Spencer Family Tree of Ted & Barbara Spencer

Mark Spencer

Walkergate: No 16 was the residence of the Spencer family in 1851, the year of Mark’s death. Pic circa 2004

Well Lane: The residence of the Mark Spencer & family circa 1835. Pic 2004

 

 

1801

At the time of the first census, Beverley’s population was 54 000, which was about the same as it had been 400 years previously

 

 

 

1805

Admiral Lord Nelson led Britain to victory against combined French & Spanish fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar

 

 

 

1832

The Great Reform bill extends voting rights to all male property owners

 

 

b. 1805
bp: 24 Nov 1805, All Hallows Church, Walkington, E/Yks
Parents:
John Spencer & Elizabeth Spencer (nee Page)

d. 17 Feb 1851, Beverley, E/Yks (ag. 45)
occ. Land surveyor

 

 

 

 

 

Reproduced with the kind permission of the

Archivist for East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Known Siblings:

(all b./bp. Walkington, E/Yks)
* Page (1803)

* Mary (1808)

* John (1809; d. 1834)
* Richard (1812)

* William (1815)

* Elizabeth (b. 1817)

m: 20 July 1829, St Mary’s Church, Lockington, E/Yks

Sp: Ann HARDY

Known Children: (all bp. Beverley, E/Yks)
* Elizabeth Spencer (bp.1830)
*
Page SPENCER (bp. 22 Aug
1831, Beverley Minster)
* Marianne Spencer (bp. 1835)

* Emma Spencer (bp. 1836)