Last name: Pearce
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Gemma angharad pearce
Our family has been in the USA since the early 1600's and now reside in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, and California.
Sandra Pearce Barlow
My Pearce family has been in the Buckinghamshire/Hertfordshire area of England since at least 1700--- my husband has a Pearce ancestor, totally unrelated to my lot, in Cornwall at about the same date. The family certificates, wills & papers over the years have many spellings-Pierse,Peers,Perce even! Seems to depend on who is doing the writing, so if you can trace your family back far enough it probably pre-dates spelling rules, and we're probably just one big happy family anyway! (-- Lots of my family in Australia, South Africa, New Zealand and the US from way back)
Charles Allen Pearce
I'm new to the crew. I've traced ancesters from Tennesee to Missouri in the mid to late 1800's, Lots of Pearces in Virginia but haven't made the connecction.
Man We Share A Pretty Historic Name *rock* lol
I'm a south london pearce, there's alot of us here.
William Pearce Hi Audrey, Thanks for the hello and Happy Holidays to you from Doreen, Janet and I. Will be phoning you soon.
Hi:) Just a hello to you all:)
proud to be a Pearce i wonder if im ifim realted to any of you
very proud of my name have a grow son named Brendan Patrick Pearce named after Brendan Behan
Im a pearce from bristol, uk
Steven Pearce SC USA
Ben mi 6 great grandfather was George Pearce he was born in Bristol England in 1640. maybe we are kin>
Very Prominent Name in Texas and Oklahoma Wide-Spread Family throughout Texas-Arkansas-Oklahoma and Missouri. Often thought of as Texas Royalty with ties to a lot of Texas oil Money. Annually there is a Large Pearce family reunion in Minneola Texas Area. Many off shoots of a very Large family.
Seán Pádraig Pearce from Dublin, Ireland here, currently living in Sheffield, UK and have been for several years. Plenty of "Pea" Pearces on both sides of the pond. Was born with a full head of spikey hair & was almost named "Spike" at the last minute. If only!! Spike Pearce would have been legendary, but in the end I was named after my late Uncle (Father's brother) & Great Uncle (Father's Unlce) respectively although a lot of my Irish family now spell their name Pearse (an Irish language thing).
Classic! My brothers nick-named me Spike as a kid because my hair was always sticking up! Ive taken to the name again recently. Its funny we share more than just last names in common,eh!
Where i live, there are not many people with the last name Pearce. I am constantly askes where i'm from lol ! This helped a lot.
Stacey Pearce Wallencheck
We are having a difficult time finding anything after my Great-Great-Grandfather William Edward or Edward William Pearce born 19 Mar 1831 in Coventry, Warwickshire, England. According to my grandmother he has been married once before he married my Great-Great-Grandmother Ann Maria Thacker who was born 1 Mar 1849 in Willenhall, Stafforshire, England. They both emigrated to the US before they met and married. Please respond if you have any information that may help me trace further back. Thanks! firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack David pearce
I'm a pearce from Southampton there is a few down here
Strong contingent of Pearce's here in the Pennines. My old man and his family are cockneys from London. He's Vern Pearce which I've always thought was a cool name. It fits his London swagger. Even named my cockerel after him but he recently got killed by a fox. RIP Vern
Well stone the flamin crow's!! We are a motley bunch of "Pea" Pearce's arnt we?!! Im looooving the global feed back, Keep it up Pearceys!
john ronald pearce
Our family is in devon, England, and there's quite a few of us. The family moved down from bristol though about 100 years ago, and continued to grow.
I married into a Pearce family. We live North Florida, USA. Me and my husband recently ran into a nice woman vacationing in our part of Florida from Ireland. She asked if we had family there, and added that it is a very common name in some parts of the country. We clarified with her...Pea Pearce...not Pie Pierce. She confirmed yes, Pea Pearce. Pretty cool!
I am Rick Pearce from central IL in the US. My father, Frank Pearce, has done a ton of genealogy and found that George Pearce came over to Rhode Island in the the mid 1600s. We love having the less common spelling and often quip that we are the Pea Pearces, not the Pie Pierces.
Pearce and proud. From Pennsylvania. English by descent.
I'm Jonny Pearce. I think it's a cool name but not as cool as my brother Phil Pearce and even cooler his son Charlie Pearce. We are from the Swindon area. My Dad's family is originally from the Sunderland area
I am a 'new' Pearce - only 10 months and am getting used to the name. We are from the UK - my husband is originally from Sheffield!
My Grandfather was Albert George Pearce and a very proud man, he had 2 Children both daughters, my Mum Beatrice Ruby Jessie and my Aunt Pamela. Sadly my Mum has passed away but my Aunt is still going strong. We are proud to be Pearce descendants and we all live in Nottinghamshire England.
My family's a little group of Pearce's in Texas. It's kinda neat to read about other people with the same name.
Oops i meant ancestor..
Im a proud Pearce from Australia. My bro lives in the british isles and one of our decendants came from U.K to St. Peters Port and his son moved to OZ. So there you go.
I am a Pearce too but Im black and th name has been our family name for approx 200 years...in jamaica until my parents came to England in 1957 and the name is still going strong... I would love to know how i got my name (can anyone help me)...but don't get me wrong I'm proud of my name. Mark
My dad is mark pearce. we're white rastas
I'm a Pearce from Devon UK. I know a few Pearce's who I have meet at school and college but most of them spelt their's with an ( I) pierce.
I was a Pearce, from Bath, Somerset.
I am a Pearce. We are the best. Better than all the rest.