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Caroline Loring and George Pease
Posted by: Richard Bart (ID *****5394) Date: June 02, 2009 at 07:28:09
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After exhausting the Pease websites, I am hoping a Loring researcher might help

George W. Pease; b. Apr 06, 1814; d. Oct 06, 1890 from cancer of the liver in Salem; m. (2) Caroline Loring; b. Mar 01, 1822 in Salem; d. Feb 25, 1888 from heart disease in Salem. She was the daughter of Joshua Loring; b. in Hingham, MA; d. Jun 21, 1866 in Salem, and Sarah Woodbury; b. Jan 1783 in Gloucester, MA; d. Nov 05, 1866 in Salem. George was a newspaper editor for the Salem Observer after completing his apprenticeship Jan 07, 1837. The firm was known as Pease and Ives. Children of George W. and Caroline (Loring) Pease born in Salem, MA:

Helen L. Pease; b. Jul 13, 1852; m. Oct 18, 1876 in Salem, Charles F. Pousland; age 26; b. in Salem.

Caroline Lewis Pease; b. Oct 25, 1855 in Salem; m. Oct 19, 1881 by clergyman Hugh Elder to Frank Appleton Brown; b. Jul 17, 1853 in Salem

George was the son of Robert Pease; m. Dec 16, 1801 at the North Church in Salem, MA, Letitia (Latty) Clough; b. Nov 14, 1778; d. Jan 06, 1853 as a widow in Salem. She was the daughter of __etison and Lois Clough. This must be the Robert Pease who on Aug 12, 1825 at Salem, MA, was issued seamanís protection papers certificate # 8307. His age was 44, and he was born in Salem.

Any Lorings out there with this connection?
Rick in taunton, MA

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