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??? Slawson (Williams Jennings) MP (c.1618 - c.1680)

George Slawson (c 1614-1690) married his first wife about 1640 in Sandwich on Cape Cod. Her name is not known. She died before 1680 when he married his 2nd wife, Mary Williams, widow of Joshua Jennings...

Agatha Salestina Jennings (Ashley) MP (1890 - 1973)

Agnes A. Jennings (Dyer) MP (1785 - 1859)

Agnes Madora Broomham (Jennings) MP (1873 - 1948)

Emigrated to New Zealand with parents aged 6 months on theSchichallion, 1874.

Albertha Cooper (Jennings) MP (c.1924 - d.)

Alexander Timothy Jennings MP

Alexander Jennings MP (1883 - d.)

Ann McCormick (Jennings) MP (deceased)

Ann Jennings (Borton) MP (1710 - d.)

Ann Jennings (Billups) MP (1749 - 1811)

Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Nov 12 2016, 21:56:31 UTC

Ann Jennings (Burton) MP (1712 - 1779)

Anna Jennings (Palgrave) MP (1621 - 1685)

From Anne:   The ship's manifest includes the names of six children, one of which is Ann. Selah Youngs does not include an Ann in the list of children for John Youngs, but, in a footn...

Anne Jennings (Guidotte) MP (1676 - 1761)

Anne Bledsoe (Jennings) MP (1650 - 1695)

Brewster Jennings MP (1898 - 1968)

Benjamin Brewster Jennings (June 9, 1898 – October 2, 1968) was a founder and president of the Socony-Vacuum company, which became, in 1955, the Standard Oil Company of New York (Socony), whic...

Benjamin Jennings MP (1770 - d.)

Celia Jennings (Leonard) MP (1809 - 1851)

Daughter of Obediah and Hannah Cooley Leonard.Date of death is from New River Notes, cemeteries of Carroll County. Jennings Cemetery was surveyed by Buford C. Wilson May 10, 2010.Date of birth based on...

Celia Jennings MP (1808 - 1895)

Charity Amburn (Jennings) MP (1810 - 1897)

Residence : 1860 - Cedar Township, Benton, Iowa, United States* Residence : 1870 - Iowa, United States** Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree via son Amos Aaron Amburn by SmartCopy : Jun 29 2015, 17:3...

Charity Jennings (Fender) MP (1813 - 1907)

By the 1850 census, Thornton and Charity had 10 children on their Ashe County, NC farm: Allen (19), Solomon (16), Sarah (15), Patcy (12), Polly (10), William (9), Franky (7), John (5), Thomas (3), and ...

Charity Jennings (Burch) MP (1763 - 1787)

1st Wife: CHARITY BURCH - born about 1770 in Surry Co., NC; died about 1787/1788 and most likely buried in Surry Co. She is the daughter of John Burch, Jr. and Charity Woodson (see John Burch's will da...

Charles Jennings MP (1641 - 1701)

Clovis L. Jennings MP (c.1919 - d.)

Daniel Ezekiel Jennings MP (1904 - d.)

Daniel Jennings MP (1802 - 1882)

Residence : Wilkes, North Carolina - 1850* Residence : Mulberry, Wilkes, North Carolina - 1870** Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via brother William M Jennings by SmartCopy : Sep 30 2015, 1:28:54 UTC

Daniel Jennings MP (deceased)

Diannah Jennings (Bobbitt) MP (c.1735 - c.1795)

Listed in the 1795 tax list of Mercer County Kentucky as head of household, living alone except for 3 black slaves (also 3 horses, 12 head of cattle.) Links

Doris Iceline Jennings (Levien) MP (c.1943 - 1943)

Dorothy Kemp (Jennings) MP (1630 - d.)

Gov. Edmund Jennings MP (1659 - 1727)

Edmund Jenings Edmund Jenings was a Virginian politician. He was President of the Council of Virginia and later became the acting governor from August 23, 1706, to June 10, 1708.[1] His father Sir ...

Sir Edmund Jennings, M.P. MP (1626 - 1695)

JENNINGS, Sir Edmund (1626-91), of Ripon, Yorks. Family and Education bap. 30 Nov. 1626, 1st s. of Jonathan Jennings (d. 1649) of Ripon by Elizabeth, da. and coh. of Giles Parker of Newby, Yorks.; ...

Edward Jennings MP (1638 - 1705)

Eleanor Jennings (Thornbrough) MP (1804 - 1849)

Elijah Jennings MP (1771 - 1843)

Elisabeth Jennings (Cozzens) MP (c.1720 - 1804)

Eliza Jennings (Morris) MP (c.1840 - 1941)

Elizabeth Jennings (Bullis) MP (1806 - c.1880)

Elizabeth Hudson (Jennings) MP (1667 - 1711)

Elizabeth Selden (Jennings) MP (b. - 1807)

Elizabeth Jennings (Fisher) MP (1667 - d.)

Elizabeth Jennings (Chiles) MP (deceased)

Elizabeth CHILES was living in Lunenberg County, Virginia. Parents: Henry CHILES and Anne HARRELSON. Spouse: Robert JENNINGS. Robert JENNINGS and Elizabeth CHILES were married.

Elizabeth Langley (Jennings) MP (1843 - 1884)

Elizabeth Douglas (Jennings) MP (1867 - d.)

Reference: [undefined Jamaica, Civil Registration, 1880-1999] - SmartCopy : Jul 7 2016, 18:10:23 UTC

Elizabeth Kimble (Jennings) MP (1755 - 1830)

Elizabeth Betty Stephens (Jennings) MP (1759 - 1810)

Elizabeth Jennings Given Name: Elizabeth Surname: Jennings Sex: F Birth: 9 JUL 1759 in ,Fairfax County,VA Death: 27 SEP 1801 in KY 1 Father: Daniel Jennings b: 5 OCT 1737 in ,Fairfax County,VA Mother...

Elizabeth Jennings (Jackson) MP (c.1702 - d.)

Elizabeth Jennings (Hoblit) MP (1771 - 1839)

. Elizabeth Hoblit - b. 1771/2 in Fayette Co., KY/d. 26 AUG 1839 in Clinton Co., OH. She is buried in the Gaddis cemetery, NE of Wilmington, OH. She married Timothy Bennett in Westmoreland Co., PA in 1...

Elizabeth Jennings (Ainsworth) MP (1695 - d.)

Elizabeth Ainsworth was the daughter of Edward Ainsworth "the Immigrant," and wife Joanna Hemmingway. She was born in Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts on November 11, 1695. She moved as a child t...

Elizabeth Jennings MP (c.1825 - c.1895)

Elizabeth Betty Ann Jennings MP (1852 - 1931)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : Dec 5 2014, 18:28:13 UTC

Emarie Constantia Jennings MP (1899 - 1902)

Emeriah Suteldia Jennings MP (1915 - 1916)

Emily Sophia Jennings MP

Estella Amanda Squire (Jennings) MP (1929 - 2008)

Eunice Jennings (Abbe) MP (1732 - d.)

Female Jennings MP (1885 - 1885)

Frances Grymes (Jennings) MP (1690 - 1753)

Frances Pamplin (Jennings) MP (1758 - d.)

Frances Talbot, Countess of Tyrconnel MP (c.1647 - 1730)

A biography of Frances and her second husband - Little Jennings and Fighting Dick Talbot: A Life of the Duke and Duchess of Tyrconnel - by Philip Sergeant was published in 1913.

Frances Jennings (Corbin) MP (1671 - 1713)

Frances Branch Jennings (Woodson) MP (c.1785 - 1830)

Updated from Ancestry Genealogy via Thomas Daniel Jennings by SmartCopy : Feb 6 2015, 1:49:05 UTC * Marriage to Thomas Daniel Jennings: (11 Jan 1802 — Age: 17) Henrico, Virginia, United States**...

Frances Donnelly (Jennings) MP (c.1766 - 1829)

Frances Jennings (Toliver) MP (1834 - 1892)

George Jennings MP (deceased)

Gerel Emanuel Jennings (Ashley) MP (1921 - d.)

Hannah Jennings MP (1768 - d.)

Hannah Jennings (Goldsmith) MP (c.1640 - 1723)

Hannah Jennings (Dickinson) MP (c.1648 - 1710)

grave Hannah’s father and first husband Samuel died in the Turner’s Falls battle of 1676. Four months after her second marriage to Stephen Jennings in 1677, she was captured by the Indi...

Hannah Jennings (Williams) MP (c.1719 - 1809)

Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA. DAR Ancestor # A062278

Hannah Knapp (Jennings) MP (1720 - 1796)

Hannah Gifford (Jennings) MP (1735 - 1823)

Hannah Jennings (Martin) MP (deceased)

2nd Wife: HANNAH MARTIN - married 1788 in Surry Co. She is most likely buried in the same cemetery as her husband. They had 5 daughters: 1. - Elizabeth "Bettie" Jennings married John George 2. - Margar...

Hannah Jennings (Jackson) MP (1671 - d.)

Henry Walker Jennings MP (1828 - 1904)

Hezekiah Jennings MP (1920 - 1920)

Humfrey Jennings MP (1673 - 1725)

The steel tycoon Humphrey Jennings was one of the richest men in England during the 18th century. His grandson William was an eccentric bachelor who died in 1799 with an unsigned will tucked in his coa...

Humphrey Jennings MP (1629 - 1689)

From the Cheek Family page on John Jennings, Sr. of Wilkes County, North Carolina: Cautionary Note: The Jennings Fortune In Wilkes County Heritage, Vol. I (1982), p.188, the local historian and g...

Icelyn Lindsay (Jennings) MP (1929 - d.)

Isaac Jennings MP (1677 - 1761)

Issac JENNINGS, born on 3 July 1677 in Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, died in 1760/1 in Pembroke, Plymouth, Massachusetts. His parents are John JENNINGS and Ruhamah TURNER. He has Ancestral File ...

Isabella Albertha Jennings (Ashley) MP (1927 - d.)

Ivy May Jennings (Levien) MP (1923 - d.)

Pvt. James Jennings MP (1757 - 1837)

Father: JOHN JENNINGS - born 1735 in VA; died 1783 in Amelia Co., VA — John and his 3 brothers were all in the Revolutionary War. Mother: TEMPERANCE THOMPSON - She appears to have been the w...

James Hennen Jennings MP (1854 - 1920)

James Jennings, Jr. SV/PROG MP (1818 - 1885)

1820 British Settler James Jennings 3, together with his mother Mary Jennings (30), (his father died as they were leaving Portsmouth), were members of Ford's Party of 42 Settlers on the Weymouth . ...

James Rody Jennings MP (1816 - 1872)

Col. James Rody (or Roddy) Jennings, son of Robert Cary Jennings, Jr., was born in 1816 or 1818 in Virginia. He married Kate Hennen (Katharine Sharpe Hennen), daughter of Alfred Hennen and Ann Maria Da...

James Allen Jennings MP (1798 - 1865)

James Jennings, Snr MP (c.1790 - 1820)

James Jennings fell ill whilst waiting for their ship and was taken to the Portsmouth Naval Hospital where he died. His wife and 1 child sailed on the "Weymouth" as part of Ford's Party on 7 Jan 1820 a...

Jemima "Ya Ya" Brown (Jennings) MP (deceased)

Jeremiah Jennings MP (deceased)

Jesse Jennings MP (1745 - 1821)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via son Thomas Jennings by SmartCopy : Feb 6 2015, 0:13:57 UTC Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : Feb 6 2015, 1:52:12 UTC

Jessica Laura Jennings MP

Joan Smith (Jennings) MP (deceased)

Joanna Owens (Jennings) MP (c.1652 - 1691)

Alternate data, omitted at time of merge on 12-2-09 and 12-8-09: Birth Date(s): 1635, 1652, 1651 Death Date(s): 1695, 5/10/1691 •Name: Joanna "Jone" JENNINGS •Sex: F Birth: ABT ...

Joanna Jennings MP (1908 - 1911)

John Jennings MP (1706 - 1811)

From the Cheek Family: John Jennings, Sr., was born abt. 1706, possibly in Orange Co., VA, and died 1811 in Wilkes Co., NC. The name of his wife is unknown (some sources say Ann Burton). John Jenni...

John Jennings MP (1814 - 1900)

John Thomas Jennings MP (1795 - 1855)

John Jennings, of Hartford MP (1587 - 1646)

John Gennings (Ginnings) was a proprietor “by courtesie of the town,” and his home-lot, m 1639, was on the brow of the hill now Asylum Hill, shutting on the highway on the west, on the we...

John Jennings, of Colchester MP (c.1590 - c.1664)

The England and Holland of the Pilgrims By Henry Martyn Dexter, Morton Dexter ITEMS FROM THE CITY RECORDS AT LEYDEN The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volumes 14-15. ".... and (20)...

Capt. John Jennings MP (deceased)

from John Oliver, Jr. at Genealogy.com's genforum: "Mary Seward married a Capt. Jennings who was in Bacon's Rebellion in and around Surrey Co., VA, in 1675-1678. he died prior to being hanged after the...