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John Pinnix

Also Known As: "Penix"
Birthdate: (55)
Birthplace: Hanover County, Virginia
Death: 1788 (55)
Immediate Family:

Son of John Penicks and Elizabeth Penicks
Husband of Mary Pinnix
Father of Elizabeth Hogan; William Penix; John Penick and Overton Pinnix

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About John Pinnix

Edited by Jason Kennedy on 6/4/2011: All added information is preliminary and must be verified:

Jason Edward Kennedy

Possible marriage date for John PINNIX and Mary OVERTON.

1758 Louisa, Virginia (NOT VERIFIED)


Fact: 1755 Enlisted in Capt. Samuel OVERTON's company of Rangers during the French and Indian War.

Fact: abt 1755 John Penix listed as a Ranger in Samuel OVERTON's Company with rank left blank (others nearby were Pvt, Cpl, etc.) and y

Fact: 1768 John Pennicks, tithable in Trinity Parish, Louisa Co., Virginia

Fact: 1770 John Pennix, tithable in Trinity Parish, Louisa Co., Virginia Fact: 12 Sep 1770 Louisa County Court, Benjamin Brown V. John Penix. Defendant pleads Not Guilty.

Fact: 1771 John Penix, tithable in Trinity Parish, Louisa Co., Va. Also in Trinity Parish were Zacharias Cosby and ZACHARIAS HOGAN.


(Zachariah Hogan) 	'''

Fact: 8 Apr 1771 Louisa County Court, Benjamin Brown V. John Penix. This suit being agreed, it is Dismist. Fact: 13 Mar 1780 John Penix proved in Louisa County Court by oath of William Melton, that he had enlisted in Capt. Overton's company and

Fact: 13 Mar 1780 John Penix received Land Bounty Certificate No. 1189, which he later assigned to John Hogan.

Is this '''"John Hogan"''' the same as: John Hogan

Fact: 1782 John Pennicks taxed in Louisa Co., Va for one white male tithe, one horse, and five cattle.

Fact: bet 1782 and 1783 John Penix taxed for 100ac in Louisa Co., Virginia Note: bet 1784 and 1786 Why wasn't the 100ac tract in Louisa Co. taxed during these years??? Were the records lost???

Fact: 1786 John Pennix taxed for 175ac in Warren Co., North Carolina

Fact: 1786 Warren Co. Census in Twilley's District: 1m21-60,2m-21,6f.

Fact: bet 1787 and 1788 John Penix taxed for 100ac in Louisa Co., Virginia

BRUNSWICK CO. DEEDS Indenture made 3 March 1747, between Moses Smith and Judah his wife of Granvil County, North Carolina, and Athanatious Robinson of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, £10, 100a, being part of a Patent granted to Samuel CHAMBERLYN for 449a which Patent dated 11 December 1730. Signed Moses Smith, Witnesses: Hugh Williams, William LAWRENCE*****, John PHENIX*****. Court 6 October 1748, Indenture and Receipt proved by the oath of Hugh Williams. Deed Book 3, Page 478.

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John Pinnix's Timeline

Hanover County, Virginia
May 6, 1760
Age 27
Hanover County, Virginia, United States
Age 27
Louisa, VA, USA
Age 29
Orange,Nc Rowan,North Carolina,USA
Age 55