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  Decendants of Richard Pennington
Elizabeth Ann Davis Information for Joseph Pennington and Elizabeth Ann Davis and their children was provided by Ava Bush.
Settled in Pennington, TX after arriving from Tennessee.
Ester Frailey Dates for birth and death for children differ from Pennington Pedigrees vol 18-2, 28 and vol 25-1, 54.
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  The Descendants of William Pennington - pafg03.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
William W. Pennington (Abel, William) was born on 23 Jun 1815 in, Knox, Kentucky.
William J. Pennington was born on 29 Jun 1843 in, Carter, Kentucky.
William Haden Pennington was born on 15 Sep 1849.
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 pennington - pafg02.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Samuel Pennington was born in 1828 in,, New Brunswick.
Alice Pennington was born in 1845 in,, New Brunswick.
William E Pennington was born in 1846 in Houlton, Aroostook, Maine.
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 The Descendants of William Pennington - pafg09.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Sarah Elizabeth "Sadie" Conley (Nancy Jane Caudill, Abigail Pennington, William) was born in 1857.
Abigail "Abbie" Jane Conley (Nancy Jane Caudill, Abigail Pennington, William) was born in 1861.
Ida Alice Pennington was born on 5 Nov 1882 in, Elliott, Kentucky.
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 Chemistry Faculty @ Clemson :: Pennington
Pennington, professor and Director of the Molecular Structure Center, received his B.A. in chemistry from Hendrix College (1977) and his Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas (1983) working with Professor A.W. Cordes in inorganic chemistry.
B.T. Holmes, C.W. Padgett, and W.T. Pennington, “1,2,4,5-Tetrakis(2'-vinylpyridyl)benzene-dichloromethane (1/2)” Acta Cryst.
B.T. Holmes, C.W. Padgett, and W.T. Pennington, “2,6-Diiodopyridine.” Acta Cryst.
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 William Sanford Pennington at AllExperts
William Sanford Pennington (1757-September 27, 1826) was the sixth Governor of New Jersey, serving from 1813-1815.
The Pennington Family of New Jersey is descended from Ephraim Pennington II, one of the first settlers of Newark, New Jersey, whose father, also Ephraim Pennington I, immigrated to New Haven, Connecticut around 1643.
William Sanford Pennington was the sixth of the nine children of Mary Sanford (1725-1805) and Samuel Pennington (1725-1791).
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 William Pennington
William was born in year 1715 in Sussex Co., Virginia.
William and Mary were married in a religious ceremony in year 1734 in Brunswick Co., Virginia.
View the entire genealogy report of Pennington families, or surname index of Pennington pedigrees or report summary of Pennington heritage from "The Skaggs-Files".
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William Pennington, elder brother of the Admiral’s grandfather, was born at Henham, County Essex; was a citizen of London in 1557, and was buried at St. Benet’s, Gracechurch Street, London, November 11, 1592.
His widow, Alice Pennington was interred at the same place, October 9, 1607, the burial notice speaking of her as "an ancient householder." The children of Alice and William Pennington had eight children Jacob, Robert, Arthur, William, Mary, Thomas a daughter, name unknown, who married Daniel Shetterdon, and Anne.
William Penn is said to have been present at this wedding; but this could not have been, as he did not arrive at Philadelphia from England until December 3, 1699, seventeen days after the nuptials.
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 The Telegraph - Calcutta : Opinion
This constant state of isolation, Pennington suggests, forced him to take refuge in the love of his pets, in the hastily done “jig-jig” (intercourse) with the native prostitutes, a fling or two with Anglo-Indian girls or the group ribaldry that was an indispensable part of his life in the barracks.
Friends are discussed in general, and their friendliness, but Pennington is too busy trying to match the swiftly changing history of the world with the story of his own rather uneventful sojourn in India as a young soldier that he forgets to take things a little less seriously.
Pennington’s sense of drama and a personal touch come through in his long Burma campaign as a forward observation officer, where his artillery skills are honed on the Japanese.
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 The Genealogy Website of Adams/Simpson - pafg108 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: )
William Pennington [Parents] was born on 3 Aug 1665 in of St. Giles,Chalfont,Buckingham,England.
Edward Pennington [Parents] was born on 3 Sep 1669 in of St. Giles,Chalfont,Buckingham,England.
William Pennington was born about 1559 in Parish Of St Pet,London,London,England.
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 New Jersey Historical Society
Pennington was a lawyer from Newark who served as governor of New Jersey, 1837-1843, and as a Whig and Republican representative to the 36th U.S. Congress, 1859-1861.
William Pennington, the son of Phoebe Wheeler (d.1804) and William S. Pennington (1757-1826), was born in Newark, New Jersey on May 4, 1796.
William Pennington married Caroline Burnet (1797-1872), the daughter of Joanna Alling and Dr. William Burnet, Jr.
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 US Bazaar.com : Encyclopedia Pages : William Pennington
William Pennington (May 4, 1796 – February 16, 1862) was an American Whig Party and early Democratic-Republican Party politician and lawyer, the 13th Governor of New Jersey, and Speaker of the House during his one term in Congress.
Following a disputed election for Congressional Representatives in New Jersey, Pennington certified the election of five Whig candidates while five Democrats were certified by the Democratic secretary of state.
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 PRA Group 7
Levi was the son of William and grandson of Joshua Pennington.
William was a son of Joshua Pennington and George Washington was William's son.
Micajah Pennington was probably born in North Carolina...there are no definitive records yet that proves a birthplace for him or definitive proof of his parentage.
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 Pennington Genealogy
William PENNINGTON (Samuel, Simeon) was born in 1819 in Jackson Co., Tn.
Josaha PENNINGTON was born in 1850 in Jackson Co., Tn.
William PENNINGTON was born in 1861 in Jackson Co., Tn.
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The following prayer was written by confederate soldier, Private William Pennington of the 38th Georgia Infantry Regiment, Company G after he was wounded in Virginia in 1864.
William Pennington and his wife Mary Beasley Pennington lived in Jefferson County, Georgia before the war.
He stated that he was a direct descendant of private William Pennington and was duly proud of his ancestor's service to God, country and family.
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 George Pennington and Ina Holverson, and their family.
John Pennington was the son of Alexander Pennington (born 16 March 1802 in Pennsylvania), and Martha Biggs (Alexander and Martha married 7 June 1827 in Clinton county Ohio).
One of the children of John M and Ruth is Alexander William Pennington, born 7 December of either 1832 or 1833, and died 28 September of either 1900 or 1910, the confusion arising from the handwritten entry in the family Bible.
Mrs Pennington's grandfather was a brother of Florence Nightengale, and came to Wisconsin from England.
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 History of Ardverikie Estate and Sir John William Ramsden family
Another very significant development carried out by Sir John William Ramsden was the installation of a water turbine electricity generator with a pipe laid from Loch an Earbha to Ardverikie in 1907 to provide electricity to the house and the surrounding cottages..
Before his death in 1958 and to avoid heavy taxation Sir John (Frechville) Ramsden, was advised to form a family company for the benefit of his grandchildren under the chairmanship of his son Sir William Pennington Ramsden, who had taken over the administration of the estate in JFR's old age.
Sir William Pennington Ramsden died in 1987 and the chairmanship passed to his daughter Phyllida Gordon Duff Pennington.
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 Iowa Personal Injury Attorney Des Moines Medical Malpractice Lawyer Motor Vehicle Accidents Criminal Defense Kutmus and ...
Mark S. Pennington assists individuals who are victims of personal injury, including motor vehicle accident, wrongful death and medical malpractice.
William L. Kutmus assists individuals accused of criminal conduct.
The Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice claims and settlement attorneys at Kutmus and Pennington are dedicated to serve their clients in central Iowa, including the cities of Ames and Des Moines, and the communities that make up Polk County.
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The 'Mary Pennington', niece, in will of John is daughter of the William Pennington London druggist, who died 3/5/1703, and whose widow Elizabeth married 1704 to Robert Plumstead, of London.
William died 13 days after his arrival in Virginia in 1634: his widow was still in England.
dying in 1678, and Jeter Pennington was in Rappahannock County, VA in 1688.
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 Pennington Family History
Sir William dying in 1739,was succeeded by his son, Sir Joseph Pennington M.P. for the County of Cumberland, who married the Hon.
Sir Joseph died in 1744 and was succeeded by his eldest son, Sir John Pennington, M.P. for Cumberland, lord-lieutenant and custosrotulorum of the County of Westmoreland, who died without issue, and was succeeded by his brother.
In the possesion of the Pennington family since the Conquest, it was rebuilt in 1800.
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 Pennington Family - Life in the Past Lane
William Pennington (1655-1730), 1st baronet, married Isabel Stapleton, daughter and heiress of John Stapleton and in 1678 the manor and rectory of Warter (the site of a demolished Augustinian priory) were given to the married couple.
John Pennington (1737-1813) and was Lieutenant-Colonel of the 37th regiment of infantry and MP for Milbourne Port 1781-96, Colchester 1796-1802 and Westmorland 1806-8 and 1813.
She was the former Cora Ann Pennington, daughter of the late Levi and Mycha Pennington, born in Johnson County, Ky. in 1886.
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Pennington
Pennington, Alexander Cumming McWhorter (1810-1867) — of New Jersey.
Son of William Sandford Pennington; cousin of Alexander Cumming McWhorter Pennington.
Pennington, William Sandford (1757-1826) — also known as William S. Pennington — of New Jersey.
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John, the son of William and Jane PENNINGTON was baptised at Rainford Chapel on 25/10/1818.
The 1841 census registers her, aged 12, living with her parents and siblings at King’s Moss and the 1861 census reveals she is still living with her parents and single at the age of 33.
William, Ann’s father was possibly the son of John FISHWICK and Ann WILSON who was baptised 27/1/1799 in Billinge.
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LEVI4 PENNINGTON (AARON3, EPHRIAM2, EPHRIAM1) was born August 15, 1807 in New River, Ashe Co., North Carolina, and died September 23, 1894 in Sexton Creek, (Clay Co.) Kentucky..
It is noted that William is the son of # 367(Ephriam Aaron).
Bige Pennington, age 28, is listed in the household of John M. Baker, 52, and wife Perlina in the 1910 Leslie Co., Ky. Census.
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 William Pennington
Pennington is one of the oldest surnames in England.
William Pennington bought land on the Powell River and became aflsmith.
William and Abby had 12 children and eleven of those had large families.
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 pennington - pafn02 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
295; Provincial Archives of NB, Fredericton; James Pennington of the Parish of Queensbury and Mary Ann Gallop of the Parish of Prince William, married 2 Aug 1827, by Jacob Ellegood, J.P. Witnesses: George Peabody, James Gallop, Martin Egan; Rick Crume's file #P 038, G 352.
William Pennington performed marriage ceremony for Ezekial Seeley & Rebecca Harris in Blissville in 1850.
William E Pennington was in Tracey, N.B. attending a church committee meeting on Jan 7, 1854.
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 William E. Morris Pro Bono Service Award
William E. Morris Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education Pro Bono Service Award
Awarded to recognize extraordinary contributions by an Arizona Attorney in making legal services available to persons who otherwise could not afford them, and thereby to focus public awareness on the substantial voluntary services by Arizona attorneys in this area.
Renamed in 2000 to honor the memory of William E. Morris, a long-time attorney for the poor in Arizona.
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 The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Pennington
Pennington, Alexander Cumming McWhorter (1810-1867) — of New Jersey.
Son of William Sandford Pennington; cousin of Alexander Cumming McWhorter Pennington.
Pennington, William Sandford (1757-1826) — also known as William S. Pennington — of New Jersey.
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 Jacob Pennington-Lawrence Co., TN
Jacob Pennington's story begins in South Carolina as his family is listed in the 1790 census of the Ninety Six District, Spartanburg County.
The identity of John Pennington is uncertain, but he may be the John Pennington (born in the 1770s) who owned land in the Maple Swamp Creek area in SC and who, like Jacob, had a close association with the Burns family.
Ruth Dickey, the foremost genealogist of Jacob's line, believes John Pennington to be a son of Jacob, probably one of the 6 free white males listed in Jacob's household in the 1790 census.
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 Virginians: The Family History of Lt. Col. John George (1603-1678)
On the other hand John George of Isle of Wight was connected to the Coles as his 2nd wife married John Lear whose daughter Martha Lear married William Cole.
It remains possible that Jane was not the mother of John’s children as she would have been along in years when they were born.
In 1694 William George received a patent for 81 acres in Lancaster County, which revealed the first Nicholas had been granted the land in 1652 and mentioned two more consecutive men of that name. 
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