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From: "sharon marshall" <>
Subject: Re: [ZA-IB] Wright/Penny
Date: Sat, 9 Aug 2003 22:22:52 +0200
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Thanks a stack for this - the penny has dropped, if you'll pardon the pun!
I had Elizabeth Penny as daughter of Charles PENNY and Sarah NUNN. I've just
noticed that Sarah died in 1814, so this must be his first wife. I also have
Charles Jnr, b 1813, as their son.
Susannah BAGSHAW was his second wife (m 16 Mar 1816 in London), and, in
addition to the children you have, there is:
Samuel Palmer PENNY, b 1839, d 27 Aug 1861 in Cradock. He married Esther
TROLLIP (b 1833, do Jacob TROLLIP and Rebecca ROGERS). After he died, Esther
married Thomas Revington SMALLMAN. (His DN says he was son of Charles and
On the subject of PENNY, I have the following without parents - can anyone
Martha Louisa PENNY (1845-1914) m William Thomas HARTLEY (1839-1907)
Marianne Elizabeth PENNY m James Joseph HARTLEY (so William John H and Mary
Maria Ann PENNY m Thomas Henry HARTLEY (so Jeremiah H and Elizabeth WEEKS)
Rupert Mortimer PENNY m Ada Mildred TROLLIP (1901-1980)
Hope you're not as cold as we are down here,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Becky Horne" <>
Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2003 5:04 PM
Subject: Re: [ZA-IB] Wright
> Hello Sharon
> Is this the same Elizabeth that you are referring to regarding the PENNY
> Unfortunately this is all I have on her.
> Charles and Susan PENNY came out on the Aurora in Sephton's party from
> London. They lived first at Reef Fountain and after a few years in
> Grahamstown, they settled at Salem, where they are buried. Their children:
> b1. Elizabeth *1809
> b2. Charles *1813 +1888 X Ellen WALKER on 1.6.1841
> b3. Edward * 1819
> b4. Philip *1824
> b5. Mary *1826 X John GARDNER in 1845
> b6. Margaret *1833
> b7. Joseph William *? X Ann HEWSON
> There is a John C. WRIGHT mentioned in the 1820 MI's (pg 255) but this
> is not in my book. Will try and locate it. In the meantime this is the
> closet I can get. Maybe not what you are exactly looking for, but a link
> WRIGHT nevertheless.
> Salem Methodist
> A bequest to St. John's in loving memory of our parents Cecil Wynne WRIGHT
> +29 Jan 1982 and Ethel Clayton WRIGHT +28 Dec 1975 R.I.P.
> Port Alfred - East Bank
> In loving memory of Ethel Clayton née FLETCHER *22 Feb 1893 +28 Dec 1975
> Cecil Wynne "Jokes" *13 Oct 1897 +29 Jan 1982
> Some more...
> Brian Wynne (son maybe?) *13 Apr 1930 +27 Aug 1986
> In loving memory of Billy Draper WRIGHT *29 Jan 1894 +1 Feb 1925. Blessed
> are the pure in heart.
> In loving memory of our parents Edgar and Claudia WRIGHT (no further
> Best wishes
> Port Elizabeth, South Africa
> Researching: HENWICK; HILL; HORN(E); MEREDITH; DEYZEL; LARSEN; WILSON;
> LYNAR; HENNING; STERLEY; THECK; BEST; BRAUN, GREENER; GLANVILLE.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: sharon marshall <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2003 3:29 PM
> Subject: [ZA-IB] Wright
> Prompted by the Wright name in the last email, thought I'd scratch out
> orphan WRIGHTs in my database, in the hopes of findng parents and/or new
> All clues much appreciated - I have a few descendants of John Cecil
> (1796-1847) and Elizabeth C PENNY (1808-1881) and thought they might link
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