Persons with the Surname 'Spence'

The Spence Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'S152'

Surnames with the Same Pattern ''


1 individuals have the surname 'Spence'.

Mary Edna Spence (18 Sep 1886—Private)
A St Clair Spence (about Apr 1896—26 Jan 1898)
Arthur Franklin Spence (11 Feb 1871—)
Charles Spence (about 1870—)
Clarence Whinfield Spence (27 Dec 1902—Private)
Cora Jean Spence (29 Jun 1902—)
Edward Spence (about 1863—2 Mar 1875)
Edward Spence (5 Nov 1876—)
Ethel Lorine Spence (19 Jan 1910—Private)
Gertrude Marion Spence (9 Jan 1906—)
Gladys M. Spence (8 Aug 1892—17 Aug 1919)
Gordon J. Spence (24 Dec 1889—)
Horatio Nelson Spence (11 Mar 1857—24 Sep 1943)
Iona Spence (Mar 1906—)
Isabelle Spence (between 1785 and 1817—)
James Spence (—)
James H. Spence (about 1866—)
James Saunder Spence (12 Nov 1854—5 May 1905)
Jean Hamilton Spence (8 Jan 1905—)
John Alexander Spence (between 1813 and 1855—)
Karl Odell Spence (2 Mar 1899—29 Sep 1918)
Lorne E. Spence (24 Feb 1895—)
Lucinda Spence (about 1837—)
Mary Ellen Spence (15 Jul 1860—)
Mary J. Spence (between 1801 and 1833—)
Mary Jane Spence (23 Oct 1867—)
Owen J. Spence (2 Jan 1897—)
Percy Austin Spence (30 Nov 1900—)
Phoebe Elizabeth Spence (7 Jun 1881—)
Robert Spence (about 1868—)
Robert E. Spence (about 1868—)
Robert James Spence (17 Jun 1871—26 Sep 1930)
Robert N. Spence (about 1873—)
Samuel Norman Spence (5 Aug 1878—)
Shirley Irene Spence (17 Feb 1903—)
Stanley Spence (between 1808 and 1850—)
Stella Audrey Spence (26 Jul 1897—)
Thomas Spence (15 Oct 1828—)
Walter Spence (about 1881—)
Walter Bingham Spence (19 May 1873—1936)
William Spence (about 1840—)
William Spence (about 1859—)
William D. Spence (about 1868—)
William John Spence (3 Jun 1841—between 1902 and 1910)
William John Bobier Spence (26 Feb 1876—about Oct 1927)
William Thomas Spence (16 Mar 1891—)
Clara A. Spence (27 Oct 1876—Private)
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