Pennington Research Association

PRA Mail List

Click Here for the PRA Archives Page

(The Archives Page shows all messages sent to PRA Mail List since 1999 by year and month).


The Pennington Research Association operates a mail list on RootsWeb.  The PRA mail list carries information about the PRA, general and specific queries on the Pennington surname and other information of interest to Pennington genealogy researchers.

Please read and follow the instructions below to join the PRA mail list.

You can join the mail list in either 'REGULAR" or in "DIGEST" mode.

To join in "regular" mode, just send a message with the command "subscribe" (no quotes) in the subject line and in the message text body to PRA-L-request@rootsweb.com (clicking here will start your e-mail program with the address to join, etc.).

To join in "digest" mode, just send a message with the command "subscribe" (no quotes) in the subject line and in the message text body to PRA-D-request@rootsweb.com (clicking here will start your e-mail program with the address to join, etc.).

Note: You can change to either "regular" or to "digest" mode at any time.  You will have to "unsubscribe" yourself from the list first and then "subscribe" to the list in the new mode.

The difference between "regular" and "digest" mode is this: In the "digest" mode, several postings are combined and sent to you together as a single large message.

Please read and follow the instructions below to quit (unsubscribe) the PRA mail list.

To unsubscribe (quit) the PRA mail list, click on one of the options below:

To unsubscribe (quit) the "regular" mail list, click here.

To unsubscribe (quit) the "digest" mail list, click here.


To post a message to the list send your message to PRA@rootsweb.com. Remember the mail list will ONLY accept messages that are sent in PLAIN TEXT format and will NOT accept any attachments!  That’s it!

When you send a query to the PRA mail list, please follow the recommended guidelines for submitting a query.

Click here to read the recommended guidelines for submitting a query.

The three words on the scroll of the Coats of Arms are "Vincit amor patriae"

"Vincit amor patriae" means "The love of my country prevails" or "Love of Country Conquers" which is the United States Army 28th Infantry Regiment's motto.   "Vincent amor patriae laudumque immensa cupido" means "The love of my country exceeds everything."

The following motto appears in English above the mountain cat of the original Baron Muncaster Crest.  "Firm, Vigilant, Active" -Virg. AEn. vi. 823 v. Muncaster b. Pennington

Pennington Research Association, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) organization and donations are tax deductible.  Comments and suggestions are always welcome.  Copyright 2000 - 2014 Pennington Research Association, Inc. - All Rights Reserved 

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