Some notable PinckneysEvery Pinckney is notable in there own right so this is not intended as a slight on anyone not listed. This is just some quick links to some Pinkneys that you may find of interest to read about.
- Miles Pinckney (1599 - 1674) A Catholic Priest also known as Thomas Carre, he was an acquaintence of the infamous Cardinal Richeleau
- Henry Pinckney (1614 - 1678) Henry founded the Bank of the Three Squirrels in Fleet Street and is mentioned several times in the diaries of Samuel Pepys
- Mary Pinckney (1843 - 1921) Mary was a philanthropist and was very much part of everything going on in and around Exmouth
- George Pinckney (1863 - 1948) George emigrated from England to New Zealand in 1885 and is the ancestor for the majority of the Pinckneys there.
- Violet Millicent Pinckney (1871 - 1955) Violet played tennis at Wimbledon and for Great Britain in the 1908 Olympics
- George Webb Waterton Pinckney (1873 - 1853) George invented a device fitted to battleships during the first world war and helped to save many lives
- David John Colin Pinckney DFC (1918 - 1942) Colin (Pinckers) was a Battle of Britain fighter pilot