Mary "Polly" Spencer was born about 1792 in Hinesburg, Chittenden, Vermont, USA. Polly Spencer is the daughter of Daniel Spencer and Maria Spencer.
Mary Polly marries to Gideon Blackman on March 27, 1808 at Beech Ridge, Lachute, Quebec, Argenteuil, Canada. Mary dies on April 8, 1812 at Lachute, Quebec, Canada.
Glimpses of the life and work of the Reverend Richard Bradford
By: Grace D. Bradford McGibbon
Mr. Bradford would take his usual Sunday service in St. Andrews on
March 27, 1808, and apparently he took another one at Lachute or possibly Beech Ridge. At one of these latter places he united in marriage Gideon Blackman of Lachute District and Polly Spencer of the same place, who was 19 years of age.
The witnesses were Aaron Hamblin and Samuel Blackman, and they were also Lachute people. D. H. Spencer had been living on lot 2, first Concession of Col. Robertson's land, but may have left there a little before this time, or Polly may have been working in a home in the Seigniory. Many girls worked as maids in homes, others worked in the paper mill in St. Andrews. Boys also worked in the paper mill.
Book Reference - Glimpses of the Life and Work of the Reverend Richard Bradford as Scholar, School Principal, Chaplain Priest of the Church of England, and S.P.G. Missionary. Author: Grace D. Bradford. Published By: McGibbon Macleod Letter & Printing Services, 1971 - Marriage records Québec (Province) Argenteuil - 215 pages.
Marriage Record - "Québec, registres des églises protestantes, 1763-1967," images, FamilySearch  : accessed 17 March 2015), Chatham Township > Church of England in Canada > Baptisms, marriages, burials 1805-1851 > image 51 of 161; Archives Nationales du Québec-Montréal, Sainte-Foy [Quebec National Library and Archives, Sainte-Foy].
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Polly by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
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