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Michael Steer England to Missouri
by Betty-Anne Juba
17 years
Jack
by Dean Steer
17 years
Fwd: [STEER] Steer and Pettigrew
by Tim van der Poel
17 years
Jack Steer's progress.
by George Steer
17 years
Henry2 or should it be James?
by List user
17 years
Jack Steer's progress.
by Phylaron Zirkle
17 years
Re: [STEER] Steer and Pettigrew 1881 census info
by David & Jennie Smith
17 years
Jack
by P.B and Mrs J.C Edwards
17 years
RE: [STEER] Re: Jack - our fearless leader
by sara
17 years
Jack Steer
by Michael Steer
17 years
Re: [STEER] Re: Jack - our fearless leader
by Kay Feltham
17 years
Steere 1600s Ockley > Rhode Island
by List user
17 years
Re: Jack - our fearless leader
by List user
17 years
Will - Humphrey Steare of Uffculme - 1659
by Philip Steer
17 years
Steer and Pettigrew
by Philip Steer
17 years
Malta Family History Site - Steer
by Stephen
17 years
1841 census
by Adrian
17 years
George Steer
by Barrie Steer & Evelyn Garzoli
17 years
Workhouse Web Site
by John Steer
17 years
John Steer, Crowhurst.
by Judy Thomas
17 years
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