The record of his residence, with the names of some of his children, is lost. He probably lived in Caroline County, Va., because he is mentioned in the only record of that county not burned during the Civil War, as witness in a suit in 1768, and as having travelled 30 miles to attend Court. His wife is supposed to have been named Martha -, because of a deed of sale to his step father, Edward Watkyns, in Culpeper County, Va., signed by Philip Pendleton and his wife, Martha. He is said to have had fifteen children, five of whom were daughters, all married, according to the records of Judge Pendleton's bible. Of these five daughters:
Mary Pendleton. Married Col. Edward Waller, second clerk of Spottsylvania.
Jemima Pendleton. Married Richard Gaines, her first cousin.
Martha Pendleton. Married Massey Thomas, of Culpeper County, Va.
Henry Pendleton. This is proved by the deed in Orange County, Va., of land left to him, to go after his decease to his sister, Mary Waller, recorded in 1742. A great-granddaughter of Philip mentions sons of his were
Some of them probably moved West, as did his daughter, Martha. His youngest son, Micajah, lived and died in Amherst County, Va. Philip Pendleton d. 1788. We have records of only four children.