Bangor Historical Society – He was a grocer/dry goods dealer, painter and had a position in the lumber industry

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This Fifth Street home was built circa 1866 and first owned by Pickering P. Pearson.

Pearson worked a variety of jobs while living in the Queen City. He was a grocer/dry goods dealer, painter and had a position in the lumber industry. By 1879 Pearson would move to Fuller Road where he would spend his last years as a farmer.

Pickering Pearson died in 1886 at age 78 and is buried in Mount Hope Cemetery.
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  • Location(s)159 Union St, Bangor, Maine 04401
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