Spencer Family Tree of Ted & Barbara Spencer

Sarah Thomas

b. 20 February 1801, Chipping Barnet,


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




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





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