Roger Pinckney IV

Male, Person Number2117, b. June 1735, d. 1776
Roger Pinckney
1735 - 1776
Relationships3rd cousin 4 times removed of George Pinckney
3rd cousin 1 time removed of Aaron Pinckney
3rd cousin of Robert Pinckney
7th great-grandson of Thomas Pynkeney
19th great-grandson of Guermond Picquigni
Great-grandson of Roger Pinckney I
1st cousin 4 times removed of Philip Pinckney
FatherRoger Pinckney III b. 1696, d. 22 Sep 1774
MotherAnna Maria Loake b. 1713, d. Feb 1787
ChartsRoger Pinckney
Thomas Pynkeney

Birth, Marriages and Death

Birth*Jun 1735Roger Pinckney IV was born in Jun 1735. 
He was the son of Roger Pinckney III and Anna Maria Loake
Baptism23 Jun 1735Roger Pinckney IV was baptized on 23 Jun 1735 at St Clement Danes Church, Westminster, England,
Marriage*10 Jun 1756He married Susanna Parsons on 10 Jun 1756; while still a minor by licence. 
Marriage*26 Mar 1769Roger Pinckney IV married Frances Susannah Quash on 26 Mar 1769. 
Death*1776Roger Pinckney IV died in 1776. 
Burial*2 Mar 1776He was buried on 2 Mar 1776. 

Other Information

Immigration*27 Jun 1764Roger Pinckney IV immigrated on 27 Jun 1764 to Charlestown, United States of America
Event-Misc3 Jul 1764He was Letter available in the probate court records of South Carolina. Signed by Lieutenant Governor William Bull, appointing Roger as Provost Marshal "... I THEREFORE reposing especial Trust and Confidence in the fidelity Care and Ability of you the said Roger Pinckney have Commissioned Constituted and Appointed, and by these presents do Commission, Constitute and Appoint You the said Roger Pinckney to be Provost Marshal of the Province of South Carolina..." on 3 Jul 1764. 
Event-Misc*1 Oct 1764He was From South Carolina Gazette, "[June] 27th arrived from London, Roger Pinckney Esq. to take upon him the Provost Marshal's office." on 1 Oct 1764. 
Occupation*circa 1765He was Deputy Provost Marshall. The Provost Marshall position was held by Roger's friend Richard Cumberland but he had no intention of going to South Carolina. He persuaded Roger to act as his Deputy and to take over from Daniel Doyley who had been appointed by Cumberland and who by this time Cumberland had had problems with and he felt Doyley owed him money. circa 1765 at United States of America,
Event-Misc1766He was Upon the arrival of Lord Charles Greville Montagu to Charlesown a parade was held down Broad Street to the Council chamber in the new State House "... The officers of the crown and the gentlemen of distinction were preceded by the deputy provost marshal, Roger Pinckney, who, with the sword of state held high before him, led them through two lines of the Regiment of Foot, which were now extended down to Granville's Bastion." in 1766. 

Child of Roger Pinckney IV and Frances Susannah Quash

Child 1.Roger Pinckney V b. 7 Feb 1770, d. 1851
Last Edited28 Feb 2009