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John Spencer--ENG to PA--mid 1700's
Posted by: Julie (ID *****0824) Date: January 25, 2003 at 12:06:55
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Hello all! I am looking for information on John Spencer who came to PA from England in the mid 1700's. He came through Ireland. He had three sons, RObert, William, and John. All born around 1790. They settled in Junita Valley, PA. Supposedly one of few families that survived during the war with the Indians???

Not for sure about this information--this was what a great aunt of mine had stated and she did do a lot of leg work.

One son, Robert, went to Ohio, and married Rebecca Shryer and then came to Illinois, Calhoun County. One son went ot TX and unknown about the other son.

Does this sound familiar to anyone? Please contact me here or email me direct if you can help!

Thanks, Julie

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