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Re: Admiral Pitcher or Pycher
Posted by: William Pitcher (ID *****4760) Date: August 07, 2013 at 15:46:25
In Reply to: Admiral Pitcher or Pycher by Jennifer Gowell of 972

Hi Jennifer: I also have seen undocumented lineages to Admiral Henry Pitcher and better yet his father in law James Bond. Most Documented records I have seen indicate that he had only one daughter. As you, I am descended from the Andrews, father and son. About 20 years ago I received a letter from a lady in Australia. She indicated that Andrews family was living in Creech Saint Michaels near Taunton in the mid 1600's. Andrew Jr. was already living in Boston and his brother William was in Kenton. I went to the Devon Records Office and found that most of the old records were destroyed by fire during WW2. I found Pages of Pitchers in the Taunton Records Office, mostly executed by hanging for participating in the Pitchfork Rebellion. The minor children were exported to Australia. There were no documents concerning the women. Good luck in your search William W. Pitcher


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