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  • ID: I55742
  • Name: William SPEER
  • Prefix: 2. (Reverend)
  • Given Name: William
  • Surname: Speer
  • Suffix: (Speir, Spier, Spears]
  • Nickname: +
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: 9DC7292ADD0143448E70B5A5263FD8691AA7
  • Change Date: 28 MAY 2014
  • Note:
    Rev. William Speer (1652-?) was born in Aryshire, Scotland and immigrat edto County Antrim, Northern Ireland where his son John Speer (1693-176 4)and grandson John (William?) Speer (1723-1771) were born. Rev. Willi am'sfive great-grandsons, William, Sr. (1747-1830), John (1748-1842),Al exander, Joseph, and James, all born in Ireland, immigrated to Americai n the late 1700's. William, Sr. was a half brother to brothers John,Al exander, Joseph, and James. Eventually they all settled in thesouthern U nited States, primarily in Georgia and South Carolina wheretheir famili es prospered and grew large.

    Although nothing is known about the families of Joesph or James, thefam ilies of Wiliam, Sr. , John and Alexander are well documented; somebran ches of all thre families moved on to Alabama, Texas and Florida inthe 1 80's where again large families were established. As of August2000, my g eneology list covers 13 generations with over 5,500individuals, both pa st and present, related to our earliest known Speer.

    The storuy of great-grandson William Speer, Sr. (1747-1830) and hisdesc endants is told in my 500-page William Speer book, published in1998. F our subsequent newsletters also cover the descendants of William,Sr., a s well as his half brothers John and Alexander.

    As per Ed Speer on SPEER R US.

    Rev. William Speer (1652-?) was born in Aryshire, Scotland and immigra ted to County Antrim, Northern Ireland where his son John Speer (1693-1 764) and grandson John (William?) Speer (1723-1771) were born. Rev. Wil liam's five great-grandsons, William, Sr. (1747-1830), John (1748-1842) , Alexander, Joseph, and James, all born in Ireland, immigrated to Amer ica in the late 1700's. William, Sr. was a half brother to brothers Jo hn, Alexander, Joseph, and James. Eventfully they all settled in the s outhern United States, primarily in Georgia and South Carolina where th eir families prospered and grew large.

    Although nothing is known about the families of Joseph or James, the fa milies of William, Sr., John and Alexander are well documented; some br anches of all three families moved on to Alabama, Texas and Florida in t he 1800's, where again large families were established. As of August 2 000, my genealogy list covers 13 generations with over 5,500 individual s, both past and present, related to our earliest known Speer.

    The story of great-grandson William Speer, Sr. (1747-1830) and his desc endants is told in my 500-page William Speer book, published in 1998. F our subsequent newsletters also cover the descendants of William, Sr., a s well as his half brothers John and Alexander.

    The Descendants of Rev. William Speer genealogy list is available on th e Internet for viewing and downloading at:

    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=edspeer1

    The Speer book and newsletters are available online at:

    http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/p/e/Wade-E-Speer/index.html

    Family members can get free books and newsletters from: Ed Speer 34 Cle ar Creek Road, Marion, NC 28752-9423; 828-724-4444; email: wspeer1161@ aol.com

    Family members can also join SPEER R US, our online family gathering. C ontact Ed Speer (see above).
    [alice_valerie_spruiell-al.ged]

    Rev. William Speer (1652-?) was born in Aryshire, Scotland and immigrat ed to County Antrim, Northern Ireland where his son John Speer (1693-17 64) and grandson John (William?) Speer (1723-1771) were born. Rev. Will iam's five great-grandsons, William, Sr. (1747-1830), John (1748-1842), A lexander, Joseph, and James, all born in Ireland, immigrated to America i n the late 1700's. William, Sr. was a half brother to brothers John, A lexander, Joseph, and James. Eventfully they all settled in the southe rn United States, primarily in Georgia and South Carolina where their f amilies prospered and grew large.

    Although nothing is known about the families of Joseph or James, the fa milies of William, Sr., John and Alexander are well documented; some br anches of all three families moved on to Alabama, Texas and Florida in t he 1800's, where again large families were established. As of August 2 000, my genealogy list covers 13 generations with over 5,500 individual s, both past and present, related to our earliest known Speer.

    The story of great-grandson William Speer, Sr. (1747-1830) and his desc endants is told in my 500-page William Speer book, published in 1998. F our subsequent newsletters also cover the descendants of William, Sr., a s well as his half brothers John and Alexander.

    The Descendants of Rev. William Speer genealogy list is available on th e Internet for viewing and downloading at:

    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=edspeer1

    The Speer book and newsletters are available online at:

    http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/p/e/Wade-E-Speer/index.html

    Family members can get free books and newsletters from: Ed Speer 34 Cle ar Creek Road, Marion, NC 28752-9423; 828-724-4444; email: wspeer1161@ aol.com

    Family members can also join SPEER R US, our online family gathering. C ontact Ed Speer (see above). Rev. William Speer (1652-?) was born in Ar yshire, Scotland and immigrated to County Antrim, Northern Ireland wher e his son John Speer (1693-1764) and grandson John (William?) Speer (17 23-1771) were born. Rev. William's five great-grandsons, William, Sr. ( 1747-1830), John (1748-1842), Alexander, Joseph, and James, all born in I reland, immigrated to America in the late 1700's. William, Sr. was a ha lf brother to brothers John, Alexander, Joseph, and James. Eventfully t hey all settled in the southern United States, primarily in Georgia and S outh Carolina where their families prospered and grew large.

    Although nothing is known about the families of Joseph or James, the fa milies of William, Sr., John and Alexander are well documented; some br anches of all three families moved on to Alabama, Texas and Florida in t he 1800's, where again large families were established. As of August 2 000, my genealogy list covers 13 generations with over 5,500 individual s, both past and present, related to our earliest known Speer.

    The story of great-grandson William Speer, Sr. (1747-1830) and his desc endants is told in my 500-page William Speer book, published in 1998. F our subsequent newsletters also cover the descendants of William, Sr., a s well as his half brothers John and Alexander.

    The Descendants of Rev. William Speer genealogy list is available on th e Internet for viewing and downloading at:

    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=edspeer1

    The Speer book and newsletters are available online at:

    http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/p/e/Wade-E-Speer/index.html

    Family members can get free books and newsletters from: Ed Speer 34 Cle ar Creek Road, Marion, NC 28752-9423; 828-724-4444; email: wspeer1161@ aol.com

    Family members can also join SPEER R US, our online family gathering. C ontact Ed Speer (see above).
    [alice_valerie_spruiell-al.ged]

    Rev. William Speer (1652-?) was born in Aryshire, Scotland and immigrat ed to County Antrim, Northern Ireland where his son John Speer (1693-17 64) and grandson John (William?) Speer (1723-1771) were born. Rev. Will iam's five great-grandsons, William, Sr. (1747-1830), John (1748-1842), A lexander, Joseph, and James, all born in Ireland, immigrated to America i n the late 1700's. William, Sr. was a half brother to brothers John, A lexander, Joseph, and James. Eventfully they all settled in the southe rn United States, primarily in Georgia and South Carolina where their f amilies prospered and grew large.

    Although nothing is known about the families of Joseph or James, the fa milies of William, Sr., John and Alexander are well documented; some br anches of all three families moved on to Alabama, Texas and Florida in t he 1800's, where again large families were established. As of August 2 000, my genealogy list covers 13 generations with over 5,500 individual s, both past and present, related to our earliest known Speer.

    The story of great-grandson William Speer, Sr. (1747-1830) and his desc endants is told in my 500-page William Speer book, published in 1998. F our subsequent newsletters also cover the descendants of William, Sr., a s well as his half brothers John and Alexander.

    The Descendants of Rev. William Speer genealogy list is available on th e Internet for viewing and downloading at:

    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=edspeer1

    The Speer book and newsletters are available online at:

    http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/p/e/Wade-E-Speer/index.html

    Family members can get free books and newsletters from: Ed Speer 34 Cle ar Creek Road, Marion, NC 28752-9423; 828-724-4444; email: wspeer1161@ aol.com

    Family members can also join SPEER R US, our online family gathering. C ontact Ed Speer (see above).

    Rev. William Speer (1652-?) was born in Aryshire, Scotland and immigrat edto County Antrim, Northern Ireland where his son John Speer (1693-176 4)and grandson John (William?) Speer (1723-1771) were born. Rev. Willi am'sfive great-grandsons, William, Sr. (1747-1830), John (1748-1842),Al exander, Joseph, and James, all born in Ireland, immigrated to Americai n the late 1700's. William, Sr. was a half brother to brothers John,Al exander, Joseph, and James. Eventually they all settled in thesouthern U nited States, primarily in Georgia and South Carolina wheretheir famili es prospered and grew large.

    Although nothing is known about the families of Joesph or James, thefam ilies of Wiliam, Sr. , John and Alexander are well documented; somebran ches of all thre families moved on to Alabama, Texas and Florida inthe 1 80's where again large families were established. As of August2000, my g eneology list covers 13 generations with over 5,500individuals, both pa st and present, related to our earliest known Speer.

    The storuy of great-grandson William Speer, Sr. (1747-1830) and hisdesc endants is told in my 500-page William Speer book, published in1998. F our subsequent newsletters also cover the descendants of William,Sr., a s well as his half brothers John and Alexander.

    As per Ed Speer on SPEER R US.

    Rev. William Speer (1652-?) was born in Aryshire, Scotland and immigra ted to County Antrim, Northern Ireland where his son John Speer (1693-1 764) and grandson John (William?) Speer (1723-1771) were born. Rev. Wil liam's five great-grandsons, William, Sr. (1747-1830), John (1748-1842) , Alexander, Joseph, and James, all born in Ireland, immigrated to Amer ica in the late 1700's. William, Sr. was a half brother to brothers Jo hn, Alexander, Joseph, and James. Eventfully they all settled in the s outhern United States, primarily in Georgia and South Carolina where th eir families prospered and grew large.

    Although nothing is known about the families of Joseph or James, the fa milies of William, Sr., John and Alexander are well documented; some br anches of all three families moved on to Alabama, Texas and Florida in t he 1800's, where again large families were established. As of August 2 000, my genealogy list covers 13 generations with over 5,500 individual s, both past and present, related to our earliest known Speer.

    The story of great-grandson William Speer, Sr. (1747-1830) and his desc endants is told in my 500-page William Speer book, published in 1998. F our subsequent newsletters also cover the descendants of William, Sr., a s well as his half brothers John and Alexander.

    The Descendants of Rev. William Speer genealogy list is available on th e Internet for viewing and downloading at:

    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=edspeer1

    The Speer book and newsletters are available online at:

    http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/p/e/Wade-E-Speer/index.html

    Family members can get free books and newsletters from: Ed Speer 34 Cle ar Creek Road, Marion, NC 28752-9423; 828-724-4444; email: wspeer1161@ aol.com

    Family members can also join SPEER R US, our online family gathering. C ontact Ed Speer (see above).
    [alice_valerie_spruiell-al.ged]

    Rev. William Speer (1652-?) was born in Aryshire, Scotland and immigrat ed to County Antrim, Northern Ireland where his son John Speer (1693-17 64) and grandson John (William?) Speer (1723-1771) were born. Rev. Will iam's five great-grandsons, William, Sr. (1747-1830), John (1748-1842), A lexander, Joseph, and James, all born in Ireland, immigrated to America i n the late 1700's. William, Sr. was a half brother to brothers John, A lexander, Joseph, and James. Eventfully they all settled in the southe rn United States, primarily in Georgia and South Carolina where their f amilies prospered and grew large.

    Although nothing is known about the families of Joseph or James, the fa milies of William, Sr., John and Alexander are well documented; some br anches of all three families moved on to Alabama, Texas and Florida in t he 1800's, where again large families were established. As of August 2 000, my genealogy list covers 13 generations with over 5,500 individual s, both past and present, related to our earliest known Speer.

    The story of great-grandson William Speer, Sr. (1747-1830) and his desc endants is told in my 500-page William Speer book, published in 1998. F our subsequent newsletters also cover the descendants of William, Sr., a s well as his half brothers John and Alexander.

    The Descendants of Rev. William Speer genealogy list is available on th e Internet for viewing and downloading at:

    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=edspeer1

    The Speer book and newsletters are available online at:

    http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/p/e/Wade-E-Speer/index.html

    Family members can get free books and newsletters from: Ed Speer 34 Cle ar Creek Road, Marion, NC 28752-9423; 828-724-4444; email: wspeer1161@ aol.com

    Family members can also join SPEER R US, our online family gathering. C ontact Ed Speer (see above). Rev. William Speer (1652-?) was born in Ar yshire, Scotland and immigrated to County Antrim, Northern Ireland wher e his son John Speer (1693-1764) and grandson John (William?) Speer (17 23-1771) were born. Rev. William's five great-grandsons, William, Sr. ( 1747-1830), John (1748-1842), Alexander, Joseph, and James, all born in I reland, immigrated to America in the late 1700's. William, Sr. was a ha lf brother to brothers John, Alexander, Joseph, and James. Eventfully t hey all settled in the southern United States, primarily in Georgia and S outh Carolina where their families prospered and grew large.

    Although nothing is known about the families of Joseph or James, the fa milies of William, Sr., John and Alexander are well documented; some br anches of all three families moved on to Alabama, Texas and Florida in t he 1800's, where again large families were established. As of August 2 000, my genealogy list covers 13 generations with over 5,500 individual s, both past and present, related to our earliest known Speer.

    The story of great-grandson William Speer, Sr. (1747-1830) and his desc endants is told in my 500-page William Speer book, published in 1998. F our subsequent newsletters also cover the descendants of William, Sr., a s well as his half brothers John and Alexander.

    The Descendants of Rev. William Speer genealogy list is available on th e Internet for viewing and downloading at:

    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=edspeer1

    The Speer book and newsletters are available online at:

    http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/p/e/Wade-E-Speer/index.html

    Family members can get free books and newsletters from: Ed Speer 34 Cle ar Creek Road, Marion, NC 28752-9423; 828-724-4444; email: wspeer1161@ aol.com

    Family members can also join SPEER R US, our online family gathering. C ontact Ed Speer (see above).
    [alice_valerie_spruiell-al.ged]

    Rev. William Speer (1652-?) was born in Aryshire, Scotland and immigrat ed to County Antrim, Northern Ireland where his son John Speer (1693-17 64) and grandson John (William?) Speer (1723-1771) were born. Rev. Will iam's five great-grandsons, William, Sr. (1747-1830), John (1748-1842), A lexander, Joseph, and James, all born in Ireland, immigrated to America i n the late 1700's. William, Sr. was a half brother to brothers John, A lexander, Joseph, and James. Eventfully they all settled in the southe rn United States, primarily in Georgia and South Carolina where their f amilies prospered and grew large.

    Although nothing is known about the families of Joseph or James, the fa milies of William, Sr., John and Alexander are well documented; some br anches of all three families moved on to Alabama, Texas and Florida in t he 1800's, where again large families were established. As of August 2 000, my genealogy list covers 13 generations with over 5,500 individual s, both past and present, related to our earliest known Speer.

    The story of great-grandson William Speer, Sr. (1747-1830) and his desc endants is told in my 500-page William Speer book, published in 1998. F our subsequent newsletters also cover the descendants of William, Sr., a s well as his half brothers John and Alexander.

    The Descendants of Rev. William Speer genealogy list is available on th e Internet for viewing and downloading at:

    http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=edspeer1

    The Speer book and newsletters are available online at:

    http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/p/e/Wade-E-Speer/index.html

    Family members can get free books and newsletters from: Ed Speer 34 Cle ar Creek Road, Marion, NC 28752-9423; 828-724-4444; email: wspeer1161@ aol.com

    Family members can also join SPEER R US, our online family gathering. C ontact Ed Speer (see above).
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  • Birth: ABT 1652
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1652 in Ayrshire, Scotland
  • Note:
    # ID: I89100355
    # Name: William SPEIR
    # Given Name: William
    # Surname: Speir
    # Sex: M
    # Birth: Abt. 1652 in Ayrshire, Scotland
    # Immigration: Antrim Co, Northern Ireland

    Father: John SPEIR b: Abt. 1625 in Scotland
    Mother: Marion SUMMEIR b: Abt. 1627 in Scotland

    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

    Children

    1. John SPEER b: 1693 in Antrim Co, Northern Ireland

    source:
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1854081&id= I89100355
    7 8 9 10 1 11 4 11 5 6
  • Birth: ABT 1652
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1652 in Ayshire, Scotland 3 5 6
  • Death: AFT 1693
  • _SDATE: 1 JAN 1694 in County Antrim, Northern Ireland
  • OBJE:
  • FILE: C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\My Pictures\abernethy-photos\crest-family-names\speares-12130-family-crest-Scottish.gif
  • FORM: gif
  • Title: Speares, Speer, Speir crest
  • _TYPE: PHOTO
  • _SCBK: Y
  • _PRIM: Y



    Father: John Price [Doctor] SPEER b: ABT 1625 in Scotland
    Mother: Marion SUMMEIR b: ABT 1627 in Scotland

    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
      Children
      1. Has Children John SPEER b: 1693 in County Antrim, Ireland

      Sources:
      1. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 23 Sep 2009 - CAA's GEDCOM Backup file - hard drive
        Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Ann Abernathygmail.com. Created on 17 AU G 2009. Imported on 23 Sep 2009.
      2. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 5 Mar 2005
        Title: GEDCOM file. Created on 5 MAR 2005. Imported on 5 Mar 2005.
      3. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 17 Mar 2005
        Title: GEDCOM file. Created on 17 MAR 2005. Imported on 17 Mar 2005.
      4. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 16 Jun 2006
        Title: GEDCOM file. Created on Jun 16, 2006. Imported on 16 Jun 2006.
      5. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 30 Apr 2005
        Title: GEDCOM file. Created on 30 APR 2005. Imported on 30 Apr 2005.
      6. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 14 Mar 2014 - CAA's GEDCOM backup - hard drive
        Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Abernathy - GEDCOM archive from harddriv e - recovered file, weavercat@gmail.com. Created on 12 MAR 2014. Import ed on 14 Mar 2014.
      7. Abbrev: Matthews, Ken to Speer, Email 1998
        Title: Matthews, Ken, Matthews, Ken to Speer, Email 1998 (1998 Email from Matt hews to WE Speer of Marion, NC)hews to WE Speer of Marion, NC)hews to W E Speer of Marion, NC.
      8. Abbrev: Holloway, Patsy to Speer Email 1998
        Title: Holloway, Patsy, Holloway, Patsy to Speer Email 1998 (1998; email messa ges from Holloway of Kinston, TN to WE Speer of Marion, NC)ges from Hol loway of Kinston, TN to WE Speer of Marion, NC)ges from Holloway of Kin ston, TN to WE Speer of Marion, NC.
      9. Abbrev: Baptisms 1609-1959 Glasgow High Kirk Parish
        Title: LDS, Salt Lake City, Utah, Baptisms 1609-1959 Glasgow High Kirk Parish ( Microfilm #0990749; Baptisms-Glasgow High Kirk Parish Registers, Vol. 4 .)Microfilm #0990749; Baptisms-Glasgow High Kirk Parish Registers, Vol. 4 .)icrofilm #0990749; Baptisms-Glasgow High Kirk Parish Registers, Vol. 4 .
      10. Abbrev: alice_valerie_spruiell-al.ged
        Title: alice_valerie_spruiell-al.ged
      11. Abbrev: William1.FTW
        Title: Speer, Wade Edward, William1.FTW (Compiled 1995-2000)
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