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From: "Geoagia Pankey" <>
Subject: Re: [PANKEY] 1660/France/VA/Manakintown/1700s-1800s/NC>Richmond Co.>& SC>MS/J...
Date: Thu, 8 May 2003 18:12:13 -0700
MY BROTHER GEORGE PANKEY HAS A SITE AT ANCESTRY.COM. HE IS VERY MUCH INTO
THE FAMILY HISTORY. IT'S LISTED UNDER THE PANKEY NAME. HE WILL ANSWER ANY OF
YOUR QUESTIONS THAT CONCERN THE PANKEYS, GOING ALL THE WAY BACK TO FRANCE,
ENGLAND, AND SCOTLAND. GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR QUEST. GEORGIA PANKEY
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2003 4:09 PM
Subject: Re: [PANKEY] 1660/France/VA/Manakintown/1700s-1800s/NC>Richmond
> Thanks very much for the additional information. I greatly appreciate it.
> As so many of my lines of descent have been found by putting together
> of other information from various connecting lines and following the
> so much more of the time the answers have come about by the compilations
> greater amounts of information...in other words, pardon the very long
> lol>, but the longer postings have generally led me to the correct but
> obscure missing pieces.
> And it is interesting, also, that you should mention the surname of
> as there are CHASTAINs that also married into one of the MYRICK family
> that we are researching on our with a marriage
> Sarah Ann "Sally" MYRICK, born: July 22, 1837 in ?, possibly in Georgia,
> died: November 22, 1922 in Thomas County, Georgia, buried: Little
> Ochlochnee, Thomas County, Georgia, md: December 25, 1854 in Thomas
> Georgia, who married Joseph Henry CHASTAIN, born: January 15, 1827 in
> Carolina, died: May 29, 1898 in Thomas County, Georgia, buried: Little
> Ochlochnee, Thomas County, Georgia.
> Joseph Henry CHASTAIN was the son of Mary CARTER and Rainey/Renny CHASTAIN
> were but his wife, Sarah, was the daughter of Aprisella WHEELER, born:
> in Burke County, Georgia, md: August 24, 1835 in Thomas County, Georgia,
> husband, Anauro (Andrew) MYRICK, born: 1798 in ?/poss. Massachusetts?,
> Bef. 1870 in Thomas County, Georgia. And Aprisella WHEELER was the
> of Lott WHEELER and Charlotte BRINSON.
> And this Anauro (Andrew) MYRICK and Aprisella WHEELER had a son, John E.
> MYRICK, born: Abt. 1850, who married Elizabeth "Betty" CHASTAIN, born:
> February 03, 1844 in Thomas County, Georgia, and their daughter, Queenie
> Annie Eunice MYRICK, born: July 28, 1872, md: William Emory CHASTAIN,
> had children named: Rainey, Emory, Zudie, Louis? Louie, Henry and Levy
> I have no further information on them but should you see anything that
> connects with the CHASTAIN family group that you mentioned, I know that
> would be one very delighted individual on my list.
> Again, thank you.
> Bellinda Myrick-Barnett
> In a message dated 5/7/2003 5:11:13 PM Central Daylight Time,
> > Subj: Re: [PANKEY] 1660/France/VA/Manakintown/1700s-1800s/NC>Richmond
> > SC>MS/Jasper Co.
> > Date: 5/7/2003 5:11:13 PM Central Daylight Time
> > From: <A HREF="mailto:"></A>
> > Reply-to: <A
> > To: <A HREF="mailto:"></A>
> > Sent from the Internet
> > in reply to a very long message, questioning if "Panther" might have
> > come from the name Pankey.
> > in France, the name Panetier would have been pronounced pon-shay.
> > when the original immigrant died, it is speculated that having no adult
> > male relative to keep the name
> > it was corrupted from pon-shay to possibly pon-shee and eventually to
> > pankee and pankey.
> > as for the possibility of the immigrant Jean Panetier/Jean Pankey being
> > married to Angell--the best theory I have see was that Angell was the
> > daughter of Stephen Chastain, not ??? Stephen.
> > there has not yet been found a definitive record that I have seen or
> > about.
> > The following.is a quote from Shirley, who's last name has disappeared
> > from my records.
> > perhaps someone out there would like to comment further?
> > LuAnn in Colorado
> > In going back and reviewing the first few pages of George
> > >Edward Pankey's book, he states that the land records show that the
> > >Chastains lived on adjoining properties with the Pankeys. He also
> > >speculated that Peter Depp married John Pankey's young widow, after
> > >John's death. There is a property transfer recorded from Peter
> > >Depp and Angell, his wife, in 1735 to John Peter Pankey, son of
> > >John. There are apparently records of the Depp family in the
> > >Virginia archives including Peter Depp's will. Perhaps these would
> > >tell us something.
> > >
> > >In the Book, Huguenot Emigration to Virginia, an extract of Papers
> > >relating to the History of the Church in Va, an undated but assumed
> > >to be about 1714 manuscript records that Peter Chastain had four
> > >daughters and two sons. John and Steven Chastain had no children
> > >listed. John Pankey had one son at this time so was already married
> > >and Peter Depp had no wife nor children.
> > >
> > >In this same book a list of King William Parish, June 1844 lists Jno
> > >Pankey and Lucy. John Peter Pankey's will in 1849 lists Dorothy as
> > >his wife. Who was this Lucy in 1844? I, too, would like to see
> > >whatever proof is available.
> > In the book last mentioned, there is a letter written from Olivier
> > >De La Muce in Feb 15 1700 to Exc'y ffrancis Nicholson esq, his
> > >Maj'y's L't and Gov'r Gen'l of Va at Williamsburg giving a list of
> > >the refugees and telling of their desperate condition for food and
> > >money is listed Guichet and Panetier. Panetier is footnoted as
> > >Jacques Panetier, fugitif de Soubise, (Arch Nat), John Pantrier,
> > >naturalized in England, March 8 1682. Baird, ll, 18.
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