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Fw: Nicholas John Steer 1830
by John Steer
16 years, 3 months
STEAR, High Bickington, Devon
by Michael Steer
16 years, 3 months
Re: [STEER] Steer-Beer
by Michael Steer
16 years, 3 months
Piddinghoe, Sussex STEER family
by Moray Pallett
16 years, 3 months
Steer-Beer
by Michael Steer
16 years, 3 months
STEER(S) brick wall
by Mary Longman
16 years, 3 months
Certificates
by List user
16 years, 3 months
A Strange 1851 Census Entry
by John Steer
16 years, 3 months
George Sture of Hendham
by George Steer
16 years, 3 months
Modbury
by Philip Steer
16 years, 3 months
Sture at Ugborough and North Huish
by Philip Steer
16 years, 3 months
Modbury Registers
by Philip Steer
16 years, 3 months
Re: [STEER] FRC - Birth, Marriage and Death Indexes
by John Steer
16 years, 3 months
Steer's Field, Ranmore, Nr Dorking
by John Steer
16 years, 3 months
Thomas Steer born Felbridge/East Grinstead
by John Steer
16 years, 3 months
George Sture and his descendants
by Philip Steer
16 years, 3 months
John STEER, Crowhurst, Surrey
by Judith Thomas
16 years, 3 months
Re: [STEER] Steer in Modbury
by John Steer
16 years, 3 months
Steer in Modbury
by Philip Steer
16 years, 3 months
James Steer, St Just, Cornwall
by John Steer
16 years, 3 months
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