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Johan Pecuh

M, b. 21 August 1893, d. 11 September 1962
Last Edited29 Mar 2010
Birth*21 August 1893Johan Pecuh was born on 21 August 1893 at Slovenia.1,2 
He was the son of Marko Pecuh and Mathilde Podplatnik
Death*11 September 1962Johan Pecuh died on 11 September 1962 at Slovenia at age 69.2 

Citations

  1. [S118] Antonia Pecuh Mahnich, Antonia Pecuh Mahnich Notes.
  2. [S562] Notes by Aurelia Mahnich Pajkurich.

Josef Pecuh

M, b. 5 March 1910, d. 20 January 1999
Last Edited29 Mar 2010
Marriage*Josef Pecuh married Eva (?)
Birth*5 March 1910Josef Pecuh was born on 5 March 1910 at Slovenia.1,2,3 
He was the son of Marko Pecuh and Mathilde Podplatnik
Death*20 January 1999Josef Pecuh died on 20 January 1999 at Volkermarkt, Karten, Austria, at age 88; SSDI lists date of death as 21 Jan 1999. Aurelia Pajkurich notes list death as 21 Jan 1999.4,2,3 
Name Variation Josef Pecuh was also known as Pepe Pecuh. 
SSN*between 1958 and 1960His Social Security Number was 159-34-2952 between 1958 and 1960 at Pennsylvania.2 

Family 1

Child 1.John Gottlieb4

Family 2

Eva (?) b. 9 December 1927, d. February 2010

Citations

  1. [S118] Antonia Pecuh Mahnich, Antonia Pecuh Mahnich Notes.
  2. [S510] Social Security Death Index, Jan. 1, 2000.
  3. [S562] Notes by Aurelia Mahnich Pajkurich.
  4. [S131] Unknown author, Family member response to request for famliy information.

Maria Pecuh

F, b. 26 March 1890, d. 6 June 1979
Last Edited29 Mar 2010
Birth*26 March 1890Maria Pecuh was born on 26 March 1890 at Slovenia.1,2 
She was the daughter of Marko Pecuh and Mathilde Podplatnik
Death*6 June 1979Maria Pecuh died on 6 June 1979 at Slovenia at age 89.2 
Name Variation Maria Pecuh was also known as Marija Pecuh.1 

Citations

  1. [S118] Antonia Pecuh Mahnich, Antonia Pecuh Mahnich Notes.
  2. [S562] Notes by Aurelia Mahnich Pajkurich.

Marko Pecuh

M, b. 24 April 1868, d. 8 November 1914
Last Edited29 Mar 2010
Birth*24 April 1868Marko Pecuh was born on 24 April 1868.1,2,3 
He was the son of Ivan Pecuh and Maria Erhatich
Birth24 December 1868Marko Pecuh was born on 24 December 1868.4 
Marriage*11 February 1895He married Mathilde Podplatnik, daughter of Franz Podplatnik and Gertrude Zinko (Zeinko), on 11 February 1895. 
Death*8 November 1914Marko Pecuh died on 8 November 1914 at Slovenia (Austria) at age 46.2,3 

Family

Mathilde Podplatnik b. 21 November 1869, d. 26 February 1942
Children 1.Maria Pecuh b. 26 Mar 1890, d. 6 Jun 1979
 2.Johan Pecuh b. 21 Aug 1893, d. 11 Sep 1962
 3.Francek Pecuh b. 8 Oct 1895, d. 28 Mar 1948
 4.Antonia Pecuh+ b. 3 Apr 1898, d. 31 Jan 1982
 5.Alojs Pecuh b. 26 Aug 1899, d. Feb 1965
 6.Amilja Pecuh b. 1 Mar 1901, d. 21 Jan 1989
 7.Felix Pecuh b. 5 Aug 1905, d. 11 Aug 1990
 8.Elisabet Pecuh b. 19 Nov 1906, d. 15 Jan 1987
 9.Amalija Pecuh b. 5 May 1908, d. 16 Mar 1992
 10.Josef Pecuh+ b. 5 Mar 1910, d. 20 Jan 1999

Citations

  1. [S21] Nazi Geburtsurkunde Document.
  2. [S137] Photograph in collection of Robert T. Howey.
  3. [S562] Notes by Aurelia Mahnich Pajkurich.
  4. [S118] Antonia Pecuh Mahnich, Antonia Pecuh Mahnich Notes.

Mattias Pecuh

M
Last Edited27 Jun 2001
Note* (an unknown value).1 

Family

Maria Semlich
Child 1.Ivan Pecuh+ b. 12 Feb 1833

Citations

  1. [S21] Nazi Geburtsurkunde Document, name spelled Matthias Petschuch.

Margaretha Pedersdotter (Baner)

F, b. 1619, d. 12 April 1680
Last Edited29 Apr 2005
Birth*1619Margaretha Pedersdotter (Baner) was born in 1619 at Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden. 
She was the daughter of Peder Gustafsson Baner and Hebbla Claesdotter Fleming
Death*12 April 1680Margaretha Pedersdotter (Baner) died on 12 April 1680. 
Note*Person Source.1 

Citations

  1. [S78] Unknown author, Ancestral File (LDS). Manual or via familysearch.org.

Pehr Pedersson (Sparre)

M, b. 30 October 1633, d. 7 June 1669
Last Edited29 Apr 2005
Birth*30 October 1633Pehr Pedersson (Sparre) was born on 30 October 1633 at Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden. 
He was the son of Peder Ericsson Sparre and Elsa Arvidsdotter (Posse)
Death*7 June 1669Pehr Pedersson (Sparre) died on 7 June 1669 at Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden, at age 35. 
Burial*15 May 1670He was buried on 15 May 1670 at Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Note*Person Source.1 

Citations

  1. [S78] Unknown author, Ancestral File (LDS). Manual or via familysearch.org.

Hugh Pedrick1

M
Last Edited14 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S156] Unknown author, NJ Archives Calendar of Wills, Vol. VI, p. 347. 1785, Feb.9. Shepard, Charlton, of Upper Alloways Creek Twp., Salem Co.; will of. Daughter, Elizabeth, wife of Ephraim Sayre, 20 dollars over what she had. Daughter, Sarah, wife of Nicholas Harris, 20 dollars over what she had. Daughter Kerenhappuck, £15. Daughter, Hannah, £15. Daughter, Mary, £15. Sons Bilbe and Job, the amount due on my warrant. Wife, Hannahrest of personal estate. Eldest son, Bilbe, my house and lot. Son, Job, £30. Executrix - wife, Hannah. Witnesses--Andrew York, James Tuft, Hugh Peddrick. Proved March 10, 1785.
    1785, March 9. Inventory, £637.7.3, made by Edward Bradway and James Stretch. Lib. 17, p. 511.

(?) Peeble

M
Last Edited15 Feb 2014
Death*(?) Peeble died; Y. 
Marriage*He married Sadie Mae Wingate

Family

Sadie Mae Wingate b. 30 January 1900, d. 10 February 1985

Beatrice Allen Penn1

F
Last Edited8 Jul 2001
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
Beatrice Allen Penn is the daughter of William Penn and Beatrice Howey.1 

Citations

  1. [S230] Unknown author, Cumberland Co. Families, p. B-31, B-32.

Richard Penn1

M
Last Edited3 Jan 2004

Citations

  1. [S345] Salem County Unrecorded Deeds at Gloucester County Historical Society, Gloucester County Historical Society
    Unrecorded original Salem County deeds - transcribed by Val Caulfield 2 Jan 2004

    Thomas and Richard Penn, Esquires by their attorneys Richard Peters and Lynford Lardner, Gentleman of the city of Philadelphia to Thomas Harris of Fairfield Township in the County of Cumberland, Province of New Jersey, yeoman.

    Deed of Indenture 13 May 1758 for all residual lands the Penns held right to in Pennsneck, NJ.

    Recital establishes right of their father, William Penn, Proprietor and Governor of Pennsylvania, who's will included a tract of Land commonly called Penns-neck, situate in the County of Salem, Province of New Jersey and lies included in the following boundaries.Viz: Bounding westerly on the Delaware River, Northerly on Oldmans Creek and southerly and easterly on Salem Creek and a line that runs from said Salem Creek to Oldmans creek known by the name of Pilesgrove line, which may by several conveyances more at large appear.

    Goes on to say that Wm. Penn by his attorneys, disposed of a considerable part of the said tract to sundry persons, reserving to himself and his heirs forever, certain Annual Rents called Quit rents.

    Also a part within Pennsneck granted by deed from one John Berry being about 1074 acres - which combined with the other above described parcel, is estimated to contain 7,012 acres.

    And how William Penn being possessed of the said lands and Quit Rents, by his last Will and Testament, duly signed and published about the beginning of March 1712, did direct that the residuary of his Estate ( which these lands are included) should be conveyed to his children by his wife Hannah, as she should think fit. And so his sons, John, Thomas and Richard Penn by virtue of the will of their father and by some other conveyances became seized of the said land, part of which are hereafter granted.

    And the said John Penn by his last Will and Testament, bearing date the 24th day of October 1746, bequeathed to his brother Richard Penn, all his right, title and inheritance in NJ which he claimed by right of his father, William Penn.

    And Thomas and Richard Penn, so thereby being seized did appoint the said Richard Peters and Lynford Lardner by an Instrument in Writing dated the 4th day of March 1746/7, to sell and dispose of all their lands in NJ , which Power of Attorney is recorded in the Secretary's Office in Burlington in Book H, p. 76.

    Now this indenture witnesses that Thomas and Richard Penn by their attorneys Richard Peters and Lynford Lardner for consideration of the sum of L779 ( and 15 shillings interlined) current lawful money of Pennsylvania, do grant to Thomas Harris.... lands remaining, estimated to contain about 5,300 acres with 60 -? allowance for roads within Pennsneck, with overplus and Quitrents, profits etc.

    Signed and sealed by Thomas Penn, Richard Penn, Richard Peters and Lynford Lardner.

Thomas Penn1

M
Last Edited3 Jan 2004

Citations

  1. [S345] Salem County Unrecorded Deeds at Gloucester County Historical Society, Gloucester County Historical Society
    Unrecorded original Salem County deeds - transcribed by Val Caulfield 2 Jan 2004

    Thomas and Richard Penn, Esquires by their attorneys Richard Peters and Lynford Lardner, Gentleman of the city of Philadelphia to Thomas Harris of Fairfield Township in the County of Cumberland, Province of New Jersey, yeoman.

    Deed of Indenture 13 May 1758 for all residual lands the Penns held right to in Pennsneck, NJ.

    Recital establishes right of their father, William Penn, Proprietor and Governor of Pennsylvania, who's will included a tract of Land commonly called Penns-neck, situate in the County of Salem, Province of New Jersey and lies included in the following boundaries.Viz: Bounding westerly on the Delaware River, Northerly on Oldmans Creek and southerly and easterly on Salem Creek and a line that runs from said Salem Creek to Oldmans creek known by the name of Pilesgrove line, which may by several conveyances more at large appear.

    Goes on to say that Wm. Penn by his attorneys, disposed of a considerable part of the said tract to sundry persons, reserving to himself and his heirs forever, certain Annual Rents called Quit rents.

    Also a part within Pennsneck granted by deed from one John Berry being about 1074 acres - which combined with the other above described parcel, is estimated to contain 7,012 acres.

    And how William Penn being possessed of the said lands and Quit Rents, by his last Will and Testament, duly signed and published about the beginning of March 1712, did direct that the residuary of his Estate ( which these lands are included) should be conveyed to his children by his wife Hannah, as she should think fit. And so his sons, John, Thomas and Richard Penn by virtue of the will of their father and by some other conveyances became seized of the said land, part of which are hereafter granted.

    And the said John Penn by his last Will and Testament, bearing date the 24th day of October 1746, bequeathed to his brother Richard Penn, all his right, title and inheritance in NJ which he claimed by right of his father, William Penn.

    And Thomas and Richard Penn, so thereby being seized did appoint the said Richard Peters and Lynford Lardner by an Instrument in Writing dated the 4th day of March 1746/7, to sell and dispose of all their lands in NJ , which Power of Attorney is recorded in the Secretary's Office in Burlington in Book H, p. 76.

    Now this indenture witnesses that Thomas and Richard Penn by their attorneys Richard Peters and Lynford Lardner for consideration of the sum of L779 ( and 15 shillings interlined) current lawful money of Pennsylvania, do grant to Thomas Harris.... lands remaining, estimated to contain about 5,300 acres with 60 -? allowance for roads within Pennsneck, with overplus and Quitrents, profits etc.

    Signed and sealed by Thomas Penn, Richard Penn, Richard Peters and Lynford Lardner.

William Penn1

M
Last Edited7 Jul 2001
Marriage*William Penn married Beatrice Howey, daughter of Edward Lewis Howey and Elizabeth Creamer.1 

Citations

  1. [S230] Unknown author, Cumberland Co. Families, p. B-31.
  2. [S230] Unknown author, Cumberland Co. Families, p. B-31, B-32.

William Lewis Penn1

M
Last Edited8 Jul 2001
ChartsDescendants of Robert Howey
William Lewis Penn is the son of William Penn and Beatrice Howey.1 

Citations

  1. [S230] Unknown author, Cumberland Co. Families, p. B-31, B-32.

Jane Pennell

F
Last Edited2 Aug 2009
Marriage*Jane Pennell married William Jones
Married NameHer married name was Jones. 

Family

William Jones
Children 1.William Pennell Jones+ b. 5 Dec 1837, d. 16 Aug 1903
 2.Joseph Warner Jones1 b. 26 Jul 1841
 3.Edward C. Jones1 b. 1843, d. 1895
 4.Mary Elizabeth Jones1 b. 25 Dec 1846, d. 8 Jun 1898
 5.Hannah S. Jones1 b. c 1848, d. c 1854

Citations

  1. [S400] Google Books, online http://books.google.com, A history of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and its people, John Woolf Jordan, Lewis Historical Publishing Co., pp. 570-571.

Lydia S. Pennell

F
Last Edited20 Apr 2003
Marriage*Lydia S. Pennell married Joshua T. Ballinger, son of Job Ballinger and Susannah Troth

Family

Joshua T. Ballinger b. 13 May 1827

Albert Pennington

M, b. 17 March 1904, d. 1976
Last Edited4 May 1998
Marriage*WFT Est. 1921-1953Albert Pennington married Elsie Pennington WFT Est. 1921-1953.1 
Birth*17 March 1904Albert Pennington was born on 17 March 1904 at Windsor, Ontario, Canada.1 
He was the son of James Pennington and Bertha Sadd
Death*1976Albert Pennington died in 1976 at Windsor, Ontario, Canada.1 
Note*Albert enlisted in the Royal Regiment of Canada, 1st Battalion in Toronto on Sept. 14, 1939. After basic training in Toronto he embarked from Halifax to Iceland with his regiment to releave a British regiment for duty in the middle east.
He served in Iceland until Nov. 3, 1940 when he embarked for England where he was transferred for further training at Aldershot.
He took part in the raid on Dieppe August 19,1942 where he was taken POW by the Germans.
Returned from Germany on April 28,1945 at war`s end .
Discharged from the army on July 19,1945 in Toronto.
Following the war he married Elsie Sergison [ nee Schram ] and together they ran a grocery and dry goods store. They purchased a house in Amherstberg where they lived until Elsie died. 

Family

Elsie Pennington b. WFT Est. 1900-1920, d. 1976

Citations

  1. [S53] Unknown subject, WFT Vol#2 Tree#2815, Tree #2899.

Audrey Pennington

F, b. 3 July 1911, d. October 1970
Last Edited4 May 1998
Marriage*WFT Est. 1926-1953Audrey Pennington married Keith Laird WFT Est. 1926-1953 at Windsor, Ontario, Canada.1 
Birth*3 July 1911Audrey Pennington was born on 3 July 1911 at Windsor, Ontario, Canada.1 
She was the daughter of James Pennington and Bertha Sadd
Death*October 1970Audrey Pennington died in October 1970 at Windsor, Ontario, Canada, at age 59.1 
Married NameWFT Est. 1926-1953 As of WFT Est. 1926-1953,her married name was Laird. 

Family

Keith Laird b. 12 January 1907, d. October 1985
Children 1.Stuart Laird
 2.James Laird
 3.Bruce Laird
 4.Timothy Laird

Citations

  1. [S53] Unknown subject, WFT Vol#2 Tree#2815, Tree #2899.

Barbara Jane Pennington

F
Last Edited4 May 1998
Barbara Jane Pennington is the daughter of James Carlisle Pennington Jr. and Barbara Gain

Charles A. Pennington

M, b. 1865, d. WFT Est. 1886-1956
Last Edited27 Dec 1998
Death*WFT Est. 1886-1956Charles A. Pennington died WFT Est. 1886-1956.1 
Birth*1865He was born in 1865 at Ontario, Canada.1 
He was the son of John Pennington and Mary Tunstall
Marriage*15 June 1881Charles A. Pennington married Anna Louise Wilton on 15 June 1881 at St. Thomas, Elgin County.1 

Family

Anna Louise Wilton b. WFT Est. 1844-1869, d. WFT Est. 1886-1959

Citations

  1. [S53] Unknown subject, WFT Vol#2 Tree#2815, Tree #2899.