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Ellis Island Arrivals
Frank Pair from Paignton, England in 1907 - age 25
Geraldo Pair from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1913 - age 27
Jennie Pair from Peterson, New Jersey in 1922 - age 42
Jesus Pair from Coruna, Spain in 1920 - age 18
John Pair in 1923 - age 22
Newell M. Pair from Manhato, Kansas in 1913 - age 39
Nita Pair from Manhato, Kansas in 1913 - age 35
Paul Pair from McPherson, Kansas in 1924 - age 26
Pauline Pair from McPherson, Kansas in 1924 - age 23
Vittorio Pair from Trevise in 1898 - age 16
William Pair in 1923 - age 38
William Thomas Pair in 1923 - age 26

Freedman's Bank Records
Paires, Mary - daughter/of  George & Sarah Stephensen
Pairs, Esther - daughter/of  Jacob & Rachel

Illinois
Elaine Maddox elainetm@starpower.net 
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~elainetmaddox/index.htm 
Looking for connections to these families found in Chicago City directories 
1873
James Hruska...........Residence: 20 Seward
Joseph Hruska..........Residence: 20 Seward
Martin Pear...............laborer, Residence: 211 Portland Ave.
1874
Frank Hruska.............laborer, Residence: 82 Clayton
Martin Hruska............laborer, Residence: 211 Portland Ave.
Joseph Hruska...........machinist, Residence: 211 Portland Ave.
1875
Martin Pear
................laborer, Residence: 211 Portland Ave
1876
Joseph Hruska.............machinist, Residence: Butler near 31st
James Pear.................machinist, Residence: W. 22nd corner Fisk
Lantz Pear..................carpenter, Residence: 77 Larrabee
Martin Pear.................carpenter, Residence: W. 22nd corner Union
1877
Frans Hruska...............laborer, Residence: 82 Clayton
1878
Frank Hruska................candle maker, Residence: 82 Clayton
John Hruska.................laborer, Residence: 211 Portland Ave.
Joseph Hruska..............machinist, Residence: 236 Kossuth
Vaclav Hruska..............baker, Residence: 123 W. 19th
1879
Frank Hruska..................laborer, Residence: 82 Clayton
James Pear....................laborer, Residence: 336 W. 26th St.
John Peary.....................watchman, Residence: 734 Emerald
1880
Albert Hruska....................laborer, Residence:20 Seward
Frank Hruska.....................laborer, Residence: 78 Clayton
Frank Hruska.....................laborer, Residence: 82 Clayton
James Hruska....................laborer, Residence: 4 Clayton
Joseph Hruska...................laborer, Residence: 20 Seward
Joseph Hruska...................machinist, Residence: 2715 Portland Ave..
Martin Hruska.....................laborer, Residence: 2715 Portland Ave.
1881
James Pear
........................Employed by Renzy & Co., 653 N. Throop, Residence: 4 Clayton
1882
Joseph Hruska....................molder, Residence: 220 Kossuth
Martin Pear.........................laborer, Residence: 439 W. 26th
1883
John Hruska........................milk peddler, Residence: 2715 Portland Ave..
Michael Hruska....................laborer, 3143 Butler
Morgan Hruska....................laborer, Residence: 2715 Portland Ave..
Martin Pear.........................woodworker, Residence: 212 W. 23rd Place
1884
Anton Hruska.......................butcher, Residence: 20 Seward
Frank Hruska.......................laborer, Residence: 18 Seward
James Pear.........................laborer, Residence: 1 Clayton
Larsham Pear......................carpenter, Residence: 246 N. Market
Martin Pear..........................machinist, Residence: 2404 Butterfield

Iowa
Washington Co. History of Kalona

Kansas
Index of "Cowley County Heritage Book"
PAIR Eugene p120

Louisiana
Grant Parish Tax List 1865

Winn Parish Tax List 1865

The History of Claiborne Parish
Reynolds was a man of great energy. He made more improvements and sold out oftener than any man in the parish, except perhaps, John D. Pair.

Minnesota
Minneapolis City Directories Contributed by Elaine
elainetm@starpower.net Czech-L Listowner
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~elainetmaddox/index.htm 
1890 Census substitute for (Anna Hruska Slepicka's) brother. He is working at a company where my grandfather (Michael Slepicka) was foreman. Pear, of course, is their Americanization of Hruska (literal translation).
Database: Minneapolis, Minnesota Directories, 1889-91 Matches: 5

Name Business Name Occupation Location 1 Location 2 City State Year
Pear G Malmberg laborer r 1110 Western avenue Minneapolis MN 1890, 1891
John Pear clerk b 2300 23d avenue n Minneapolis MN 1890, 1891
Joseph Pear Bardwell, Robinson & Co laborer b 230?? N 4th Minneapolis MN
1890, 1891
Joseph ?? Pear carver b 2304 N 4th Minneapolis MN 1890, 1891
Mary Pear knitter b 2304 N 4th Minneapolis MN 1890, 1891

Missouri
From Wilcox Buick Corp, Kansas City, Mo.
Date 1960 - The planters ship sailed and landed at port in North Carolina in 1736. Some of those sailing were names of Bowers, Pairs, Willcockson's, Boones, and Horrle's.  I have spent a lot of time on the family tree and find that the Willcockson's, Pairs, and Boones left North Carolina in the migration west for Kentucky and Tennessee. Of those that traveled together were 3 brothers of the Wilcoxon's.  I would like to establish which of 3 brothers that my bunch was from William Willcockson John "George."  John Willcockson married Sara Boone sister of Daniel Boone, and Bowers and Pairs settled in and around Kentucky then to Missouri. The state was young and hardships hit nearly all the families coming west, so they separated, some inter-marrying.  My main concern is who my great grand father was.  This is in part from a letter my father received in 1960 from this man in Kansas.  Hope it will be of value to you.
Sincerely, R. E. Wilcoxon.

The Ledger of J. W. Cramer, M.D., Jackson, MO.:
Pair, John 1855-56-57-59-62-63-65-68-1869 (payment made by Mr. Tucker)
Pair, Milas 1859-60-61 (paid by Mr. Allen)
Pair, Mrs. Joshua (widow) 1862
Pear (Pair), Robt. 1851-53-55-56-58

Vernon Co. Back Taxes Index 1893

Nebraska
Gage Co. Farmers Directory 1890-1891
Pair W H - Blue Springs

Oklahoma
Beckham County   -  History of Carter, part 12
The following list of the men who bring cotton to the Carter gin: (Name-Bales ) - T. K. PAIR - 1

[The following file was listed under Beckham Co., Ok., but is in regards to a family from Cobb Co., Ga.  I have no idea if the William R. Pair listed is from Ga. or Ok. EG] 
aa. Hettie Irene Jones, born 9 April 1918, married Fred Howell (Callaway) Garner 24 November 1940. Fred was the son of William Jackson Gallaway and wife Annie Pearl Jenkins. Fred took the last name of his step-father, John Malcom Garner. Fred and Irene are buried in Mozley Memorial Gardens, Cobb County, Georgia.
aaa. [16]Hedy Wynelle Garner, born 1942, married Glenn A. Beavers. Wynelle and Glenn Beavers.
bbb. James Howell Garner, born 1945, married (1) Linda Taylor, (2) Patsy Caldwell
ccc. Pamela Jewell Garner, born 1950, married William R. Pair.
ddd. Bobbie Jane Garner, born 1953, married Ronald Lands.
eee. Patricia LaRose Garner, born 1959, married Michael Hunt.
fff. Elizabeth Ann Garner, born 1961, married Rodney Self.

Pennsylvania
Ship Malborough arriving 1741
Michal Pair age 55

Tennessee
HARDEMAN COUNTY
Constitution of the Walnut Grove Baptist Church, State of Tennessee, Hardeman County, March 4, 1850.
The undersigned Brethern and Sisters were then regularly organized into the Baptist Church according to the Scriptural plan as we conceive, after which a charge was delivered to them by Bishop L. Savage upon the importance of their Christian obligations and duties. Solomon Jacobs 1 Sarah Ervin 4 Olivia Jacobs 2 Henry Brewer 5 James C. Ervin 3 Elizabeth Brewer 6 Ebenezer Hornsby 7 Catharin Hornsby 8 Benjamin Vaugn 9 Elizabeth Vaugn 10 George Vaughn 11 William A. Harty 12 A. S. Dorris 13 John Bradford 14 C. C. McDaniel 15 Stephen Scoggin 16 Amy Bouston 17 M. H. Blakemore 18 Elizabeth Bradford 19 Eliza Bradford 20 Elizabeth Brewer, Sr. 21 Unity McDaniel 22 Martha Jacobs 23 Margaret Vandergrift 24 Rebecca Pair 25 Emily Bradford 26 Narcissus Nuckolls 27

Sumner Co. Tax List for 1816:
Peairs, George W.
Peairs, Isaac

Texas
Gonzales Weekly Inquirer  
Pair, Aunie, advertised letter, Daily Inq. 10 Aug 1899

Limestone Co. Obits
In Tribute of respect by the Mt. Joy Baptist church to the memory of Sister Martha McKenzie, who departed this life August 13, 1926. Funeral services were conducted by her pastor, Brother A. B. Pair.

 

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