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Benjamin and Esther Furnas Pearson : their ancestors and descendants

compiled and edited by Geo. M. Pearson
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Los Angeles, California : Times-Mirror Printing & Binding House, 1941
[7], 538 p., [6] leaves of plates. : ill., geneal. table, maps, ports.

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Includes Abbott, Bailey, Coppock, Looker, Stubbs and related families.

Thomas Pearson, son of Lawrence and Elizabeth Peirson of Pownall Fee, Cheshire, England, married Margery Smith, daughter of Robert and Ellen Smith, at a Friends Meeting in Cheshire in 1683. They immigrated to America the same year and settled in Chester County, Pennsylvania. They had ten children, 1683-1703. He died in 1734. His great grandson, Benjamin Pearson, was born in 1763, near Winchester, Virginia, the son of Samuel Pearson (1724-1790) and Mary Rogers Pearson. He married Esther Furnas (1770-1835), daughter of John and Mary Wilkinson Furnas, at the Bush River Montly Meeting, South Carolina, in 1790. They had ten children, 1790-1809, born near Newberry, South Carolina, and Pleasant Hill, Ohio. The family migrated to Pleasant Hill, Ohio, in 1805. He died there in 1844. Descendants lived in Ohio, Iowa, Kansas, and elsewhere.

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