Descendants of Thomas Pennington

Notes


150. Drury Pennington

Name Prefix:<NPFX> Lt.


43. Fathia Pennington

Name: Faitha PENNINGTON Name: NANCE Event: Faithy /Merriman/ Sex: F Change Date: 30 MAR 2003 Reference Number: 13568 Birth: ABT 1760 Death: BET 1779 AND 1827 Father: James PENNINGTON </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=csmithd&id=I6732> b: ABT 1715 Marriage 1 Robert NANCE </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=csmithd&id=I11077> b: 1737 in or Mecklenburg Co., , Prince George County, Virginia
Married: 04 FEB 1790 in Brunswick County, Virginia
Note:
Marriage Index: MD, NC, VA, 1624-1915 Nance, Robert Spouse : Pennington, Tabitha Marriage date : Jan 14, 1790 Mecklenburg County, Virginia
Children
Sarah NANCE b: ABT 1791
Lucy NANCE b: ABT 1792


44. John Thomas (Suspect) Pennington

I would read this following will to suggest that William Thomas Pennington and Elizabeth Northington were the parents of John Thomas rather than Betsy. (Jim Lantz)


In Marriage records, Brunswick Co., VA., 1750-1810, we find: "Pennington, John Thomas & Betsy Pennington. Sur. Wm. T. Pennington. Marr. by the Rev. Aaron Brown, Methodist, 10 May, 1802, p. 133." Betsy and John were cousins. They had at least two children, Drury and Patsy. Brunswick Co. Deed 19, p. 164, gives the following information: "William T. Pennington, of Brunswick Co., commits to care of John T. Pennington, as a third person, two negros to support famlies and to assist in schooling of Drury Pennington and Patsy Pennington, children of the above named John T. Pennington and grandchildren of above named William T. Pennington. Wit: Jesse & Sterling Northington." It is probable that Nathan N. Pennington was also a child of John Thomas and Betsy.

Betsy and John Thomas were cousins


Betsy (Suspect) Pennington

I would read this to suggest that William Thomas Pennington and Elizabeth Northington were the parents of John Thomas rather than Betsy. (Jim Lantz)


In Marriage records, Brunswick Co., VA., 1750-1810, we find:

"Pennington, John Thomas & Betsy Pennington.
Sur. Wm. T. Pennington. Marr. by the Rev. Aaron Brown, Methodist, 10 May, 1802, p. 133.

" Betsy and John were cousins. They had at least two children, Drury and Patsy. Brunswick Co. Deed 19, p. 164, gives the following information: "William T. Pennington, of Brunswick Co., commits to care of John T. Pennington, as a third person, two negros to support famlies and to assist in schooling of Drury Pennington and Patsy Pennington, children of the above named John T. Pennington and grandchildren of above named William T. Pennington. Wit: Jesse & Sterling Northington." It is probable that Nathan N. Pennington was also a child of John Thomas and Betsy.

Betsy and John Thomas were cousins


47. William Pennington

The descendents of William and Drusilla Pennington were provided by:
Aurelia Lacy
502 Country Club Dr. SE
Bleckburg, VA. 24060-5605

HIST: Virginia 1790 Federal Census, p.32 HIST: Name of head of family: Pennington, William HIST: White: 4 HIST: Black: 3


Drusilla Smithson

First name might also have been Delphia


HIST: November 25, 1780, William Pennington and Drusilla Smithson. Letter from John and Drusilla Smithson, giving consent to marriage of their daughter Drusilla. 1 2 Change Date: 22 FEB 1999 Sources:

Name: Bibliography: Bureau of the Census, Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States in the Year 1790, Records of the State Enumerations: 1782 to 1785, Virginia, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1908
Name: Marriages--Virginia Before 1824 Name: Name: Description: The Virginia marriage records are divided into two classes-those contained in the parish registers, and the marriage bonds or intentions, which were filed with the county clerk. This database, of over 9,000 names, treats principally with the latter class of records. The marriage records are printed under their individual counties, and each entry includes the names of the individuals, and the date of marriage. Name: Name: Bibliography: Crozier, William Armstrong. Early Virginia Marriages. Baltimore, MD:Southern Book Co., 1953.


168. Martha "Patsy" Pennington

Name: Martha (Patsy) PENNINGTON Given Name: Martha (Patsy) Surname: Pennington Sex: F Birth: Abt 1788 in VA Death: Aft 1860 in Williamson Co TN Change Date: 25 Apr 2007 at 21:05 Note:
1850 Federal Census Williamson Co TN IMG 193 492.....H.......Lester..........68....M....Farmer........VA ...........M.......Lester..........60...F.................. .......VA ...........B..W..Lester..........24...M....Farmer.........TN ...........E........Lester..........22...F................. ........TN ...........G..F...Lester...........20...M....Farmer........ TN ...........P........Shelborn.......30...F.................. ......VA (Permelia Lester Shelborn) ...........J..M...Shelborn.........11..M................... .....TN (James M Shelborn) ...........E........Shelborn.........9...F................. ........TN (E Shelborn) 1860 Federal Census Williamson Co TN 773/731......Martha....Lester...72...F....Farming.....VA ...................John.......Lester....40..M.............. ........TN ....................M.............."..........34..M........ ..............TN ....................Em............"..........30...F........ ...............TN


Children
William P. LESTER b: 1807 in Virginia
Charles S LESTER b: Abt 1809 in VA
Martha H LESTER b: Abt 1815
Permelia LESTER b: Abt 1820
Silas S LESTER b: Abt 1820
John M LESTER b: Abt 1823 in TN
Henry LESTER b: Abt 1825 in TN
Celia LESTER b: Abt 1826
Bryant W LESTER b: 5 Jul 1826 in Williamson Co TN
Emily LESTER b: Abt 1828
German F LESTER b: Abt 1830
Elizabeth LESTER b: in TN


48. Martha Pennington


http://www.geocities.com/fcullom/charlesbowen.html
Martha Pennington married John Harper in 1785 and they lived with Howell Pennington until 1786

Martha Pennington, would have been born in 1768. She is listed as age 82 on the 1850 census. On the 1860 Mortality Census, she was listed as 92. According to that census, she died March, 1860.


John Peterson Harper

Name Suffix:<NSFX> Jr.
John Harper, Jr.'s will mentions wife Martha; children:
Howell P. Harper,
Ann Hudgins,
Frances Gee,
John P. Harper,
Martha W. Harper,
Elizabeth E. Harper,
David P. Harper,
Benjamin I. Harper, and
Polly M. Harper.

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John Harper and Martha Pennington had the following children:

1. Howell P. Harper .

2. Anne Harper

3. Frances Wilkins Harper .

4. John Peterson Harper

5. Martha Wyatt "Patsy" Harper was born Abt 1799. She died 6 Jun 1837.

6. Elizabeth E. "Betsy" Harper

7. David P. Harper.

8. Benjamin Ingrahm Harper.

9. Polly M. Harper


170. Howell P. Harper

Howell Pennington and his wife never had children (wife died first).

The following information was found in the Mecklenburg Co loose court papers now at VA Archives:
William T Pennington vs Admr of Howell Pennington etc. 1833-018
Caty Bowen Taylor testied about the state of mind of Harper.
Martha Pennington married John Harper in 1785 and they lived with Howell Pennington until 1786.
Howell Pennington and his wife never had children (wife died first).
John G. Pennington, father of Martha Harper who married John Harper.
Louisa Vaughan died at Benjamin Gees house in Brunswick.
Martha Longbottom is sister to John Harper. T
estimony of Emanuel Hudgins: "1811 he intermarried with the daughter [Anne Harper] of Martha Harper. She then lived in the house of Howell Pennington as his adopted daughter. H. Pennington gave his consent for her to marry.
All negroes go to her children (Martha Harper's children)."
Caty B. Taylor lived in Howell Pennington's house 1803-1805. She was a near neighbor in his later days. She saw him at least once a fortnight


171. Anne Harper

The following information was found in the Mecklenburg Co loose court papers now at VA Archives: Testimony of Emanuel Hudgins: "1811 he intermarried with the daughter [Anne Harper] of Martha Harper. She then lived in the house of Howell Pennington as his adopted daughter. H. Pennington gave his consent for her to marry.


175. Elizabeth Edwards "Betsy" Harper

Name: Elizabeth Edwards HARPER
Surname: Harper
Given Name: Elizabeth Edwards
Sex: F
Birth: ABT 1800 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia

Note:
RELATIONSHIP: Listed as daughter in will of John Harper, Mecklenburg Co., VA Will Book 8-164. Mother listed on marriage bond. MARRIAGE: Mecklenburg Co., VA marriage abstracts.
Father: John Peterson HARPER b: ABT 1765 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia Mother: Martha PENNINGTON b: ABT 1768 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia Marriage 1 Benjamin J. HARPER b: ABT 1800 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Married: 13 Jun 1821 in Mecklenburg Co., Virginia


Hartwell Arnold

Name: Hartwell ARNOLD
Surname: Arnold
Given Name: Hartwell
Sex: M
Birth: 19 May 1808 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia 1
MARRIAGE: Mecklenburg Co., VA marriage abstracts. He was listed as a Methodist Minister on the 1850 Mecklenburg Co., VA census, Part 2, House #72 Hartwell Arnold - 42 - Meth. Mins. - $1800 RE - VA Mary M - 43 - VA Elvira - 17 - VA Thomas - 15 - VA Benj. - 13 - VA Joseph - 11 - VA Isabella - 9 - VA Peterson - 7 - VA Martha - 1 - VA James Gee (?) - 19 - Sch.-master - VA Richard Burton - 23 - Lab. - VA 1860 Mecklenburg Co., VA census, Boydton, pg. 305 Hartwell Arnold - 52 - farmer - $1000, $8000 - VA Mary - 55 - VA Benja. - 23 - VA Joseph - 21 - VA Peter - 19 - VA Isabella - 16 - VA Martha - 12 - VA Wm H. Thompson - 30 - Meth. Minister - NC Elviry - 25 - Udolphus - 5 - Hartwell - 3 - Alexander Nethery - 17 - BIRTH: LDS Ancestral File lists place of birth as Bedford Co., VA
Father: Isaac ARNOLD Mother: Ann H. ANDREWS b: ABT 1775 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia Marriage 1 Mary Malone "Polly" HARPER b: ABT 1807 in Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Married: 20 Dec 1830 in Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Children
Elvira A. ARNOLD b: ABT 1833 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Thomas ARNOLD b: ABT 1835 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Benjamin ARNOLD b: ABT 1837 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Joseph D. ARNOLD b: ABT 1839 in Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Isabella ARNOLD b: ABT 1841 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Peterson ARNOLD b: ABT 1843 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Martha ARNOLD b: ABT 1849 in of, Mecklenburg Co., Virginia
Sources:

Title: Family Records, Mecklenburg Co., VA Author: Prestwould Chapter, DAR Page: 52


53. Ann Marshall Pennington

Ann Marshall gave her age as 79 in the 1850 census, thus making her date of birth circa 1771

Ann Marshall gave her age as 79 in the 1850 census, thus making her date
of birth circa 1771.


Isaac Oslin

Isaac Oslin and Ann Marshall Pennington had the following children:

1. Polly Oslin.

2. Jesse Oslin.

3. John Oslin.

4. William Oslin.

5. Samuel Oslin.

6. David Oslin was born 5 Dec 1806.


55. Agnes Pennington

The family of Benjamin Johnson and Agnes Pennington is given in PP8-2, pg
25.


Benjamin Waddill Johnson

Named in the will of his brother-in-law Joshua Pennington.


190. John Johnson

birthdate estimated from mothers birthdate +20


192. Benjamin Waddill Johnson

Name Suffix:<NSFX> Jr.


Ann Graves

Anne (or Ann) Graves, b. 12 Dec. 1752, m. Marcus (?) Pennington, 28 July 1769 (Sussex Co., Va.).


Solomon Graves Jr

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gaines/gen169.htm
Solomon Graves II, m. Polly Pennington, 22 April 1807, d. 1825

Solomon Graves II (586) was born about 1775-1794 in VA, and died in 1825. He married Polly Pennington, daughter of Marcus Pennington and Anne Graves, on 22 April 1807.
He was probably the one in the 1820 census for Sussex Co., VA, page 224, with 1 male under 10, 1 male 16-18, 2 males 16-26, 1 male 26-45, 3 females under 10, 2 females 10-16, 2 females 26-45, and 21 slaves. The 1830 census for Eastern District, Sussex Co., VA, page 12, for Mary Graves, listed 1 male 15-20, 1 male 20-30, 2 females under 5, 2 females 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 15-20, and 1 female 30-40. The 1840 census for Sussex Co., VA, page 251, for Polly Graves, listed no males, 1 female 20-30, and 1 female 50-60. The children listed below are based on the assumption that all the children in the census records are those of Solomon, but that is not necessarily the case.
Children - Graves
1657. son, b.c. 1794-1802.
1658. son, b.c. 1802-1804.
1659. Patsy Graves, b. 2 Aug. 1808, m. Henry Mills West, 3 Sept. 1829 (Sussex Co., VA), d. 13 July 1853. He was b. 29 March 1804, son of James West and Lucy Travice, and d. 9 Jan. 1877 (Sussex Co., VA). Five children.
1660. Polly Graves, b.c. 1804-1810.
1661. Susan Graves, b.c. 1810-1815.
1662. David Graves, b.c. 1810-1815.
1663. Betty Graves, b.c. 1810-1820.
1664. Caroline Graves, b.c. 1815-1820.
1665. Dolly Graves, b.c. 1820-1825.
1666. Elmira Graves, b.c. 1820-1825, m. James A. Temple, 12 Aug. 1842 (Sussex Co., VA).
1667. daughter, b.c. 1825-1830.
1668. daughter, b.c. 1825-1830.


58. Sarah Pennington

The family of Sarah and Joshua is taken from Joshua's will and information
provided in PP1-1, pg 63. The daughter Peggy and sons Edmund and Monroe
were
not named in Joshua's will of 1829. Son Edmund had died in 1827 and
apparently
left no issue. I assume that the same is true for daughter Peggy and son
Monroe. JF


Joshua Moss

Joshua Moss was in the Revolutionary War. In list of Officers who
received pay
two years in advance as per act of the General Assembly in session,
November
1781. Joshua Moss as a Sergeant of the infantry received 78 pounds, six
shillings and one penny for service.

Joshua Moss was a plantation owner in Sussex County, VA.

Will of Joshua Moss. Probated in Sussex County, 1829:

Inthe name of God amen, I Joshue Moss of the County of Sussex being weak
of
body, but of a sane and disposing mind and memory do make this to be my
last
will and testament in manner and ----- following Viz.
First I give unto my loving wife Sarah Moss, three negros namely Gre---,
Hamel,
and Mary, and their future increase to her and her heirs forever. I
also loan
to my wife Sarah thefollowing negros namely Cate, Jincy, Tempy, Charles,
Buein, Robbin, Gilliam,Ben, Bannet, Jim Parham, Cyrus, Albert, Caroline,
and
Angie and at her deathor if ahe thinks proper to give the loaned negros
up
sooner, it is my will and desire that they should be divided in the manner
following--- I give to my son Alfred Moss two negros, Ben and Jim Parham
and my
tract of land called Hunt, tract to him and his heirs forever.
I give and bequeath to my son Henry Moss two negros namely Gilliam and
Cyrus,
and my tract of land called "Hobbs", to his and his heirs forever.
I give to my daughter Polly Hawthorn two negros namely Cato and Angie, and
their increase to her and her heirs forever.
I giveto my daughter Susans' children, two negros namely Robbin and
Albert to
themand their heirs forwver.
I give and bequeath to my daughter Lucy Lanier one negro named Jenny and
future
increase to her and her heirs forever.
I give and bequeath to my son John Moss my tract of land called ------
tract
and two negros name Burn and Barrete to him and his heirs forever.
I give and bequeathto my daughter Sally Parsons three negros namely ----,
Caroline and Charles and their increase to her and her heirs forever.
My will and desire is that my two negro men Jim and Mike and a sufficient
of my
other ------ estate not hertofore named, its my will, shall be sold to
pay my
just debts.
I nominate andappoint my friend William Parsons my sole executor to this
my
last will andtestimonial, hereby making ------------ole and former wills
by me
made. In -------wherefull have hereto sat my hand and affixed my seal
this
19th day ofJanuary 1829. Sign Joshua Moss. Witness Jessie Hargrove & L.
Lanier, James Pennington.


205. Henry P. Moss

Henry Moss is named as a son in the 1829 will of Joshua Moss.


206. Lucy Moss

Lucy Moss is named as a daughter in the 1829 will of Joshua Moss.


209. Susan Moss

Susan is named as a daughter in the 1829 will of Joshua Moss. She had
apparently died before her father's will was written, as he names her
children
as heirs.


61. David Pennington

David moved from Sussex Co., VA. to Anson Co., NC. between 1772 and 1779. There were several children born after the move to NC.

Children
Leah PENNINGTON b: 1755
Tabitha PENNINGTON b: 1758
Sarah Gilliam PENNINGTON b: 1760
Kinchen PENNINGTON b: ABT 1761
Ned PENNINGTON b: 1763
Jane Green PENNINGTON b: 1765
Nelson PENNINGTON b: 1767
Tempe PENNINGTON b: 1769

Sussex Co., VA Will Book C, Page 390*
Will proved 15 Feb 1781
===========================================================================
1790 NC Montgomery Co. Salisbury Dist. pg 166a
Pennington, Naddy, 1,0,0,0,0
Pennington, Nelson, 1,0,0,0,0
Pennington, Kinchin, 1,0,4,0,0
Pennington, David, 3,3,8,0,9

All gone by 1850

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
1779 PENNINGTON DAVID Montgomery County NC 1780 PENINGTON DAVID Montgomery County NC 1787 PENINGTON KINCHEN Montgomery County NC 002 District #4 1787 PENINGTON NEDDY Montgomery County NC 002 District #4 1810 PENINGTON HENCHEN Montgomery County NC 044 1810 PENINGTON DAVID Montgomery County NC 044 1810 PENINGTON EDWARD Montgomery County NC 044 1830 PENNINGTON KINEHIN Montgomery County NC 085 West Side Piper River 1830 PENNINGTON NED Montgomery County NC 050 East Of Yadkin River 1830 PENNINGTON NELSON Montgomery County NC 070 West Side Piper River 1830 PENNINGTON DAVID Montgomery County NC 072 West Side Piper River 1830 PENINGTON WILLIAM Montgomery County NC 088 West Side Piper River 1840 PENNINGTON CLABON Montgomery County NC 224 W Pee Dee River 1840 PENNINGTON DAVID Montgomery County NC 210 W Pee Dee River 1840 PENNINGTON KENCHEN Montgomery County NC 210 W Pee Dee River 1840 PENNINGTON KENCHEN Montgomery County NC 139 Age 81 1840 PENNINGTON NELSON Montgomery County NC 219 W Pee Dee River 1870 PENINGTON DARGON Montgomery County NC 399 Elderado Township


Lydia Gilliam

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=:2614343&id=I530194901

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=wrikiv&id=I4842

There was a Jordan Gilliam that was a 1st cousin of Lydia Gilliam. This is who they might have named Jordan after.

http://www.larkcom.us/ancestry/history/23008.cfm
Lydia Gilliam, born 27 March 1736 in Albermarle Parish, Sussex County, Virginia. She married David Pennington; died 15 Feb 1781 in Sussex County, Virginia. David's will was proved in Sussex County, Virginia on 15 February 1781 (Sussex Co., VA Will Book C, Page 390).


211. Leah Pennington

Notes for Leah Pennington:
Present at Christening were following Godparents: Charles Wood, Phoebe Lofting, Eliza Pennington.


215. Edward "Neddy" Pennington

Ned and Kinchen left Surry, VA and were in Salisbury District of Rowan County, NC by 1777.

Ned (Neddy) was still in Montgomery County, NC in Dec 1805 as mentioned in petition.
http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?pennington::nc/montgomery::414.html

Other Penningtons that went by the name Neddy were acutually named Edward


Notes for Ned Pennington:
Godparents present at Christening: Joshua Pennington, John Gilliam (grandfather ?), Eliza Moore.


216. Jane Green Pennington

Notes for Jane Green Pennington:
Godparents present at Christening: Anselm Gilliam, Martha Clanton, Selah Rachel.
More About Jane Green Pennington:
Christening: 21 April 1765, Albemarle Parish, Surry Co., VA


217. Nelson Pennington

Notes for Nelson Pennington:
Godparents present at Christening: Wm Wrenn, Richard Hamlin, Eliza Gilliam.
More About Nelson Pennington:
Christening: 11 September 1767, Albemarle Parish, Surry Co., VA


219. Polly Pennington

Godparents present at Christening: Burill Loften, Lucy Gilliam, Ruth Freeman.
More About Polly Pennington:
Christening: 01 September 1771, Albemarle Parish, Surry Co., VA


67. David Pennington

Albemarle Parish, Sussex Co., VA.: Feb. 3, 1781. I give to my loving wife Ussey (Ursula) Pennington during her natural life or widowhood the use of my Plantation and half the land and after her death or widowhood, I give the said land to my Daughter, Rebecca Pennington. Also I give to my wife the use of the Negros Pompey and Rachell, horses, cattle, half the hogs, bed and furniture, forth barrels of corn and 650 pounds of bacon. Frederick Pennington and William Graves appointed executors. Witnesses: Jesse Willianson, John Hawthorn and Henry Porch. Proved Feb. 15, 1781. PP15-1, pg 16&17.