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AfriGeneas Genealogy and History Forum Archive 2

Re: NC and VA research names
In Response To: Re: NC and VA research names ()

: Hello Vickie
: Ah, the infamous Pannell's or is it Pannill or is it Parnell?
: Depends on who you ask. Well, as for my Pannell's, here's what I
: got: Lewis Pannill (notice the "i") maried Eliza Ann
: Robertson and had 2 children; Lewis Pannill Jr., born 1878 in
: Pittsylvania County, VA and Amelia Pannill born in 1882, also in
: Pittsylvania County, VA. She married James Holt in 1899. Lewis
: Jr. married Dailey Walton in 1903. Somewhere during WWII the
: "i" changed to an "e". My cousins today are
: the Pannells. I have looked at the Pittsylvania County records
: until my head couldn't take it anymore and trust me, there were
: plenty of Pannills in Pittsylvania County and in Campbell. Not
: sure of the exact relationship yet but there were tons of them.
: Hope this info helps. What other names are you researching from
: that area?

Hi April,

Well to start off my Pannell's or Pennell's etc. are Sarah and I think Tom Pannell from Campbell Co. their daughter (my grgr grandmother)Martha E. Pannell married Nelson Henry also of Campbell Co.

Sarah Henry the daughter of Martha and Nelson married Silas Woodruff, son of Wyatt and Sarah Ware Woodruff of Amherst Co.

So my names are: Pannell, Henry, Woodruff and Ware. I know there are alot of Pannells and yes the spelling has changed a couple of times, but it looks like they finally setteled on Pannell. Also the name Walton looks familiar, but i'm not sure where i've seen it from. I'll let you know.

Vickie


18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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