Yes in fact Henry J. Peck did. I found nothing of Penningston. This is what I found out about Peck:
Citizens of Warren County, Mississippi., certify that the following negroes belonging to H.J. PECK: PHILIP, JACK, DUBLIN, BELFAST, ISAAC, LEWIS, CHARLES, DIVERS, PHILLIS, RACHEL, SALLY, LIZZA, PENER, CHERRY, RHODES, and MARY, so long as they remained in the State were of good character and they were not removed for any crime ... 9 January 1830 - Warren County, Mississippi. /s/ J.B. STEVEN, FRANCIS PATTERSON, WM. GILLESPIE
27 March 1829 - HENRY J. PECK and LAMINDA M ' PECK of the
County of Warren, Mississippi, and DITTO L.NUTTALL, sell negro known as QUACK on Sicily Island, of the estate of WM ' M. SMITH, deceased, for value received in the name of a negro called JACK, formerly owned by ZECHARIAH KIRKLAND, deceased, of Sicily Island, Catahoula Parish, La.