Thank you for your suggestions.I think the Heritage book may be in error.I have a copy of the marriage certificate for Christopher and Catherine (1871 - Cabarrus) and many have interpreted the writing to be Renner, ("Catherine Honeycutt, daughter of John and Rachel. . .") but I took the copy to the Family History Library in Salt Lake,the person I spoke with believes it actually says "Penner".It is a lower-case letter that leads to the confusion, but it matches perfectly the "P" in "Christopher." plus it looks nothing like the "R" in "Rachel".I have found no Penners in the counties, but I have found lots of Peningers.Do you think she could actually be Catherine Peninger, who married Jacob Levi Honeycutt in 1858?They are listed in 1860 census - Cabarrus, Subdivision east of NC RR.(Jacob died in 1862 in the war.)Christopher and his first wife Joicy are listed in the same area in the census, living with a Matthew Honeycutt family.I found a marriage bond for John Peninger and Rachel Groner in Cabarrus, 1827, who I believe could have been Catherine Peninger's parents.They do not show up in any later census, but Catherine is living with a Shank family in Rowan county in 1850. (John and Rachel died??) This Shank family is living 3 houses from Christopher and 2 houses from C. Honeycutt in 1870 census.Do you think I might be on the right track????Thanks for any advice from anybody!!