|Birth: ||Mar. 16, 1836|
|Death: ||Jan. 26, 1913|
Son of John Stewart Pennington b. June 10, 1784 - in Virginia, d. 20 Sep 1859, Industry, McDonough Co., IL md. Jemima Houser (Howser) 24 Mar 1807, Line Creek, Barren Co, Ky b 1788 in Tennessee, d 1852 in Illinois.
---- John Stewart raised a family in Tompkinsville, Barren (Monroe) County, KY and moved most of the family to McDonough County, IL in 1830. They settled in Pennington Point, named for them but founded by William, son of Moses. This was the same place his second cousin Riggs, son of Timothy, settled.
---- Pennington's Point, McDonough Co., IL was named in honor of Stewart
Pennington, W.T., Co G 84th Ill Infantry
Residence McDonough County IL;
Enlisted on 8/7/1862 as a Private.
On 9/1/1862 he mustered into "C" Co. IL 84th Infantry
He was discharged for disability on 5/11/1863
Took part in Rozencranz pursuit of Bragg, Including fight at Crab Orchard, 42 days without shelter of any sort. After Perryville they went into camp at Silver Springs, Tennessee, From which place they went into fight at Murphysboro.
Mr Pennington took sick and was sent to Nashville then to Louisville, then to Quincy, Illinois where he was Discharged.
Occupation: Blacksmith : In partnership as blacksmith with his cousin, William R. Pennington (son of Allen Pennington and Hannah Power).
Rachel Pennington 1856 – 1913
Ida Velma Pennington 1858 – 1927
Lee Leander W. Pennington 1860 – 1913
Warren M Pennington 1862 – 1907
William "Willie" Pennington 1866 – 1913
Lillie May Pennington 1866 – 1866
Maude Clyde Pennington 1868 – 1950
Harry L Pennington 1871 – 1879
Franklin Blake Pennington 1874 – 1938
Florence "Floy" E. Pennington 1875
Mabel Clair Pennington 1878 – 1878
Fred S. Pennington 1880
Sarah Amanada Nebergall Pennington (1834 - 1913)*
Franklin Beake Pennington (1874 - 1938)*
Fred Strong Pennington (1880 - 1929)*
Rose Hill Cemetery
Maintained by: Victoria Taylor-True
Originally Created by: Bev
Record added: Aug 25, 2005
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