Family History

Would love to hear from you about this - TEER, JAMES Born: 1834 Wisborough Green Father: James Steer Mother: Rebecca Mirram Baptised: Sun 23/11/1834 Wisborough Green Died: Mon 13/5/1918 10 Salt Lake, Lamcing. Married: Sat 14/10/1871 St James the Less, Lancing Spouse: Jane Steer Born: 1849 Lancing Father: John Steer Mother: Margaret Nottingham Died: Fri 23/10/1908 2 Salt Lake Lancing. Buried: 27/10/1908 St James the Less, Lancing Children: James John Steer b 1874 Lancing George Edward Steer b 1877 Lancing Frederick Charles Steer b 1883 Lancing 1851 census: Lodging Swan Inn, Pulborough, with William King inn keeper and farmer. Occupation: agricultural labourer. Jane residing with mother North Lancing, with brothers George, Charles and Abraham. 1861 census: Lodging with his uncle Stephen Ticknor in Minstrels Wood Billingshurst, occupation: carter. Jane living North Lancing (next to Ship House) with parents and brothers George, Charles & James. 1871 census: Living by himself in Lancing near Monks Farm. Neighbours were George & Sarah Jupp. Occupation: agricultural labourer. Jane living North Lancing with parents and brothers Charles and James. Occupation: servant 1871: Marriage was witnessed by Charles & Sarah Steer (Janesís brother and sister-in-law). James and Charles Steer gave their mark, Ceremony performed by Frederick Fisher Watson, vicar. Banns read 17/9, 24/9, 1/10 1871 1880 (death certificate of James John Steer). Residing North Barn Cottage, North Lancing 1881 census: Residing Monks Farm. Occupation: agricultural labourer. Had lodger Henry French unmarried, from Siddlesham. 1883: Frederickís baptism record: occupation carter. 1891 census: Residing Monkís Farm Cottages. Occupation: agricultural labourer. Janeís cousin Thomas Steer living with them 1901 census: Residing 2 Salt lake Cottages. Occupation: agricultural labourer 1908: Jane Steerís death certificate: occupation market gardenerís labourer. Cause of death carcinoma mammal exhaustion. Death reported by G.E. Steer, 5 Salt Lake, Lancing on 24/10/08. 1911 census: Widower James residing 5 Salt Lake with son George Edward Steer. Occupation: gardener (not domestic) 1918: Jamesís death caused by senile decay and chronic gastritis, reported by G.E. Steer of 10 Salt lake, 13/5/1918. Occupation at time of death given as farm carter.