Historical Markers StoppingPoints.com Historical Markers, Sightseeing & Points of Interest Scenic Roads & Points of Interest
About Us | Photo Gallery | Free Widgets | Featured States | Search Site
Register or Edit LoginRegister
Home Texas Williamson County Georgetown Pennington Family Cemetery

Pennington Family Cemetery

  Texas Historical Markers
Off FM 971, 1.8 mi. E in Pennington Place Estates; corner of Founders Oak Way and Pennington Lane, turn south on Settlers Path, E on Founders Oak Way, Georgetown, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 30° 6' 41.814936", -97° 19' 19.774092"
    Texas State
Historical Marker
     Born in Fannin County, Texas, during the period, John Parker Pennington (1840-1904), lived as a young man in Arizona Territory. As a member of one of the first families to settle in the territory he survived several deadly encounters with the region's Native Americans. He participated in the Civil War then moved his family to Texas in 1867. The first recorded burial was that of Pennington's sister, Margaret (Mag) Dennison, in 1872. John Pennington, his two wives, Emily J. McAllister (d. 1880) and Isabelle Purcell (d. 1916), and their descendants are interred here.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Pennington Family Cemetery Historical Marker Location Map, Georgetown, Texas

Related Themes: Texas C.S.A., Texas Confederate States of America, Confederacy, Texas Cemetery Markers, Cemeteries, Texan Graveyards,
Burial Grounds and Graves

Explore other historical .
 View other

See other Williamson County Cemeteries:
Anti-Slaveholding Union Baptist Cemetery
Bagdad Cemetery
Cedar Park Cemetery
Champion Cemetery
Connell Cemetery
Cornhill Cemetery
Easley-Sloan Cemetery
Fore Cemetery
Georgetown Cemetery, Old
Harrell Cemetery
Hopewell Cemetery
Hutto Cemetery
Hutto Lutheran Cemetery
Jolly Cemetery
Jonah Cemetery
Judge Harry N. Graves
Kimbro Family Cemetery
Lawrence Chapel Cemetery
Liberty Hill Cemetery
Macedonia Cemetery
Mager Cemetery
New Hope First Baptist Church and Cemetery
Pond Springs Cemetery
Rocky Hollow Cemetery
Round Rock Cemetery
Saul Cemetery
Shiloh-McCutcheon Cemetery
Site of New Bern Church, School, and Cemetery
Slave Burial Ground in Old Round Rock Cemetery
St. John's Cemetery
Type Cemetery
Union Grove Cemetery
Weir Community Cemetery
Wilcox-Graves House
Williams-Buck Cemetery
Wilson Spring Cemetery
Wilson-Leonard Brushy Creek Burial Site
Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery