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RE: [STEER] Steer and Yonge
by Helen Walker
17 years, 6 months
Steer and Yonge
by Philip Steer
17 years, 6 months
Hamsteer's of means (1891 census).
by Michael Steer
17 years, 6 months
Re: Puslinch House
by Michael Steer
17 years, 6 months
STEER Robert and the HARRY LORREQUER to Australia.
by Tim van der Poel
17 years, 6 months
STEER 1891 Newton Ferrers
by Michael Steer
17 years, 6 months
1891 Census
by Michael Steer
17 years, 6 months
Current value of old money
by Michael Steer
17 years, 6 months
STEER on 1821 census
by jack steer
17 years, 6 months
Re: [STEER] Found -Thomas Frederick Steer
by jack steer
17 years, 6 months
STEER to New Zealand
by jack steer
17 years, 6 months
Re: [STEER] Stewer of Sandford (nr Crediton, Devon)
by Warwick Brown
17 years, 6 months
Cornelius STEER, surgeon 1706
by jack steer
17 years, 6 months
John STEER, Loddiswell 1743
by jack steer
17 years, 6 months
Marianne Steer
by rebecca steer
17 years, 6 months
Re: [STEER] Mary Ann Steer - 2
by jack steer
17 years, 6 months
Found -Thomas Frederick Steer
by List user
17 years, 6 months
Lamble, Bovey Tracey.
by Michael Steer
17 years, 6 months
Esture
by Michael Steer
17 years, 6 months
Steer Point Quarry
by Michael Steer
17 years, 6 months
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