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- Date: ABT 1721
- Place: Haddam, Middlesex Co CT
Removed ABT from Birth Date and marked as uncertain.
- Date: said to be after 1831
- Place: Illinois
Could not parse date out of Death Date (said to be after 1831).
- Note: @N26@
- @N26@ NOTE
- DNA GROUP 1 - The 4 Brothers: ?... ? William Spencer 1601-1640 ?... ? Thomas Spencer 1607-1687 ?... ? Michael Spencer 1611-1653 ?... ? Gerard Spencer 1614-1685 ??The Spencer DNA study has proven that the following ancestors descend from the 4 Brothers lines:
- ? Samuel C. Spencer b.1843 Pulaski Co. KY, d. 1912 Murray Co. OK
- Partially completed autobiography, John Henderson Spencer, great-great grandson, Allen County, Kentucky.
- In his autobiography, John Henderson Spencer writes that his great great grandfather moved to Illinois and lived out his long long life. He also writes that, William, Ahimaaz's first grandson, moved to
- Alton, Illinois about 1826, after his father Moses died, and that that Ahimaaz lived to be 110 years
- of age which would make his death about 1831.
- Great-grandson of Gerard and Hannah (Hills) Spencer.
- User ID: C33E68359F2E431D8450A2061EC0FD486A78
- Data Changed:
- Date: 21 MAR 2010
Prior to import, this record was last changed 21 MAR 2010.
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