Steere Genealogy: A Record of the Descendants of John Steere, who Settled in Providence, Rhode Island, about the Year 1660, with Some Account of the Steeres of England
Printed at the Riverside Press, 1890 - 216 pages
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00 Jtem Abigail acres of land aged Aldrich April April 14 Arnold Asa Steere August August 17 Betsey born in Glocester brother Burrillville Charles Child Children Colony County Daniel daughter December December 14 deed Edward Elisha Eliza Enoch executors farm father February February 23 George Glocester grandson of Jeremiah grandson of Samuel Hannah Hartwick Henry homestead Hosea James January January 17 January 21 Jeremiah 28 John Steere John Whipple Jonah Steere Joseph Jron July June lived in Glocester Lydia March March 15 March 21 married Martha Mary Mowry Nicholas November November 25 October October 16 October 29 Phebe Providence Records resided Rhode Island Richard Steere Ruth Samuel Steere Sarah Sayles Scituate September September 22 Seven Mile Line Smith Smithfield Steere's Stephen Thomas Olney Thomas Steere Town Council unmarried unto VIII Waterman west side widow wife William Steere Winsor
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