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I am desperately searching for ancestors of Rowen (Rowan) Spicer, born in 1804 in North Carolina, married to Caroline Thompson in Georgia, who later moved to the Andalusia/Rose Hill Alabama area by 1850. I believe this Rowen was the son of William Spicer, or his son, James Spicer, both of whom fought in the Revolutionary War.
Colateral lines to my Spicer family are Head, Thompson, Stripling, Cordly, Horton, Chapman, Mallard, McLure, McLeroy, Parker, Swint, Emerson, and Cowart. Any leads or inquiries related to these family ties will be greatly appreciated. I am happy to share any information I have.

My mother's family is the James D. Brown family. James D. Brown, the son of a John Brown, was born c. 1810 in Kentucy and married to 3 women, the last of whom was my great great grandmother, Dicy Fox Brown, with colateral lines of Goble, Woodard, Spikes, Mahan and Johnson. Thank You.
The Phillip Doyle Spicer Family Home Page
Updated September 5, 2000

Phillip Doyle Spicer
1040 Burlington Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75208
United States
214-943-3068
spicer@airmail.net

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