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PEABODY,  John  (1642-1720)  MA

            Acts and Resolves, Public and Private, of the Province of the
                    Massachusetts Bay (1692-1786).
Boston: Wright & Potter, Printers to
                    the State, 1869-1922. Vol. 7 (1692-1702), p. 7, 73, 149.

             Endicott, C.M. "The Peabody Family." The New England Historical and
                    Genealogical Register.
Boston: New England Historic Genealogical
                    Society. Vol. 2 (1848), p. 153

"John Albion Andrew". The New England Historical and Genealogical Register and Antiquarian Journal.  Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society. Vol. 23 (1869), p. 11.

            The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol II.  Boston:
                    Samuel Drake, 1848, p.155, 157 and 361.

            Savage, James.  A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New
                    England Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before
                    May, 1692, on the Basis of the Farmer's Register.
Boston: Little,
                    Brown, 1860-62, 1884.
Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1986.
                     Vol. 3, p.374.   Return to index.

PEARSON, John     ( ____-c1771)  SC

Green, Edwin L. A History of Richland County. Columbia, SC: The R.L. Bryan Co., 1932- . Several reprintings. Vol. 1, p. 27-29, 32, 51-55, 55, 83, 207, 218.

McMaster, Fitz Hugh. History of Fairfield County, South Carolina, from "Before the White Man Came" to 1942. Columbia, SC: State Commercial Print Co., 1946; Spartanburg, SC: Reprint Co., 1980; Salem, MA: Higginson Book Co., 2000s. P. 215.

"Notes and Queries: Raiford." The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine. Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 1900), p. 263-271.

Peel, Lucy Cook. Historical Collections of the Joseph Habersham Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1967, 1902.  Vol. 1, p. 180-181.

Reese, John Dudley. This is Who We Are: Reese - Pharr and Related Families. Ann Arbor MI: Cushing-Malloy, Inc., 1992.

Salley, A. S., et al. The History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina: from Its First Settlement to the Close of the Revolutionary War. Orangeburg, SC:  R.L. Berry, printer, 1898. Various reprintings. P. 106-107, 249-250.

Tillman, Mamie Norris. Data on Norris and Kindred Families. [Edgefield]: Edgefield Advertiser Press, 1956. (Edgefield County Historical Society Bulletin).  P. 30-31.  Return to index.

PEGUES,  Claudius  (1719-1790)  SC

Edmonds, Elsie Chapman. John Chapman of Spotsylvania County, Virginia, Thomas Powe of Cheraw, South Carolina, and Related Families. [Newton, MI?: Edmonds, 1971]

            Gregg, Alexander.  History of the Old Cheraws.  Columbia, SC: The State
                    Company, 1925.  Reprinted with addenda by John J. Dargan, Baltimore:
                    Genealogical Publishing Co., 1967.

            Gregg, John M.  Early Pee Dee Settlers.  Bowie, MD:  Heritage Books, 1993.

            Hall, William B.  "The Marriage License of Claudius Pegues, 1719-1790."
                    The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, July, 1937.

            Merrill, Adeline Godfrey Pringle. All in One Southern Family: Ancestors of
                    S.G.Godfrey-Bellinger, Kelsall, Hornby, Godfrey, Auld, Harrington,
                    Powe, Ellerbe.
Charleston, SC: A.G.P. Merrill, 1996.

            Wood, Mattie Pegues.  The History of My Father's Family.  Montgomery,
                    AL:  M.P. Wood, 1987.  Return to index.

PELL, John  (1643-1702)  NY

             Bolton, Robert.  The History of the Several Towns, Manors, and Patents of
                    the County of Westchester, from its Earliest Settlement to the Present  
  New York: C. F. Roper, 1881; Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1996.,
                    p. 57-59.

             Hutchins, Stephen C.  Civil List and Constitutional History of the Colony and
                    State of New York
.  Albany, NY: Weed, Parsons, 1880; Holmes Beach,
                    FL: Gaunt, 2003,  p. 34-35.

             Smith, William.  The History of the Late Province of New York, From its
                    Discovery, to the Appointment of Governor Colden, in 1762.
                    York: Published under the Direction of the New York Historical Society,
                    1829; Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press of Harvard University, 1972.
                    (This edition has title: The History of the Province of New York). p. 73.
                    Return to index.

PENDLETON,  Brian  (c.1599-1681)  MA, ME, NH

            Pendelton, Everett Hall.  Brian Pendelton and his descendants, 1599-1910.
                    East Orange, NJ(?): Private printing, 1910, c1911.

            Shurtleff, Nathaniel Bradstreet.  Records of the Governor and Company
                    of the Massachusetts Bay.
  Boston:  W. White, Printer to the 
                    Commonwealth, 1853-54.  Return to index

PENDLETON, Capt. James  (1627-1709)  MA, NH

            Shurtleff, Nathaniel Bradstreet.  Records of the Governor and Company
                    of the Massachusetts Bay.
  Boston:  W. White, Printer to the 
                    Commonwealth, 1853-54.  Return to index

PENN, Abraham  (1743-1801)  VA

Ackerly, Mary Denham, and Parker, Lula Eastman Jeter. "Our Kin": the Genealogies of Some of the Early Families Who Made History in the Founding and Development of Bedford County, Virginia. [Lynchburg, VA:  Printed by J.P. Bell Co., 1930]; Harrisonburg, VA: C.J. Carrier Co., 1976; Salem, MA: Higginson Book Co., 1997. P. 183-4. (

Adams, Lela C. Abstracts of Wills, Inventories & Accounts: Patrick County, Virginia, 1791-1823. Bassett, VA: 1973; Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1983. P. 8.

Clemens, William Montgomery. The Penn Family of Virginia: a Chronological Record. New York: W.M. Clemens, 1915. P. 5-7.  (

"Follow the Periwinkle": Cemetery Records of Henry County, Virginia. Danville VA: VA-NC Piedmont Genealogical Society, 1982=1983. P. 46.

Hairston, Elizabeth Seawell Hairston. The Hairstons and Penns and Their Relations. Roanoke, VA: [Walters Print.]. 1940. Book II, p. 59-92. (

Hill, Judith Parks America. A History of Henry County, Virginia, with Biographical Sketches of Its Most Prominent Citizens and Genealogical Histories of Half a Hundred of Its Oldest Families. Martinsville, VA: 1925; Baltimore: Regional Pub. Co., 1976. Other reprints. P. 223. (

Pedigo, Virginia G., and Lewis Gravelly Pedigo. History of {atrick and Henry Counties, Virginia. Roanoke, VA: Stone Print. And Manufacturing Co., 1933; Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1990, 2002.  P. 221-223. (

Pilson, O. E. Tombstone Inscriptions of the Cemeteries of Patrick County, Virginia. 2nd ed., rev. and expanded. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1994.

Stroope, Oliver W. The Might of a Pen-n. Riverside, CA: 1985. Archival material.

Virginia Genealogist. Vol. 19 (1975), p. 196-7.   Return to index

PEPPERELL, William  (1696-1759)  NH

             Fairchild, Byron, Mssrs. William Pepperill: Merchant at Piscataqua.  Ithaca,
                    NY:  Cornell University Press for the American Historical Association,
                    c. 1954.

              Frost, Joseph W. P. Sir William Pepperell, Bart, (1696-1759); His Britannic
                    Majesty's Obedient Servant of Piscataqua. 
McIntire, New York:
                    With an Introduction by Allyn B. McIntire.  Newcomen Society in
                     North America, 1951.

             Hawthorne, Nathaniel.  Fanshawe, The Dolliver Romance and Other Pieces.
                    Boston: J. R. Osgood, 1876

             Howard, Cecil Hampden Cutts.  The Pepperrells in America.  Salem, MA:
                    Printed for the Essex Institute.  From the Historical Collections of the
                    Essex Institute, Vols. 37-42, 1906.

             Parsons, Usher.  The Life of Sir William Pepperell, Bart; The Only Native
                     of New England who was Created a Baronet During its Connexion
                     With the Mother Country. 
2nd Edition.  London: S. Low, Boston:
                     Little, Brown, 1855.

             Pepperell Manufacturing Company.  The Romance of Pepperell, Being a
                    Brief Account of the Career of Sir William Pepperell, Soldier, Pioneer,
                   American Merchant and Developer of New England Industry, for Whom
                   the Pepperell Manufacturing Company was named, and the Towns of
                   Saco and Biddeford in the State of Maine, Wherein the First
                   Manufacturing Unit of the Pepperell Company was Established. 
                   Pepperell Manufacturing Co., 1943.  Reprint of Part I of the First Edition,

             Pepperrell, Sir William.  William Pepperell Papers.  Boston:  Massachusetts
                    Historical Society, 1899.

             Rolde, Neil.  Sir William Pepperrell of Colonial New England.  Brunswick,
                    ME:  Harpswell Press, 1982. 

            Sprague, John Francis.  Three Men From Maine:  Sir William Pepperell, Sir
                    William Phips, James Sullivan; and a bit of Old England in New
Dover-Foxcroft, ME:  Sprague's Journal of Maine History,

            Stevens, Benjamin, A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of the Honorable
                   Sir William Pepperrell, Lieutenant-General in His Majesty's Service &
                   c. who Died at his Seat in Kittery, July 6th, 1759. 
Boston: Edes and Gill,

             Wheeler, Everett Pepperell.  Lieutenant-General Sir William Pepperell, bart. 
                      New York:  Press of J. J. Little & Co., 1887?

              Wheeler, Everett Pepperell.  Memorial in Support of the Nomination of
                      Sir William Pepperell to be Inscribed in the Hall of Fame for
                      Great Americans. 
New York:  Pepperrell Association, 1910.
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PERRINE,  Peter  (1701-1756)  NY

            Perrine, Howard Delano.  Daniel Perrin the Huguenot, and his descendants
                    in America, of the surnames Perrine, Perine, and Prine, 1665-1910.
                    South Orange, NJ:  Perrine, 1910.

            Treman, Ebenezer Mack; and Murray E. Poole.  History of the Treman,
                    Tremaine, Truman family in America.
  Ithaca, NY:  Ithaca Democrat,
                    1901.  Return to index

PERRY, Simeon  (1726-1802)  RI

            Pierce, Frederick Clifton.  Foster Genealogy.  Chicago: Clifton,
                    1899.  Return to index.

PEYTON, John  (1691-1760)  of  "Stony Hill"  VA

            Gray, Mary Preston.  The Family Tree.  Niles, IL: Preston Publishers,
                    Inc., 1984.

            Peyton, John Lewis.  The Adventures of My Grandfather.  London:
                    John Wilson, 1867.  Reprinted Charlottesville, VA: John Peyton
                    Memorial Association, 1963.  LOC F229.P51.
                           (With extracts from his letters, and other family documents,
                           prepared for the press with notes and sketches of himself and
                           his son, John Howe Peyton,  Esq.  Also narrative of the
                           circumstances connected with the settlement of M. Jean Louis
                           or John Lewis and his family in Virginia.  Subjects include:
                           John Rowzee Peyton (1752-1798); John Howe Peyton
                           (1778-1847); Virginia: social life and customs; Latin America:
                           description and travel; Mississippi River Valley: description and
                           travel; Dunmore's Expedition, 1774; Braddock's Campaign, 1755.)

            Peyton, John Lewis.  Memoir of John Howe Peyton.  Staunton, VA:
                    A.B. Blackburn & Co., 1894.
                            (A collection of personal sketches by his contemporaries. Also
                            a sketch of his wife, Anne Montgomery Peyton.  John Howe
                            Peyton was the grandson of John Peyton of Stony Hill.  His 
                            father, John Rowzee Peyton, was the son of John Peyton and
                            his second wife, Elizabeth Rowzee Waller.  John Howe Peyton
                            was born at Stony Hill, April 27, 1778, and died at Montgomery
                            Hall, near Staunton, Augusta Co., VA April 3, 1847.)

            Peyton, John Lewis.  Memoir of William Madison Peyton.  London:
                    John Wilson, 1873.  LOC F230.P51
                           (Abridged genealogy of the family of Peyton; Iselam Hall, the
                           priory and church, Cambridge, England; memoranda of the
                           Preston family; abridged pedigree of the Lewis family; extract
                           from the Washington pedigree; United States: politics and
                           government (1861-1865); Virginia: politics and government
                           (1775-1865). Other authors: Orlando Brown and John

            Preston, J. T. L.   Sketch of the Hon. John Howe Peyton of Staunton,
  Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1881.  Reprinted from the New
                    England Historical and Genealogical Register
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PHELPS,  William  (1599-1672)  CT

            Phelps, Oliver Seymour; and Andrew Servin (compilers).  The Phelps Family
                    of America and their English ancestors.
  Pittsfield, MA:  Eagle, 1899.
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PHILLIPS, Major Philip  (1678-1740)  NY

            Thompson, Benjamin F.  History of Long Island: from its discovery and
                    settlement to the present time,
Vol III.  Third Edition.  New York:Robert H. Dodd, 1918.  4v.  Return to index

PHILLIPS,  The Reverend  Samuel  (1625-1696)   MA

            Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants
                    to New England, 1620- 1633
, Volume III.  Boston: New England
                    Historic Genealogical Society, 1995.

            Sibley, John Langdon. Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard.
                   Cambridge: University Press, 1873.

            Waters, T. Frank.  The Old Bay Road.  Salem: Appleton Press, 1907.Return to index

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