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    "Blunston Pearson", pp. 110-118 of "J. Granville Leach Collection, Genealogical Data, Vol IV"; FHL Microfilm 481,830. Typed manuscript, described in the first sentence as: "The following is a copy of a genealogy prepared by John Pearson, Esq., son of Thomas and Anne Pearson, of Darby, Pa., and signed by him in 1812".
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