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The Pitcher Book: A Genealogical History of…

The Pitcher Book: A Genealogical History of the Descendants of Andrew…

by William Richard Phipps

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The Pitcher name seems most prevalent in Eastern England and it could have possibly come from a job description as many surnames were derived from the actual occupation of the name bearer. It seems to be most definitely of Anglo-Saxton origin somewhere in the range of the years 1200 to 1500. This massive volume covers thirteen generations of Pitchers beginning with Andrew Pitcher who was born in Devonshire, Parish of Kent, or Worcester, England, in 1621; and came to America about 1634. Entries typically include the descendant's full name, date and place of birth, name of spouse and date of marriage, names of spouse's parents, date of death and place of burial, and names of children with date and place of birth for each. Additional information, such as occupation, is often provided. A list of sources and a full name index add to the value of this work. 2007, 8½x11, cloth, index, 942 pp.

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