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Mavis Steer - Formerly of Kingston

by K. Wheeler


Mavis was born in the early 1900s to Charles & Clemora Steer. She also had several siblings, some which were Dudley, Linda and Charles. I am told that some siblings moved to the United States and some remained Jamaica.

Some of the streets they resided on: Mellie Villa Scipe Rd, Windward Rd and Bocas Del Tora...Again looking to connect with any individuals related to them.

I can be reached at dooney729@gmail.com


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