2 edition of genealogical history of the families of Stacy Penn and Mary Middleton found in the catalog.
genealogical history of the families of Stacy Penn and Mary Middleton
John Herman Penn
by J.H. Penn in El Toro, Calif. (24792 Greentree La., El Toro 92630)
Written in English
|Statement||by John Herman Penn.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.P411 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 leaves,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||88136387|
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PENN, GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF THE FAMILIES OF STACY PENN AND MARY MIDDLETON, A. Soft-cover notebook, pp. Indexed. Contains photocopies of family photographs and documents, plus many typed pages of information. Compiled in the summer of by Stacy and Mary Middleton Penn's great grandson, Jon Herman Penn.
Donated by John Herman Penn. Welcome Society families- Penn's colony: genealogical and historical materials relating to the settlement of Pennsylvania (preliminary edition) Vol.3, Part 1 Freilich, Kay Haviland.
Genealogical gleanings, contributory to a history of the family of Penn contributory to a history of the family of Penn by Lea, J. Henry (James Henry), Publication date Topics Penn family book has no TOC page.
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Mary GARLAND: born abt in of Todwick, Yorkshire, Eng. George ELY: born 12 Jul in Great Carlton, Lincoln, Eng.; married in Great Carlton, Lincoln, Eng.William Penn, "The Founder", was born on Octo in London, England, the son of Sir William and Margaret (Jasper) Penn.
He married first to Gulielma Springett on April 4, at Kings Charitywood, Herts., daughter of Sir William Springett and Mary, daughter of Sir John Proude, Knight.