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Roy P Pennington

  • April 16, 2011 10:27 AM
    Message # 571973
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    While search information on my mothers side of the family I came across her cousin living with a Roy P Pennington & wife Lela on 1920 census Grand Island, Hall, NE.

    What family group, and does anyone have more info.

    found it very interesting that mom's cousin would be living with a Pennington

  • June 03, 2011 6:36 PM
    Reply # 612499 on 571973
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    Mary E. Rushing wrote:

    While search information on my mothers side of the family I came across her cousin living with a Roy P Pennington & wife Lela on 1920 census Grand Island, Hall, NE.

    What family group, and does anyone have more info.

    found it very interesting that mom's cousin would be living with a Pennington


    Mary, in searching for S E Sam Pennington, I ran across a Ro(r)y P. Pennington, b. 1888 Mo listed as a son of Squire & Elizabeth Pennington in the 1900 census from Moniteau, MO....could he be the same? It is also interesting that my gggrandfather Philip had a grandson named Roy P(hilip) Pennington-son of William Franklin Pennington and Sarah Cordelia George in Denton,Sanger Co. TX.

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