Person:Spence Monroe (2)

Spence Monroe
b.abt. 1721 Virginia
d.16 February 1774 King George County, Virginia
m. bef. 1721
  1. Spence Monroeabt 1721 - 1774
m. 1752
  1. Rosamond Monroe1750 - 1821
  2. Isaac Monroe1752 - 1836
  3. Elizabeth Monroe1754 - 1812
  4. James Monroe, 5th President of the United States1758 - 1831
  5. Andrew Monroe1759 - 1826
  6. Spence Monroe1759 - 1774
  7. Sara Monroe1761 -
  8. Joseph Jones Monroe, Esq.1764 - 1824
Facts and Events
Name Spence Monroe
Alt Name[1][2][3] Andrew Spence Monroe
Alt Name[4] Spence Monroe
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1721 Virginia
Alt Birth[1][4] 1727 Mill Hill on Monroe Creek, Westmoreland, Virginia, USAMill Hill on Monroe Creek
Marriage 1752 Westmoreland, Westmoreland, Virginia, USAto Elizabeth 'Eliza' Jones
Death? 16 February 1774 King George County, Virginia
Alt Death[1][4][2] 16 Feb 1774 Monroe Hall, Westmoreland County, Virginia, USA
Burial[1] Monroe Hall, Westmoreland County, Virginia, USA

Records in Virginia

“Indenture made 16th February 1743 between James Bankhead of Parish Washington County Westmoreland, Guardian appointed by Court to said Spence Monroe & by his consent of one part & Robert Walker of Hanover Parish King George County Joyner of other part … hath bound sd. Spence an Apprentice to Walker … to live for space of five years from these present & his Negro Muddy for space of six years … both to lean trade of a joyner … ” The original indenture was signed by James Bankhead, Spence Monroe, Robert Walker and Francis Williams “at the court held 2nd March 1743.” It is probable that the Spence Monroe named in this indenture is James Monroe’s father. Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Virginia County Records: Deed Abstracts of King George County, Virginia , 1735-1752, Deed Book , 3 (McLean, VA: by the compilers, 1987).
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Andrew Spence Monroe, Memorial# 162134373, Created by: Jeff Donaldson, 4 May 2016, in Find A Grave, accessed 8 Aug 2016, Secondary quality.

    Andrew Spence Monroe
    Birth: 1727, Westmoreland County, Virginia, USA
    Death: Feb. 16, 1774, Monroe Hall, Westmoreland County, Virginia, USA
    Burial: Monroe Family Cemetery , Monroe Hall, Westmoreland County, Virginia, USA
    [NOTE: no photograph or sources]

    Andrew Spence Monroe was the father of President James Monroe. He was also carpenter and a farmer.

    Spouse: Elizabeth Jones Monroe (1724 - 1772)
    Children: James Monroe (1758 - 1831), Joseph Jones Monroe (1764 - 1824)

  2. 2.0 2.1 Edmund West (compiler). Family Data Collection - Deaths, Unreliable quality.
  3. Headley, Robert K. Married Well and Often: Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia 1649-1800 : marriages and marriage references for the counties of Lancaster, Northumberland, Old Rappahannock, Richmond, and Westmoreland. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Pub. Co., 2003), p. 248.

    Monroe, Spence, and Tyler, Christian; married bed. 3 De. 1737
    groom was son of Andrew and Eleanor (Spence) Monroe
    bride was dau. of Chas (d. Westmoreland County abt 1723) and Jane Tyler
    bride was sister of Jos. Tyler (d. Westmoreland County 1737)
    Bride married (2) Andrew Monroe, and (3) Rich. Fry
    Westmoreland County 8-2:329a;
    Payne, Col. Brook and George Harrison Sanford King. "The Monroe Family", William and Mary Quarterly, 2nd Ser. 13 (1933):230-241
    Tyler's Quarterly and Historical Magazine

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Edmund West (compiler). Family Data Collection - Individual Records, Unreliable quality.

    Birth year: 1727; Birth city: Westmoreland; Birth state: VA