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Norman Spencer
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Birth: Jan. 15, 1798
Leeds and Grenville United Counties
Ontario, Canada
Death: Apr. 20, 1875
Lapeer County
Michigan, USA

Norman Spencer may possibly be buried in this cemetery.

FATHER: Pvt. Daniel Hill Spencer, buried North Dryden Cemetery.
MOTHER: Maria Spencer, b. 1765, Springfield, Windsor, VT, d. 1848, Dryden, Lapeer, MI.
WIFE: Ruth Cameron Huntley, b.21 Feb 1804 in Bastard Twp., Leeds Co., Ont., Canada. Died 22 Sept. 1871 in Attica, Lapeer Co., Michigan.
MARRIAGE: 28 Oct 1784, Springfield, Windsor, VT.
CHILDREN: Albert W., b. 1823, Benjamin, b. 1829, Henry, b. 1832, Nelson Anson, b. 1834, Julia E., b. 1836, William Perry, b. 1837, Amelia, b. 1837.
SIBLINGS: Theodocia, Pamela "Milly", Alma, Daniel, Cyrus, Timothy.
OCCUPATION: Owner/Operator, shingle mill in Attica, MI.
PROPERTY: Land grant less than a mile north of North Dryden Cemetery.

NOTE: There are headstones for 3 of Norman's siblings at North Dryden Cemetery (Alma, Cyrus, Timothy). Also possible Norman and Ruth are buried in South Attica Cemetery where many stones are broken due to vandalism and weather and early records were destroyed by fire.
Family links: 
  Daniel Hill Spencer (1762 - 1851)
  Alma Spencer Perkins Fletcher (1794 - 1884)*
  Daniel Spencer (1794 - 1866)*
  Norman Spencer (1798 - 1875)
  Timothy Spencer (1807 - 1858)*
*Calculated relationship
North Dryden Cemetery
Lapeer County
Michigan, USA
Created by: jodygee
Record added: Jun 18, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 92142871
Norman Spencer
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My 3rd ggf. Rest in peace.
- jodygee
 Added: Jun. 18, 2012

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