William Spears I (1739-1832) | WikiTree: The FREE Family Tree

William Spears I
Born about Jun 1739 in Union Co., South Carolina

Source: William Spears I (1739-1832) | WikiTree: The FREE Family Tree

Family site (BackupMyTree) – MyHeritage

Elizabeth Ann Speer (born Riggins) 1803 – 1868
Husband:  Joseph Speer
Children:  Mary Ann Washington, Malvina, James J., John Wesley, William M., Joseph Minton, Thomas Colquit, Nancy, Mary, Sarah Ann, Regee A, Tersa Ann, Wiley Adam Clark and Hester Ann Taylor

Source: Family site (BackupMyTree) – MyHeritage

Jacob Spear 1820-1882 – Ancestry

Jacob Spear

Found 10 Records, 10 Photos and 332,856 Family Trees

Born in Prussia on 13 Nov 1820.

Jacob married Ann Elizabeth Woodley and had 10 children.
He passed away on 28 Oct 1882 in North Carolina, USA.

Source: Jacob Spear 1820-1882 – Ancestry

Speyer – Wikipedia

Speyer   is located in Germany

Speyer

Coordinates: 49°19′10″N 8°25′52″E



Source: Speyer – Wikipedia

Speyer – Wikipedia

Speyer

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Speyer

Speyer: Maximilianstraße with cathedral in the background

Speyer: Maximilianstraße with cathedral in the background

Coat of arms of Speyer

Coat of arms Speyer

Coordinates: 49°19′10″N 8°25′52″E

Coordinates: 49°19′10″N 8°25′52″E

Country Germany

State Rhineland-Palatinate

District Urban district

Government • Lord Mayor Hansjörg Eger (CDU)Area • Total 42.58 km2 (16.44 sq mi)

Population (2015-12-31)[1] • Total 50,284 • Density 1,200/km2 (3,100/sq mi)Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)

Postal codes 67346

Dialling codes 06232

Vehicle registration SP

Website http://www.speyer.deSpeyer (German pronunciation: [ˈʃpaɪ̯ɐ], older spelling Speier, known as Spire in French and formerly as Spires in English) is a town in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, with approximately 50,000 inhabitants.

Located beside the river Rhine, Speyer is 25 km (16 miles) south of Ludwigshafen and Mannheim. Founded by the Romans, it is one of Germany’s oldest cities. The first known names were Noviomagus and Civitas Nemetum, after the Teutonic tribe, Nemetes, settled in the area. Around AD 500 the name Spira first appeared in written documents and, as well as the French, this is still reflected in the names Spira and Espira used in Italian and Spanish.

The city’s name may be the origin of the Ashkenazi Jewish name, Shapiro, and its variants.

Speyer is dominated by the Speyer Cathedral, a number of churches and the Altpörtel (old gate). In the cathedral, beneath the high altar, are the tombs of eight Holy Roman emperors and German kings.

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Notable natives[edit]

Born before 1900

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Source: Speyer – Wikipedia

Merrie Sunshine Speer Tidwell (1874 – 1962) – Find A Grave Memorial

Merrie Sunshine Speer Tidwell

Birth: Feb. 24, 1874
Death: May 8, 1962

Family links:
Spouse:
Charles Wesley Tidwell (1865 – 1930)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Westview Cemetery
Atlanta
Fulton County
Georgia, USA
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: Brett and Nic
Record added: Aug 31, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41380261

[…more on source site]

Source: Merrie Sunshine Speer Tidwell (1874 – 1962) – Find A Grave Memorial

Jacob Spear 1820-1882 – Ancestry.com.au

Jacob Spear

Found 10 Records, 10 Photos and 330,361 Family Trees

Born in Prussia on 13 Nov 1820.

Jacob married Ann Elizabeth Woodley and had 10 children.

He passed away on 28 Oct 1882 in North Carolina, USA.

Source: Jacob Spear 1820-1882 – Ancestry.com.au

Speer – Spear Descendants In America – 2011

This link is for my most recent uploaded database, hosted by RootsWeb.com:

<http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=DESC&db=berryhill2011&id=I893

It is as COMPLETE as I have at present. If you find errors, have additional information or family photos you would to share with me — email me. As my schedule allows I will add photos I have found that relate to this “branch” and related families.

Thank you for visiting.

— Cathy Ann Abernathy
weavercat@gmail.com

Link Follow-Up: Mary Tom Speer

The Yahoo Geocities is LONG-GONE; but many of the websites once found there, have been ‘mirrored’ (saved) to another site as an archived page. Thus there is still information available about Mary Tom Speer at this address:

http://www.reocities.com/heartland/bluffs/2986/marytom.htm – the page may not have the original formatting of the Geocities version — but all the vital text is included.

I post this link here, in hopes of aiding Speer/Spear researchers in family tree quest(s).

— Cathy

Hot Day

7 July 2010
One very hot day.
Dave and I delivered groceries to Mom; then headed back home.
Stopped at a few thrift/antique stores along the way.
Since getting in the AC, and starting to cool off, have been reading messages, and adding/correcting more items on my websites (somewhat set in havoc by my previous computer dying); as well as blogs, and misc. stuff.
Need to get things sorted out with this new laptop, get it behaving the way I want it; so I will be able to create a backup set of RECOVERY disks — then get Dave to set it for dual-boot (Windows 7 and Linux).
My head is pounding, so I won’t do much more for now.
How has your week been?
Would love to hear from my readers.
— Cathy