Robert Speer (1823-1894) Abraham Scott Speer (1814-1892) Alexander “Captain” Speer (1811-1892) William Speer (1818-1899) John Stuart Speer (1817-1890) 107 descendants of Robert “Robin” Speer (1735-1813) gathered on 8 September 1887 at the 4th Annual SPEER reunion near Cassel's station. Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Church pencil drawing by John Sullivan.  This is near the gravestones of Robert “Robin” Speer (1735-1813).
 
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2012

We re-dedicated the three SPEER gravestones under the hickory tree at the Lower Marsh Creek Cemetery in Fairfield, Adams County, PA.

  Robert Speer b. 1735 d. 8 May 1813
  Jane (Stuart) Speer b. 1739 d. 11 May 1813
  Agnes Speer b. Mar 1768 d. Jun 1794


2011
June 2011 - the new stone.


2010

16 June 2010 - New Concord, OH - Crooked Creek Cemetery
STUART SPEER (2/8/1783-3/20/1850) m.1806 Jane McClean SCOTT (9/ /1787-3/20/1866) tavern operator miller and judge.
Anne, Lynne, Tom, Margie, Tom, Larry, David, Bobby, Cate
YouTube video of Bobby piping up the graves

2008

12 October 2008
Bobby Speer, under the old Hickory tree piping up the three Speer graves that we will rededicate in 2013 2012. There is an American Flag placed at Robert Speer's grave by the Daughters of the American Revolution in honor of his service in the Revolutionary War.
Click here for a 30 second sound bite. Careful on the volume, piping is LOUD!

1898

The descendants of Robert Speer (1735-1813) held their 4th annual reunion.
Thanks to Lynne Harrigan Linn (gggg-granddaughter of Robert Speer) for these pictures, article and an excellent source of historic SPEER information.
Click each item to enlarge it. (these files are large, 2MB)
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