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Thomas and Peter Pearcifull/Percifield
Posted by: Susan Grabek (ID *****3458) Date: October 30, 2004 at 17:20:49
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Hello to all,

I hope I have come to the right place to get some information on one or both of these men. I have stumbled across their names in researching my Lindsey family who lived in Frederick Co. Va in the mid 1700's, then near Fort Pitt during the Revolutionary War. I am curious to see how they might relate to my Lindsey family, or to each other.

Peter Percifield was a witness to a Lindsey family deed in Frederick Co., Va in 1767. In 1780, David Lindsey and Thomas Pearcesal were in court on perjury charges in Yohogania Co., VA (later became Wasington Co., PA). Thomas Pearcifull/Piercefield was a private third class with David Lindsey in Capt. Robert Miller's Company, 4th PA Battalion, in Washington Co., PA in 1782.

Does any of this fit with any of your Peter's or Thomas's? I would appreciate any information that you might have. Thanks!

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