I’ve picked through a little bit of the family geneology that Carole Pierce Gardner recently sent. One great thing about having information about our ancestors is that we now have a rich set of names that can be used for any of our future children, assuming we are going to use family names. Here’s a few of the possibilities arising out of the Pierce line prior to the Revolutionary War.
Ephraim Pierce, Annah Pierce, Abiah Pierce, Persis Pierce, Experience Holbrook, Josiah Turner, Abiezer Turner, Cornelius Briggs, Thankful Briggs, Ezra Briggs, Abiezer Chittenden, Ezekiel Chittenden, Azrikim Pierce, Azrikim Pierce, Isaac Pierce, Freelove Pierce, Hopestill Pierce, Tabitha Pierce, Ephraim Pierce, Clothier Pierce, Ephraim Pierce, Abiezer Peck, Experience Pierce, Levi Pierce, Mial Pierce, Ephraim Pierce, Wheeler Pierce, Mial Pierce, Job Pierce Caleb Pierce, Persis Holbrook, Mercy Farrow, Bethia Farrow, Seth Farrow, Ezekiel Farrow, Bethia Holbrook, Bethiah Holbrook, Desire Holbrook, Moses Daniels, Mercy Daniels, Bethiah Daniels, Jerusha Pierce, Ebenezer Bailey, Ebenezer Pierce, Ebenezer Pierce, Persis Pierce, Caleb Pierce
Nehemiah Pierce, Ezekiel Pierce, Seth B. Pierce, Desire Pierce, Jeremiah Pierce, Hulda Pierce, Abner Pierce, Elisha Pierce, Elisha Pierce, Calvin Pierce, Persis Pierce, Mercy Ford, Hester Ford, Ebenezer Josselyn, Abraham Josselyn, Hezekiah Ford, Thankful Ford, Shubael Bearse
Hezekiah Bearse, Thankful Whitmarsh, Abiah Whitmarsh, Ebenezer Whitmarsh, Abiah Whitmarsh, Abiah Ford, Mial Bearse