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The Pike Family Association of America Updated December 21, 2012
About Our Family Research
Dear Genealogy Friends: I am the current President of the Pike Family Association of America. [PFA] We held our wonderful Family Reunion for July 14-16, 2006 in Colorado Springs, CO to commemorate the Discovery of Pikes Peak by our famous cousin, Zebulon Montgomery Pike in 1806. [1779 to 1813] We welcome anyone interested in attending our new reunion in Salisbury, MA on July 18 - 21 in 2013 should contact us at: Pike Family Association, 2013 Reunion, 802 E. Beaver St. Jenks, OK 74037-4331;or Phone 918-695-3246. I may also be contacted at email@example.com We are attempting to make contact with all of the cousins related to John 1 Pike 1572-1654 who came to the US on the ship JAMES of London in 1635. Some of the other lines we are associated with are the line of Henry Trew (True) [1620-1659] and Israel 2 Pike.[1623-1699] Robert 2 Pike, Sr.[1615-1798] and Sarah Sanders [1622-1679] John 2 Pike, [1613-1689] and Mary Turvell [1615-1680] Dorothy 2 Pike [1615-1659]and Daniel Hendricks [1615-?] Ann (Hannah) 2 Pike [1621-?] and James Fisk [?-?]
Come have a great vacation in New England and meet with your cousins from around the world. Rev. Dr. Roy Escott Pike, Pres, PFA
PIKE Family Coat of Arms (232 KB) This is the Family Crest of the John Pike of Newbury, MA Family. John came to the U. S. in 1635 on the ship, "James of London". The Crest says; Love, Peace and Virtue.