The Frizzells are a very old Maryland family, originally found in Anne Arundel County in the 1600's when the the first Puritan settlers came up from Virginia to the area around Annapolis.William Frizzel arrived in 1649.Donna Valley Russell's book, "First Families of Anne Arundel County, Maryland 1649-1658, Volume I the Landowners" details him. I am doing a webpage study on William Pennington, also one of the settlers, at my American Crossroads site at Rootsweb:http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~amxroads/wmaa/index.htmlhttp://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~amxroads/wmaa/index.html
More specifically, on the Frizzels who went to Kirkwood township -- I believe they came from the Delaware Upper Hundred in that part of Baltimore County that became Carroll County.There is an area called Frizzelburg there.My Pennington family lived in Kirkwood twp too, and came from the Delaware Upper Hundred after the War of 1812 in which my ancestor John Pennington served along with a putative brother Jesse Pennington.They both lived in Kirkwood and along with a Richard, Allen and William Pennington whom I believe are also siblings. There are two John Penningtons listed on the 1820 census, and it seems likely that one is the father of the rest, who are younger.
Sewellsville M. E. Church Cemetery
Pennington, C. M. 1854/1851(?) ae 20Catherine 1851 ae 23
Frizzell, Nimrod (Civil War) 1825-1910Catherine 1828-1901
Frizzel, Robert1883 ae 90wife Amelia 1882 ae 88
Frizzell, Nathaniel1865 ae 66wife Leash (?)1869 ae 67child of J & P1878ae ?Amelia872?
son Abner1887 ae 27
Frizzell, William ?
wife of William
Hannah1836 ae 83
wife Mary1842ae 64
2 ch of Chas & Rebecca
Many other families in the Sewellsville locale (also some in Guernsey county) including the Marshes, Millers, Davises, Sikes(Sykes), Sewell, had interconnection among one another, seemingly from Maryland as well.My John Pennington married Sally Davis, Jesse Pennington married Elizabeth Sears, Richard married Sarah Marsh.A Joshua may have also been another brother, although there was a Joshua in the Quaker/Warren twp family also.
"Belmont County Before 1830"
Abstract of will of Evan Davis, Will Book A., page 70.signed 29 Nov 1812.Sons Mark, John, Jonathan, Evan, George
daus. Judith, Mary Right (sic), Nelly Patton, Sally Davis
wit:Avery West, Nathaniel Caprell
executors:George and Sally
Also From the book, "Marriages from Belmont County Before 1830"
Zachary Marsh to Rachel Miller3 Jul 1817 (A Zachariah was also in Balto Co. 1812 militia)
Edward Marsh to Sarah Miller 22 Aug 1820
John Davis to Nancy Brown 19 Apr 1820
Other Belmont marriage records:
Richard to Sarah March 3 or 8June 1819
OTHER PENNINGTON BELMONT COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORDS:
John Pennington to Sally Biggs25 Sept 1817
John Pennington to Elizabeth Thompson 7 Dec 1821
Edith Pennington to Absalom Anderson 4 Aug 1813
Jemimiah Pennington to Thomas Tinch (bond shows both of Warren twp) 14 Jan 1821
Jesse m. Hannah Watson21 Dec 1819
Richard to Sarah March 3 or 8June 1819
IGI (From the LDS church) Marriage records
Amos m. Elizabeth1787(this was not in Belmont County, but was recorded in the Quaker meeting records when he relocated from PA)
Elizabeth m. Jacob Haynes 17 Feb 1828
Elizabeth m. Rezin Lewis16 Oct 1828 (dau of Richland Jesse)
Elizabeth m. Benjamin F. Page 6 Sep 1853
James m. Charity Williams 2 or 4 Sep 1828 (CMM note I believe the first date is for the license, the second the date of the marr.)
Jemimah m. Thomas Finch 15 Jan 1821 (dau of Amos?)
Jesse m. Elizabeth Sears 1826
John m. Sally Davis 13 Nov 1817
John m Rebecca Shoemaker 14 Jul 1859
John m. Elizabeth Thompson 7 Dec 1821 (son of Amos)
Joshua m. Mary Higgins 11 Nov 1824
Joshua m. Margaret Shepherd 27 Mar 1834
Josiah m. Deborah Talbot 2 Jul 1813 (not in Belmont Co., this record is from Stillwater MM)
Juliann m. John Phillips 25 Oct 1831 (dau of Richland twp Jesse Pennington)
Lizziem. John Culler 6 Jan 1876
Mary m. William Nalley13 Dec 1832 (dau of Amos)
Mary E. m. Jonos H. Rittenhouse16 Sep 1875
Mary Jane m. George Robinson12 Jul 1868
Miller m. Jane Wilson 25 Oct 1841
Rachel m. James Young 4 or 9 Oct 1824
Rachel m. Bushrod W. Hoge 7 Dec 1831
Rachel m. Andrew Wilkin 29 Apr 1841
Rebecca m. Evan Greenlief 13 Dec 1842
Sarah m. Hiram Kinsey 6 Sep 1836
Sarah E. m. Oliver J. Swaney 10 Apr 1877
Abstract of Belmont County Chancery Book 2, p. 355 Petition for sale of real estate."Thomas Miller, admr of George Miller deceased; suit filed June term 1830 vs. heirs of said Miller.Petition to sell land in Kirkwood twp SE1/4 f S.34, T.7, R.6, 134 ac by patent to said decedent.Heirs are petitioner, Rebecca intermarried with Wm. Frizzle, Micha, intermarried with Daniel Shipley, Rachel intermarried with Zachariah Marsh, Elizabeth intermarried with Henry Gregory and Sarah intermarried with Edward Marsh, all of whom reside in the said co of Belmont.
p.531 same estate, petitions for authorization to make deed to Susannah Sikes, March term 1832.George Miller covenanted to deed property to Susannah Sikes but died before deed was made.Susannah was to pay $14 before 1828, but she is dead too and Phillip Sikes of Guernsey Co saith that the whole amount of the purchase money was paid . . . he also paid George Miller 1 barrel of whiskey for a certain lot adjoining the other 3 acres.Heirs are same except Edward Marsh and Sarah live in Guernsey Co."
There were three Pennington entities in Belmont County, mine from Baltimore County, as detailed here.Quaker descendants of Amos Pennington, son of Daniel Pennington of Pennsylvania and Maryland, who lived in Richland and Warren twps in Belmont County, and a third family of a Jesse, Miller and Hiram who lived Richland twp, and who came from Lancaster County, PA.The Barnes family that established Barnesville was also from Maryland.
I believe a Loveless (Lovelace) Pennington enumerated with John Harbin's (possibly Harden/Hardin) family on the 1850 Washington twp, Harrison County census is likely my ancestor Marion Lovelace Pennington, son of John, and was miswritten as a female. There are Selby children enumerated here, and John Pennington married (2)in Johnson County, IA to Elizabeth Selby.Harden is also a Carroll County surname, and Selby is another Maryland Puritan surname.I have more details on the families of Jesse and John, and other webpages which outline the Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania Penningtons.
I hope this is helpful to you.I'm interested in hearing from you and with any other searchers on these families, particularly those with whom I've lost contact due to moves and loss of computer files.