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Spencer Family Tree of Ted & Barbara Spencer




William IV on the throne; and Earl Grey (Whig) is Prime Minister (1830-1834)





The population of Beverley, East Yorkshire had reached 7400





Population of Batley was 14,173





The paperclip was invented by Johann Vaaler of Norway and patented by him in Germany



b: 1831, Eastgate, Beverley, E/Yks
bp: 22 Aug 1831, St John & St Martin (Beverley Minster), Beverley          

Parents: Mark Spencer & Ann Spencer (nee Hardy

d: 13 December 1903, Batley, W/Yks
occ: Architect, Land Surveyor & Civil Engineer

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Spencer can be found at the East Yorkshire Archive, at the National Archive, and he is listed in Batley Trade Directories and in the Directory of British Architects, 1868-1886.)


Siblings: (all born Beverley)
* Elizabeth (1830)
* Marianne (1835)
* Emma (1836)

m: 26 May 1860, All Saints Church, Batley, W/Yks

Sp: Lucy Ann TEALE





Children: (all born Batley/Batley Carr)
* Charles Robert Spencer (1861)
* Susan Parker Spencer (1864)

* Edith Spencer (1866-1866)
* Lucy Spencer (1867)
* Frederick SPENCER

(b. 21 April 1871, Batley Carr)