Generation No. 1
Marriage Notes for Abraham Spicer and Sarah Gillingham:
James & Rachel were on the 1790 census, pg 13, line 1079, in Washington Co., Maryland. They had the two youngest children with them, which was Gulielma and John.
Marriage Notes for James Spicer and Rachel Wildman:
Notes for Nathaniel Price:
Marriage Notes for John Spicer and Rachel Lee:
7-11-1776 - James Wildman produced certificates from Gunpowder MM in Maryland in behalf of Yeoman Spicer residing with him. Quaker records of Bucks Co., Pa
7-2-1793 - Yeoman Spicer has been guilty of fornication and accomplished his marriage with a woman not in our Society. Quaker records of Bucks Co., Pa
One male..........Under 5 new child
Notes for Moses Spicer:
Information from Fall 1979 issue, Michiana Research Journal.
Moses Spicer's list of children was taken from a Bible list published in the Fall 1979 issue of the Michiana Research Journal, titled "Hiram Spicer Family Tree". It Lists Moses, his birth, the birth's of his children by his first wife but does not give her name, unless it is the Nancy Ann Scott who was born April 15, 1783. It list a marriage of Moses S. Spicer to Nancy Ann Watt on May 4, 1831. It is not kown if this is the same Moses. It also list several deaths but no mention of Moses in the death list.
Notes for Samuel R. Spicer:
More About William Spicer and Ceba Shaw:
18. John5 Spicer (Moses4, Yeamans3, James2, Abraham1) was born June 21, 1811 in Pennsylvania, and died Aft. 1880 in Ohio. He married Margaret Delancy January 03, 1839 in Morgan Co., Ohio. She was born 1817 in Ohio, and died Aft. 1880 in Ohio.
Notes for John Spicer:
John & Margaret were found in 1870 in Jackson Twp Noble Co., Ohio. They still have Letta, William, Mary Jane & Miranda, but they also have two minor children who could only be grandchildren.
More About Lewis Spicer and Isabel Phillis:
Notes for Mary E. Boggess:
More About Ebert Spicer and Elsie Smock:
I do not have the original author of this information, most was gathered in Ancestry and individual sources listed above. I am not the author of this information, however, it does appear to be well researched