See also

Family of John SPURR and Mary GILES

Husband: John SPURR (c. 1823- )
Wife: Mary GILES (c. 1831- )
Children: Elizabeth Jane SPURR (c. 1855-1917)
Mary Ann SPURR (1857- )
Susan Lavinia SPURR (1859- )
Emmeline SPURR (c. 1861- )
Anne SPURR (c. 1864- )
Fanny SPURR (c. 1868- )
Joseph John SPURR (c. 1870- )
Lucy Martha Grace SPURR (1876- )

Husband: John SPURR

Name: John SPURR1
Sex: Male
Father: Joseph SPURR ( - )
Mother: Elizabeth HANNAFORD ( - )
Birth c. 1823 Whitchurch, Devon, England

Wife: Mary GILES

Name: Mary GILES1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth c. 1831 Walkhampton, Devon, England

Child 1: Elizabeth Jane SPURR

Name: Elizabeth Jane SPURR1
Sex: Female
Spouse: Richard Henry LILLICRAP (c. 1850-1925)
Birth c. 1855 Sampford Spiney, Devon, England
Death 17 Mar 1917 (age 61-62) Sampford Spiney, Devon, England
Burial 1917 Sampford Spiney, Devon, England

Child 2: Mary Ann SPURR

Name: Mary Ann SPURR1
Sex: Female
Birth 1857

Child 3: Susan Lavinia SPURR

Name: Susan Lavinia SPURR1
Sex: Female
Birth 1859

Child 4: Emmeline SPURR

Name: Emmeline SPURR1
Sex: Female
Birth c. 1861 Sampford Spiney, Devon, England

Child 5: Anne SPURR

Name: Anne SPURR1
Sex: Female
Birth c. 1864 Sampford Spiney, Devon, England

Child 6: Fanny SPURR

Name: Fanny SPURR1
Sex: Female
Birth c. 1868 Sampford Spiney, Devon, England

Child 7: Joseph John SPURR

Name: Joseph John SPURR1
Sex: Male
Birth c. 1870 Sampford Spiney, Devon, England

Child 8: Lucy Martha Grace SPURR

Name: Lucy Martha Grace SPURR1
Sex: Female
Birth 1876

Note on Husband: John SPURR

John lived at Whimmington near Sampford Spiney.They then became tenants at Samford Barton, where the family was born. Soon after 1876 the family moved to Southcombe Farm on the banks of the River Tamar in Sydenham Damerel


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