|LC Classifications||Microfilm 85/7401 (C) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p.,  leaf of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||85164538|
The autobiography of a Pennsylvanian by Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker The book of the old gossip, Pepys, has outlasted and been oftener reprinted than many another of more apparent importance. The paternal line is Dutch, and the name which originated somewhere in the neighborhood of Gorcum, in Holland, is Pannebakker. It means a maker of. Author of The Settlement Of Germantown, Pennsylvania And The Beginning Of German Emigration To North America, The Autobiography Of A Pennsylvanian, The settlement of Germantown, Pennsylvania, The desecration and profanation of the Pennsylvania capitol, The autobiography of a Pennsylvanian, The Pennypacker reunion, October 4, , Historical and biographical sketches, Joseph Rusling Whitaker. The Descent of Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker, late President of the Netherlands Society of Philadelphia, Pa., from the Ancient Counts of Holland, with the Authorities in Proof. 8vo., pp. Philadelphia, Report of Cases in the Philadelphia License Court of In Curia Currrente Calamo Scribentur, 8vo., pp. Philadelphia, Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker ( - ), before he was Governor of Pennsylvania, examined parts of the Scheuten manuscript in in the home of Carl Scheuten of Krefeld, Germany. Pennypacker suggested a family connection between the English Quakers and the Continental Dutch and German Anabaptists.
Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker, born at Phcenix- ville, Pa., April 9th, , was the son of Isaac Ander- son Pennypacker, who graduated in medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in , the first burgess of Phcenixville in , and Professor of Theory and Practice in the Philadelphia College of Medicine. of Holland and America. THE VAN METEREN'S OF HOLLAND AND AMERICA. By Amelia Clay Lewis Van Meter Rogers _____ PREFACE. This paper--a tribute to an honored name--endeavors to present some fragments and parts of history relating to the origin, descent and sundry migrations of a branch of the Van Meteren family from its habitat in Holland to its beginnings in America. Either way, this is an ancient Cheshire family but their principal seat, Antrobus Hall. The village of Antrobus lies south of Lymm, in the parish of Great Budworth in Cheshire. The family name is recorded in the Domesday Book as Entrebus, apparently from an Old Norse personal name Andri and buski, meaning a or thicket. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "An address upon the life and services of Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker".
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. HOLLAND HOUSE, MIDDLESEX. olland House stands upon rising ground, a little to the north of the high-road which leads from Kensington to Hammersmith. It is interesting to all passers-by, as affording a correct idea of the baronial mansions peculiar to the age of James I.; and, from its vicinity to the metropolis, its examination is easy to thousands who rarely obtain opportunities of viewing. THE following imperfect attempt to bring together a few notes relating to the ancient aristocracy of England, is confined in the first place to the families now existing, and regularly established either as knightly or gentle houses before the commencement of the sixteenth century; secondly, no notice is taken of those families who may have assumed the name and arms of their ancestors in the. Account book, Adams, Ann, see Carpenter, Ann (Adams) Pennypacker, Samuel Whitaker, Gov. (–) Pennypacker, Samuel, Rev. Penrose, Boies, Sen. (–) People of Germantown Peoples Presbyterian Mission Peoples Presbyterian Sunday School.