Stewart Family History & Genealogy

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Stewart Last Name History & Origin

Updated Jan 11, 2022


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Famous People named Stewart

James Maitland STEWART (Movie Actor, more commonly known as "Jimmy Stewart") was born on 20 May 1908 in Indiana, Pennsylvania where his father owned a hardware store.  He died July 2, 1997 in Los Angeles, California.

Early Stewarts

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Stewart Death Records & Life Expectancy

The average age of a Stewart family member is 69.4 years old according to our database of 129,210 people with the last name Stewart that have a birth and death date listed.


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Joyce Harper-B commented on Feb 01, 2009
My GGF Fred David Stewart served in the Army in Europe during WWI in the 317th Infantry. We do not have a date, or any other information. Was hoping to discuss with other families who knew anyone from this unit from this war who might have info to exchange.
Jayden Stewart commented on Nov 18, 2013
You could never meet a woman who cared more for her family. Though I was young when she passed, I still remember the family holidays we all had at her home. I lived with my mother but spent the majority of my time, when not in school, at my grandmother's house. So, when it came down to time for holidays, I was always around to see everything get done. Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter; it didn't matter the holiday. If family could gather for it, we all did. Between my grandpa and her former husband she had seven children. Most of those children had children of their own. I was the youngest grandchild so I was always spoiled the most. I remember her always getting up before the sun rose on days where the family would come to start cooking and it all be done around 4pm or so. She made enough food to feed an army, which when all of us got together, we all resembled. These times were the happiest times of my childhood. Now at 21 I miss them dearly. RIP Grandma.
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