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A few STEER marriages
by jack steer
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STARR in Kent and New England.
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Re: [STEER] STEER from Kingsbridge, Devon
by jack steer
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The missing book!
by rebecca steer
17 years
Badtrans B@mm
by jack steer
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STURE Heraldry
by Michael Steer
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STEER authors
by Michael Steer
17 years
Re: [STEER] STEER from Kingsbridge, Devon
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George STEER 1851 census lookup - Please
by anitamcneil
17 years
George Muller #284
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STEER from Kingsbridge, Devon, England
by Nick Gread
17 years
Steer, Brighton
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Woking, Surrey STEER entries on 1861 census.
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Re: [STEER] Godstone, Surrey - new lister and research names
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New Member
by Peter Steer
17 years
Re: [STEER] Where's William?
by jack steer
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Chelsea in 1901.
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1901 Census Transcriptions of Images
by John Steer
17 years
Alwyn Turpin Steer - A coincidence!
by rebecca steer
17 years
New Lister and research names
by anitamcneil
17 years
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