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William Spicer, Sr. - Edgecombe Cty,NC

William Spicer, Sr. - Edgecombe Cty,NC

Alice Spicer (View posts)
Posted: 9 Feb 2001 2:50PM GMT
William Spicer entered Edgecombe County, NC in 1740. He was born in 1729. I'm trying to find where he was born. William married Nancy in NC in 1750. He may have come from Virginia. If you have any information on him, I'd appreciate it.

William Spicer

Posted: 16 May 2001 9:56PM GMT
Edited: 9 Jan 2003 3:45PM GMT
I am not sure this is the correct William
Spicer, but have you tried Culpepper Co, VA?
I found this in the Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files.

William Spicer in Culpepper Co., VA

Alice Spicer (View posts)
Posted: 17 May 2001 3:04AM GMT
Thanks very much for your note. In it you refer to an item you found in the Revolutionary War pension files. Can you tell me more about the item or where to find it?

William Spicer Culpepper Co, VA

Posted: 17 May 2001 4:45AM GMT
Edited: 9 Jan 2003 3:45PM GMT
I found a William Spicer listed in a book
called Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files by Virgil D. White
ISBN# 0-945099-18-5 on page 3273. I came
across this and felt that he very likely was
my ancestor. Please email me privately to
discuss our "possible" kinship in more detail.

Ancestors?

Alice (View posts)
Posted: 17 May 2001 8:51AM GMT
Jama,
Most of my family history is about the Spicers in Edgecombe County, NC. William Sr. is the earliest one I can find. Then there is a Moses Spicer who married Delilah Calhoun. There's also a William Calvin Spicer, jr. Anything sound familiar?

Ancestors in NC

Posted: 17 May 2001 2:54PM GMT
Edited: 9 Jan 2003 3:45PM GMT
Alice,

I have not been able to prove all my
theory as of yet, but it looks like my
family members are from Wilkes Co., NC
William Spicer appears in the 1800 and 1810 Census in Wilkes. I am awaiting some documents from the National and State Archives which should provide additional
information.

Wilkes

Alice (View posts)
Posted: 17 May 2001 4:03PM GMT
Jama,
Let me know if your search leads you to Edgecombe Cty. I have much more data on that group of Spicers.

Alice

Spicers in Wilkes County

Jennifer Cooper (View posts)
Posted: 29 May 2001 7:22AM GMT
Saw your posting on Spicers in Wilkes County. My Grandmother was Izetta Spicer Craven, age 100 when she died a few years ago). Her Spicer side of the family is well documented and has been published in a book by another member of the family. I will be happy to provide information if it will be helpful to you. Just let me know what you are looking for.

Spicer's in Wilkes Co.

Posted: 29 May 2001 9:09AM GMT
Edited: 9 Jan 2003 3:45PM GMT
Jennifer,

Thank you for your kind offer. I would definitely love to explore Spicer's in Wilkes Co. further. Again, thanks for your
help.

I am trying to determine if a man named William Spicer listed in the book, Abstract of Rev. War Pension Files is linked to my
branch of Spicer's. He is born in Culpeper
Co, VA but applies for his pension in Wilkes Co. in 1833. I was told that my branch came
through Wilkes Co., but I have no proof.

My ancestors are:
Solomon Spicer
(died in Middle,TN Weakley Co.) However,
I do not have any idea where he came from originally.


William L. Spicer b. 1861 (Sevier Co.)
William Theodore Spicer, Sr (")
William Theodore Spicer, Jr. (")
Jerry Don Spicer (")
Jama Spicer Sutton (")

Spicers in Wilkes

Jennifer Cooper (View posts)
Posted: 29 May 2001 10:00AM GMT
Jama

I'll check the names you provided in the book and get back with you.

Jennifer
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