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Re: Thomas Frederick Steer
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Fw: UK Surnames Web Site
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A few STEER marriages - mostly Lancashire
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Missing mail
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STEER in Pennsylvania.
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Re: Elizabeth Cole who married a Steer
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Elizabeth Cole who married a Steer
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Re: [STEER] George STEER
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From Genuki News 28.1.2002
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George STEER
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George son of William and Agnes 1729-1733
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Steere, Levaton, Dartmoor, 1732.
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More Steere of Colliton, Devon
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Steere of Colliton, Devon (1590's)
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Steere, Aveton Gifford, 1810.
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Steere, Aveton Gifford.
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STEERE of Colliton, Devon 1590s
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1901 census- From Devon Libraries & Info Services
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James STEER and Elizabeth PARKER in Dartmouth.
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Two curious STEER references.
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