Historical records matching Philip Pendleton, Sr
About Philip Pendleton, Sr
Philip PENDLETON Sr. "the Immigrant"
26 Mar 1654 - 9 Nov 1721 ID Number: I1850
* OCCUPATION: School-Master and 1678 Deputy Clerk Of Rappahannock Co. VA
* RESIDENCE: Norwich, ENG and 1674 Rappahannock, later Essex, later KandQ Cos. VA
* BIRTH: 26 Mar 1654, Norwich, Norfolk, England
* DEATH: 9 Nov 1721, King And Queen Co. VA
* RESOURCES: See: Notes [S11] [S122] [S154] [S157] [S166] [S172] [S324] [S392] [S408] [S489] [S561] [S641] [S735] [S747] [S755] [S756] [S1514] [S2103]
Father: Henry PENDLETON II Mother: Elizabeth DOUGLASS
Family 1 : Isabella HURT
* MARRIAGE: Mar 1681, Virginia
1. +Henry PENDLETON
2. +Isabella PENDLETON
3. +Elizabeth PENDLETON
4. +John PENDLETON
5. +Rachel PENDLETON
6. +Catherine Isabel PENDLETON
7. +Philip PENDLETON Jr.
Norwich, ENG To VA 1674 To ENG In 1680 To VA In 1682. A teacher in VA 1674; ret England 1680; to VA 1682. Phillip came to VA in 1674 under 5 yr contract; He lived in Rappahannock, later Essex, later King and Queen. Worked out his contract, ret England, married but (?) lost wife, after father's death 1682 ret to VA married Isabella Hurt, had 7 children, died in K&Q Co 1721. (Per Genealogies of VA Families, Vol II, p.798); Son of Henry of Norwich, ENG (S.M. Par. 148) VA Mag Hist & Biog - no date
Pendleton King and Queen county Arms: Gules an inescutcheon argent between four escallops in saltire or. Crest: On a chapeau gules turned up ermine a demi dragon, wings inverted or, holding an escallop argent. Motto: Maneo qualis manebam. The Virginia Pendletons are descended from the ancient family of that name who were settled at Norwich, Norfolk, and originally from Manchester. George Pendleton removed from the latter city to Norwich in 1613, and married Elizabeth, daughter of John Pettingall, gent., of that city; they had a son, Henry, who married Susan ---, by whom a son, Henry, who had two sons, the Rev. Nathaniel Pendleton, who d.s.p., and Philip Pendleton, who came to Virginia in 1674. Philip was born about 1650, and married Isabella Hurt or Hart, by whom he had three sons and four daughters. His eldest son, Henry, born 1683, married, 1701, Mary, daughter of James Taylor of Caroline county by his second wife, Mary Gregory. He died 1721 and left issue: Philip, Nathaniel, John, Edmund, Mary and Isabella Pendleton.
1704 VA Rent Rolls:
Pendleton Henry (700a) King & Queen County, 1704
Pendleton Philip (300a) King & Queen County, 1704
4/2/1654 St. Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich England, Baptized. At the age of 20, in 1674, with his brother, the Rev. Nathaniel Pendleton. He migrated to Virginia, where he was apprenticed to Edmond Craske, Clerk of Rappahannock Co, and in 1678 he was Deputy Clerk of that county. He later lived in Essex Co., and about the beginning of the 18th century he moved to King & Queen Co. In 1704 his name appears on the Rent Roll of King and Queen Co., as owning 300 acres. In the same year his son, Henry Pendleton, was taxed for 700 acres. At the death of his father in 1682 it is said that he went back to England. If so, he soon returned to Virginia and married there, in the same year (1682) Isabella.
Philip PENDLETON was born on 26 Mar 1650 in Norwich, England. He emigrated in 1674 from Virginia. He died on 9 Nov 1721 in King & Queen County VA.
He was married to Isabella HURT in 1682 in Virginia. Isabella HURT was born about 1650 in Virginia.
Genea & Historical Notes on Culpeper Co Va" LDS 975.539D2g Col Families of America" Vol 14 p189 "The Forebearers & Desc of Wlm Taylor & Mahala Cromwell" by Carie Carte LDS929.273T219c "Americans of Gentle Birth & Their Ancestors" 1970 LDS 973D2pa LDS Archives record sub by Christianson (on file) Prominent Families of USA by AM Burke 1908.
"The Pendleton Family", Mrs. Mary Dunnica Micon in CULPEPER CO. HISTORY. Genealogy of Pendleton Family in Edmund Pendleton's Bible, now owned by Colonial Williamsburg, Inc. In 1792 Edmund Pendleton wrote the chronology of his family on the blank pages between the Old and new Testaments of his great family Bible. From time to time he made additional entries, and after his death other entries were made in various hands by persons unknown.
The VA MAG; Vol. XL-No 2, p 179-186, April 1932, pub by VA Hist. Soc. Richmond. VA. Data submitted by Mrs. Katherine Cox Gottschalk, Wash DC and Major John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, Chattanooga, TN.
from "Some Prominent Virginia Families," Vol II-IV, Chapter X., pp. 224: "Three miles from Manchester, in County Lancashire, England, is the town of Pendleton, known as a portion of Salfordborough. Over the door of one of the inns swings the arms of the Pendleton family, exactly like those brought to the America by the emigrant, Philip Pendleton. Some little distance off is the manor house, occupied still by a family of Pendletons, and around the old church are the tombs of the departed Pendletons. Here we pause, feeling ourselves aliens in our father's house. Under that roof truss are the records that would carry us back along the line of English history until we found the ancestor whose bravery in the Crusades, won him the right to place upon his shield the silver pilgrim's shells, which form a distinctive feature of the coat-of-arms. The family evidently belonged to English gentry, a purer and prouder distinction oftentimes than many of the titles which have changed hands and family names many times as they come down the avenue of ages."
Judge Edmund Pendleton of Virginia, in his Family Chronology of 1792 stated that "About the year 1674 Nathaniel Pendleton, a Minister, and Philip Pendleton, a school master, sons of Henry Pendleton of the City of Norwich, co. Norfolk, in England, came thence to Virginia in America......In 1469 Thomas Pendleton was living in Lancashire, in which county he held lands; at the same time were two brothers, William and Robert Pendleton, who were probably his sons. Another member of the family was the Rev. Henry Pendleton (1521-1557), who may have been a brother of George Pendleton, Sr., who lived in the town of Pendleton during the reign of King Henry VII. (1485-1509). Thomas Pendleton, who died in 1534, was a nephew of the Rev. Henry Pendleton; he had five sons:
George, Edward, etc......George Pendleton, Esq., Sr., of the town of Pendleton, was living in the reign of King Henry VIII. (1509-1547)."
Pendletons in Historical Register of VA In the Revolution, p. 615. by John G. Gwathmey.
_____, Captain, 1781-2, E.
Benjamin, Warren Co. KY, mpl.
Edmond, Gist's Reg., deserted Oct 23, 1778.
Edmund, Caroline Mil., serving as Captain Aug 14, 1777; rec. as Colonel Nov 9, 1780 and David Jameson rec. to hold his former rank.
Edmund, member of the Committee of Safety for Colony of VA., mss, WD.
Edmund, 8 CL.
Henry, Hanover pet.
James, Ensign 7 CL Feb 7, 1776; 2nd Lieut. Apr 26, 1776; resigned Jan 13, 1777; Captain 1st Cont. Artillery Feb. 7, 1777; Brever Major Sept 30, 1783; awarded 5,778 acres, mss. WD. Of King and Queen E.
James, Colonel Culpeper Mil. in 1777-8, E.
James, Fifer, 5 CL.
James, Hanover pet.
John, Express in Jan., 1776, AB.
John, paid Feb 1 1776, as clerk of Committee of Safety to Jan 31, 1776.
John, referred to as Captain Aug 21, 1776; probably held rank prior to Revolution.
Micajah, Nelson pens
Nathaniel, Ensign 10th Cont. Inf. Jan 1, 1776; 1st Lieut 11 CL July 23, 1776; Captain Mch. 13, 1777; taken prisoner at Fort Washington Nov. 16, 1776; exchanged Oct 18, 1780; trans. to 3 CL Feb 12, 1781; Aide-de-Camp to General Greene Nov.1780 to close of war; Brevet Major Sept 30, 1783, by Act of Congress Oct 21, 1781, it was "Resolved, that major General Greene be desired to present the thanks of Congress to Captain Pendleton, his Aide-de-Camp, in testimony of his particular activity and good conduct during the whole action at Eutaw Springs, South Carolina." Died Oct. 20, 1821. Awarded 5,660 acres; mss. WD.
Nathaniel, Jr., Lieut. in 1780, E.
Phil, Colonel 1st Battalion of Berkeley Mil. T-CV1P89.
Philip, Colonel, Berkeley Mil., apptd. Apr 15, 1777.
Philip, of Spotsylvania, dmp.
Richard, 1st Light Dragoons.
Richard, Jr., Capt. Linkhorn's Co., Augusta.
Thomas, Caroline Mil, took oath as Colonel, date not given.
Land Office, Richmond, Book 8, page 393, Oct., 26, 1694. Governor Androsto Capt. John Battaile and Francis Meriwether, 1,091 acres for the transportation of 22 persons into the Colony, among whom were: Nathaniel Pendleton, Philip Pendleton, Edmund Craske, John Crask and Ellen Crask. (These Patents frequently were not taken out or granted until long after the actual date of a migration. This one, for example, was dated exactly 20 years after the arrival of the Pendletons! For Philip Pendleton was in Old Rappahannock County as early as Nov., 4, 1674, when he witnessed a deed from Matthew Bate to John Willard. Then there was a William Pendleton in the same county on April 18, 1672, when he witnessed a deed from William Underwood, Sr., to John Foxhall. Just who he was does not appear).
Philip Pendleton, another ancestor of Dr. Rucker, came from England in 1674, settling in Kent county, Virginia. Dr. Pierce Rucker, of Richmond, came from England in 1719, also settling in King and Queen county, Virginia.
See pages 95-105 of GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL NOTES ON CULPEPPER COUNTY, VIRGINIA by Raleigh Green, 1900, for Pendleton Genealogy.
Isabella and Mary Pendleton were daus of Henry Pendleton, b. 1683, d. May 1721, and his wife Mary Taylor (m. 1701), son of Philip (son of Henry Pendleton, of Norwich, ENG), b. 1650, emigrated to VA 1674, and d. in New Kent Co. 1721, m. Isabella Hert. Mary (Taylor) Pendleton, b. Jun 2, 1688, d. 1770, was a dau of the first James Taylor (who settled in New Kent, now Caroline Co., where he d. April 30, 1698), and his 2nd, wife Mary Gregory, to whom he was m. Aug. 12, 1682 (Owen, William Strother of VA, 1898, pp. 21-22fn).
Christened April 2, 1654 - St. Peters, Mancroft, Norwich, England.
Philip emigrated to the colonies in 1674, Book, "Seldens of Virginia, Vol. 2", Mary Selden Kennedy,1911, page 180, and Book "Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpepper County, Virginia", Raleigh Travers Green, 1958, page 279-80. The first name of the Pendletons who came to the colony of Virginia in 1674, was two young men, Philip Pendleton, a teacher, and Nathaniel, his brother, a clergyman.
Philip returned to England in 1680; tradition says he married a lady of high social position, but she died, and he returned to the colonies, andin 1684 married Isabella Hurt and from this marriage are descended all the Pendletons of Virginia.
up-dated 31 july 2008 Pam Reg Lib CH JRTM
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-------------------- Philip, born March 26, 1654 in Norwich, England, and baptised April 2, 1654 at St. Peters in Mancroft, traveled to Virginia in 1674 with a 5 year indenture contract. He was a teacher prior to arriving in Virginia, and it is assumed he was a tutor in Virginia. Philip lived in Rappahannock County and later in Essex, then in King and Queen County. When his 5 year contract was up, he returned to England. He may have married a "lady of high position" who died within a year. His father, Henry, Jr. died in 1682, and Philip returned to Virginia that same year. Philip married Isabella Hurt in 1682. From this union, all of the early Pendletons were descended. In 1687, Philip signed a deed in Essex County, giving King and Queen County as his residence. His eldest son, Henry, signed a deed in Essex County in 1719, giving the same address as his residence. -------------------- or born 3//26/1654 and died 11/9/1725 or 1726
immigrated from England to Caroline Co. VA, 1674
Birth: Mar. 26, 1654 Lancashire, England Death: Nov. 9, 1721 New Kent County Virginia, USA
Parents: Henry Pendleton (1614 - 1682) Elizabeth Douglass Pendleton (1623 - 1708) Spouse: Isabella Hart Pendleton (1654 - 1724)* Children: Henry Pendleton (1683 - 1721)* Elizabeth Pendleton Clayton (1684 - 1761)*
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Burial: Old Saint Stephens Parish Cemetery New Kent County Virginia, USA
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Philip Pendleton, Sr's Timeline
March 26, 1654
Norwich, Norfolk, England
April 2, 1654
St. Peters Mancroft, Norwich, Norfolk, England
April 2, 1654
St. Peters, Mancroft, Norwich, England
April 2, 1654
May 15, 1683
Rappahannock or King and Queen, Virginia, United States
King & Queen, Virginia, United States