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The descendancy of Shadrach Pearson, 1809-1873

by his descendants ; compiled by Jonathan K.T. Smith
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1994
on 1 microfilm reel : ports. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript. 1993. [7] leaves.

Shadrach Pearson (1809-1873) was born in Johnston Co., N.C., the oldest child of John Pearson and Penelope Taylor. Soon after his birth family moved to Wayne Co. and then on to Anson County, N.C. In 1836 family migrated to Henderson Co., Tennessee. He married (1) Betsy Cox in North Carolina, when both were young. They had eight children; (2) Elizabeth Pritchard 1845 in Carroll Co.; (3) Eliza Jane Lifsey (1834-1914) 1864 in Carroll Co. He fathered twenty four children. Descendants live in Tennessee, North Carolina and elsewhere. The early ancestor, Christopher Pearson (d. 1711), was of Cumberland (Cumbria) Co., England.

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