Pennington Research Association

How will membership in the Pennington Research Association help me?  Here are some answers. 

The Pennington Research Association offers value to its members by providing a forum to research the Pennington family.  The Pennington Research Association is primarily an organization that publishes genealogical and family history material -- presenters and exchangers of information. Your dues support the following resources:

  1. Our primary website at www.PenningtonResearch.org.  Our main website has a public and a Members-only section.  To access the Members-only section, you must join the PRA
  2. Our Members-only website hosted by MyHeritage.com.  MyHeritage.com is a Members-only website.  Our MyHeritage website contains the most up to date and accurate master file.  To access this website, you must join the PRA. Once you join, you will be provided access.  
  3. The PRA DNA Study
  4. The PRA Archives & Library.
  5. The PRA Digital Archives
  6. Two blogs:  One is public located at http://praresearch.blogspot.com/ and the other is a Members-only blog hosted on this website in the Members-only section.
  7. A Facebook page located at: https://www.facebook.com/PenningtonResearchAssociation
  8. A Twitter page at:  www.Twitter.com - @PRAGenealogy
  9. Many years of the Pennington Pedigrees which was published twice a year for many years.  These are available as download files to our Members.  The Pedigrees contain useful family history reports, queries, facts and articles of interest to researchers of the Pennington family.
  10. The Pennington Periodicals which consists of several volumes.  Each volume contains ten (10) years of Pennington Pedigrees, Cousin Couriers and many other useful research files and materials.  The Pennington Periodicals Volume I, Volume II and Volume III files are available for download in the Members-Only section of our website. 
  11. Personal help with your research and related genealogical questions from Group Leaders, Research Director and other Members.  Be sure to check our "Where to Start" web page that has some resources to help you get started with your genealogy research.
  12. We utilize Internet technology as an informative and educational tool for our members and all other genealogy researchers.  We do this by:
  1. We offer free webinars and other educational forums
    for our Members.
  2. We provide the latest news and tips collected from genealogy research blogs and newsletters from around the world.  We do this on our Members only blog and a Public blog on this website.  We also maintain the PRA blog at http://praresearch.blogspot.com/.  We publish all types of information to help with your research and to keep up with the PRA.  Visitors are encouraged to post their comments on the Public blog.  Check them out and take advantage of these great communication tools and use them to share your research and to ask questions.    
  3. We maintain the PRA mail list on Rootsweb.com.
  4. We maintain the Pennington Surname Board on Ancestry.com.  These boards contain queries, Pennington obituaries, wills, marriages, births and other important research records.  Click here to go to the Pennington message boards on Ancestry.com.
  5. We provide learning tools by making presentations available on our website.  Check back often for an updated list of presentations available for viewing.
We provide a Members-only section which contains many resources including; (1) Unique material collected from many sources and shared with just our Members; (2) a Member's Directory; (3) Detailed descriptions of our Family Groups; (4) Special Research Projects which focus on specific Family Group's progenitors who were born in England; (5) Photographs of PRA Reunions and (6) Photographs of Muncaster Castle.

As a service to new members we will try with the available resources we have to place you with an established group. 

Click here to join the PRA.

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 - 2016 Pennington Research Association, Inc. - All Rights Reserved 

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