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George Spicer
(1818-1874)

 

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1. Ann Samways

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George Spicer 56

  • Born: 1818 56
  • Christened: 25 Oct 1818, West Stafford, Dorset, England 1073,1095
  • Marriage (1): Ann Samways 11 Apr 1839 in Broadmayne, Dorset, England 1101,1102
  • Died: 11 Jan 1874, Stepney, Middlesex, England at age 56 1103
  • Buried: 19 Jan 1874, Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, London, England 1075,1104
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bullet  General Notes:

A George Spicer was a witness at the marriage of James Spicer and Sarah Pitt.

1841 Census shows him at Southover, Tolpuddle, same abode/profession as on Henry's birth certificate. (Was he a dairyman at Southover alongside his brother James?)

Nigel's Notes:

Possibly married Ann Samways, Dorchester RD, Q2 1839. (There are several families of Samways in Broadmayne on 1851 census).

Possible death in Q1 1874 in Stepney RD aged 55.

1841 Census at Southover: George (22, dairyman), Ann (21), Susannah (1).

Did George takeover at Southover as dairyman from his elder brother James when he (James) moved to farm at Corsley, Wiltshire?

1851 Census at Turnerspuddle: George (32, born West Stafford), Ann (33, born Broadmayne), Samuel (11, born Broadmayne), Sarah (9, born Southover), George (5, born Southover).

1861 Census at Tolpuddle: George (42, head, mar, miller, b. Stafford), Ann (42, wife, b. Broadmayne), Sarah (18, dau, b. Southover), James (3, son, b. Tolpuddle). Also Sam Samways Spicer (21, head, mar, miller, b. Broadmayne), Eliza (30, wife, b. Harborne, Staffordshire). Sam Samways Spicer may be son of George Spicer.

1871 census at 45 Ordell Road (?), St Mary, Stratford le Bow, London: George (51, head, M, Cheesemonger, b. Stafford), Ann (52, wife, b. BroadMayne), James (13, son, b. Tolpuddle). [RG 10/576/

1881 census at Bovington, Wool: Samuel Day (36, head, mar, Ag Lab, b. Fordington), Maria O (31, wife, b. Tolpuddle), 6 children, George Spicer (64, widower, father-in-law, Ag Lab, b. Tolpuddle). N.B. This is not same George Spicer as on 1861 above: this one was a widower aged 44 in Tolpuddle on 1861 census, with daughter Maria Oliver Spicer. There is a George (63) and Sarah (63) Spicer at a lodging house in Uxbridge: birthplaces not known. James Spicer (22, servant,U, b. Tolpudddle) is at a grocer's merchant in Battersea. 56

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bullet  Events

Marriage, 1 Jun 1837, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, England. 56,163 George Spicer witness at marriage, assumed to be younger brother.
Why they married in Wimborne Minster is somewhat of a mystery although there is a connection: William Pitt owned a house on Holt Green there in 1838 and there is the family of John (38) and Mary Jenkins Pitt (36) who lived on King Street in 1841 with a large family. Married in 1823 in Wimborne (Ancestry database)
Exactly who John was is not determined, but likely another son of William Pitt and thereby a brother of Sarah possibly. The Jenkins surname is curious since in the 1861 census of Charles Besant there is a William Jenkins, age 5, grandson, who remained with the family for several decades.
John Pitt was born in Ringwood, Hants, per the 1861 census. John and Mary are also on the 1851 census at the same place, but the children are slightly different.


Census, 1841, Tolpuddle, Dorset, England. 56,1105 George (22, dairyman)

Census, 1851, Turnerspuddle, Dorset, England. 56,1106 George (32, born West Stafford)

Occupation. 56 Dairyman

Census, 1861, Tolpuddle, Dorset, England. 1107 Miller

residence, 1867, Tolpuddle, Dorset, England. per the Administration of his mother's will as Surety to his brother's administration.

Probate, 4 May 1867, Blandford, Dorest, England. 1108 "Effects under 300. Personal estate and effects of Rosanna otherwise Sarah Rosanna Spicer, late of Bovington Farm in the Parish of Wool...widow deceased...granted at Blandford to John Spicer of Tincleton near Dorchester...Yeoman the Son and one of the Next of Kin of the said Deceased he having been first sworn."

Census, 1871, London, Middlesex, England. 1109 Cheeseman. St. Mary Stratford Le Bow, district 41

Probate, 10 Apr 1874, London, Middlesex, England. 1110 Effects under 300. Administration granted at the Principal Registry to Ann Spicer of 4 Bloomsbury-terrace, Widow the Relict.

residence: 4 Bloomsbury-terrace Commercial-road, 1874, London, Middlesex, England. 1110


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George married Ann Samways, daughter of Samuel Samways and Unknown, 11 Apr 1839 in Broadmayne, Dorset, England 1101.,1102 (Ann Samways was born about 1814 in Broadmayne, Dorset, England, christened 27 Mar 1814 in Broadmayne, Dorset, England 1111,1112 and died 3 Apr 1901 in Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England 1113.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

Both full age, George's father: Robert Spicer, Ann's father Samuel Samways, Bricklayer.
Witnesses: John Samways, Grace Samways. 1114



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