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Spencer and allied families in North Carolina and Virginia (Halifax, Person, Granville, Pittsylvania, Mecklenburg and Charlotte counties) : genealogy family charts for the following names, Spencer, Ingram, Yancey, Davis, Burch, Slaughter, Lyon, Clark, Hughes, Anderson, Jeter, Woody, Warren, Clayton and Gill

Spencer, William F. (William Francis) 1922-
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Wendell, North Carolina : W.F. Spencer, 1984
64 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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John W. Spencer (1720-1776) married Sarah Watkins in 1742, lived in Charlotte County, Virginia, and served in the Revolutionary War. His grandson, Banister Dodson Spencer (1807-1975), moved to Halifax County, Virginia and married Elizabeth Y. Henderson in 1832. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Florida, Arkansas and elsewhere.

Includes Burch, Ingram, Jeter, Lyon, Slaughter, Yancey and related families.

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