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  • Amzell Leona "Zella" (Pilcher) Kinsey (1878 - 1942)
    Amzell Leona Pilcher Kinsey BIRTH 6 Apr 1878 DEATH 11 Aug 1942 (aged 64) BURIAL White Cemetery Villanow, Walker County, Georgia, USA MEMORIAL ID 56842178 · View Source MEMORIAL PHOTOS 1 FLOWERS 1 Fami...
  • Anna W. Pilcher (1888 - 1972)
    Anna W Pilcher BIRTH 5 Nov 1888 DEATH 20 Oct 1972 (aged 83) BURIAL Greenwood Memorial Park Pineville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana, USA MEMORIAL ID 158981032 · View Source MEMORIAL PHOTOS 1 FLOWERS 0 Fam...
  • Annie Mae Pilcher (1896 - 1976)
    Annie Mae Wilson Pilcher BIRTH 8 Oct 1896 Trion, Chattooga County, Georgia, USA DEATH 4 Jun 1976 (aged 79) Rome, Floyd County, Georgia, USA BURIAL Oaknoll Memorial Gardens Cemetery Rome, Floyd County, ...
  • Bennett Mather Pilcher (1809 - 1865)
    08/1840 arrived Port Nicholson, New Zealand; Ship Coromandel from London 10/12/1839. Stephen Pilcher, future husband, on same ship with Susan, 17, Stephen, 11 and John, 8 (from his first marriage to An...
  • Clifton Rip Pilcher (1879 - 1966)
    Clifton Pilcher BIRTH 27 Oct 1879 East Armuchee, Walker County, Georgia, USA DEATH 5 May 1966 (aged 86) Alexandria, Rapides Parish, Louisiana, USA BURIAL Greenwood Memorial Park Pineville, Rapides Pari...

About the Pilcher surname

Pilcher Name Meaning

English (Kentish): occupational name for a maker or seller of pilches, from an agent derivative of Pilch. In early 17th-century English, pilcher was a popular term of abuse, being confused or punningly associated with the unrelated verb pilch ‘to steal’ and with the unrelated noun pilchard, a kind of fish.