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1851 Census in Surrey, England
by John Steer
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by Michael Steer
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Re: [STEER] Re: 1901 Census Another entry
by John Steer
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Re: 1901 Census Another entry
by George Blackamore
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Re: [STEER] 1901 Census Another Entry
by John Steer
16 years
1901 Census Entries in Kent, England
by John Steer
16 years
Continuing BT Problems
by John Steer
16 years
MARRIAGE of THOMAS FREDERICK STEER
by List user
16 years
Note for UK BT users
by John Steer
16 years
Dorman
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16 years
Re: Ernest D. Steer - Lanesville, Gloucester, MA
by List user
16 years
Ernest John Steer
by John Steer
16 years
RE: [STEER] GRO Birth Indexes 1837-1850
by Linley Hooper
16 years
FW: [STEER] Steer ladies
by Simon
16 years
Steer ladies
by Ian Steer
16 years
Re: [STEER] GRO Birth Indexes 1837-1850
by John Steer
16 years
GRO Birth Indexes 1845-1848
by John Steer
16 years
Re: Steer family
by Michael Steer
16 years
England GRO Marriage Indexes
by John Steer
16 years, 1 month
The Pages of Time
by John Steer
16 years, 1 month
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