(est 1570-Abt 1623)
Presumptive and circimstancial that he was the John Spicer, father of John and Thomas, and also the signer of the first charter of the corporation of Dorcester, and also was a burgess and a representative to Westminster to James I's first parliament. That is quite well documented in Hutchins and the Mayo book of municipal records of Dorchester. That he was the father of Thomas and Walter is based solely on the dates and location of their baptisms which give their father as "John Spicer," but with no mother.
• Constable, 1583, Dorchester, Dorset, England. 1965
• Politics: Representative to the first parliament of James I, 1603, Westminster. 1965,1966
• Named in will: William Read, father of Thomasine, 13 May 1608, Dorchester, Dorset, England. 1961 "...to daughter Thomasine to wife of John SPICER 40s ; To Thomas and Walter SPICER sons of John SPICER and Thomasine 20s..."
• Politics: Attended the Visitation, 9 Aug 1623, Dorchester, Dorset, England. 1967
John married Thomasine Read, daughter of William Read and Elizabeth Bishoppe, 13 Oct 1600 in Dorchester, Dorset, England.1963 (Thomasine Read was born in 1581, christened 10 Feb 1581 in Dorchester, Dorset, England 1968,1969 and died after 1660.)
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