Statistics


 Description   Quantity 
Total Individuals 519  
Total Males 257 (49.52%)  
Total Females 251 (48.36%)  
Total Unknown Gender 11 (2.12%)  
Total Living 180  
Total Families 186  
Total Unique Surnames 144  
Total Photos 2  
Total Documents 3  
Total Headstones 0  
Total Histories 0  
Total Recordings 0  
Total Videos 0  
Total Sources 0  
Average Lifespan1 56 years, 37 days  
Earliest Birth (William Burstow Abt 1800  

 Longest Lived1   Age 
Herbert Farmer 97 years  
Alice Stearman 96 years  
Living 95 years 337 days  
Living 95 years 336 days  
Ellen Nunn 95 years 179 days  
Geoffrey Hubert Stearman 93 years 227 days  
Winifred Berry 92 years  
Peter Cole 91 years 322 days  
Jeane Langford Hackman 91 years 215 days  
Elsie Mabel White 89 years  


1 Age-related calculations are based on individuals with recorded birth and death dates. Due to the existence of incomplete date fields(e.g., a death date listed only as "1945" or "BEF 1860"), these calculations cannot be 100% accurate.

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colinHello, My Name Is Colin Stearman!

This is the new Stearman.com website.  Over the next few months I will be adding to and developing the site to include things of interest to me, my family and perhaps anyone who shares the Stearman name.

I will be starting with a blog.  In my posts I will discuss subjects that interest me  ….. and you, I hope.  I will probably express some opinions that you may or may not agree with, and I respect your right to disagree.  I’ll be monitoring your comments and publishing those of interest that do not conflict with my sense of values.  Don’t expect to find anything here that is immoral, sexist, tasteless, anti-Semitic, anti-religion, anti-Muslim, racially motivated or defamatory.  Lively and thoughtful discussion is always welcome.

So welcome, and I hope you’ll stop by often.

Colin Stearman

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