Jacob Henry Ryner1,2,3

M, b. 1796, d. 11 June 1863
     Jacob Henry Ryner was born in 1796 Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to Nicholas Ryner.4,5,3
Jacob Henry Ryner married Rachel Spencer, daughter of James Spencer Jr. and Elizabeth Smith, on Sunday, 4 February 1816 Blue Bell, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. They were married by Reverend George Wack.6,5,3 Jacob died on 11 June 1863 at Warren County, Illinois.2,7,8,5,3
Jacob was buried after 11 June 1863, in Section 1 of Mosher Cemetery, Monmouth Township, Warren County, Illinois.2,3

Tombstone

20072

Children of Jacob Henry Ryner and Rachel Spencer

Citations

  1. [S455] 1840 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Warren County,Illinois. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  2. [S1119] Mosher Cemetery, Monmouth Township, Illinois. Tombstones.
  3. [S112] N. Jimenez. "Ryner Family Group Sheets". Compiled April 10, 1999. N. Jimenez.
  4. [S574] Newton Bateman & Paul Selby. Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and History of Warren County. Volume II. Munsell Publishing Company, 1903.
  5. [S1330] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of N. Ryner Stahl.
  6. [S1838] Henry Sassaman Dotterer. The Perkiomen Region Past and Present. Volume 2. Perkiomen Publishing Company, 1900.
  7. [S1410] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of B. Smith Kinkaid.
  8. [S1331] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of Gabriel Barton.
  9. [S220] Kevin Ryner. "K. Ryner Email." E-mail to S. Kimminau. August 3, 2000. Privately owned by S. Kimminau.
  10. [S1332] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of Robert Ryner.
  11. [S1333] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of David Loveridge.

Rachel Spencer1,2

F, b. 20 June 1799, d. 2 June 1886
     Rachel Spencer was born on Thursday, 20 June 1799 Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to James Spencer Jr. and Elizabeth Smith.1,3
Rachel Spencer married Jacob Henry Ryner, son of Nicholas Ryner, on Sunday, 4 February 1816 Blue Bell, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. They were married by Reverend George Wack.4,5,3 Rachel died on 2 June 1886 at Monmouth, Warren County, Illinois, at the age of 86.1,6,2,3
Rachel was buried Thursday, 3 June 1886, in Section 1 of Mosher Cemetery, Monmouth Township, Warren County, Illinois.2,1,3

Tombstone

20072

Children of Rachel Spencer and Jacob Henry Ryner

Citations

  1. [S89] Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Rachel Ryner Death Certificate.
  2. [S1119] Mosher Cemetery, Monmouth Township, Illinois. Tombstones.
  3. [S112] N. Jimenez. "Ryner Family Group Sheets". Compiled April 10, 1999. N. Jimenez.
  4. [S1838] Henry Sassaman Dotterer. The Perkiomen Region Past and Present. Volume 2. Perkiomen Publishing Company, 1900.
  5. [S1330] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of N. Ryner Stahl.
  6. [S382] Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Warren County, IL Death Records (Index).
  7. [S1332] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of Robert Ryner.
  8. [S20] 1880 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Warren County, Illinois. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  9. [S1333] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of David Loveridge.
  10. [S1331] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of Gabriel Barton.

Daniel Ryner

M, b. 19 April 1818, d. 24 February 1899
     Daniel Ryner was born on Sunday, 19 April 1818 Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to Jacob Henry Ryner and Rachel Spencer.1
Daniel Ryner married Julia Augusta Fisher on Thursday, 19 March 1846 Coles County, Illinois.2,3,1 Daniel died on 24 February 1899 at Clio, Wayne County, Iowa, at the age of 80.1

Children of Daniel Ryner and Julia Augusta Fisher

Citations

  1. [S112] N. Jimenez. "Ryner Family Group Sheets". Compiled April 10, 1999. N. Jimenez.
  2. [S1630] Illinois. Coles County Clerk: Coles County, Illinois marriages.
  3. [S1631] 1925 State census for Wayne County, Iowa. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by State Historical Society of Iowa.
  4. [S12] 1860 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Warren County, Illinois. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  5. [S1625] 1880 Federal Enumeration Census for Wayne County, Iowa. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  6. [S1629] 1895 State census for Wayne County, Iowa. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by State Historical Society of Iowa.

Josiah Ryner1,2

M, b. 19 November 1820, d. 30 May 1902
     Josiah Ryner was born on Sunday, 19 November 1820 Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to Jacob Henry Ryner and Rachel Spencer.3,2,1,4,5,6
Josiah Ryner married Julia Anne Paddocks, daughter of Joseph Paddock and Mary Gilliland, on Wednesday, 21 April 1847 Kelly Township, Warren County, Illinois.7,4,2,3 Josiah died on 30 May 1902 at Warren County, Illinois, at the age of 81.6,2,8
Josiah was buried after 30 May 1902, Hope Cemetery, Kelly Township, Warren County, Illinois.1,3

Tombstone

20071

Children of Josiah Ryner and Julia Anne Paddocks

Citations

  1. [S1121] Hope Cemetery, Kelly Township, Illinois. Tombstones.
  2. [S287] P. White. "P. White email on January 11, 1999." E-mail to S. Kimminau. January 11, 1999. Privately owned by S. Kimminau.
  3. [S112] N. Jimenez. "Ryner Family Group Sheets". Compiled April 10, 1999. N. Jimenez.
  4. [S574] Newton Bateman & Paul Selby. Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and History of Warren County. Volume II. Munsell Publishing Company, 1903.
  5. [S51] 1900 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Warren County, Illinois. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  6. [S58] Cemetery Committee of the Warren County, Illinois, Genealogical Society. Tombstone Inscriptions -- Kelly Township, Warren County, Illinois. Comprising Hope Cemetery, Terpening Cemetery, Miles Cemetery, Potter Cemetery, Private Cemeteries. Illinois: Warren County, Illinois Genealogical Society, 1982.
  7. [S155] Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Warren County, Illinois Marriages.
  8. [S382] Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Warren County, IL Death Records (Index).
  9. [S1512] Iowa. Pottawattamie County Clerk: Pottawattamie County, Iowa Marriages.

Emeline Ryner

F, b. 3 December 1823, d. 30 May 1891
     Emeline Ryner was born on Wednesday, 3 December 1823 Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to Jacob Henry Ryner and Rachel Spencer.1
Emeline Ryner married Ethan Cox on Monday, 9 September 1844 Warren County, Illinois. Emeline died on 30 May 1891, at at her residence at Salem, Marion County, Oregon, at the age of 67.2
Emeline was buried after 30 May 1891, in Old section, Lot 135-01 of Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion County, Oregon.2

Citations

  1. [S112] N. Jimenez. "Ryner Family Group Sheets". Compiled April 10, 1999. N. Jimenez.
  2. [S1350] Find A Grave. Online http://www.findagrave.com/

Johnathan Ryner1,2

M, b. 10 April 1823, d. 1 September 1890
     Johnathan Ryner was born on Thursday, 10 April 1823 Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to Jacob Henry Ryner and Rachel Spencer.3,1
Johnathan Ryner married Philona Ames circa 1848.4 Johnathan died on 1 September 1890 at the age of 67.3

Children of Johnathan Ryner and Philona Ames

Citations

  1. [S330] 1880 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Clinton County, Iowa. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  2. [S512] 1900 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Clinton County, Iowa. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  3. [S112] N. Jimenez. "Ryner Family Group Sheets". Compiled April 10, 1999. N. Jimenez.
  4. [S642] 1850 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Clinton County, Iowa. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  5. [S1588] Iowa. Scott County Clerk: Scott County, Iowa Marriages.
  6. [S448] 1930 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Clinton County, Iowa. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  7. [S1605] Iowa. Clinton County Recorder: Clinton County, Iowa Marriages.

Henry Ryner

M, b. 9 April 1832, d. before 1932
     Henry Ryner was born on Monday, 9 April 1832 Loraine County, Ohio, to Jacob Henry Ryner and Rachel Spencer.1
Henry Ryner married Mary Ann Anthony on Sunday, 26 October 1856 Warren County, Illinois.2 Henry died before 1932.
     He was involved in the Civil War between 2 August 1862 and 26 June 1865.3,1

Children of Henry Ryner and Mary Ann Anthony

Citations

  1. [S112] N. Jimenez. "Ryner Family Group Sheets". Compiled April 10, 1999. N. Jimenez.
  2. [S155] Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Warren County, Illinois Marriages.
  3. [S488] Ryner, Jacob Warren Family Papers. (1829-1899) Current owner as of 2007: Illinois State Historical Library, Springfield, Illinois.
  4. [S12] 1860 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Warren County, Illinois. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).

James Samuel Ryner1,2

M, b. 15 April 1828, d. 9 December 1911
     James Samuel Ryner was born on Tuesday, 15 April 1828 Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to Jacob Henry Ryner and Rachel Spencer.3,4,5,1
James Samuel Ryner married Mary E. Wallace on Monday, 14 August 1854 Warren County, Illinois.6,1
James Samuel Ryner married Mary Emeline Gorden, daughter of William Smith A. Gorden and Ann Wilson, on Saturday, 29 October 1859 Warren County, Illinois.6,5,1 James died on 9 December 1911 at Gerlaw, Warren County, Illinois, at the age of 83.7,4,5,1
James was buried Monday, 11 December 1911, Gerlaw Cemetery, Alexis Village, Spring Grove Township, Warren County, Illinois.8,1
     An obituary was published in the Monmouth, Illinois, The Monmouth Review, 9 December 1911 .8

Children of James Samuel Ryner and Mary E. Wallace

Children of James Samuel Ryner and Mary Emeline Gorden

Citations

  1. [S112] N. Jimenez. "Ryner Family Group Sheets". Compiled April 10, 1999. N. Jimenez.
  2. [S220] Kevin Ryner. "K. Ryner Email." E-mail to S. Kimminau. August 3, 2000. Privately owned by S. Kimminau.
  3. [S51] 1900 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Warren County, Illinois. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  4. [S1332] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of Robert Ryner.
  5. [S1330] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of N. Ryner Stahl.
  6. [S155] Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Warren County, Illinois Marriages.
  7. [S382] Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Warren County, IL Death Records (Index).
  8. [S767] Hugh R. Moffitt. Deaths and Obituaries Extracted from Moffitt Book, which were originally taken from the Monmouth Review newspaper. Volume 12. Warren County Illinois Genealogical Society, Sept. 1911 - June 1913.

Jacob Warren Ryner1,2

M, b. 1836, d. 5 December 1890
     Jacob Warren Ryner was born in 1836 New York to Jacob Henry Ryner and Rachel Spencer.1
Jacob Warren Ryner married Martha Jane Smith, daughter of John Smith and Mary A. Broadstone, on Thursday, 7 December 1865 Warren County, Illinois.3,4,5,2 Jacob died on 5 December 1890 at Monmouth, Warren County, Illinois.6,4,5,2 His will and estate were probated on 20 December 1890 at Warren County, Illinois.7

Children of Jacob Warren Ryner and Martha Jane Smith

Citations

  1. [S20] 1880 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Warren County, Illinois. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  2. [S1331] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of Gabriel Barton.
  3. [S155] Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Warren County, Illinois Marriages.
  4. [S1410] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of B. Smith Kinkaid.
  5. [S1333] Early Pioneers of Warren County Illinois. Lineage application of David Loveridge.
  6. [S93] Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Last Will & Testament of Jacob Henry Ryner.
  7. [S1172] Warren County, Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Probate file for Jacob Warren Ryner, 1890. probate case files.

Eliza Ann Ryner

F, b. 1837, d. before 1937
     Eliza Ann Ryner was born in 1837 Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to Jacob Henry Ryner and Rachel Spencer.
Eliza Ann Ryner married Edward Morrow on Thursday, 25 December 1862 Warren County, Illinois.1,2,3 Eliza died before 1937.

Children of Eliza Ann Ryner and Edward Morrow

Citations

  1. [S94] Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Rachel (Spencer) Ryner Estate Probate File, 1886. Probate Case Files.
  2. [S112] N. Jimenez. "Ryner Family Group Sheets". Compiled April 10, 1999. N. Jimenez.
  3. [S155] Illinois. Warren County Clerk: Warren County, Illinois Marriages.
  4. [S22] 1870 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Warren County, Illinois. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).
  5. [S20] 1880 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Warren County, Illinois. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).

Alice Ryner1

F, b. 1839, d. before 1939
     Alice Ryner was born in 1839 Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to Jacob Henry Ryner and Rachel Spencer. Alice died before 1939.

Citations

  1. [S112] N. Jimenez. "Ryner Family Group Sheets". Compiled April 10, 1999. N. Jimenez.

Nicholas Ryner1

M, b. circa 1760, d. before 1828
     Nicholas Ryner was born circa 1760 Wurttemberg, Prussia, to William Ryner.
Nicholas Ryner married an unknown person circa 1778. Nicholas died before 1828 at Pennsylvania.2
     He was involved in the Revolutionary War between 1780 and 1783 at 1st Battalion, 8th Company, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.

Children of Nicholas Ryner

Citations

  1. [S112] N. Jimenez. "Ryner Family Group Sheets". Compiled April 10, 1999. N. Jimenez.
  2. [S574] Newton Bateman & Paul Selby. Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and History of Warren County. Volume II. Munsell Publishing Company, 1903.
  3. [S15] 1810 U.S. Federal Enumeration Census for Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Digital image online by subscription. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com. Original held by NARA (U.S. National Archives).

James Spencer Jr.

M, b. 1762, d. February 1832
     James Spencer Jr. was born in 1762 Upper Dublin Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, to James Spencer Sr. and Sarah Walton.
James Spencer Jr. married Elizabeth Smith on Saturday, 9 May 1795 at Abington Presbyterian Church, Abington, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1,2 James died in February 1832.
     He was involved in the Revolutionary War in 1776.

Children of James Spencer Jr. and Elizabeth Smith

Citations

  1. [S198] Charlotte Meldrum. Marriages and Deaths of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1685-1800. Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999.
  2. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.
  3. [S574] Newton Bateman & Paul Selby. Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and History of Warren County. Volume II. Munsell Publishing Company, 1903.

Elizabeth Smith

F, b. 4 March 1777, d. 22 July 1858
     Elizabeth Smith was born on Tuesday, 4 March 1777 Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1
Elizabeth Smith married James Spencer Jr., son of James Spencer Sr. and Sarah Walton, on Saturday, 9 May 1795 at Abington Presbyterian Church, Abington, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.2,3 Elizabeth died on 22 July 1858 at Horsham, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, at the age of 81.1
Elizabeth was buried Saturday, 24 July 1858, Horsham Cemetery, Horsham, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1

Children of Elizabeth Smith and James Spencer Jr.

Citations

  1. [S488] Ryner, Jacob Warren Family Papers. (1829-1899) Current owner as of 2007: Illinois State Historical Library, Springfield, Illinois.
  2. [S198] Charlotte Meldrum. Marriages and Deaths of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1685-1800. Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999.
  3. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.
  4. [S574] Newton Bateman & Paul Selby. Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and History of Warren County. Volume II. Munsell Publishing Company, 1903.

Hannah Spencer

F, b. 1795, d. before 1895
     Hannah Spencer was born in 1795 Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to James Spencer Jr. and Elizabeth Smith.
Hannah Spencer married Jesse Cline circa 1805.1 Hannah died before 1895.

Citations

  1. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.

Josiah Spencer

M, b. 1797, d. before 1897
     Josiah Spencer was born in 1797 Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to James Spencer Jr. and Elizabeth Smith.
Josiah Spencer married (?) Cooper circa 1825.1 Josiah died before 1897.

Citations

  1. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.

James Spencer Sr.1

M, b. 16 June 1734, d. 19 March 1813
     James Spencer Sr. was born on Wednesday, 16 June 1734 Northampton Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to William Spencer and Elizabeth Lewis.1 James Spencer Sr. and Sarah Walton were married in a Quaker service at Horsham Friends Meeting House (located in Horsham Township, Pennsylvania) on 23 May 1761.2,1 James Spencer Sr. and Elizabeth Lukens were married in a Quaker service at Horsham Friends Monthly Meeting (located in Horsham Township, Pennsylvania) on 2d 4mo 1788.3,4 James died on 19 March 1813 at Upper Dublin, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, at the age of 78.4,1

Children of James Spencer Sr. and Sarah Walton

Child of James Spencer Sr. and Elizabeth Lukens

Citations

  1. [S369] Norman Walton Swayne, Byberry Waltons. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Stevenson Brothers, 1958.
  2. [S198] Charlotte Meldrum. Marriages and Deaths of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1685-1800. Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999.
  3. [S161] Pennsylvania. Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College: Horsham Friends Monthly Meeting Records.
  4. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.

Sarah Walton1

F, b. 23 December 1734, d. between 3 February 1786 and 21 April 1787
     Sarah Walton was born on Thursday, 23 December 1734 Moreland Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, to Jeremiah Walton and Elizabeth Walmsley.1,2 Sarah Walton and James Spencer Sr. were married in a Quaker service at Horsham Friends Meeting House (located in Horsham Township, Pennsylvania) on 23 May 1761.3,1 Sarah died between 3 February 1786 and 21 April 1787 at Pennsylvania.4

Children of Sarah Walton and James Spencer Sr.

Citations

  1. [S369] Norman Walton Swayne, Byberry Waltons. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Stevenson Brothers, 1958.
  2. [S519] Abington Monthly Meeting, Births & Deaths, 1682-1809, Volume 1. Salt Lake City, Utah, 1948.
  3. [S198] Charlotte Meldrum. Marriages and Deaths of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1685-1800. Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999.
  4. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.

Josiah Spencer

M, b. circa 1764, d. before 1812
     Josiah Spencer was born circa 1764 Moreland Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, to James Spencer Sr. and Sarah Walton.
Josiah Spencer married Mary Lloyd, daughter of (?) Lloyd, circa 1785.1 Josiah died before 1812.2

Citations

  1. [S369] Norman Walton Swayne, Byberry Waltons. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Stevenson Brothers, 1958.
  2. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.

Enos Spencer

M, b. circa 1766, d. before 1812
     Enos Spencer was born circa 1766 Moreland Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, to James Spencer Sr. and Sarah Walton.
Enos Spencer married Miriam Lloyd, daughter of (?) Lloyd, circa 1785.1 Enos died before 1812.2

Citations

  1. [S369] Norman Walton Swayne, Byberry Waltons. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Stevenson Brothers, 1958.
  2. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.

William Spencer

M, b. circa 1768, d. after 1812
     William Spencer was born circa 1768 Moreland Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, to James Spencer Sr. and Sarah Walton.
William Spencer married Hannah Walton, daughter of William Walton and Mercy Walton, circa 1788. William died after 1812.

Child of William Spencer and Hannah Walton

Seneca Spencer

M, b. circa 1790, d. before 1812
     Seneca Spencer was born circa 1790 Moreland Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, to James Spencer Sr. and Elizabeth Lukens. Seneca died before 1812.1

Citations

  1. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.

Ezra Spencer

M, b. circa 1770, d. before 1812
     Ezra Spencer was born circa 1770 Moreland Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, to James Spencer Sr. and Sarah Walton.
Ezra Spencer married Sarah (?) circa 1790.1 Ezra died before 1812.1

Children of Ezra Spencer and Sarah (?)

Citations

  1. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.

Elizabeth Spencer

F, b. circa 1772, d. 21 May 1849
     Elizabeth Spencer was born circa 1772 Moreland Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, to James Spencer Sr. and Sarah Walton.
Elizabeth Spencer married Peter Shoemaker on Friday, 3 November 1786 at Abington Presbyterian Church, Abington, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.1 Elizabeth died on 21 May 1849.1

Citations

  1. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.

Abner Spencer

M, b. 1775, d. before 1864
     Abner Spencer was born in 1775 Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to James Spencer Sr. and Sarah Walton.1
Abner Spencer married Mary Muckleson circa 1795.1 Abner died before 1864.

Citations

  1. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.

William Spencer1

M, b. 1 January 1701, d. 20 May 1756
     William Spencer was born on Saturday, 1 January 1701 Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to Samuel Spencer and Elizabeth Whitton. William Spencer and Elizabeth Lewis were married in a Quaker service at Gwynedd Meeting House (located in Pennsylvania) on 24d 3mo 1733.1,2 William died on 20 May 1756 at Northampton Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, at the age of 55.3
William was buried after 20 May 1756, Horsham Burial Ground, Horsham Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Children of William Spencer and Elizabeth Lewis

Citations

  1. [S162] Pennsylvania. Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College: Spencer-Lewis Marriage Certifitcate.
  2. [S198] Charlotte Meldrum. Marriages and Deaths of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1685-1800. Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999.
  3. [S255] Howard M. Jenkins. Descendants of Samuel Spencer of Pennsylvania. 1904. Reprint Philadelphia, PA: Ferris & Leach (1904), 2000.
  4. [S165] Pennsylvania. Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College: Spencer-Kenderdine Marriage Certificate.

Elizabeth Lewis

F, b. March 1705, d. 11 April 1789
     Elizabeth Lewis was born in March 1705 Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to Ellis Lewis Sr. and Anne (?). Elizabeth Lewis and William Spencer were married in a Quaker service at Gwynedd Meeting House (located in Pennsylvania) on 24d 3mo 1733.1,2 Elizabeth died on 11 April 1789 at Middletown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, at the age of 84.

Children of Elizabeth Lewis and William Spencer

Citations

  1. [S162] Pennsylvania. Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College: Spencer-Lewis Marriage Certifitcate.
  2. [S198] Charlotte Meldrum. Marriages and Deaths of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1685-1800. Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999.

Thomas Spencer

M, b. 1 November 1736, d. 3 April 1811
     Thomas Spencer was born on Thursday, 1 November 1736 Northampton Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to William Spencer and Elizabeth Lewis. Thomas Spencer and Mary Hallowell were married in a Quaker service at Abington Monthly Meeting (located in Pennsylvania) on 16 December 1760.1 Thomas died on 3 April 1811 at Northampton, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, at the age of 74.

Children of Thomas Spencer and Mary Hallowell

Citations

  1. [S198] Charlotte Meldrum. Marriages and Deaths of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1685-1800. Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999.

Ann Spencer

F, b. 16 January 1737, d. before 1837
     Ann Spencer was born on Wednesday, 16 January 1737 Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to William Spencer and Elizabeth Lewis. Ann Spencer and James Hayhurst were married in a Quaker service at Abington Monthly Meeting (located in Pennsylvania) on 7 April 1757.1 Ann died before 1837.

Children of Ann Spencer and James Hayhurst

Citations

  1. [S198] Charlotte Meldrum. Marriages and Deaths of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1685-1800. Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999.

Sarah Spencer

F, b. 6 March 1739/40, d. before 1840
     Sarah Spencer was born on Sunday, 6 March 1739/40 Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to William Spencer and Elizabeth Lewis. Sarah died before 1840.