Hi Wayne: I don't think so, although Nicholas crops up periodically in my
tree. That probably signifies that the bearer was born on or about Dec 6th.
Nicholas seems to have been quite a popular name in old England. I believe
there are over 400 churches named for St Nick. My family is from Bovey
Tracey where the parish church is dedicated to St Thomas of Canterbury, so
there have been lots of Thomas' over the years. Mike.
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Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 5:37 AM
Subject: [STEER] Nicholas Steer
Would a Nicholas Steer be part of your family being referred to in
postings? I have a copy of a marriage certificate from Kane County,
USA from February 4, 1858 for a Nicholas Steer to a Lucina Pierce. I do
find Nicholas Steer in the Illinois census so he may have been there for a
short period of time. Wayne
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