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Looking for info on Daniel D. Spencer and wife Mary A. Parker
Posted by: Laura Baumeister (ID *****0998) Date: October 20, 2006 at 16:59:03
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My gr.gr.gr. grandparents were Daniel D. Spencer and his wife Mary (Parker). From what I can gather from census records, Daniel was born about 1810 and he had died June 5, 1895 in Roulette (Potter Co.), PA. Mary had died January of 1884 and was buried in the West Genessee Cemetery in Obi (outskirts or part of Genessee??). Some of their children were named Elizabeth (my gr.gr.grandmother), Charles Frank, Almond, Eli, and Isaac. Their daughter Elizabeth was born in 1839 in Olean and later became the second wife of Oren Butterfield (Nancy Reed was his first wife). I have not been able to find anything further on Daniel or his wife and did not know if anyone is familiar with this family or can point me in the direction of where I could look for further records or information. I would like to find their siblings & parents (& even further back) as well as all of their children. Census records have indicated various years of birth for Mary which makes it a bit difficult to determine what year she actually was born. Daniel and Mary's daughter, Elizabeth, was supposed to have been married Sept 1857 in Allegany County. Any help would be greatly appreciated!


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