Honor Pearce

b. 1752 (app)
bur. 13/11/1814 St Hilary, Cornwall


m. 02/08/1778
Anthony Perrow St Hilary, Cornwall bur. 04/05/1825


bap. 09/05/1778 Anthony Beller Pearce bur. 09/09/1785
bap. 20/02/1780 Dorothy Perrow bur. 05/10/1780
bap. 23/09/1781 John Perrow d. 13/01/1852
bap. 20/04/1783 Dorothy Perrow
bap. 09/09/1785 Elizabeth Perrow
bap. 01/07/1787 Honor Perrow
bap. 28/09/1788 Mary Perrow
bap. 13/11/1791 Jenefer Perrow
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Note: Includes only children from certificates, baptism entries, or from census entries where the relationship is specified. For married women, please see their husband's entry for children from censuses.

Also known as

Honor Perrow, Honour Arrow

Did You Know?

  • The banns for Anthony Perrow and Honor Pearce's marriage in St Hilary describe them as 'both of the Town of Marazion'; marriages were not performed at the church in Marazion until the mid-nineteenth century.
  • Although the surname is given as Arrow not Parrow, I think the 1814 burial of 'Honour wife of Anthony Arrow' is the burial of Honor Pearce wife of Anthony Perrow as they were the only couple with those forenames who had had children baptised in the parish.


09/05/1778 Church, Marazion, Cornwall
02/08/1778 Church, St Hilary, Cornwall
02/08/1778 Cornwall
20/02/1780 Church, Marazion, Cornwall
23/09/1781 Church, Marazion, Cornwall
20/04/1783 Church, St Hilary, Cornwall
09/09/1785 Church, St Hilary, Cornwall
01/07/1787 Church, St Hilary, Cornwall
28/09/1788 Church, St Hilary, Cornwall
13/11/1791 Church, St Hilary, Cornwall
13/11/1814 Church, St Hilary, Cornwall
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