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Family history of the Sturman, Stirman, Stearman families

compiler, Mrs. Anna Stearman Conner ; presented by Rockford Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Belleville, Illinois : D.A.R., 1975
xx, 510 leaves. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, maps.

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Thomas Sturman was born in County Bucks, England in 1584. He and his wife, Ann, were married ca. 1617. They had five children born in England. They family immigrated to America in 1640 and settled first in Maryland, and later moved to Westmoreland County, Virginia. He died in Westmoreland County in 1654. Descendants lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Arkansas, Missouri, Indiana, Idaho,

Includes the Stearman, Steerman, Stirman, Stirsman, and other varient spellings of the surname.

Includes the Elliot, Knight, Milby, Nelson, Penick, Towles, Wells, Wilson, and other related families.

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