|Also Known As:||"Persall"|
|Birthplace:||Hempstead, Long Island, Province of New York|
|Death:||Died in Pelham, Westchester County, Province of New York|
Son of Henry Pearsall, of Hempstead and Ann Pearsall
|Managed by:||Paul Douglas Van Dillen|
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Thomas Pearsall; son of Henry Pearsall; resided at Hempstead, L.I., N.Y. Married Mary Seaman, daughter of Captain John Seaman.
Sarah Pearsall, died January 28, 1753; resided at Bethpage, L.I., N.Y. married John Titus, son of John Titus and his wife Sarah Willis.
Mary Pearsall, married Richard Valentine.+
Henry Pearsall, born 1689. Westbury Friends Records say that Henry Pearsall of Bethpage died 10th mo. 12, 1749-50, age 60 years, in unity with Friends; resided at Bethpage, L.I., N.Y.; married Mary Titus, born 4 mo. 13, 1696, daughter of John Titus and his wife Sarah Willis.
Samuel Pearsall, died May 25, 1756; resided at Hempstead, Long Island, New York and Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey; married Martha--?
Anne Pearsall died unmarried.
Deborah Pearsall, resided at Cow Neck, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y.; married prior to 1729, Charles Mott.
The executors of Henry Pearsall instead of dividing his lands among his sons conveyed it all to Nathaniel who subsequently gave each brother his share. The deed to Thomas, the youngest, follows:--Deed of gift made this eighteenth of September in ye year of our Lord 1692 witnesth that I Nathaniel Pearsall of Hempstead on Long Island in Queens County in ye Province of New York have given to my brother Thomas Pearsall of ye townand county afore said several parcels of land and meadow for several good causes and considerations mee here-unto especially moving and do now give a confirmation of ye same as followeth I do give to my sd brother half my meadow and land in Washburns Neck in quantity and quality and also half my meadow at Hurngry Hollow Harbor and one quarter part of my meadow at Far Rockaway ar what shall be laid in ye lue of it and one fourth or quarter part of seventy eight acres of land near adjoining to his dwelling house in ye north woods and ye division of ye orchard to remain as divided and divided and a part of right of old Rainers which is given to my sd brother and my brother George equal alike which they have taken up land for on ye east side ye harbor path also to my sd brother Thomas Pearsall I give one quarter part of my hollows and divisions on ye plains and one third part of my right on Cow Neck all which above sd I do freely give and dispose from me my heirs or assigns to my sd brother Thomas Pearsall to him his heirs or assigns to have and to hold forever as his or their own right and in testimony of ye premeses I have hereunto set my hand and fixed my seal ye day and year above wrighten. Signed sealed and delivered--Nathaniel Pearsall, witnesses Solomon Seaman, John Williams, Joseph Pettit.
Apparently Nathaniel gave his brother Daniel more than is share as we find the latter making a substantial gift to his brother Thomas.
Notes taken from Clarence Pearsall's Book Vol.III, page 1340
+ Richard Valentine, the earliest of the name in New York, was born about 1610, reportedly in Lancashire, England. Some authorities state that he was a lineal descendant of Richard Valentine of the Parish of Eccles, the ancestor of the New England Valentines. He came to this country with the Winthrop-Saltonstall party, going first to Watertown, Massachusetts. He moved on to Wethersfield, Hartford colony, and from there crossed Long Island Sound to Hempstead, Long Island, in 1644. The first division of land among the sixty-six original properitors-- one of whom was Richard Valentine--took place in 1644. On 14 March 1658 he purchased an additional five acres of meadow from Thomas Ellison. The original homestead is said to have been six hundred acres.
Notes taken from The origin of Richard Valentine.
15. Mary2 Seaman (John1) died Unknown. She married Thomas Pearsall, son of Henry Pearsall and Ann Valentine. He was born (Source: Pearsall, Clarence E., History and Genealogy of the Pearsall Family in England and America, (San Francisco: H.S. Crocker Co., 1928), vol. 3, p. 1340, resided at Hempstead, L.I., NY.), and died Unknown.
Children of Mary Seaman and Thomas Pearsall are:
+ 107 i. Sarah3 Pearsall, died January 28, 1753.
+ 108 ii. Mary Pearsall, died Unknown.
109 iii. Samuel Pearsall, died Unknown.
110 iv. Anne Pearsall (Source: Pearsall, Clarence E., History and Genealogy of the Pearsall Family in England and America, (San Francisco: H.S. Crocker Co., 1928), vol. 3, p. 1340, died unmarried.), died Unknown.
+ 111 v. Deborah Pearsall, died Unknown.
112 vi. Martha Pearsall, died Unknown.
+ 113 vii. Henry Pearsall, born 1689; died February 10, 1749/50.
THOMAS PEARSALL, son of Henry Pearsall, Chapter 30, Section 1 ; resided atHempstead, L. I., N. Y.; married Mary Seaman, daughter of Captain JohnSeaman. Children:—
1. Sarah Pearsall, died January 28, 1753; resided at Bethpage, L. I., N. Y.;married John Titus, son of John Titus and his wife Sarah Willis.
2. Mary Pearsall, married Richard Valentine.
3. Henry Pearsall, born 1689. Chapter 44, Section 2.
4. Samuel Pearsall. Chapter 44, Section 18.
5. Anne Pearsall, died unmarried.
6. Deborah Pearsall, resided at Cow Neck, Hempstead, L. I., N. Y.; marriedprior to 1729, Charles Mott.
7. Martha Pearsall
1. Sarah Pearsall, b. WFT Est 1668-1708, d. 28 Jan 1753, resided at Bethpage, LI, NY
2. Anne Pearsall, b. WFT Est 1668-1708, d. WFT Est 1680-1790
3. Mary Pearsall, b. WFT Est 1668-1708, d. WFT Est 1686-1790
4. Samuel Pearsall, b. WFT Est 1668-1708, d. WFT Est 1681-1787
5. Martha Pearsall, b. WFT Est 1668-1708, d. WFT Est 1680-1790
6. Deborah Pearsall, b. WFT Est 1684-1711, d. UNKNOWN, resided at Cow Neck, Hempstead, LI, NY
7. Henry Pearsall, b. 1689, of Bethpage, LI, NY d. 12 Oct 1749