 1817—27 Aug 1858)
Dennis York (about 1864—)
Edward James York (about 1840—)
Elizabeth J. York (about 1834—10 Dec 1870)
Evadne Sarah York (7 Nov 1893—)
Frederick York (1 Nov 1867—)
Grant Secord York (8 Jan 1894—)
James York (about 1812—)
James Younge York (4 Jan 1873—)
Jennie York (about 1874—)
John Jean York (about 1868—)
Laura Elizabeth York (24 Dec 1879—)
Lila E. York (about Jul 1880—)
Louis A. York (about 1869—)
Lucinda York (about 1872—)
Lucinda E. York (about 1842—)
Lucy Ann York (11 Sep 1840—)
Luther Llewellyn York (30 Sep 1869—1944)
Marshal York (about 1851—)
Mary York (about 1843—)
Mary York (17 Sep 1905—)
Mary E. York (about 1870—)
Mary Esther York (about 1836—)
Phoebe A. York (about 1844—)
Samantha Jane York (13 Nov 1860—10 Nov 1937)
Seth S. York (about 1848—12 Nov 1878)
William York (about 1838—)
William Albert York (27 Jul 1845—7 Sep 1895)
William Elme York (18 May 1890—)
William Henry York (about 1818—15 Nov 1907)
William Stephen York (24 May 1817—)
William Stephen York (9 Oct 1856—)
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