James & Ann Pinnell
London, England
Late 1600's to 1770's

Synopsis:
On the 12 day of April 1877, James put his seal to his Will in her Majesty's's Court of Probate in the Perogitave Court of Canterbury. Elder of the Parish of Lamberth, in the county of Surrey Baker.
He bequeathed 20 pounds to his sister Ann Alder of Langwhitnam and also 20 pounds to his sister Elizabeth Badcock of Duckelton in the county of Oxford. He made Ann Pinnell executrix of his will.
His son James Pinnell Jr., who had left for America by this time, he left most of his earnings.

James Sr. and wife Ann were born, lived and died (see below). They had 3 sons, James, John and William.
We will basically follow the path of James and his ancestral generations there after.

James Pinnell Sr. died 12 July 1778 and is buried in St. Giles, Camberwell, Surrey Co., England.
30 Dec 1792 - his wife Ann Pinnell died and is also buried St. Giles, Camberwell, Surrey Co., England.

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