People with the SOUNDEX code of W600

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1. Ware, Henry (Soundex). Born in: Born in: Unknown Lived at: 659 Stephenson
Occupation: Iron Worker Source: 1889 City Directory
2. Ware, James D. (Soundex). Born in: Born in: Unknown Lived at: 659 Stephenson
Occupation: Iron Worker Source: 1889 City Directory
3. Woehr, Fred (Soundex). Born in: Born in: Unknown Lived at: 10459 Corliss
Occupation: Occupation: None Source: 1916 Phone Book
4. Woehr, Fred (Soundex). Born in: Born in: Federal Republic of Germany Lived at: 10459 Corliss
Occupation: Machinist Railroad Source: 1920 Federal Census
5. Woehr, Mary (Soundex). Born in: Born in: United Kingdom (England) Lived at: 10459 Corliss
Occupation: Occupation: None Source: 1920 Federal Census
6. Woher, Fred (Soundex). Born in: Born in: Federal Republic of Germany Lived at: 10459 Corliss
Occupation: Finisher [Brass] Car Works: Pullman Palace Car Company Source: 1910 Federal Census
7. Woher, Mary (Soundex). Born in: Born in: United Kingdom (England) Lived at: 10459 Corliss
Occupation: Occupation: None Source: 1910 Federal Census
8. Wowra, Anna (Soundex). Born in: Born in: Federal Republic of Germany Lived at: 371 Morse Avenue
Occupation: Occupation: None Source: 1900 Federal Census
9. Wowra, Jno 4-1 pf 4 (Soundex). Born in: Born in: Federal Republic of Germany Lived at: 371 Morse Avenue
Occupation: Cabinetmaker Source: 1900 Federal Census
10. Wowra, John (Soundex). Born in: Born in: Unknown Lived at: Unknown Unknown
Occupation: Coremaker Union Foundry Source: 1883 City Directory
11. Wowra, Nellie (Soundex). Born in: Born in: Federal Republic of Germany Lived at: 371 Morse Avenue
Occupation: Clerk Department Store Source: 1900 Federal Census
12. Wowra, Victor (Soundex). Born in: Born in: Federal Republic of Germany Lived at: 371 Morse Avenue
Occupation: Painter Source: 1900 Federal Census

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