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  Joseph Pease (railway pioneer) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Joseph Pease (22 June 1799 8 February 1872) was involved in the early railway system in England and was the first Quaker elected to Parliament.
Pease was married to Emma Gurney, daughter of Joseph Gurney of Norwich in 1826.
In 1832 Pease was elected as a Member of Parliament for South Durham.
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 Descendants of Robert Pease   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Joseph Pease was born on 10 Mar 1692 in Enfield, CT, died on 26 May 1757 in Enfield, CT and was buried in Enfield St Cemetery, Rt 5, Enfield, CT.
Joseph Pease was born in 1728 in Enfield, CT and died on 16 Oct 1794 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.
Heman Pease was born in 1757 in Enfield, CT and died on 5 Dec 1828 in Longmeadow, Hampden, MA.
homepage.myeastern.com /~kamaba/Pease.htm   (8208 words)

  
 Durham Mining Museum - Archives
Sir Joseph Pease was the eldest son of the late Mr.
Joseph Pease, of Darlington, a well-known coal and ironstone mine-owner, and the first member of the Society of Friends to sit in the House of Commons, by his marriage with Emma, daughter of the later Mr.
Sir Joseph's Parliamentary career began in 1865, when he was returned in the Liberal interest for South Durham, the constituency which his father had represented from 1832 to 1841, and he continued to sit for that division until 1885.
www.dmm.org.uk /archives/a_obit09.htm   (601 words)

  
 Joseph Pease
Pease married Emma Gurney, the daughter of Joseph Gurney a successful Quaker businessman from Norwich.
Joseph and Emma's daughter, Elizabeth Pease, became one of the most female reformers in the 19th century.
Pease retired from the House of Commons in 1841.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /REpease.htm   (382 words)

  
 Tomorrow's History - Search Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Henry Fell Pease was the eldest son of Henry Pease and a grandson of Edward, "the Father of the railways".
Gurney Pease was the fourth son of Joseph Pease of Southend.He was educated at Grove House,Tottenham and then embarked on a commercial career in his father's office, eventually becoming involved with the whole range of the Pease family's industrial and commercial undertakings.
Edward was the son of Joseph Pease (1799-1872) and in common with many members of his family he worked in the family woollen business-history records him as one of the more considerate local employers.
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 EDWARD PEASE (1767–1858) - Online Information article about EDWARD PEASE (1767–1858)
Henry Pease (1807–1881), was M.P. for South Durham from 1857 to 1865.
Arthur Pease (1837–1898), member of parliament from 188o to 1885 and again from 1895 to 1898.
The Diaries of Edward Pease were edited by Sir Alfred Pease in 1907.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /PAS_PER/PEASE_EDWARD_17671858_.html   (456 words)

  
 The Benner, Cleaveland and Related Families - Person Page 90
     Joseph Pease was born on 10 March 1691/92 in in Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony.
     Hannah Pease was born 1722 in in Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony.
She married James Pease, son of James Pease and Mary Abbe, on 16 October 1737 in in Somers, Tolland County, Connecticut Colony.
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 Harl Pease
Harl Pease Jr., might not have participated in the Rabaul mission: he was not scheduled to go; he had just returned from a gruelling attack on a Jap New Guinea base; his own plane was not fit to fly and the best replacement he could find for it had been declared unserviceable for combat.
Pease's airplane - the same that had been called unserviceable for combat the day before - was one of those which bore the brunt of Jap attack.
The squadron was attacked by about thirty enemy aircraft, before reaching their target, but Captain Pease, on the wing of the squadron, was able to shoot down several Zeroes, and managed to drop his bomb load on the hostile base.
home.st.net.au /~dunn/harlpease.htm   (1444 words)

  
 Re: Bozeman,Mont. Pease's
Joseph Pease was a farmer, stock-grower, who moved to Montana, via Michigan and Wisconsin, and became one of the first settlers of Gallatin Valley in the 1880s.
Pease was a county attorney in 1894, and a city attorney Apr 1895.
Joseph was educated at the Montana Academy in 1889, Richardson Prep School in Madison, Wisconsin 1890-1902, and graduated from the Chicago College of Dental Surgery D.D. S in 1897, and the Pacific Coast College of Medicine M.D. in 1901.
genforum.genealogy.com /pease/messages/2688.html   (524 words)

  
 Page 4. The Industrial Past   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
The handwriting in the illustrations, is that of Joseph Pease (1737-1808), eldest son of Edward Pease the first Quaker Pease.
By the 1830's, the Peases had enlarged their business interests from woolcombing and weaving, banking and railways, expanding into collieries, ironstone mining, limestone quarrying and property development.
Joseph Pease (1799-1872) in particular, played a pivotal part in the foundation of the town of Middlesbrough.
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/jgpease/page4the.htm   (231 words)

  
 Durham Mining Museum - Pease, Joseph
Joseph Pease, second son of Edward Pease, was born at Darlington, June 22, 1799.
Like his father, he was intimately connected with the railway, and gave much of his time to developing that mode of transit ; in fact, it would be a very difficult task to enumerate the multitude of industries and enterprises which this energetic man in one way or another assisted.
Pease was a devoted member of the Society of Friends, and held all the most responsible positions in that body; in fact, his labours in that direction extended over a great part of the United Kingdom.
www.dmm.org.uk /whoswho/p008.htm   (687 words)

  
 Register Report: Robert Pease (1565-1623)
Samuel Pease is believed to be identical with the Capt. Samuel Pease, commander of the sloop of war "Mary", fitted out by the Massachusetts Colony to protect the coast from the attacks of French privateers and pirated operating under letters of marquee granted by the King of France.
Joseph PEASE; Born 3 Aug 1707 in Enfield, Hartford, CT viii.
Joseph PEASE; Born 20 Jun 1713 in Enfield, Hartford, CT Died 9 Sep 1800 in Enfield, Hartford, CT He married Sarah PEASE, daughter of Robert PEASE "The Latter" and Hannah WARRINER.
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 The Pease Family of Martha's Vineyard: Eighth Generation by Richard Bart
Pease was a member of the Oriental Lodge, and the Sons of the American Revolution.
Joseph Pease was a painter and freight agent.
A portrait of Zalmon Stuart, former Edgartown lighthouse keeper, and grandfather of Henry A. Pease, was bequeathed to the Dukes County Historical Society.
history.vineyard.net /pease3.htm   (8652 words)

  
 Elizabeth Pease
Joseph Pease and Elizabeth Beaumont, was born in 1807.
Elizabeth supported the campaign for the 1832 Reform Act which enabled her father, Joseph Pease, to become Britain's first Quaker member of the House of Commons.
Elizabeth Pease was in close contact with the Chartists in Darlington and helped to distribute their literature.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /REpeaseE.htm   (554 words)

  
 Pease & Associates, Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
JOSEPH V. President and CEO Joe Pease draws on more than 20 years experience as a business advisor to successfully direct Pease and Associates.
Pease and Associates, Inc. separately and through its predecessor, has been a member of this organization since 1986.
Before founding Pease and Associates, Joe was a partner with a large Cleveland-based accounting firm.
www.peasecpa.com /partners.aspx?0   (258 words)

  
 Peaseb   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
The Pease branch to which I belong, finds its later origin in the removal of Edward Pease, (1711-1785), son of Joseph Pease, (1665-1719), from Pease Hall, Shafton, to Darlington, County Durham.
Joseph, by his marriage to Mary Richardson produced a son Edward (1767-1858), (Edward married Rachel Whitwell), who continuing the traditions of the business, expanded into railways.
Joseph married into the Gurney family of Norwich (He married Emma Gurney)and amongst his children Joseph Whitwell Pease, the eldest child and my Great-grandfather, (1828-1903), continued the business tradition of his father.
www.kinloch.ukgateway.net /pease.htm   (414 words)

  
 Family History
Robert Pease (1656-1744) was born in Salem and was the second son of John Sr.
Seth Pease (1765-1819) was born in Suffield and later held several important governmental positions.
David Mills Pease (1815-1890) was born in Deerfield; and after living in New England and New York, he moved to Ohio prior to 1838 where he was listed on the 1840 Chagrin Falls/Orange census as a farmer.
creeksideartgallery.com /articles/peaseware/peaseware2.html   (1606 words)

  
 Page 2. Family Origins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
1485 of Great Baddow), Joseph Pease who was the son of William Pease (1645-1692 of Fishlake), removed from Fishlake to Shafton in Yorkshire.
Footnote to illustration: Pease Hall, Shafton Green in the Parish of Felkirk near Barnsley, Yorkshire, was c.
Over the last 200 years, not a single Pease generation has lived the greater part of his or her adult life in the same family home as that of his or her parents.
ourworld.compuserve.com /homepages/jgpease/page2fam.htm   (287 words)

  
 Joseph Ires Pease
PEASE, Joseph Ires, engraver, born in Norfolk, Connecticut, 9 August, 1809; died at Twin Lakes, near Salisbury, Connecticut, 2 July, 1883.
At the age of fourteen he was placed in a dry-goods store in Hartford, where he employed his time in imitating labels and such other designs as came under his notice.
In 1835 Pease went to Philadelphia, and there he engraved some of his choicest plates for the "Gift," an annual.
famousamericans.net /josephirespease   (489 words)

  
 The Benner, Cleaveland and Related Families - Person Page 38
Robert Pease The Locksmith was born circa 1565 in in Great Baddow, Essex, England.
She married Robert Pease The Locksmith, son of John Pease The Clothier and Margaret Hyckes, circa 1586 in in Great Baddow, Essex, England.
She married Captain John Pease, son of John Pease and Mary Goodell, on 30 January 1676/77 in in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts Colony.
www.rgcle.com /SS/p38.htm   (1396 words)

  
 Earl Fischer Database of St. Louisans
Joseph Charles CHENIER was born on 11 Nov 1811.
She was married to Joseph Swasey PEASE on 6 Nov 1834 in St Louis King Fr, St Louis, St Louis Co, MO. Children were: Joseph PEASE, Athalie PEASE, Oliver Chenie PEASE, Therese PEASE.
She was married to Joseph SMITZER on 21 Sep 1837 in St Louis King Fr, St Louis, St Louis Co, MO.
www.stlgs.org /efdb/d126.htm   (1028 words)

  
 Ron and Kate's Genealogy Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
On the 10th of August, 1802, was born to Polly Pease, wife of Reuben Seavey, a son named Robert Seavey, Jr., being the first child born within the limits of the township.
Among these were Samuel and Joseph Osgood, who commenced in the north or northeasterly part of the town, in what is still known as "Osgood Settlement," and soon after were followed by their brother, Benjamin Osgood, from New Hampshire, whence they had emigrated.
At this meeting, Joseph Osgood, Joseph Pease Jr., and Samuel Brown were chosen a committee to superintend the building of school-houses.
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 The Joseph Norton Family of Martha's Vineyard  (Banks Vol. III, pp. 357-374.)
(on the "Sarson lot"), yeoman, called "Junior" to distinguish him from his cousin Joseph (39); had two wives, the first one unknown in name or residence, who was the mother of his children; m.
Nothing further is known of either of his marriages or the dates of death of his wives.
MEHITABLE PEASE (291)4 Dec. 1770, who was b.
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 GedBrowser   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Joseph Talcott Esqr Governour of His Majests Colony ofConnecticutt in New England To Mr.
The first of the Pease family in America was Robert, who married Marie -,father of John Pease, Sr., called the father of Enfield.
John Pease, Sr.,married Mary Goodell and had a son, Capt ain John Pease, jr., a member ofthe Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston, serve d in theColonial Wars, and married Margaret Adams, daughter of James and Frances(Vassall) Ada ms.
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 Cape Cod Confidential : Dead Men Walking
In 1720, Pease found himself a prisoner aboard a convict ship (the reason he was there has been lost to history).
Pease apparently was not a follower of the Atkins Diet, because he later broke into a tavern and made off with a bottle of rum, some sweetcakes and ten silver coins.
When Pease was caught the next day, he confessed, and on the basis of his admission he was executed a month later in Barnstable.
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 Seth Pease   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Seth Pease, born in 1764, one of Joseph Pease’s eleven children, played an important role as surveyor of the Western Reserve lands in Ohio and participated in important expeditions which helped open up these lands for settlement.
Field notes, journals, and correspondence made by Pease provide today’s historians with details of these journeys which took place in 1796 and 1797.
Seth Pease was graduated from Yale College where he had excelled in math, thus preparing him for his career as a surveyor.
www.suffield-library.org /localhistory/pease.htm   (223 words)

  
 Historic Personalities of the Lower Naugatuck Valley - by Dorothy DeBisschop - page26 - Oxford Past
Joseph Hemstead, of the old town of Derby, marched to the relief of Boston and served two days in that area.
However, as his name was on the list of those that were eligible for payment for their services, he presumably survived that encounter and simply did not re-enlist for military service.
Joseph Pease spent two days in the Lexington-Concord Alarm and is also listed as serving from July 1, 1780 to December of that year in the Second Regiment of the Connecticut Line.
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 A "Cousins page" for the Pease Genealogy
Grandmother was Zoe Celestia Pease, born August 13, 1886 in Weston, Vt. daughter of Albert and Mary (Sheldon) Pease.
John Pease was in the US Navy and upon his discharge in approx 1929 did not return to Chicago, but remained in Washington state.
Nathaniel PEASE (1678 - 1752?) and Abigail VINCENT (1677 - 1776)
spicerweb.org /genealogy/pease/pease_cousins.html   (4592 words)

  
 Second Allegation Made Against Priest Who Resigned Over
Diocese officials confronted Pease in 1995 but there were "discrepancies in the accounts" and Pease made no admission of guilt, Dattilo said.
Church officials took no action against Pease and did not contact authorities in 1995 the year Pease was transferred to Divine Redeemer in Mount Carmel.
Pease admitted to the inappropriate sexual contact and was removed Dec. 13, the letter said.
www.yourlawyer.com /articles/read/3950   (655 words)

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