Pennington Research Association

Sharing Your Genealogical Material and/or Data With the Pennington Research Association and Other Researchers


The Pennington Research Association (PRA) encourages organizations and individuals to contribute genealogical material and/or data to the PRA to share with other Pennington Researchers.

The PRA always welcomes genealogical and family history information and material from researchers who are willing to share it with other researchers.  We prefer material and/or data that is already in electronic format but you can donate printed material and/or data by sending it to the PRA Archives/Library

The Pennington Research Association does not seek any rights to the material you provide.

There are three (3) ways to share your genealogical material and data with the PRA and Pennington researchers:

-1.  Enter your family history yourself directly into the PRA's master database that is maintained on the PRA's website.  Once you join the PRA, you'll be able to access this database directly and you can add or change your family history.

-2.  Write an article on our one or both of our blogs (public or members-only).

Click here to view our public blog.

Click here to view our members-only blog (note:  you have to be a current PRA Member and then login to our website to view this blog or to make an entry).

-3.  Donate your family genealogy and/or history information and any other material (pictures, wills, deeds, etc.) to the PRA Archive/Library at Earlham College in Indiana. We encourage members and researchers to send copies, or originals, of their material to the Archive/Library so it will be indexed and placed in the archive so other researchers can access it via the Internet and/or through their local library lending program.  

You can do any one (1) of the above options or you can do all three (3) or any combination of the three (3). We encourage researchers to contribute their family genealogy, histories and material to all of these options.

How to Submit:

Contact Gene Pennington, Research Director if you have any questions or need help submitting genealogical data and/or material.

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"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."

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