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Phil Gyford   Link to this

Daughter of Admiral William Penn: http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/619/ , wife of Anthony Lowther: http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/2850/

vicente   Link to this

William Penn had a sister, Margaret Penn, 1651-1719, who was married on February 14, 1666/7 to Anthony Lowther, of Yorkshire, who was a member of Parliament, 1678-79. Anthony Lowther died, 1692
http://www.msys.net/campbell/lowthe~1.htm

Pauline   Link to this

Margaret Penn, daughter of Sr William Penn and Margaret Jasper Penn, was born 1636. She married Anthony Sir Thomas Lowther (who died 1692) in 1666-67. Margaret resided in England. They had one child, in one source given as Sir Thomas Lowther and in another as Sir William Lowther, 1st Bart of Marske, (1670-1705). The William and Margaret Penn name duo appears to resurface in other generations, as brother and sister in an additional case. And as the 17th century unreels, Penns and Lowthers cross the ocean and set the stage for a competing search for family ties for the eventual late 20th century computerization of genealogy, wherein anyone can say when our Margaret was born.

vicente   Link to this

I have grave doubts, Papa would only be 13, i doth think [Pen [state pen] category today]. Papa borne at Bristol in 1621 September 16th, buried 1670, aged forty-nine St. Mary Redcliffe, in Bristol.

cgs   Link to this

addition info for the M Poirot's of the inter net
from Mary on Fri 23 Nov 2007, 09:54pm

Peg Penn

This Peg Penn is surely Margaret Penn, the daughter of Marie and John Jasper of Ballycase, County Clare. She married, firstly, Nicasius van der Schuren and then, after his death, William Penn (knighted 1660) in 1643. L&M Companion does not give her date of birth, but notes that she died in Walthamstow in 1672. Notable Quaker, William Penn, was her eldest son, born 1644,

cgs   Link to this

see:xref:
# Penn, Lady Margaret (1)
http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/2849/
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# Lowther, Anthony (1) http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/2850/

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