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STEER and STURE in Torquay
by jack steer
17 years, 8 months
Derbyshire & South Yorkshire Steers
by kay.feltham
17 years, 8 months
Alfred George Steer m. Jessie Speare 1902, Ashburton, Devon
by List user
17 years, 8 months
STERRE or STORRE of Seaton
by jack steer
17 years, 8 months
Re: [STEER] Steer connections from Northampton via London to Yorkshire & Australia
by jack steer
17 years, 8 months
STEER in Dodbrooke
by jack steer
17 years, 8 months
GENUKI FHN.
by Michael Steer
17 years, 8 months
Re: [STEER] Still looking for family
by jack steer
17 years, 8 months
Steers
by Dorothy Steers
17 years, 8 months
Steer in Moreleigh and Aveton Gifford
by Philip Steer
17 years, 8 months
From the Missing Links List
by Michael Steer
17 years, 8 months
Robert Steer
by Philip Steer
17 years, 8 months
STEER/GRILLS/WILLIAMS and Ashprington
by jack steer
17 years, 8 months
STEER Quakers?
by jack steer
17 years, 8 months
STEER snippets
by jack steer
17 years, 8 months
Food for Hamsters
by Michael Steer
17 years, 8 months
Newfoundland & Dartmouth 1825
by Michael Steer
17 years, 8 months
Oldest Steer?
by Michael Steer
17 years, 8 months
1901 census
by jack steer
17 years, 8 months
19th century Devon demographics
by Michael Steer
17 years, 8 months
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