If anyone has information about the ancestry of Edward PENICK [Sr.] or any other new information about this PENICK family, please contact us.

This surname is also spelled PEANICK, PENICK, PENICKS, PENIX, PENNICK, PHENICKS, PHENIX, PINICK, and PINIX in some records.

(1) Edward PENICK [Sr.] b. possibly about 1660 in place unknown, d. after 11 April 1721 in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., VA; m. to Elizabeth ____ (b. unknown); they resided in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., VA; their children:

        i. Edward [Jr.], b. about Aug 1686, d. about 1735, m. Esther ____; 
[#2]   ii. William, b. about Aug 1694, d. 1750, m. Judith PATE; 
      iii. John, b. unknown. 

(2) William PENICK [Sr.], b. about Aug 1694 (baptised 25 Aug 1694) in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., VA, d. 1750 in Amelia Co., VA; m. to Judith PATE (b. about 1703, d. after 1767; probably daughter of Jeremyah PAITE); they resided probably in Hanover Co., then in Amelia Co., VA; their children:

        i. Jerusha, b. about 1731, m. Pugh PRICE; 
[#3]   ii. Jeremiah [Sr.], b. about 1733, d. 1813, m. 1st Mary ?PRICE, 
		m. 2nd Mary ____; 
      iii. Edward, b. about 1735, d. about 1759; 
       iv. William [Jr.], b. about 1737, d. about 1816, m. Judith WALKER; 
        v. Charles, b. about 1739, d. about 1798, m. 1st Agnes CLARK, 
		m. 2nd Agness PEAK; 
       vi. Elizabeth, b. unknown; 
      vii. Judith, b. unknown. 

(3) Jeremiah PENICK [Sr.], b. about 1733 probably in Hanover Co., VA, d. 1813 in Casey Co., KY; m. 1st to Mary ?PRICE (b. unknown; daughter of Pugh PRICE); they resided in Prince Edward Co., VA; their child:

        i. John, b. 2 Sep 1757.
Jeremiah PENICK [Sr.] m. 2nd to Mary ____ (b. unknown); they resided in Prince Edward Co., VA, then in Fayette Co., KY, then in Jessamine Co., KY, and finally in Casey Co., KY; their children:
       ii. Mary "Polly", b. 25 Jan 1767, d. 12 Apr 1837, m. James WITHERS; 
[#4]  iii. Edward W. [Sr.], b. 13 Jul 1773, d. 30 Oct 1841, m. Nancy NASH; 
       iv. Jeremiah [Jr.], b. 1774-6, d. 1851, m. Susan ____; 
        v. Charles, b. unknown; 
       vi. Elizabeth "Betsey", b. unknown, m. Samuel SHANKIN; 
      vii. Fanny, b. unknown, m. Mr. MOSS; 
     viii. Joel, b. unknown; 
       ix. Patsey, b. unknown, m. Mr. GUTHRIE; 
        x. Rebecca, b. unknown, m. Shadrack G. MOORE; 
       xi. William, b. unknown. 

(4) Edward W. PENICK [Sr.], b. 13 Jul 1773 in Prince Edward Co., VA, d. 30 Oct 1841 in Marion Co., KY; m., 23 Dec 1801 in Lincoln Co., KY, to Nancy NASH (b. 24 Apr 1787, d. 12 Nov 1823; possibly daughter of William NASH); they resided in Lincoln Co., then in Casey Co., then in Washington Co., and finally in Marion Co., KY; their children:

        i. Buford Nash, b. 23 Apr 1803; 
       ii. Matilda, b. 18 Jan 1805, d. 25 Jun 1862, m. James V. MAHAN; 
      iii. Diannah, b. about 1808, m. James FLEECE; 
       iv. Cecelia, b. 2 Feb 1810, d. 8 Jul 1875, m. William NEWBOLT; 
[#5]    v. Frances "Fannie" Moss, b. 27 Aug 1816, d. 13 Jun 1883, 
		m. Felix Grundy PHILLIPS; 
       vi. Edward W. [Jr.], b. 16 Aug 1820, d. 27 Nov 1840; 
      vii. Mary C., b. unknown, m. D. S. COLGAN. 
Edward W. PENICK [Sr.] was a private in the 2nd Regiment, KY Volunteers, in Sep 1812 during the War of 1812.

(5) Frances "Fannie" Moss PENICK, b. 27 Aug 1816 in KY probably in Lincoln Co., d. 13 Jun 1883 in Marion Co., KY; m., 22 May 1834 in Marion Co., KY, to Felix Grundy PHILLIPS (b. 12 Sep 1807, d. 27 Sep 1875).

Continued on my PHILLIPS Family Page



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