Category Archives: Known Errors

Known Common Pemberton Pedigree Errors (see list below)
As known errors in Pemberton genealogies come to the attention of the Pemberton Family World Wide, they will be listed here so that others may find them and correct their genealogies accordingly. If you are aware of a known error, especially if you have seen it repeated in several pedigrees on the internet, please bring it to the attention of the PFWW Genealogist by sending an email with details to genealogist@pembertonfamily.com.

Pembertons of St. John’s Parishes in Virginia and Barbados

ST. JOHN’S PARISH PEMBERTONS – Virginia Colony and Barbados [Editor’s Note: The following document is important for many reasons. Among them is that the author’s research reported here, shows that there was a St. John’s Parish in both the Virginia … Continue reading

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There Never Was a George X Pemberton?

Was There a George X Pemberton? It seems apparent to this writer, that there is no original document from the early American Colonies, that will support the idea that there was a Pemberton named George X or George X. or … Continue reading

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Unindexed Names in Hinshaw’s Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy

The CD purchased by this author that contained the full works of William Wade Hinshaw’s Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy included a file called names.txt which proved to be a list of over 3,500 unindexed names. These names all appear on … Continue reading

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Common Error: John Pemberton and Frances DeRochelle

An old and widespread error falls by the wayside. About a half century ago (ca. 1950) this author was annually in the home of one Russell Brown, a brother of Percy Pemberton Brown who did a lot of genealogical research … Continue reading

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