Penington, John

Penington, John eldest son of Isaac Penington, was born in Bucks County, England, in 1655. He died at Goodnestone Court, Kent; in 1710. He deserves consideration here as the defender of his father's theological views, in whose behalf he published two tracts, Complaint (1681 ): Exceptions against W. Rogers's Strictures on Isaac Penington's Writings (1695 ): — Certificates on Behalf of S. Jennings (1695), and five tracts (1695-97) in defense of the Quakers, in answer to the publications of George Keith (q.v.).

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