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Early Spencers of Virginia

Spencer
compiled by Henry W. Rigby
Rigby, Henry W. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Charlotte, North Carolina : H.W. Rigby, 1986
vi, 391, [90], 46 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps

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Spine title: Spencer.

Includes bibliographic references.

Insufficient room for complete collation note: [90] p. = 90 p. in various pagings (some folded); there are also [6] folded leaves of plates.

William Spence or Spencer immigrated from England to Jamestown, Virginia in 1614 as an indentured servant (it was a different William Spence who immigrated in 1607 or 1608 and was called "Ensign"). The 1614 William Spence Spencer married twice, and settled on Mulberry Island (eventually in Surry County); he was probably dead by July 1654. Descendants and relatives throughout much of Virginia, as well as in North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes index (listing Spence, Ledespencer and other variant spellings).

Includes Dickerson, Farrar, Flournoy, Holloway, Luke, Martin, Moore, Smith, Todd, Turner, Watkins and related families.

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