Genealogical Gleanings, Contributory to a History of the Family of Penn

Genealogical Gleanings, Contributory to a History of the Family of Penn

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...Register of Christian-Malford, Wilts, the writer met with a member of this family bearing the somewhat contradictory appellation of " Christian Cuss." This Susan Penn is unquestionably the daughter of William and Margaret (Rastall) Penn, and the aunt of Admiral Penn, father of the founder. WILTSHIRE PROBATE COURTS. Archdeacon of Sarum's Court. 1538--John Penne of Patney Will & Inventory (Will has perished). Consistory Court of Sarum. (Searched 1593 to 1744.) 1616--17--Thomas Pen de Aldrington Test. 121 1632--Henry Penn of Broad Chalke, Wilts., sick & weak &c; will dated 4 June 1632; To be buried in Broadchalke Churchyard; To my daughter Alice Penn, bedding, household stufi, & also my biggest cofi'er at my son, Ralph Penn's house; household stuff &c to my daughter Sarah Smalwell, wife of John Smalwell, to my sons Ralph Penn & Thomas Penn, my godson Henry Penn & my grandchild John Penn; Residue to my son Thomas Penn & my daughter Alice Penn, joint Exors; The mark of Henry Penn; John Streat & Thos. Moxam, overseers, to whom 12 d. each; Wit: Wm. Archer, Thos. Moxam, John Streat, Henry Davis; Inventory taken 30 June 1632, total not given, but about 20; proved 28 July 1632, by the Exs. 1646--Ralph Penn, late of Broadchalke, Wilts., Yeoman, decd. Admon. Bond of Mary Penn of Broadchalke, relict of the above, & John Smalwell of Broadchalke, Yeoman, 22 May 1646. Inventory taken 2 May 1646, total 171 li. 7s. 10 d., The mark of Marie Pen, J o: Smalwell, J o: Lawes. Sub Dean of S'arum's Court. 1587--John Penn, late of the parish of St. Martin in the City of New Sarum, deceased. Admon. 7 July 1587 to his son John pen Senr (sic) Inventor 35s. 8d. Chantor 5' more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236932250
  • 9781236932259