Person:Jeremiah Peirce (7)

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m. 10 Nov 1810
  1. Mary Ann Peirce1811 - 1880
  2. David Zeigler PeirceABT 1813 - 1843
  3. James S. Peirce1815 - 1816
  4. Jeremiah Hunt Peirce1818 - 1889
  5. Joseph Crane Peirce1821 - 1899
m. 9 Jun 1846
  1. Samuel Forrer Peirce1847 - 1855
  2. Henrietta Elliot Peirce1848 - 1919
  3. Edward Davies Peirce1850 - 1868
  4. Sarah Howard Peirce1853 - 1930
  5. Mary Forrer Peirce1855 - 1892
  6. Elizabeth Forrer Peirce1857 - 1930
  7. John Elliot Peirce1861 - 1940
  8. Howard Forrer Peirce1865 - 1899
  • HJeremiah Hunt Peirce1818 - 1889
  • WMary Forrer1838 - 1929
m. 5 Oct 1882
Facts and Events
Name Jeremiah Hunt Peirce
Gender Male
Birth[7][2] 8 Sep 1818 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United States
Namesake[12] 8 Sep 1818 Jeremiah Hunt, merchant from Cincinnati, in whose family J. H. Peirce's mother was raised
Graduation[1][4] 1835 Oxford, Butler, Ohio, United StatesMiami University
Marriage 9 Jun 1846 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Statesto Elizabeth Hannah Forrer
Occupation[5][6] 1850-1870 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United StatesMiami Lard Oil manufacturing co.
Census[8] 28 Sep 1850 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United StatesWard 2, next-door to Samuel and Sarah Forrer
Census[9] 23 Jun 1860 Harrison, Montgomery, Ohio, United States
Occupation[5] 1870-1873 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Stateslard oil or building materials, it's unclear
Census[5] 11 Jun 1870 Harrison, Montgomery, Ohio, United States
Occupation[5] 1873-1876 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Statesbuilding materials manufactur with D. W. Stewart
Occupation[5][7][11][6][10] 1876-1889 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Stateslumber dealer in firm Peirce & Coleman
Census[10] 16 Jun 1880 Harrison, Montgomery, Ohio, United States
Marriage 5 Oct 1882 to Mary Forrer
Death[2] 6 May 1889 Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United StatesFive Oaks
Burial[3] 8 May 1889 Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United StatesSection 77, Lot 27
Occupation? Miami Lard Oil Co.; Peirce & Coleman contractors and lumber merchants

Letter from Miami University, May 21, 1855, regarding the Class of 1835. Also Miami University Alumni catalog, 1809-1909: http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/univdocs,2702.

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References
  1. Peirce family; Forrer family; and Howard family. Forrer-Peirce-Wood Collection.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bruen, Frank. Christian Forrer, the clockmaker, and his descendants. (Rutland, Vermont: Tuttle, 1939).
  3. Woodland Cemetery & Arboretum. Woodland Cemetery Records Database.
  4. Miami University Alumni catalog, 1809-1909, 1909.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Dayton (Ohio) city directories. (Woodbridge, Connecticut: Research Publications, c1980-1984).
  7. 7.0 7.1 Edgar, John Farris. Pioneer life in Dayton and vicinity, 1796-1840. (Fairborn, Ohio: Cincinnati Branch Library, 1973).
  8. United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  9. United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  10. 10.0 10.1 United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
  11. Centennial portrait and biographical record of the city of Dayton and of Montgomery County, Ohio: containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies and portraits of the presidents of the United States and biographies of the governors of Ohio. (A.W. Bowen, 1897).
  12. Crane, Sarah Schenck. The Crane family history. (Cincinnati: Ebert & Richardson Co., 1911).