This we know with some certainty about "our" Peter Withington:
We think our Peter owned a tannery in Greenwood at one time: «u»http://files.usgwarchives.net/pa/mifflin/history/local/mifflin-12.txt«/u»
And we think he was the "new" resident of West Buffalo Township (Northumberland Co) in 1803, mentioned here: «u»http://www.archive.org/stream/annalsofbuffalov00linn/annalsofbuffalov00linn_djvu.txt«/u».
These Peter Withingtons appear in census data and fit the age, and we «i»believe«/i» that they are "our" Peter:
In the census data, there appears another Peter Withington, about 10 years older than ours. We think that he is our Peter's uncle, the son of Capt. Peter.
We have made use of several family websites that do not document sources. However, in our reading of historical documents, their family histories pertaining to our Withingtons seem plausible. So, probably, the pedigree goes like this:
John and Julia > our Peter Withington > Martin Withington > Capt. Peter Withington > Peter Withington > Peter Withington > David Withington > Charles Withington
See: «u»http://home.earthlink.net/~engtudor/pawg05.htm#118C http://home.earthlink.net/~engtudor/pawg05.htm«/u»
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