Pearson Lytle

 

   

 

Pearson Lytle

 


biography

 

Pearson Lytle 

died in 1892 

and is buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, 

Jackson Township

PEARSON LYTLE, farmer, post-office Jackson Centre, was born January 22, 1840, on the farm where he now resides. His father, John, was a native of Ireland, and came to America when a boy, and to Mercer County in 1824, settling where our subject lives. He married Sarah Kane, of Fayette County, Penn., and had the following children by her: David, Mary, married William Reese; James, Joseph, George, Pearson and William, who was killed at the battle of the Wilderness. The father died in 1852, and the mother July 3, 1867. They were members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Pearson Lytle was educated in the country schools, and began life for himself at the death of his mother. He was married October 24, 1871, to Melissa Pearson, daughter of Samuel and Matilda (McConnell) Pearson, and has had by her Edwin, Bertha and DeWitt. He and wife are members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He is a Democrat.

History of Mercer County, 1888, page 1011

 

                                                         

                      

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