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Re: [STEER] bertie charles steer
by Jon and Sue Steer
13 years, 8 months
RIDGERS Matthew Batten v RIDGERS Mary Ann b Steer
by howandmad.t21@btinternet.com
13 years, 8 months
Henry Scotia Steer
by William Highley
13 years, 8 months
John Steer of Limpsfield born 22.05.1748 died 29.07.1810
by Gordon Steer
13 years, 8 months
John Steer of Limpsfield born 22.05.1748 died 29.07.1810
by Gordon Steer
13 years, 8 months
Elizabeth Steer m John Boylett 6 oct 1849
by List user
13 years, 8 months
STEER master mariners from Croydon to Australia
by Jack Steer
13 years, 8 months
bertie charles steer
by List user
13 years, 8 months
Re: [STEER] Blind basket maker, grandson of Orange
by Jack Steer
13 years, 8 months
Blind basket maker, grandson of Orange
by Jack Steer
13 years, 8 months
A famous Steere
by Stephen
13 years, 8 months
Re: [STEER] STEER family of Crediton
by vt
13 years, 8 months
Re: [STEER] STEER family of Crediton
by Jack Steer
13 years, 8 months
STEER family of Crediton
by Melanie Steer
13 years, 8 months
Re: [STEER] Edward STEER/Lucy WOOD/Amelia LOVELAND
by Jack Steer
13 years, 8 months
RE: [STEER] Edward STEER/Lucy WOOD/Amelia LOVELAND
by margaret wilkinson
13 years, 8 months
RE: [STEER] Edward STEER/Lucy WOOD/Amelia LOVELAND
by margaret wilkinson
13 years, 8 months
Edward STEER/Lucy WOOD/Amelia LOVELAND
by Kathy Soul
13 years, 8 months
400 STEEREs in USA
by bonnie
13 years, 8 months
STEER in Burstow and Kent
by Jack Steer
13 years, 8 months
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