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Phillip STEER 1738 to 1837 Modbury, Devon
by Steer, Gaynor
12 years, 5 months
free DNA test through SMGF
by bonnie
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Re: [STEER] STEER Digest, Vol 2, Issue 62
by Philip Steer
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STEER's in Brighton directories
by Stephen
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NEEDED: Steer DNA group administrator(s)
by bonnie
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Re: [STEER] Devon STEERs - Jane b 1721
by Ian Radford
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Devon STEERs - Jane b 1721
by Kate Boyce
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Re: [STEER] Steer-Steere DNA surname study?
by Smyth
12 years, 5 months
Re: [STEER] My Brighton Steer family
by Stephen
12 years, 5 months
changing e-mail address
by Emma Faulkner
12 years, 5 months
Re: [STEER] My Brighton Steer family
by margaret wilkinson
12 years, 5 months
Subject: My Brighton Steer family
by Stephen
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Re: [STEER] My Brighton Steer family
by margaret wilkinson
12 years, 5 months
Re: [STEER] My Brighton Steer family
by madelainejoy ward
12 years, 5 months
My Brighton Steer family
by Stephen
12 years, 5 months
Re: [STEER] Steer-Steere DNA surname study?
by madelainejoy ward
12 years, 5 months
Re: [STEER] Steer-Steere DNA surname study?
by bonnie
12 years, 5 months
Steer-Steere DNA surname study?
by Glenn Steere
12 years, 5 months
Some STEERs
by Mike Steer
12 years, 5 months
Re: [STEER] Steer-Steere DNA surname study? (plus note for Tricia)
by margaret wilkinson
12 years, 5 months
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