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Old 20-03-15, 19:33
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Parents of Thomas Spicer

Name - "official" name and what they were known as
Ayers or Ayres Spicer
Date and place of birth
Abt 1698 Childrey, Berkshire
Names of parents
Thomas Spicer and Elizabeth nee Ayers
Date and place of baptism
17 July 1698 Childrey, Berkshire
Details of each of his or her marriages - if any
to Mary, place and date unknown (first child bapt in Lambourne 1733)
Occupation(s) - if any
?
Addresses where they lived
Childrey and Eastbury & Lambourne, in Berkshire
Date, place and cause of death
Apr 1761 Lambourne, Berkshire
Date and place of burial.
16 Apr 1761, St Michael & All Angels, Lambourne, Berkshire
Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable
none
Memorial inscription - if any
?

Of Mary all I know is that she and Ayers had 5 children bapt at Lambourne, Berkshire from 1733-1740 and she was buried there on 1 Mar 1750, wife of Ayers abode “Est” [Eastbury, their abode on the children's bapts)

Last edited by Jill; 15-11-23 at 06:02. Reason: Added bit about Eastbury
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Old 23-03-15, 13:10
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FMP has a marriage licence bond transcription for Aires Spicer of Lambourn, Berks, and Mary Quelch of Stoke, Oxfordshire, 13 Sep 1732. Marriage place Abingdon.
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Old 26-03-15, 18:53
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Thankyou kiterunner!

Only just seen your reply and funnily enough my son has just given me the Oxford FHS cd for Abingdon for my birthday, have just looked it up on there they married at St Helen same date as the licence, I'd got it to untangle my Badcocks little suspecting to find other ancestors. (They've called him Aries)
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Old 13-11-23, 20:33
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Ayers was the executor of his father's will in 1732, which also helps pinpoint his father's burial which was 1731 not 1738 which everyone including me thought. It also names his mother as Elizabeth, and four siblings.
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