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Hi Guest User,
Are you familiar with your family tree on familysearch.org. Family search is a free website you just need to register to use. I found it very confusing as it shows Catherine and Philip Peer having two daughters with the same name.
If you have not done so already you should check out findagrave,com. for your Peer's and Garrett's and other family members.