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Re: PENNYPACKER/PANNABECKER RESEARCH
Posted by: Sherry Johnson (ID *****6657) Date: October 14, 2005 at 15:12:08
In Reply to: Re: PENNYPACKER/PANNABECKER RESEARCH by r. berriker of 152

Thought I'd let you know that you have Jesse Pennypacker shown below inserted into the wrong family.

"Children of SAMUEL PENNYPACKER and HANNAH GESBERT are:
i. JESSE2 PENNYPACKER, b. February 01, 1783; d. February 02, 1839."

This Jesse H. Pennypacker was the son of William K. Pennypacker and Anna Maria Barbara Haas.

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 [Cal. birth 13 Nov 1780], 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."

Also have the following:

Daily Tile (Pennabacker family website).
"Jill Neill - Apr 10, 2004
Ron,
I am still looking. I did find a notation in the Burial Records of East Vincent Reformed Church, 1758-1833 that says "Salome Pannebecker wf Jesse in Mont. Co., nee George, age 43-0-13, d 2 Dec 1823."

Two years later:
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"Kuhly, Anna - Pannebecker, Jesse 25 Jan 1825."
Church: New Hanover Lutheran Church, Marriage Records 1747-1899."
It would appear that Anna Livengood? may have previously married a Kuhly. Any clarification will be appreciated.


A genealogy manuscript compiled by Samuel W. Pennypacker between 1874-1880 contains the following information.

Pennypacker, Samuel W., Genealogy of the Pennypacker family: including those bearing the names of Pennypacker, Pennybacker, Pennebecker..., unpublished manuscript, Pennypacker Mills, Rt. 73 & Haldeman Rd., Schwenksville, PA 19473.
"Jesse Pennypacker b. Feb. 1, 1783 Farmer of Perkiomen Township Montgomery Co'y m. Solema Bergey who. d. Nov. 28, 1823 aged 43 yrs and 15 days. Trustee of the Lutheran church in Skippack.
Ch. Jesse Pennypacker Sept. 23, 1820 m. Mary Bechtel before Mar. 25, 1846 Farmer near Boyertown ch: Amos
Elizabeth Pennypacker m. Martin Hunsberger, a farmer 2 ch: Martin, Hannah
Esther Pennypacker m. George Neiman She d. between Mar. 25, 1846 and Apr. 10, 1854 ch: John, Hannah
Mary Pennypacker m. Henry Souders, d. between Mar. 25, 1846 and Apr. 10, 1854 ch: Catharine, Elizabeth, Levina, Caroline; m. 2nd Henry Zollers ch: Mary Ann, Hezekiah
Anna Pennypacker m. David Krause, a farmer living near Zieglersville. She d. between 3-25-1846 and 4-10-1854
Hannah Pennypacker m. Jacob Rinewalt
Amos Pennypacker b. Sep. 18, 1807 farmer of Skippack m. Mary Carl who d. Jan. 11, 1842 aged 27 yrs. 7 mo. 21 days. He m. 2nd Elizabeth Wentzel who d. Jan. 10, 1837 aged 36 yrs 2 mos. He and his father gave 53 perches of land to the Lutheran and Presbyterian or Reformed Congregation of Skippack. Ch: Jesse, William, Harriet, Susanna
Susanna Pennypacker b. Sep. 22, 1809 m. Jeremiah Nyce a farmer near Schwencksville. She d. Jany 23, 1843 and is buried at the Lutheran church near that town. Ch: Henry, Harriet, Sarah, Jesse, Susanna, Jeremiah, Elizabeth, Jacob.

Jesse Pennypacker m. 2nd Sarah Anna Livengood (Legengot) He d. Feb. 2, 1839
Ch: Elias L. Pennypacker b. Nov. 27, 1827 m. Oct. 6, 1850 Sarah R. Wieand, dau. of David and Barbara. She b. Aug 25, 1830 Ch: Jesse W., David W., Sophia W., Mary Ann. W., Henry W., John W., Elizabeth W., Elias W., Sarah Ann W., Ida W.
Catherine Pennypacker b. June 26, 1826 m. Daniel Yocum. Lives in 1874 at Oakland, Iowa Ch: Matilda, George, William, Catherine and 8 others.
Sarah Pennypacker m. John Hunsberger. Lives at Pottstown. Ch: Annie, Francis, John, Henry.
Sophia Pennypacker m. Michael Detwiler and lives in 1874 in Iowa
Moses Pennypacker b. Nov. 27, 1832 m. Elizabeth dau. of Gotshalk Gotshalk. Tollgate keeper at Schwencksville in 1874. Ch: Henry, Samuel, Nathan, Jesse."
Manuscript individual #419.

There are some date discrepancies such as the date of death for Salome, but that could be the difference between date of death and the burial.

From my file on Samuel Pannebecker who married Hannah Gesbert I have the following:

Daily Tile (Pennabacker family website).
"... the will of Samuel Pannebecker is published in the Bulletin of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Volume XII, pages 340-344 does not mention a son named Jesse H. Pannebecker. This article was written by Samuel W. Pennypacker about Pennypacker Mills. In this will, Samuel (not Samuel W.) list[ed] his heirs as follows: wife Hannah, son Samuel, son John, son Daniel, son Benjamin, son William, son Jacob and son Abraham. Samuel and Hannah's son Samuel inherited the "Mills." This Samuel married Catherine Wireman, they had a daughter named Anna (b. April 8, 1818- August 19, 1895) who inherited the "Mills" who married John R. Detweiler. Anna and John Detweiler had a daughter Catherine who married Josiah E. Hunsicker.
[submitted by Jill Neill]."
Note: Another son Joseph pre-deceased his father in 1807.

William K. and Samuel Pannebecker were both sons of Peter U. Pannebecker and Elizabeth Keyser. William & Mary Pannebecker had two sons named Jesse. The elder child was born and died a few days after birth in August 1773 and they named a subsequent son Jesse H. ten years later.

Sherry Johnson






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