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Back over home, the heritage of Pinckneys of Pinckney Colony, Bluffton, South Carolina

compiled and authored by Mary Pinckney Powell
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English
Columbia, South Carolina : R.L. Bryan, c1996
412 p. : ill., ports.

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Copyright held by author.

Sources: p. 403-4-4.

Includes index.

1996 ed. includes pt. 1. The French and English ancestry of the Pinckney family -- pt. 2. Thomas Pinckney (1666-1706), progenitor of the first South Carolina Pinckneys -- pt. 3. The Pinckney family of Colleton County from the first edition -- pt. 4. Additional pictures, stories and updated genealogy.

Includes Bellinger, Campbell, Cotesworth, Porcher, Ryan, Youngblood, and related families.

Pinckneys came to England with William the Conqueror from Picquigny near Amiens in Picardy, France. Thomas Pinckney, baptizd on 5 May 1666 was the 4th son of Richard and Catherine Pinckney, both of whom died in February, 1694. Thomas settled in Charleston, South Carolina in 1692. He married Grace Bedon, who died 4 or 5 years later. Thomas then married Elizabeth Cotesworth. Thomas Pinckney died before April 1705, leaving his wife and 3 sons, Thomas, Jr., Charles, and William. William (1704-1766) is the ancestor for the descendants in this book. Descendants lived in South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Texas, and elsewhere.

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