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The Pearces, persons of quality

Author: Jane Pearce
Publisher: [Hobbs, N.M.] : [J. Pearce], [©1982]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Richard Percy II, of Danish lineage, founded Pearce Hall in York County, England, and changed the spelling of the surname to Pearce. Three of his sons immigrated to America. Captain William Pearce (d.1641) immigrated to Jamestown in 1609; Richard Pearce (1590-1677/1678) immigrated to Rhode Island in 1632; and Michael Pearce immigrated to Hingham, Massachusetts, later moving to Scituate, Massachusetts. Descendants  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Pearce, Jane, 1925-
Pearces, persons of quality.
[Hobbs, N.M. : J. Pearce, ©1982]
(OCoLC)608647651
Named Person: Pearce family.; Pearce family.; Pearce.; Percy.; Gordon.; Grant.; Hinds.; Humphries.; McLaurin.; Priest.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jane Pearce
OCLC Number: 10018930
Notes: Limited ed. of 216 copies.
Limited ed. statement from label on p. [2] of cover.
Description: 169 pages, [50] pages of plates : illustrations ; 28 cm
Responsibility: by Jane Pearce.
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Richard Percy II, of Danish lineage, founded Pearce Hall in York County, England, and changed the spelling of the surname to Pearce. Three of his sons immigrated to America. Captain William Pearce (d.1641) immigrated to Jamestown in 1609; Richard Pearce (1590-1677/1678) immigrated to Rhode Island in 1632; and Michael Pearce immigrated to Hingham, Massachusetts, later moving to Scituate, Massachusetts. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Texas, California and elsewhere.

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