The family of John Pynney was involved in the manufacture and trade of lace.
John Pynney was also a minister in Broadwindsor, Dorset.
John Pynney was also a landowner.
Died Young according to Laura Young Pinney's "Genealogy of the Pinney Family in America."
Hester Never Married.
Hester was acquainted with the Honourable George Booth, who made her his executrix and bequeathed her his manor of Hadley in Kent.
[NI011] Involved in the Monmouth Rebellion of 1685 and convicted, but his death penalty was suspended by a bribe so that he was only transported out of the country for indentured service. He was able to buy his way out of that as well and run a successful sugar plantation.
[NI014] Died without issue.
Died without issue.
Owned Bettiscombe Manor in Dorset, UK and allowed his cousin John Frederick Pinney to live with him for a time.
Azariah also left Bettiscombe to John Frederick Pinney upon his death.
Built Racedown (a home in Dorset, UK) then known as Pillmarsh.
[NI026] Was called the Scot. Presumably from Scotland.
[NI030] Never married.
[NI036] Inherited Pinney estates from John Frederick Pinney in both Nevis and England in 1762 and as a condition adopted the surname Pinney according to Laura Young Pinneys "Genealogy of the Pinney Family in America."
[NI037] Was the mayor of Bristol, England during the riots of 1831. He was tried and judged not guilty for some negligence due to alleged inaction during the riots.
[NI051] Friend of William Wordsworth and Coleridge.
[NI054] These two did have issue.
[NI055] These two did have issue.
[NI056] Friend of William Wordsworth and Colderidge.
[NI057] Died as an infant.
Went mad and was shut up for the rest of his life in a farm at Hallstock.
[NI066] Never married.
[NI074] Fell in the Great War 1914-1918.
[NI098] Never married.
[NI102] Died Young.
[NI103] Died Young.
[NI104] Died Young.
[NI105] Died Young.
[NI106] Died Young.
[NI107] Died Young.
[NI116] Killed in action 2nd March 1942 in command of HMS Stronghold during the Battle of the Java Seas.
[NF12] This union had no issue.
[NF14] This union had issue.
[NS14821] This short essay on the Monmouth Rebellion was two pages long, cited no sources and outlined the story of the rebellion.
[NS14823] Keith Pinney Library
[NS26991] This is a sixty-one page book citing numerous resources in the USA and England and describing the American descendants of Humphrey Pinney and his ancestry in England
[NS26993] Keith Pinney Library
[NS51683] Keith Pinney Library
[NS45211] A clear photograph of a memorial inscription on the wall of the St. John the Baptist Church, Broadwindsor, Dorset, England.
[NS45213] Keith Pinney Library
[NS14121] This title is a nine page typed manuscript citing ten sources and outlining the history of British and American Pinneys.
[NS14123] Keith Pinney Library
[NS52511] A thorough resource covering known heraldry of many land owning Britons.
[NS52513] Mid Continent Genealogy Library
[NS48701] This is a reference to a series of three negative that are in the V&A Lafayette Collection held by Pinewood Studios.
[NS48703] Pinewood Studios
[NS50651] A vivid photo of a memorial to Elizabeth (Pinney) Baillie at the church in Somerton, Dorset, England
[NS50653] Keith Pinney Library
[NS46091] This work adds a variety of information to the relationship of William Wordsworth to the Pinneys and cites more than 20 resources.
[NS46093] Keith Pinney Library
[NS25231] This is a one page record with a single source cited containing birth information on a variety of Pinney family members.
[NS25233] Keith Pinney Library
[NS17641] This book contains details of the business and genealogy of the descendants of the Reverend John Pinney of Dorset, UK.
[NS17643] Porter Library - Kansas State University
[NS49941] A clearl photo of a huge brass memorial to John Frederick Pinney and his wife Frances.
[NS49943] Keith Pinney Library
[NS19181] This title is a one hundred thirty page book citing multiple sources and outlining the character of John Pinney and some of the events of his family.
[NS19183] Keith Pinney Library
[NS50311] A blurred photo of a brass memorial to Mary (Pinney) Ames at the church in Somerton, Dorset.
[NS50313] Keith Pinney Library
[NS51161] A clear photo of a memorial to Giles Robert Pinney at Somerton Church.
[NS51163] Keith Pinney Library
[NS18121] This title is a three page printed web page citing two sources and outlining the history of Pinneys on the island of Nevis.
[NS18123] Keith Pinney Library
[NS49671] A clear photograph of a brass memorial enscription at the church in Somerton, Dorset, England.
[NS49673] Keith Pinney Library
[NS56151] This reference work is an update to Burke's previous books on the Landed Gentry and is quite weak on citing sources.
[NS56153] Keith Pinney Library
[NS47451] A quality photograph of a memorial to John Pinney, Esq. listing pertinent dates in the church at Somerton, Dorset.
[NS47453] Keith Pinney Library
[NS50871] A clear photo of a listing of the residents of Somerton Erleigh in Somerton Church, Dorset, England.
[NS50873] Keith Pinney Library
[NS14791] This title is a four page printed web page citing two sources and outlining the history of Pinneys on the island of Nevis.
[NS14793] Keith Pinney Library
[NS45201] A source for which only excerpts have been read, but mentions many Pinneys and which cites many references.
[NS45203] Library of Congress
[NS49391] A clear photograph of a colored stone memorial in a church at Somerton, Somerset.
[NS49393] Keith Pinney Library