|Birth: ||Feb. 22, 1818, England|
|Death: ||May 2, 1877|
There's no error. Ruth was Harker's 3rd cousin and she was born "Ruth Spensley."
Gunnerside Wesleyan Chapel
Baptisms 1819 - 1821
1818 Ruth dau of James & Margrett SPENSLY Lodgegreen Minor
Ruth had some quite illustrious connections: A cousin who became Solicitor General of Victoria, Australia and a barrister in London, another cousin who introduced soccer and scouting to Italy, and one whose husband earned a peerage.
Diary entry (Broderick or Bonson):
"Remember me to Margot Raw & Geo Raw tell them I am now in Patterdale give my kind love to Jesse Jackson, Harker Spensley, Little Jammy Spensley and poor Ruth, ......."
Character of the Country, pg 100 (James Broderick's published diary)
Monday, Apr 9, 1877
We went to bid goodbye to Mrs. Harker Spensley who is ill and not calculated to live long. Miss Roberts, Luella, was fishing in the morning. Mr. W., Miss Roberts and I started from Mineral Point to Dubuque about 2pm, leaving Mrs. Waller with her daughter, Mrs. Spensley. I enjoyed my visit with Mr. and Mrs. Spensley very much and invited them to pay us a visit should they ever come to England.
Harker Spensley (1813 - 1876)*
John Spensley (1841 - 1882)*
Thomas Calvert Spensley (1843 - 1845)*
Calvert Spensley (1846 - 1924)*
Plot: section A1
Created by: CJ
Record added: Dec 11, 2012
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