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Theodosia Pearson

Theodosia Pearson

Female 1744 - 1783  (38 years)

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  • Name Theodosia Pearson  [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
    Born 5 Sep 1744  Nottingham Twp., Burlington, New Jersey, British America Find all individuals with events at this location  [4, 5, 12
    Gender Female 
    Will 13 Sep 1751  Nottingham Twp., Burlington, New Jersey, British America Find all individuals with events at this location  [13, 14, 15
    Military Service 25 Dec 1775  Trenton, Hunterdon, New Jersey, British America Find all individuals with events at this location  [16
    Died 4 Mar 1783 
    Buried Pearson Memorial Methodist Churchyard, Whitehorse, Nottingham Twp., Burlington, New Jersey, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [17
    Notes 
    • Reference 5722B is not fully sourced to this individual.
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      Ref. 5727 says she becames the mother of 18 children.
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      after 1739 Born in Nottingham, Burlington Co, NJ.

      13 Sep 1751 Listed in will of father, Robert Pearson, 106 114.

      21 May 1753 Death of father.  Inherited (along with her sister, Aschah) the tract [her father] bought from John Morland (200 acres) and the rest of the land [her grandfather] brought from John Snowden (250 acres).  106 114

      21 Feb 1764 Married to Abram Hunt in NJ.

      ??? Birth of son, Pearson.

      ??? Birth of son, Wilson/William.

      3 Nov 1770 Listed in will of mother, Mary ???  106 114

      27 Apr 1771 Death of mother; inherited 50  106 114

      ??? Birth of son, John.

      ??? Birth of daughter, Mary.

      4 Mar 1783 Died  222

      Father: 106 114 148 Mother: 106 114 [2, 3, 4, 18, 19, 20]
    Person ID I570  Quigley Doyle Family Tree
    Last Modified 3 Feb 2019 

    Father Robert Pearson, Esq.
              b. 11 Mar 1686, Nottingham Twp., Burlington, New Jersey, British America Find all individuals with events at this location
              d. 21 May 1753, Nottingham Twp., Burlington, New Jersey, British America Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years) 
    Relationship biological 
    Mother Mary Coar
              b. Abt Jan 1700
              d. 27 Apr 1771, Nottingham Twp., Burlington, New Jersey, British America Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 71 years) 
    Relationship biological 
    Married Aft 1722  [2, 21, 22, 23
    Children 8 children 
    Family ID F144  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Abraham Hunt
              d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married 21 Feb 1764  , , New Jersey, British America Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 5, 24, 25
    Children 4 children 
    Last Modified 3 Feb 2019 
    Family ID F153  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 5 Sep 1744 - Nottingham Twp., Burlington, New Jersey, British America Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsWill - 13 Sep 1751 - Nottingham Twp., Burlington, New Jersey, British America Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 21 Feb 1764 - , , New Jersey, British America Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMilitary Service - - Battle of Trenton - 25 Dec 1775 - Trenton, Hunterdon, New Jersey, British America Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - Address:
    Pearson Memorial Methodist Churchyard
    White Horse, NJ
    USA - - Pearson Memorial Methodist Churchyard, Whitehorse, Nottingham Twp., Burlington, New Jersey, USA
    Link to Google Earth
     = Link to Google Earth 

  • Sources 
    1. [S2] Revolutionary Census of New Jersey - Quigleys [0100], Kenn Stryker-Rodda, (Polyanthos, New Jersey; 1972), 0100.

    2. [S6] Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. 1-13 (partial); 1670-1817 [0106], New Jersey Historical Society, (New Jersey; 1901-1945), 0106.

    3. [S14] Crispen Pearson of Bucks County, Pennsylvania; 1748-1806 - New Jersey Pearson Data [0114], Annie Pearson Darrow, (J. Heidingsfeld Co., New Brunswick, NJ; 1932), 0114.

    4. [S31] A History of Hamilton Township, Mercer County, New Jersey; 1954 [0148], Helen Almy West, (1954; Trenton Printing Company, Inc.; Trenton, NJ), 0148.

    5. [S84] Quigley, George, Information on the Pearson Family [0223], 0223.

    6. [S83] Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey; 1907 [0222], Francis Bazley Lee, Ed., (The Lewis Publishing Company; New York, NY, & Chicago, IL; 1907), 0222.
      NOTE: Source citations are incomplete for this individual.

    7. [S6572] Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. 3; 1751-1760 - Robert Pearson; 1751 [5565A], New Jersey., (Internet Archives. archive.org.), 5565A., Will of Robert Pearson; 1751; (archive.org : accessed Sep 25, 2018).
      Name Theodosia Pearson.

    8. [S6760] Charles R. Hutchinson Collection - Pearson Family Records; 1600s-1800s (transcription) [5722B], Charles R. Hutchinson, (familysearch.org: 1917-1919), 5722B., 75. accessed Dec 8, 2018.
      Name Theodosia Pearson.

    9. [S6769] Trenton State Gazette, NJ; Jan 15, 1934 - Pearsonville Church Graveyard [5726], New Jersey. Trenton., 5726., "Pearsonville Church Graveyard One of County's Historic Shrines," Jan 15, 1934.
      Name Theodosia (Pearson).

    10. [S6770] Trenton Evening Times, NJ; Oct 27, 1929 - Isaac Watson House, White Horse, NJ [5727], New Jersey. Trenton., 5727., "Suburban Shrine Faces Destruction," Oct 27, 1929, p. Sect. 5, p. 86; digital images, Genealogy Bank(genbank.com : accessed Dec 22, 2018).
      Name Theodosia Pearson.

    11. [S6817] Trenton Evening Times; Feb 9, 1908 - Robert Pearson House in Mercer Co., NJ [5769], New Jersey. Trenton., 5769., Joseph H. West, "The Oldest House in Mercer County," Feb 9, 1908, p. 8; digital images, Genealogy Bank(genbank.com : accessed Jan 28, 2019).
      Name Theodosia Pearson.

    12. [S6760] Charles R. Hutchinson Collection - Pearson Family Records; 1600s-1800s (transcription) [5722B], Charles R. Hutchinson, (familysearch.org: 1917-1919), 5722B., 75. accessed Dec 8, 2018.
      Born Sep 5, 1744.

    13. [S6] Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. 1-13 (partial); 1670-1817 [0106], New Jersey Historical Society, (New Jersey; 1901-1945), 0106.
      Heirs:
      Mary (wife, Executrix) - 1/3 movable estate
      Isaac (son) - 400+ acres
      Robert (son) - 490+ acres
      [Catherine (dau.]
      o Children: John, Robert, Richard, Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Catherine Parker - 100
      Elizabeth Hutchinson (dau.) - 550 acres
      o Sons: John, Robert, Jonathan, Thomas Hutchinson - 550 acres upon mother's death
      o Daughters: Sarah, Elizabeth, Rachel, Ann, Mary - 5 each
      o Youngest son: _____ - 5
      Mary Nipe (dau.) - 20 shillings
      o Children: Isaac, Robert, Daniel, Thomas, John, Moses, Aaron, Mary Quigley - 8 each
      Rachel (dau.) - 130
      o Children: Alexander, Robert, William - 5 each
      Ann Yard (dau.) - house & lot in Trenton
      o Sons: James, John Yard - 5 each
      [Sarah (dau.)]
      o Daughters: Elizabeth, Sarah Reed - 5 each
      o Aschah (dau.) -     | 450 acres
      o Theodosia (dau.) - |   "      "

    14. [S6572] Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. 3; 1751-1760 - Robert Pearson; 1751 [5565A], New Jersey., (Internet Archives. archive.org.), 5565A., Will of Robert Pearson; 1751; (archive.org : accessed Sep 25, 2018).
      Heirs:
      Mary (wife, Executrix) - 1/3 movable estate
      Isaac (son) - 400+ acres
      Robert (son) - 490+ acres
      [Catherine (dau.]
      o Children:John, Robert, Richard, Nathaniel, Elizabeth, Catherine Parker - 100
      Elizabeth Hutchinson (dau.) - 550 acres
      o Sons: John, Robert, Jonathan, Thomas Hutchinson - 550 acres upon mother's death
      o Daughters: Sarah, Elizabeth, Rachel, Ann, Mary - 5 each
      o Youngest son: _____ - 5
      Mary Nipe (dau.) - 20 shillings
      o Children: Isaac, Robert, Daniel, Thomas, John, Moses, Aaron, Mary Quigley - 8 each
      Rachel (dau.) - 130
      o Children: Alexander, Robert, William - 5 each
      Ann Yard (dau.) - house & lot in Trenton
      o Sons: James, John Yard - 5 each
      [Sarah (dau.)]
      o Daughters: Elizabeth, Sarah Reed - 5 each
      o Aschah (dau.) -     | 450 acres
      o Theodosia (dau.) - |   "      "

    15. [S6760] Charles R. Hutchinson Collection - Pearson Family Records; 1600s-1800s (transcription) [5722B], Charles R. Hutchinson, (familysearch.org: 1917-1919), 5722B., 77. accessed Dec 9, 2018.
      In 1751, daughter, Mary Nipe, was named in her father's will:
      "Item. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary Nipe, 20 shillings, and to her children, viz; Isaac Quigley, Robert Quigley, Daniel Quigley, Thomas Quigley, John Quigley, Moses Quigley, Aaron Quigley and Mary Quigley, the sum of 8 apiece."

    16. [S6817] Trenton Evening Times; Feb 9, 1908 - Robert Pearson House in Mercer Co., NJ [5769], New Jersey. Trenton., 5769., Joseph H. West, "The Oldest House in Mercer County," Feb 9, 1908, p. 8; digital images, Genealogy Bank(genbank.com : accessed Jan 28, 2019).
      On the night of Dec 25, 1775, he hosted the dinner party for Col. Rahl, the Hessian commander, who was killed the following day by Gen Washington's troops after crossing the Delaware River for the Battle of Trenton.

    17. [S6769] Trenton State Gazette, NJ; Jan 15, 1934 - Pearsonville Church Graveyard [5726], New Jersey. Trenton., 5726., "Pearsonville Church Graveyard One of County's Historic Shrines," Jan 15, 1934.
      Buried at the family graveyard (Pearsonville Church Graveyard), White Horse, NJ.

    18. [S83] Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey; 1907 [0222], Francis Bazley Lee, Ed., (The Lewis Publishing Company; New York, NY, & Chicago, IL; 1907), 0222.

    19. [S6760] Charles R. Hutchinson Collection - Pearson Family Records; 1600s-1800s (transcription) [5722B], Charles R. Hutchinson, (familysearch.org: 1917-1919), 5722B., accessed Dec 8, 2018.

    20. [S6770] Trenton Evening Times, NJ; Oct 27, 1929 - Isaac Watson House, White Horse, NJ [5727], New Jersey. Trenton., 5727., "Suburban Shrine Faces Destruction," Oct 27, 1929, p. Sect. 5, p. 86; digital images, Genealogy Bank(genbank.com : accessed Dec 22, 2018).
      She becames the mother of 18 children.

    21. [S275] Mercer Co. Gravestones, Pearson Memorial Methodist Churchyard [0012], 0012., "Mercer County Gravestones, Pearson Memorial Methodist Churchyard,"Vol. 33, Page 12.
      Pearson, Robert, Esqr.; d. May 21, 1753, aged 67.2.10; wife Elizabeth, d. Apr. 23, 1722, aged "almost 36 years;" another wife, Mary, d. Apr. 27, 1771, aged 71 years & 3 months; dau. Grace (of Robert & Mary), see Willam Duglas.

    22. [S6572] Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. 3; 1751-1760 - Robert Pearson; 1751 [5565A], New Jersey., (Internet Archives. archive.org.), 5565A., Will of Robert Pearson; 1751; (archive.org : accessed Sep 25, 2018).

    23. [S6817] Trenton Evening Times; Feb 9, 1908 - Robert Pearson House in Mercer Co., NJ [5769], New Jersey. Trenton., 5769., Joseph H. West, "The Oldest House in Mercer County," Frb 9, 1908, p. 8; digital images, Genealogy Bank(genbank.com : accessed Jan 28, 2019).
      After 1722 (when first wife died).

    24. [S6770] Trenton Evening Times, NJ; Oct 27, 1929 - Isaac Watson House, White Horse, NJ [5727], New Jersey. Trenton., 5727., "Suburban Shrine Faces Destruction," Oct 27, 1929, p. Sect. 5, p. 86; digital images, Genealogy Bank(genbank.com : accessed Dec 22, 2018).

    25. [S6817] Trenton Evening Times; Feb 9, 1908 - Robert Pearson House in Mercer Co., NJ [5769], New Jersey. Trenton., 5769., Joseph H. West, "The Oldest House in Mercer County," Feb 9, 1908, p. 8; digital images, Genealogy Bank(genbank.com : accessed Jan 28, 2019).