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Battle, Robert, "Ancestors and Descendants of William1 Spencer, Immigrant to Georgia in 1742," TAG vol. 77 (2002), pp. 81-93.

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Will of Elizabeth Spencer of Marsh Court [Pencombe, Herefordshire, England], "Widowe late wief of Roger Spencer deceased," dated 27 May 1633, proved 7 Oct. 1633:
Names elder son Thomas Spencer (executor), younger son William Spencer, daughters Margaret Spencer and Susan Spencer, goddaughter Elizabeth Hill, other children of brother William Hill, daughters of brother William Spencer (Elizabeth, Joan, Anne, and Alice), Joan daughter of brother Richard Spencer, "sister Staple," sister Anne Spencer (wife of brother Thomas Spencer), children of brother Thomas Spencer (unnamed), sister Jane Syrrell, other goddaughters (Mary Syrell, Elizabeth Staple, Elizabeth Evettes, and Elizabeth Greene), maids (unnamed), servants (John Trehearne and Thomas Brown), and several people with no relationship given (widow Bevan, Walter Herbert, Avice Stone, James Whitney and wife, William Hill of Hegthorne, James [Awood], [Phe] Riffins, Anne Evettes al[ia]s Davies, Hugh Bowen, Anne Syrrell, widow Crimpe, William Tomlins, Dorothy Hall, Margaret Caldoe, William Powell, Giles Powell, Thomas [Phes], and Rober Wilkes); mentions the will of her late husband; overseers Mr. Greene (minister), Mr. Thomas Eaton, and brother William Spencer; signed by mark; witnesses, John Greene, Thomas Eaton, and Thomas Powell (signed by mark); value of estate £409 19s. 7d.19.
19 Consistory Court of Hereford, original wills, filmed alphabetically [FHL film #91,672].

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