1. John Pengry born about 1540. He maried Anne White on 24 November 1569 at Westbury on Severn, England. Anne was born say 1545. They were the parents of:
2. John Pengry (Jr.) born about 1580 at Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire, England and was buried 25 January 1625 at Lea, Herefordshire, England. He married about 1608, Catherine Bower, born about 1588 and died in 1624, daughter of John and Bridget (Bridgeman) Bower. John left a noncupative will. His children were Thomas, Moses, Bridget, and Aaron.
3. Moses Pengry was born about 1611 at Lea, Herefordshire, England and died 2 January 1695/6 at Ipswich, Massachusetts. He married about 1644 at Ipswich, Lydia Clements born about 1618 at Huncote, Leicester, England and died 16 January 1675/6 at Ipswich, daughter of Robert and Lydia (---) Clements. Moses was a saltmaker. Moses and Lydia had eight children: Lydia, Sarah, Moses, Aaron, John, Thomas, Mehitable, and Abigail.
4. Lydia Pengry was born about 1645 at Ipswich, Massachusetts and died there 14 March 1689. She married at Ipswich 13 February 1665/6 Thomas Burnham (Jr.), born about 1644 at Ipswich and died 21 February 1728 at Ipswich, son of Thomas and Mary (Lawrence) Burnham. Thomas married secondly on 16 December 1689 at Ipswich, Hester Cogswell, widow of Samuel Bishop. Thomas and Lydia had eight children: Thomas, Moses, Lydia, Aaron, Eleazer, Abigail, Daniel and Mary.
“Mary Scudamore (ca. 1598-1681), Wife of Thomas French of Ipswich, Massachusetts: An Old Debate Newly Resolved by Warren Skidwmore, Occasional Papers, no. 25, www.skidmoregenealogy.com.
The Shapley Connection 5 (1992):91-99.
Mary Walton Ferris, Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines vol. 1 (1943) and vol. 2 (1931).
Ancestry of Charles Stinson Pillsbury & John Sargent Pillsbury by Mary Lovering Holman (2 vols., 1938).
Ancestors and Descendants of Robert Clements by P.W. Clement (1927).
“A Doleful Slaughter Near Black Point: The Battle of Moore’s Brook, Scarborough, Maine, June 29, 1677” by Sumner Hunnewell, Maine Genealogist Vol. 25 (2003):51-72, 99-120.