|Birth: ||Jul. 2, 1720|
|Death: ||Jan. 9, 1782|
Gravestone inscribed: And as a flash of summer comes and calls me to my lasting home, come children and view where I lie and learn how sudden you may die.
The will of Moses Spear dated Jan. 18, 1872 left on third to his wife Submit, the balance of all real estate to his son Moses II, 5 pounds to Nathaniel, 10 shillings to Elijah, 35 pounds to Elihu, 35 pounds to Joshua, 35 pounds to Ashel, 5 shillings to Sibble, 5 shillings to Submit, 4 pounds to Elizabeth, and 35 pounds Thankful, appraisers were John Sheldon and John Hastings.
Among those of the name who fought as officers of War of the Revolution were Lieutenants Edward and John Spear, of Pennsylvania : Lieutenants Moses, Jacib , David, William, and Zebdiah Spear of Massachusetts.....
Nathaniel Spear (1692 - 1732)
Thankful Woodward Spear (1693 - 1749)
Submit Hastings Spear (1727 - 1782)*
Sybil Spear Sheldon (1751 - 1815)*
Submit Spear Frary (1753 - 1822)*
Elijah Spear (1755 - 1831)*
Moses Spear (1757 - 1824)*
Elizabeth Spear Phillips (1760 - 1839)*
Joshua Spear (1764 - 1837)*
Asahel Spear (1769 - 1849)*
West Suffield Cemetery
Created by: Dick Nelson
Record added: Jun 15, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 38369985