|1909–1911||Changed allegiance to:||Reform|
George Vater Pearce (1863 – 2 June 1935) was a New Zealand politician of the Reform Party.
He represented the Patea electorate in Parliament from 1908 to 1919, when he was defeated. In 1935, he was awarded the King George V Silver Jubilee Medal.
He was born in Devon in 1863, and emigrated to New Zealand in 1875 or 1878. He was a farmer and a noted breeder of Leicester and Lincoln sheep. He was chairman of the Patea County Council for 13 years. He was a rugby player and mile runner. He died in Waitotara near Wanganui.
He was the great-grandfather of a National Party Minister of Finance, Ruth Richardson.
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