Calvert Dunbar Steer

(circa 1841 - 13 February 1864)
     Calvert Dunbar Steer was born circa 1841 in Bengal, India. This parentage is only a guess based on his middle name and another child with Calvert as a middle name. He was the son of Charles Steer and Caroline Thompson.
     Calvert Dunbar Steer was employed applied for a cdetship in the East India Company armies circa 1858. He was listed as the nephew of George John Steer in the1861 census in 24 Queen Ann St, London, Marylebone. George J Steer 61 , Member of the Stock Exchange, born Spitalfields; Charles Horneworth 42 Susannah Underwood 61 Emma Tudor 35, servants; Calvert D Steer 19, nephew, scholar, born Bengal, India.
     Calvert died on 13 February 1864 in Bombay, India. He was buried on 14 February 1864 in Poona, India.

Catherine Steer

(11 June 1765 - before 1 October 1849)
     Catherine Steer was christened on 11 June 1765 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire. Catherine, daughter of Mr Charles Steer. She was the daughter of Charles Steer and Sarah Allott.
Catherine Steer married Benjamin Kennet before 1793.
     Catherine Steer made a will dated 6 February 1847 in Sidmouth, Devon.
     Catherine died before 1 October 1849 in Sidmouth, Devon.
     Her will was proved on 2 October 1849 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Edward Steer is listed in the Death Duty registers.

Children of Catherine Steer and Benjamin Kennet

Catherine Steer

(27 July 1623 - )
     Catherine Steer was christened on 27 July 1623 in Darley, Derbyshire. She was the daughter of Robert Steer and Elizabeth Senior?
Catherine Steer married John Redfern on 31 October 1643 in Darley, Derbyshire, England. She was still living in 1661.
     In Robert Steer's will dated 13 June 1661 in Darley, Derbyshire, Catherine Steer was named as heir.

Charles Steer

(16 January 1722/23 - before 10 July 1724)
     Charles Steer was christened on 16 January 1722/23 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of George Steer and Jane Clough.
     Charles died before 10 July 1724 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was buried on 10 July 1724 in St Peter, Sheffield. Chas, son of George Steer, mercer.

Charles Steer

(25 October 1716 - )
     Charles Steer was christened on 25 October 1716 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Joseph Steer and Maria Morewood. Charles was a silk merchant in Aldermanbury, London.
     Charles Steer made a will dated 5 April 1784 in Basinghall St, London. He mentions Joseph his father; Brothers Joseph and William; Nephews William Steer the Younger of Broad Street (Broker) and Charles Steer of Spitafields(Weaver); Nieces Martha Maria Andrews* wife of William Andrews of Basinghall Street
Harriet Cole* wife of Benjamin Cole; .and payable into the proper hands of my niece Frances Popplewell Steer wife of Richard Popplewell Steer of Sandoft Grove in the Isle of Axholme Lincolnshire....; Ann Drury wife of William Drury(Ribbon Weaver); Mary Steer; Jane Steer; Sister in law Ann Steer wife of his brother William Steer.

Charles Steer

(11 March 1724/25 - 6 October 1786)
     Charles Steer was christened on 11 March 1724/25 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. He was the third and youngest son, 9th child of William & Ann. He was the son of Rev William Steer and Ann Banks. Charles was a merchant in Wakefield.
Charles Steer married Elizabeth Fretwell, daughter of Robert Fretwell and Bridget Gilby, on 16 August 1748 in St Nicholas, Bawtry, Blyth, Nottinghamshire/Yorkshire. Their daughter's marriage settlement makes reference to their settlement dated 13 August 1748. Charles Steer was widowed on 4 November 1749 on the death of his wife Elizabeth Fretwell.
Charles Steer married secondly Sarah Allott on 2 July 1753 in South Kirkby, Yorkshire. Mr Charles Steer of Wakefield & Mrs Sarah Allot of South Kirkby.
     In Rev William Steer's will dated 1 May 1756 in Wath upon Dearne, Charles Steer was named as executor of the estate.
Charles Steer was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 14 July 1757 in Wakefield. Charles Steer of Wakefield, merchant paid the indenture duty for his apprentice Michael Downs.
     In Charles Steer's will dated 8 August 1771 in Sandtoft, Belton, Lincolnshire, Charles Steer was named as executor of the estate.
     Charles resided at Painthorpe, near Wakefield, Yorkshire.
Charles Steer was listed in a directory dated 1784 as Charles Steer & Son, merchants at Wakefield. In 1780 there were a Charles & William Steer, mercers listed in Kent's London directory at 6 Aldermanbury.
     Charles resided at Painthorp, Sandall Magna, Yorkshire, 1785.
     Charles Steer made a will dated 1 February 1786. A copy will of Charles Steer of Painthrope, Yks was presented to the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland in 1788.
     Charles died on 6 October 1786 in Wakefield?, Yorkshire, aged 61. He was buried on 29 October 1786 in Sandal Magna, Yorkshire. Mr Charles Steer of Painthorpe, merchant.
Draft mortgage: 1. William Steer of Wakefield, merchant (eldest son and heir of Charles Steer of Painthorp in Sandal Magna Parish, esquire) 2. Robert Nicholson of Wakefield, gentleman Consideration: £1,500 Property: messuage in Kirkgate in Wakefield heretofore divided into two dwellings.

Child of Charles Steer and Elizabeth Fretwell

Children of Charles Steer and Sarah Allott

Charles Steer

(12 May 1796 - )
     Charles Steer was christened on 12 May 1796 in St John's, Wakefield, Yorkshire. He died without issue. He was the son of William Steer and Dolly Wilson (Monkhouse).

Charles Steer

(16 December 1731 - 22 October 1807)
     Charles Steer was christened on 16 December 1731 in Bradfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev Charles Steer and Mary Bacon.
Charles Steer married Jane Gott on 4 June 1772 in St Peter, Birstall, Yorkshire.
     Charles was buried on 22 October 1807 in Birstall, Yorkshire. Steer, Charles, esquire, of Upper Batley, aged 76.

Charles Steer

(15 April 1781 - )
     Charles Steer was born illegitimate before 15 April 1781 in Attercliffe, Sheffield. Charles, son of Alice Steer. He was christened on 15 April 1781 in Attercliffe, Sheffield . It may have been 1st April. He was the son of Alice Steer.

Charles Steer

(4 February 1811 - September 1888?)
     Charles Steer was born on 4 February 1811 in Dinapore, Bengal Presidency, India. He was the son of Charles William Steer and Jane Woodburn Watson. Charles Steer was christened on 14 February 1812 in Dinapore. Charles was in the Bengal Civil service. He was appointed a judge of the Supreme Court, Bengal in 1862, Bengal, India.
Charles Steer married Caroline Thompson on 18 September 1833 in the Cathedral, Calcutta, West Bengal, India.
Charles Steer married secondly Janet Anne Unknown circa 1853.
     Charles Steer and Janet Anne Unknown were recorded on the 1881 census in 5 Redcliffe Square, Kensington, London. Charles Steer, 70, born India, Bengal Civil Serv Retired; Janet Steer, 59, born Parsons Town, Ireland, wife; Alice C D Steer, unmarried, 25 born Calcutta, India, daughter; Janet G T Steer, unmarried, 17, born Calcutta, India, daughter; John McEwen Mackintosh, 37, born Inverness, Scotland, Son In Law, Retired Stockbroker; Sophy M. Mackintosh, U! 26, born Calcutta, India, daughter, wife of above; with a cook, 2 housemaids, parlour maid, Man servant; a French childs servant; and Angas Charles Mackintosh, 4, born London, Middlesex, grandson.
     Charles's death was possibly registered in the quarter ending in September 1888? In England.

Children of Charles Steer and Caroline Thompson

Children of Charles Steer and Janet Anne Unknown

Col Charles Steer

(before 1780 - )
     Col Charles Steer was born before 1780. He was the son of Patriarch Steer.
Col Charles Steer married Elizabeth Ewbank in 1799 in St Ann parish, Jamaica, West Indies.
William Highley wrote: The Steer family seemed to have settled in Jamaica in the middle of the 18th century. Col. Charles of Trafalgar Plantation married the eldest daughter of William Ewbank Esq. a wealthy plantation owner. Col. Charles had a younger sister called Sarah Cole Steer born 1789 and a daughter Sarah Melmoth Steer born 1803. The Cole name is especially interesting as you may remember Benjamin Cole who married Harriet Steer is mentioned in the wills of Charles Steer of Basinghall Street who died in 1784 and also in the will of Charles Steer (husband of Mary Wood of Jamaica) of Devonshire Sq. who died in 1810.
The Steer family seemed to acquire Bradfield plantation by the marriage of Col. Charles Steer to Miss Ewbank eldest daughter of William Ewbank Esq. He originally owned it. William Ewbank's family originally came from Yorkshire. William's wife's first name was Ann but no more is known about her.
On the 1851 census of Wiltshire there was a pupil Charles William Steer at Marlborough College aged 16 born Jamaica 1835. He is the son of John Thomas Steer of Bradfield and Trafalgar Plantation and Grandson of Col. Charles Steer. Charles William was born in St Ann. By 1878 he had inherited Bradfield Plantation & leasing and managing others. He died in 1896.
Your article, the relevant bit I have copied below, is very interesting. I knew Charles William Steer married Mary Wood of Jamaica but did not know that he had resided at Bradfield in St Ann. Who was Mary Wood the daughter of and was Elizabeth Alice Conran of Jamaica daughter of Charles William and Mary Wood? I had no knowledge of Charles and Mary having a daughter Elizabeth. If so presumably she married a Conran. All the other children I have recorded were born in Spitalfields, Christ Church, Stepney, London. There must be some close connection somewhere between Charles William Steer who married Mary Wood and Col. Charles Steer who married Miss Ewbank
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Col. Charles Steer of Trafalgar Plantation, had a younger sister called Sarah Cole Steer born 1789 and a daughter Sarah Melmoth Steer born 1803.
The Steer family seemed to acquire Bradfield plantation by the marriage of Col. Charles Steer to Miss. Ewbank eldest daughter of William Ewbank Esq. He originally owned it.
He was Colonel of the St. Ann Regiment of Foot Militia in Jamaica.

Children of Col Charles Steer and Elizabeth Ewbank

Rev Charles Steer

(23 February 1698/99 - 2 February 1752)
      See the account of his family in Burke's Commoners. Foljambe mss pends J N Ince: Edward eldest son & heir 1760; also many other children. Rev Charles Steer was christened on 23 February 1698/99 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Steer and Sarah Ludlam.
     Charles matriculated at St John's College, Cambridge University, from 1718 to 1722. He was admitted Sizar at St Johns, Sep 10 1718. 6th son of William, cutler of Sheffield. School Beighton (Mr Drake), B.A. 1722-3. Ordained deacon York June 9 1723, priest June 4 1732. Curate/Vicar of Bradfield 1725-41. Rector of Handsworth 1741-52. Charles was a clergyman at Yorkshire from 1723. He was ordained deacon at York June 9 1723, priest June 4 1732. Charles was curate then vicar at Bradfield, Yorkshire, from 1725 to 1741. Rector of Handsworth 1741-52.
1725 Charles Steer who was born at Darnall near Sheffield - his elder brother being the Vicar of Ecclesfield placed him here. He removed in 1741 to the rectory of Hansworth at the death of Dr Folyer - his father having bought the next term?? & died there. [Curates of Bradfield, Ronksley Collection #1905].
Rev Charles Steer married Mary Bacon on 9 December 1725 in Yorkshire. Charles was the rector at Hansworth, Yorkshire, from 1741 to 1752. A transcript of his return for Archbishop Herring's visitation dated 3 June 1743 is held. He ministers to 169 families including 12 Dissenters, 10 Quakers, 1 Papist and 1 Presbyterian without a curate. [Y.A.S. v.71 p.179].
     Rev Charles Steer was mentioned in the will of Rev William Steer dated 17 May 1745.
     Rev Charles Steer made a will dated 1749 in Hansworth.
     Charles died on 2 February 1752 in Hansworth, Yorkshire, aged 52.
     His will was proved on 30 July 1752 at the Court of the Chancellor of York with Laughton, Yorkshire. Rev Charles Steer, Handsworth, will & codicil.

Children of Rev Charles Steer and Mary Bacon

Rev Charles Steer

(28 June 1756 - 12 November 1835)
     Rev Charles Steer was born on 28 June 1756 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Charles Steer and Sarah Allott. Rev Charles Steer was christened on 27 July 1757 in All Saints, Wakefield.
     Charles matriculated at St John's College, Cambridge University, from 1777 to 1781. He was admitted pensioner St John's 16 Apr 1777, of Yorkshire [son of Charles, merchant of Wakefield]. Born there 28 June 1756. School - Manchester, matric. Mich 1777, scholar 1777, B.A. 1781, Deacon 9 Mar 1781, Priest 22 July 1781. Curate of Sth Kirkby 1781. Rector of Axminster with Membury & Kilmington, Devon 1782-1835. "A great walker and a great talker". Twice married. Died 12 Nov 1835 at Axminster [Manchester School register, St John College Admissions, iv, 492; Gents Mag. 1836 i, 209; F.M.G. ii, 818].
Rev Charles Steer married Jane Unknown. Charles was a clergyman between 1781 and 1835.
Rev Charles Steer married Anne Karslake on 22 October 1811 in Filleigh, Devon. Charles Steer, vicar of the parish of Axminster & Anne Karslake, were married by Wm Karslake.
     Charles died on 12 November 1835 in Axminster, Devon, aged 79. He was twice married but died without surviving issue. His niece married Captain Edward Townsend.
     His will was proved on 1 February 1836 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Child of Rev Charles Steer and Jane Unknown

Charles Boyes Steer

(27 March 1836 - June 1901)
     Charles Boyes Steer was born on 27 March 1836 in Bhagulpore, Bihar, Bengal Presidency, India. He was the son of Charles Steer and Caroline Thompson. Charles Boyes Steer was christened on 5 March 1837 in Bhagulpore.
The marriage of Charles Boyes Steer and Emilie Hume F Harrison was registered in Kensington RD, Middlesex, in the September 1879 quarter. Her sister Lady Arthur Hill was in the music business and wrote the famous Victorian Parlour song "In the Gloaming". She may be the Emilie Steer who married in 1911 in the Chelmsford district. Charles was a Stock Broker.
     Charles Boyes Steer and Emilie Hume F Harrison were recorded on the 1881 census in 19 Hobart Place, London, St George Hanover Square. Charles Boyes STEER, 45, born East Indies, Member GSH Stock Exchange; Emilie Hume STEER, 27, East Indies, Wife; Valentin STEER, 1, St Georges, London, Middlesex, Son; Lidia Mary BROMWELL     Widow, 32,     Guildford, Surrey, Servant, Nurse Monthly; Clara SHAW, unmarried, 28, Kingsland , London, Mdx, Cook; Laura Daines, unmarried, 25, Gt Baddon, Essex, General Servant; Ralph RANDALL, unmarried, 20, Isleworth, Middlesex, General Servant; Elizabeth Ann DOLLIMORE, unmarried, 28, London Marylebone , general servant.
     Charles Boyes Steer was recorded on the 1901 census in Elmbank West Hill. Charles Boyes Steer was living at Elmbank West Hill with a doctor's family. He was living on his own means but under Infirmity he is described as a lunatic. No trace of his wife Emilie. Charles and Caroline I believe also had Clara Alicia Steer 1843.
     Charles's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1901 in Wandsworth RD, Surrey.

Child of Charles Boyes Steer and Emilie Hume F Harrison

Charles Rattray Hall Steer

(8 October 1815 - )
     Charles Rattray Hall Steer was born on 8 October 1815 in Calcutta, West Bengal, India. He was the son of Charles William Steer and Jane Woodburn Watson. Charles Rattray Hall Steer was christened on 15 December 1815 in Calcutta.

Charles William Steer

(15 December 1750 - before 20 September 1810)
      Charles William Steer was born on 15 December 1750 in Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire. He was the son of William Steer and Ann Rastall. Charles William Steer was christened on 26 December 1750 in Burton Latimer.
     Charles resided at Bradfield, St Ann parish, Jamaica.
William Highley wrote: ... Benjamin Cole who married Harriet Steer is mentioned in the wills of Charles Steer of Basinghall Street who died in 1784 and also in the will of Charles Steer (husband of Mary Wood of Jamaica) of Devonshire Sq. who died in 1810.
I knew Charles William Steer married Mary Wood of Jamaica but did not know that he had resided at Bradfield in St Ann. There must be some close connection somewhere between Charles William Steer who married Mary Wood and Col. Charles Steer who married Miss Ewbank
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     Charles resided at Church Street, London, between 1782 and 1799.
Charles William Steer married Mary Wood on 10 October 1782 in St George Hanover Square, Westminster, Middlesex, England. Charles William Steer of Devonshire Square, London married Mary Wood of Jamaica, daughter of ... and had Elizabeth Alice Conran of Jamaica JNL pedigree of Conran. Pallot's marriage index states: Charles Steer (of Christ Church) & Mary Wood (minor) with consent of her father William Wood, by licence, St George Hanover Square.      
Charles William Steer in 1784 in Christ Church, Spitalfields, Stepney, Middlesex. Charles was a weaver was a weaver between 1784 and 1788. Charles was a merchant from ___ 1789.
     Charles resided at Devonshire Square, London, between 1803 and 1810.
     Charles William Steer made a will dated 2 August 1810 in London. This is the last will and testament of me Charles Steer of Devonshire Square in the City of London esquire ... I give to my dear wife Mary Steer ... my beloved Mother, brother William Steer and my sister in law his wife, his son Charles William Steer... his two younger sons William Henry & George John
he mentions his six children Harriott, Sophia, Frances, William Henry, George John & Ann who are minors, his son-in-law James Vine, son William Frederick who had already cost his father for his improper conduct, and his son Charles William.

     Charles died before 20 September 1810 in London. He was buried on 20 September 1810 in St Botolph Bishopsgate, London. Charles Steer, Esquire, aged 59.
     His will was proved on 4 October 1810 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of Charles William Steer and Mary Wood

Charles William Steer

(12 November 1784 - 27 September 1864)
     Charles William Steer was also known as Charles Wright in records. He was christened on 12 November 1784 in Christ Church, Spitalfields, Stepney, London. The India Office states Christ Church, Southwark, aged 29 days, son of Charles, weaver & Mary. The parish register states: Charles William Steer [son] of Charles, weaver, Church Street, by Mary, 29 days old. He was the son of Charles William Steer and Mary Wood.
Charles William Steer married Jane Woodburn Watson on 23 March 1808 in Fatehgarh or Chunar, Bengal Presidency, India. Charles was a civil servant in the East India Company, Bengal, India.
     In Charles William Steer's will dated 13 October 1832 in Bengal, Charles William Steer was named as executor of the estate.
He was dismissed for corruption from his job as Writer in the Bengal Civil Service. He was a writer in 1802.
     Charles resided at 'Spring Lawn', Heavitree, Devon, 1846. William Highley wrote that Charles William also moved to Devon/Somerset. Charles William who was a judge in Bengal, India is a bit of a mystery. However he and his wife Jane retired to Devon/Somerset living at a place called Springlawn, Heavitree*, Exeter and they also lived in Bath. Spring Lawn was the home of Sir Henry Maturin Farrington a Major in the Army who died in 1834, the Steers were there at the time of their daughters Jane & Sophia's marriage. Charles was a beneficiary in Lt William Watson Steer's will proved December 1850.
     Charles William Steer was recorded on the 1851 census in 3b Gay St, Walcot Trinity, Somerset. Charles Willm Steer 65, fund holder, born Bishopsgate, London, daughters Eliza Steer 24 , born East Indies; Susan Mainwaring Steer 18, born East Indies, Georgiana Larkins 23 , visitor, independent, born Lewisham, Kent; James Levatt 33, Priscilla Gibbs 26, servants. He was an executor of William Henry Steer's estate on 27 April 1855 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Charles died on 27 September 1864 in 4 Wyndham Place, Bryanston Square, London, Middlesex, aged 79.
     His will was proved on 15 November 1864 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. The will of Charles William Steer, formerly In the Civil Service of the East India Company, Bengal Establishment, afterwards of Sussex Villa, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, but late of 4 Wyndham Place, Bryanston Square, Mdx, deceased Esquire, who died 27 Sep 1864 at 4 Wyndham Place afsd, was proved at the Principal Registry by oath of George John Steer of 24 Queen Anne Street, Cavendish Square, Mdx, esquire the brother & Charles Richard Harford, the younger of Lloyds Coffee House, in the City of London, two of the executors. Effects under £20,000.

Children of Charles William Steer and Jane Woodburn Watson

Charles William Steer

(circa 1835 - 1896)
     Charles was nick-named Busha. He was born circa 1835 in St Ann parish, Jamaica. He was the son of John Thomas Steer of Bradfield and Trafalgar Plantation. He was the son of John Thomas Steer.
     Charles William Steer was recorded on the 1851 census in Marlborough College, Wiltshire. Charles William Steer, pupil aged 16 born Jamaica.
By 1878 he had inherited Bradfield Plantation & was leasing and managing others.
     Charles died in 1896.

Child of Charles William Steer

Charles William Steer

(24 April 1789 - 2 May 1789)
     Charles William Steer was christened on 24 April 1789 in Axminster, Devon. He was the son of Rev Charles Steer and Jane Unknown.
     Charles died on 2 May 1789.

Christopher Cluff? Steer

(14 July 1727 - before 23 January 1741/42)
     Christopher Cluff? Steer was christened on 14 July 1727 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire. Christopher, son of George Steer, mercer. He was the son of George Steer and Jane Clough. Christopher Cluff? Steer was buried on 23 January 1741/42 in Sheffield.
     Christopher died before 23 January 1741/42 in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Clara Alicia Steer

(8 November 1843 - )
     Clara Alicia Steer was born on 8 November 1843 in Calcutta, West Bengal, India. At Dejapoor, the lady of C. Steer, Esq., C.S., of a daughter. She was the daughter of Charles Steer and Caroline Thompson. Clara Alicia Steer was christened on 14 September 1844 in the old church, Calcutta.
Clara Alicia Steer married John George Dartnell on 27 July 1865 in Calcutta, West Bengal .

daughter Steer

(circa 1753 - )
     Daughter Steer married Unknown Deane. Daughter Steer was born circa 1753. She was the daughter of William Steer and Ann Rastall.

daughter Steer

(1 September 1576 - )
     Daughter Steer was christened on 1 September 1576 in Darley, Derbyshire. She was the daughter of Richard Steer.

David Steer

(before 26 March 1701 - before 10 February 1701/2)
     David Steer was born before 26 March 1701 in Darnall, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was christened on 26 March 1701 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of William Steer and Sarah Ludlam.
     David died before 10 February 1701/2 in Darnall, Sheffield Yorkshire. He was buried on 10 February 1701/2 in St Peter, Sheffield.

Dennis Steer

(16 May 1729 - before 30 September 1729)
     Dennis Steer was christened on 16 May 1729 in St Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Benjamin Steer and Alice Walker.
     Dennis died before 30 September 1729 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was buried on 30 September 1729 in St Peter, Sheffield.

Dorothy Steer

(7 April 1594 - 27 March 1657)
     Dorothy Steer was christened on 7 April 1594 in Darley, Derbyshire. Dorothie, daughter of Henrie Steare. She was the daughter of Henry Steer and Alice Unknown (Steer).
Dorothy Steer married John Shore on 22 June 1617 in Darley, Derbyshire. A Dorothe also married Ralph Wilgose in 1610, which Dorothy?.
     Dorothy was buried on 27 March 1657 in St Helens, Darley, Derbyshire.
     In Robert Steer's will dated 13 June 1661 in Darley, Derbyshire, Dorothy Steer was named as heir.
     Dorothy resided at Darley, Derbyshire, 1661.

Dorothy Steer

(30 November 1584 - before 1593)
     Dorothy Steer was christened on 30 November 1584 in Darley, Derbyshire. Dorothy, daughter of Henrie Steare. She was the daughter of Henry Steer and Alice Unknown (Steer).
     Dorothy died before 1593.

Dorothy Steer

(circa 1640? - before 22 October 1641)
     Dorothy Steer was born circa 1640?. She was the daughter of Peter Steer.
     Dorothy died before 22 October 1641 in Darley, Derbyshire. Dorothie daughter of Peter Steare. She was buried on 22 October 1641 in Darley.

Dorothy Steer

(6 November 1590 - 27 March 1657)
     Dorothy Steer was christened on 6 November 1590 in Darley, Derbyshire. She was the daughter of Roger Steer.
Dorothy Steer married Ralph Wilgose on 23 September 1610 in St Helens, Darley, Derbyshire.
     Dorothy was buried on 27 March 1657.

Dorothy Steer

(19 May 1593 - )
     Dorothy Steer was christened on 19 May 1593 in Darley, Derbyshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Steer and Dorothy Unknown (Steer).
Ralph Wilgose married Dorothy Steer, daughter of Roger Steer, on 23 September 1610 in St Helens, Darley, Derbyshire. Dorothy Steer may be the subject rather than Dorothy Steer who was buried on 27 March 1657 in Darley, Derbyshire.