Nicholas Pearsall was born 1619 in New York, United States to Thomas Pearsall (c1586-1643) and Mary Brent (c1588-1655) and died 10 March 1689 New York, United States of unspecified causes. He married Sarah/Mary Van Damm .
|Offspring of Nicholas Pearsall and Sarah/Mary Van Damm|
|Mary Pearsall (c1643-1689)||1643 Flushing, Queens County, New York, United States||10 March 1689 Flushing, Queens County, New York, United States||John Thorne (1643-1709)|
|Sarah Pearsall (c1645-?)||10 March 1644 Flushing, Queens County, New York, United States||5 March 1729 Flushing, Queens County, New York, United States||John Embree (1644-1705)|
Nicholas resided at Pearsall's on Hellgate Neck and Flushing on Long Island, New York.
1658 - One of the signers for the Patent for Flushing under New Amsterdam.
December 24, 1664 - Appointed constable of Flushing.
February 16, 1666 - One of the signers for the Patent for Flushing under England.
August 12, 1667 - One of the "Persons of Flushing" who "presented themselves to the Governor & gave in their names to be ready to serve his Majesty under his honors Command upon all occasions".
Queens County, New York - Deed Book A, page 43, 3-16-1686/7 - Nicholas Parcell of Flushing and Sarah his wife convey to William Fowler of the same place a salt meadow on Trues Neck bounded by William Lawrence and David Roer.
Queens County, New York - Deed Book B1, page 163, 3-27-1689/90 - Nicholas Parcell of Flushing conveys to Daniel Whitehead, land in Flushing on the South side of the Kills. Wit: Thomas Oakley, John Everett, Daniel Denton Jr.
"Nicholas Parcell made his will 10 May 1689/90; it was proved 21 May 1691 by the executor, William Fowler, and recorded at p. 327, vol. 65 of New York Wills. He left a life estate in land and personal effects to his wife Sarah, with remainder to John Thorne, son of his daughter Mary Thorne, and to Robert Embree, son of his daughter Sarah"
Nicholas's wife has said to have been Mary van Damm, however historical records mention a Sarah.