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Board Name: England Genealogy
Peta-Anne Tenney Willcox, AZ USA Jun 25, 2000
Loking for any information on relations to my PEARSON family. Info I have on ggf is listed below. Also be interested to hear from anyone who could help me trace family back further. Thanks.
PEARSON, James Andrew. Born about 1859. 1881 Census records show: Dwelling; 40 Arlington Rd., Census Place: St Pancras, London, Middlesex, England. He was aged 22, born Edmonton, Middlesex,England and was a wheelwright. James Andrew died in 1928. At the 1881 census he had a sister living with him, Jemima Pearson, age 24.
I have no further information on his family and would appreciate assistance and direction. Could he have been listed in this Pigots Directory I see reference to?
I also hope to connect to any descendants of James Andrew Pearson - please email at tptenney@vtc.net
James Andrew Pearson married 3 times
1) Annie Elizabeth Reynolds, who bore him 10 children:
May, (married Herbert Sayer), died about 1936; mother of Bert, Len, Ivy and Bob.
Louisa who died in 1898 at 18 years;
Andrew born 1884 and died as a baby;
Nell, a spinster who died in 1958 at age 72;
Ett (married John Mahey), died in 1944;
Christopher who immigrated to Australia in 1910 and married Hetty Thomas - and after her death in 1919 married Dorothy Phyllis Welch; father of Jim, Peg, Bill, Christine and John - who was raised by his aunt.
Oll (Oliver?) (married Edith), died in 1958 aged 68; father of Peter and John.
Daisy who died as a baby;
Bob (married Doll), died Dec 13 1974; father of David and Jean.
and David who died as a baby.
2) Emily Frederika Penny (a widow) in 1900.
She had a son, Fred (1898-1954) (married Winnie), father of Freda, Stella, Freddie, Graham and Dianna.
and to James Andrew Pearson bore:
Wal (1901-1964?), married Elsie in 1924: father of Audrey and Ruth.
Edie (1903-) married Charles Gregory; mother of Phyllis and Charlie.
3) Selena Hill, a widow, but there were no children from this union.

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