Born 3 Jun 1811 Cowden, Kent, baptised Tunbridge Wells, Kent & Kingston, Surrey, died 11 Nov 1875 Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, 64 years, bur. Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey. Son of William Pearless and Mary Wilson Durrant
Birth registered at Dr William's Library 26.2.1812. Gentleman; no issue? His Will of 5.3.74 & Codicils 11.1.75 & 6.11.75, proved 8.12.75; Executors James Cattell his brother-in-law, Minister of the Gospel of Ramsey, Hunts., & Henry Crundwell of Southborough, Kent; various legatees including his housekeeper, Mrs Maria Austen. In 1864 Richard & Caroline Pearless of Tunbridge Wells witnessed the Will of Eliza Pearless, his sister-in-law. ?Sold Rendley and Girdlers Farms, Rotherfield 2.5.1863 to Marquess of Abergavenny [ESRO Arch.].
Married 15 Dec 1835 Tunbridge Wells, Kent (Holy Trinity) (37 or 38 years married) to:
Born C1814 Tunbridge Wells, Kent, died 4Q 1873 Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, 58 or 59 years, bur. Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey
Marriage licence 3.12.1835, both of Holy Trinity parish; witnesses were Geo.A.Jacob(s?), James Mannington Richardson (4168), Mary Pearless (6249) and Mary Ann Richardson (163). In 1871 Census Richard & Caroline were living at Tunbridge Wells, with a servant Mary Jane Pearless (b.c1840, Wadhurst).