Spencer Family Tree of Ted & Barbara Spencer

Sarah Thomas

b. 20 February 1801, Chipping Barnet,

Hertfordshire

bp. 27 Oct 1805, St John the Baptist Church,

Chipping Barnet

Parents: Richard & Margaret Thomas

  

 d: Jan.Q. 1885, Islington, London (age 83)

 occ: Laundress

 

 Known Siblings: 

(all b/bp Chipping Barnet)
* Elizabeth (1805)

* William (1805)

* Ann (1809)

* Caroline (1812)

* Richard (1813)

 

m: 8 April 1822, St George, Hanover Square, Westminster, London

 

 Sp: Nehemiah SMITH

 

 Known Children: all b/bt  Corfu, Greece & St Pancras

* Ann SMITH (b. 16 Feb 1828, 

Corfu, Greece/ bp.6 April 1828, Corfu)

* John Smith (1830)

* Mary Smith (1832)

* Nehemiah Smith (1837)

* Thomas Smith (1840)

 

(Note: 2nd m SeptQ 1848, St Pancras of Sarah Smith to

John Pitt, carpenter,  b Tewksbury, Glos. No issue)

St John the Baptist Church, Chipping Barnet, Hertfordshire www.barnetparishchurch.org.uk

 

 

1801

The parish of Chipping Barnet, Hertfordshire had a population of 1,258 and covered an area of 1,440 acres

 

 

 

1821

John Constable, landscape artist, paints ‘The Hay Wain’

 

 

 

1849

The bowler hat was designed by London milliners, Thomas and William Bowler—originally as a protective riding hat. It was adopted as the hat of choice by American cowboys

 

 

 

1877

Queen Victoria proclaimed Empress of India in Delhi