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I'm looking for the Pennington line from England. What I already know is as follows:
Samual Pennington born in 1804 in Cheshire England was a shoemaker married Ann(sarah)? born 1803-05 and was a dress maker.
Their children were: Mary born 1831, Ann born 1833, John born 1840 and Thomas born 1843. John is my family line and lived in Manchester Lancashire England with Sarah(Adams) born 1838 in Cheadle Cheshire England, they were married at Bushey Herfordshire Eng on Feb 14 1864. John was a painter and Sarah was a cook. Sarah died young but can't find any info on the year or why?
Their children were: William born 1868, Charles born 1871 and Ernest Albert born 1879 in England. Ernest is my family line and immigrated to Canada in 1905 and had a home in Kindersley Sask in 1916. Ernest died 1952. Ernest married Hannah Knott born in 1878 Glossop Derby England and died Sept 1960-61.
Hannah Father was Danial Knott born in 1845 Glossop Died in 1886 in Hayfield England, he married Mary Higgenbottom born Feb 7 1844 and lived in Glossop Derbyshire Eng. Mary's sibling was Henry born 1838 and died 1906. Mary had 2 stepsisters from her mothers pervious marriage?
Mary's mother was Mary Robinson born 1806 in Cheshire Eng and on June 20 1836 married Issac Higgenbottom born 1815 Hollingshead Derbyshire Eng.Issac was a night watchman at the cotton factory, and Mary(nee Robinson) was a cotton weaver, and the girls were cotton spinners.
Danial Knotts parents were: Joseph Knott born 1815 in Hattersley Cheshire England and Nancy(nanny)Robinson born 1816 Croden Brook Cheshire Eng. **(I would love to know if Nancy Robinson was related at all to Mary Robinson as the two families are so close in working in the factory and birthplaces and because joseph and nancy were married so young on Sept 21 1828, he was 13 and she 12yrs old??)They were both cotton weavers in Hayfield.
I WOULD LOVE ANY MORE INFO TO FILL IN MISSING PIECES AND TO CONFIRM I HAVE IT EXACTY RIGHT. I REALLY WANT TO COMPLETE THESE LINES AS FAR BACK AS I POSSIBLY CAN.
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