Elizabeth Chick Turbet (Spencer)

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Elizabeth Check Chick Turbet (Spencer)

Also Known As: "Chick", "Elizabeth Turbat"
Birthdate: (52)
Birthplace: Berwick, York, Maine
Death: December 19, 1700 (52)
Kittery, York, Maine
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Thomas Spencer, of Maine and Patience Spencer
Wife of Thomas Chick (or Quick) and Nicholas Turbet
Mother of Elizabeth Chick; Richard Chick; Mary Randall; Margaret Buxton; Thomas Chick and 2 others
Sister of William Spencer; Margaret Goodwin; Mary Etherington; Susanna Joy; Humphrey Spencer and 1 other

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About Elizabeth Chick Turbet (Spencer)

9.  ELIZABETHC3 SPENCER (2. Patience2 William1), born Berwick about 1640 or 26 Mar 1648 (Gene Pool), married first by 12 May 1674 THOMAS CHICK, baptized Ottery St Mary, Devon, England 27 Dec 1641 (parish record), died after 1683 (MPC III:188), son of Richard and Johan or Alice (RWC) Chick (Chick Family typescript, MSL) of Roxbury and Boston MA; married second before 29 June 1687 (YD 5:86) NICHOLAS TURBET of Kittery (TMS), born perhaps 1648, living 6 Jan 1707/8 (MPC IV:343), son of Peter and Sarah (Sanders) Turbet.  The research of Katherine Gary and Robert W Chick is gratefully used in this line.

            On 13 Apr 1671 Thomas Wills received a grant of land in Kittery (later Berwick) "for the use of Thomas Chick's family" (Berwick TR, 24 Mar 1719/20, 75).  The Chicks were in Essex Co MA with three children 1678-9 during the Indian unrest and ordered returned to Newichawannock from Manchester in 1679 (LND, 783).

            Thomas Chick gave bond on 12 June 1666 that he would be "of good behavior towards all persons, espetially towards the wife of Davie Hamelton" (MPC I:273).  His wife, Elizabeth, confessed to "abuseing of her Aunt Wells [Lucy Treworgy Chadbourne Wills] by slanderous and groundless accusations" and was ordered to publicly acknowledge her offense twice or be whipped (MPC II:491, 12 May 1674).

            Like her parents, Elizabeth may have been a Quaker, for she and her second husband were presented in court 7 Apr 1696 for not attending the public worship (MPC IV:75) and she alone was presented 5 Jan 1696/7 for the same offense (ibid, IV:88).  They were presented again the next year and failed to appear, for which Nicholas was sentenced to sit in the stocks one hour and Elizabeth was admonished (ibid, IV:110).



  1. The Maine Spencers page 181
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Elizabeth Chick Turbet (Spencer)'s Timeline

March 26, 1648
Berwick, York, Maine
March 26, 1648
Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
March 26, 1648
Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Age 26
York, York County, Maine, United States
June 26, 1676
Age 28
York, York County, Maine, United States
Age 29
Kittery, ME, USA
Age 30
York, York County, Maine, United States
Age 31
York, York County, Maine, United States