Ancestors of Mandy Willard

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Richard SPICER
b: 1682 Brighton, Sussex
d: 1749 Brighton, Sussex
m: ?


My Pedigree


Richard SPICER
b: 1722 Brighton, Sussex
d: 1800 Brighton, Sussex
m: 1746 Stanmer, Sussex

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b: ?
d: ?


Richard SPICER
b: 1751 Brighton, Sussex

d: 1811 Brighton, Sussex
m: 1778 Brighton, Sussex


William ASHBY
b: ?
d: ?
m: 1724 Lewes, Sussex


b: 1724 Brighton, Sussex
d: 1769 Brighton, Sussex


b: 1699 Brighton, Sussex
d: 1784 Brighton, Sussex

Richard SPICER
b: abt 1780/1
d: 1858 Brighton, Sussex
m: 1802 Brighton, Sussex
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William TERRY
b: ?
d: 1761 Woodmancote, Sussex
m: 1728 Shipley, Sussex


William TERRY
b: 1731 Woodmancote, Sussex
d: 1786 Woodmancote, Sussex
m: 1755 Woodmancote, Sussex


b: ?
d: 1757 Woodmancote, Sussex


b: 1755 Newtimber, Sussex

d: 1830 Brighton, Sussex


b: 1707 Hurstpierpoint, Sussex
d: 1784 Newtimber, Sussex
m: 1732 Pyecombe, Sussex

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Elizabeth STEEL
b: 1733 Hurstpierpoint, Sussex
d: 1769 Woodmancote, Sussex


b: 1713 Hurstpierpoint, Sussex
d: 1791 Newtimber, Sussex

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This page was updated on 19 May 2012