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The John Penrod family : also known as Benrod, Benrat, Benrath, Pinrod, Bonroth, Bonracth

Author: Dorothy J Turner
Publisher: Heber City, Utah (366 E. 2nd North, Heber City 84032) : D.J. Turner, [1981?]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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John Penrod, Sr. (d.1799) and his family lived in Frederick County, Maryland in 1755, and in 1773 moved to Somerset County, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma and elsewhere.
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Named Person: Penrod family.; Penrod family.; Penrod.; Benrath.; Bonracth.; Pinrod.; Kimmel.; Vancil.; Wenzel.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy J Turner
OCLC Number: 11677722
Notes: Cover title: Penrod family.
Description: 120 leaves, [1] folded leaf of plates : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
Other Titles: Penrod family
Responsibility: compiled by Dorothy J. Turner.

Abstract:

John Penrod, Sr. (d.1799) and his family lived in Frederick County, Maryland in 1755, and in 1773 moved to Somerset County, Pennsylvania. Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Oklahoma and elsewhere.
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Penrod beginnings in America

by locdoc59 (WorldCat user published 2009-05-06) Very Good Permalink

Dorothy has done an excellent job clarifying the who's who of the early Penrods in western Pennsylvania and surrounding states. This is no easy task, for certain names seem to have been family favorites and were used by siblings and cousins in naming their own children, and some Penrods married into...
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