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The ancestry of Phebe Spalding (1786-1835) : with some of her allied and collateral lines from the 1500's through the 1800's including: Blower, Boaden, Brackett, Brow/e, French, Godfrey, Goodwin, Green, Head, Heald, Haynes, Ingersoll, Lamb, Moulton, Page, Salisbury, Ward

Spalding
compiled and published by Elizabeth F. Baty
Baty, Elizabeth F. (Main Author)
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English
Cottage Grove, Oregon : E.F. Baty, 1995
111 leaves. : ill., maps.

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Cover title: Spalding.

Phebe Spalding (1786-1835), the daughter ofEdward Spalding (1761-1813), a Revolutionary War soldier, and Abigail Salisbury Spalding (1764-1843) was probably born at Chemung Point, Chemung County, New York. She moved to Seneca County, New York, with her family, ca. 1798. She married Martin Lamb (ca. 1780-1843) in Seneca County, ca. 1803. They had ten children, ca. 1804-1822, possibly in Onondaga County, Seneca County, and/or Wayne County, New York. The family later migrated to Sandusky County, Ohio, where Phebe and Martin died.

Ancestors include: Willfred Spalding (fl. 1595-1603) of Cornhill, London, England; and his son, Edward Spalding (1596-1670) of Cornhill, London, England; James City, Virginia; Braintree and Wenham, Massachusetts -- Andrew Brown (b. ca. 1625) of Scarborough, Maine -- William Salisbury (ca. 1622-1675) of Denbighshire, Wales; Dorchester and Swansea, Massachusetts.

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