Edmond Steer

(17 March 1726/27 - after 1760)
     Edmond Steer was christened on 17 March 1726/27 in Bradfield, Yorkshire. He was described as Edmund, eldest son and heir. He was the son of Rev Charles Steer and Mary Bacon.
     Edmond died after 1760.

Ann Steer

(12 August 1727 - )
     Ann Steer was christened on 12 August 1727 in Bradfield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Rev Charles Steer and Mary Bacon.
     Ann Steer married Benjamin Rawson on 13 May 1754 in the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire.

Children of Ann Steer and Benjamin Rawson

Benjamin Rawson

(circa 1725? - )
     Benjamin Rawson was born circa 1725? In Yorkshire. He was the son of Brooke Rawson & Susanna Bower.
     Benjamin Rawson married Ann Steer, daughter of Rev Charles Steer and Mary Bacon, on 13 May 1754 in the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire.
     He was of Bradford, Nidd and Darley. He inherited Bradford estates from his cousin Jeremiah Rawson who married 1734, Aug. 13. Mr Jeremiah Rawson* of Bradford, in the diocese of York, and Frances Sterne, of the par. of All Saints in North-street, York. (Lic.)
* Jeremiah Rawson, attorney, son and heir of William Rawson, esq., of Bradford, by his second wife Grace, daughter and coheiress of Jeremiah Rossendale, esq. He died in 1767, without surviving issue, and was succeeded by his cousin Benjamin Rawson (son of Brook Rawson, of Manchester, gent., and grandson of the abovementioned William), whose son and heir, Benjamin Rawson, esq., of Bolton-in-le-Moors, co. Lanc., and Nidd Hall, co. York, purchased, in 1795, the manor of Bradford, which is yet held by his daughter, Miss Rawson, of Nidd Hall. -Frances, daughter of Richard Sterne, esq., of Elvington, and great-granddaughter of archbishop Sterne. She resided in the Manor House at Bradford, where she died 26 Oct., 1801, aged 86. " Her character will long be contemplated with respect and gratitude. She was a lineal descendant of archbishop Sterne, and cousin to the celebrated Tristram Shandy; had been 33 years a wife, and near 34 years a widow, and was a constant reader of this magazine from its commencement, of which she has left a complete set." (Gent. Mag., 1801, p. 1059.).

Children of Benjamin Rawson and Ann Steer