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Re: Hendrick Pannebecker/Eve Umstat
Posted by: Linda Garrett Date: May 11, 2001 at 12:04:03
In Reply to: Re: Hendrick Pannebecker/Eve Umstat by Lea Buzby of 152

I can give you info on a son of Mathias Pennypacker and wife, Mary Custer, also named Matthias. This second Matthias married Sarah Anderson.
Matthias Pennypacker b. 8-15-1786
m. Sarah Anderson, b. February 10, 1784
d. September 13, 1852
1. James Anderson Pennypacker
b. December 12, 1808
d. December 23, 1857
m. Ann Pennypacker
2. Mary Ann Pennypacker
b. 1810
d. 1887
3. Isaac Anderson Pennypacker, M. D.
b. July 09, 1812
d. February 13, 1856
m. Anna Maria Whitaker on May 09, 1839
4. Matthias Pennypacker, Jr., M. D.
b. September 10, 1819
d. June 1899
m. Annie Walker Bet. 1846 - 1848
5. Washington Pennypacker
b. September 20, 1814
d. August 20, 1867
m. Eliza Wright
This info was from, "Notes on Family History" by Isaac Sutton. I research the Anderson family of Chester Co., PA. Sarah Anderson who married Matthias Pennypacker was the daughter of Isaac Anderson and Mary Lane. Isaac Anderson was the son of Patrick Anderson and Elizabeth Morris.
Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker , a son of Isaac Anderson Pennypacker was governor of PA - 1903 to 1907. I have a copy of his autobiography and his book on PA the Keystone State as well as a copy of the Pennypacker Reunion. I have done talks on my ancestor, Patrick Anderson of Chester Co who was a Capt. in the Pennsylvania Musketry Battalion under Col. Atlee. That's why I have these books written by Gov. Pennypacker where I have found several references to his ancestor, Patrick Anderson. Sarah's father, Isaac Anderson was also in the Rev. War and was a courier for Gen. Washington at Valley Forge and also kept a diary of his service under General Rogers Clark in the Western Campaign.
Linda Garrett


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