Author Topic: PIERCE From Vermont & Massachusetts  (Read 1311 times)

Offline argyllshiregirl

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PIERCE From Vermont & Massachusetts
« on: Monday 01 June 15 15:25 BST (UK) »
Hello,

My husband's great great grandfather, Reuel A. (likely for Anson) PIERCE, was b. around 1805 somewhere in Vermont, USA. I have no family or exact place of birth for him.

About 1830, Reuel migrated to Upper Canada (now Ontario) with at least 2 other Vermont based families, the SMITHs and RHODES. They all settled in Fitzroy Twp., Carleton County which is near Ottawa. In looking at the SMITH and RHODES families, I learned they had Massachusetts roots. I am thinking that our PIERCEs came from there too.

I have found the SMITH family in Williston Twp., Chittendon County, Vermont before going to Canada. Possibly our PIERCEs were there too, pre 1830?

Reuel PIERCE's daughter, my husband's great grandmother, married William HARRIS in Canada in 1874. My husband has taken a DNA test for his paternal HARRIS line. Wondering if this test can be expanded to pull in any PIERCE connections? Would love to connect to whatever PIERCE line my husband is from.
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Offline aghadowey

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Re: PIERCE From Vermont & Massachusetts
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 01 June 17 17:45 BST (UK) »
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