I know this is a response to an old posting and you may already have acquired the information elsewhere by now. From an unpublished genealogy manuscript compiled by Samuel W. Pennypacker between 1874-1880, I have a Nathan Pennypacker b. 14 Oct. 1864. The wife's name was not given, but the parents as identified by Gov. Pennypacker were Moses Pennypacker b. 27 Nov. 1832 and his wife Elizabeth Gotschalk. According to SWP, Moses Pennypacker was the tollgate keeper at Schwenksville in 1874. Moses Pennypacker's parents were Jesse E. Pennypacker and Anna or Sarah Livengood. Among other references, I have the following additional record for Jesse Pennypacker:
Montgomery, Morton L., History of Berks County, Pennsylvania., v. 1, p. 396.
"Jesse Pennebecker, son of William and Mary, was born Feb. 1, 1783. He was a farmer near Keely's Church, Schwenkville, and is buried in the cemetery there. He married (first) Salome Berkey, and among their children were: Jesse B., born in 1820; Amos; and two daughters. His second wife was a Livengood, and to the marriage were born: Moses and Elias."
I have more information on the earlier generations, but no additional information on Moses and Nathan. My tree is online at RootsWeb's WorldConnect site. You can jump to my database directly by typing my database code: 123103sj into the field labeled "jump to specific database"
If you have additional information about this line, I will be glad to add it to my database. Thanks for identifying Nathan's wife.
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