Can anyone help me with information about Rev Alexander Spicer who was Sir Arthur Chichester's Chaplain, early 1600s?

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Rev. Alexander Spicer was Chaplain to Sir Arthur Chichester, Lord Deputy of Ireland, early 1600s.  I know he was buried at Corton Denham, Somerset 1641, where his father Rev Richard Spicer was Rector.  To date, I have not been able to find whether Alexander married and had a family and wondered if any Chichester Family historian has access to more information.
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Alexsaunder Spicer

mentioned in the record of Alexsaunder Spicer and Dorathi Inge

Name Alexsaunder Spicer
Spouse's Name Dorathi Inge
Event Date 24 Aug 1629
Event Place Pitcombe,Somerset,England

CITING THIS RECORD

"England Marriages, 1538–1973 ," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V52Z-PQN : accessed 10 April 2016), Alexsaunder Spicer and Dorathi Inge, 24 Aug 1629; citing Pitcombe,Somerset,England, reference ; FHL microfilm 908,499.

by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (2.1m points)
Having seen the answer kindly ptovided by Frank I think it unlikely that it's the same Alexander. The Alexander chaplain to Sir Srthur Chichester was born in 1574, meaning he would be 55 by 1629, and was in Ireland from 1628, not returning I believe to Somerset till about 1637.

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