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The Prentice Museum, is an ever-increasing collection of Prentice/ss/s-related items. Each item is categorized by type and company (or brand), and may exist in multiple groups. Most of these items have been purchased by PrenticeNet, some have been donated, and some may be owned by others and "on loan" to the museum.

"Supporting" PrenticeNet members have access to high-resolution images in the Prentice Museum. For an example of a high-resolution image, see this 1754 Inquisition signed by John Prentice (just click the image).

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Prentice Queries


• I am looking for information on forbears and relatives of my paternal grandparents Frederick Prentice and Eliza Prentice of 49 King Street, Tring, Herts UK. My father was Arthur Prentice b. 1908, Uncle John Prentice went to Vancouver - I seem to remember Royal Oak Avenue, Uncle Bert Prentice was a policeman then a curator at the Natural History museum in Tring, another uncle was a chauffeur for Lord Rothschild (scraps from their kitchen stopped the family from starving I recall) , Auntie Kate Prentice moved to Watford and married Harry . . . . . . . ? who worked as a bacon curer for ?Kinghams? Uncle George Prentice stayed in Tring and drove Green Line buses to London. Harry Prentice I was told enlisted underage in WWI - he is named on Tring's ROLL OF HONOUR - Harry Prentice - Private, 2nd Oxfordshire and Bucks Light Infantry, of Tring. Enlisted at Aylesbury. Killed in action on 19 July 1916. Age 18. Son of Frederick and Eliza of 49 King Street. Buried in Laventie Military Cemetery. - http:/ / www. roll-of-honour. com/ Hertfordshire/ Tring. html
» Roger Prentice [2017-06-23]
• The information I have is sketchy, but maybe someone could help. My name is Allison Prentice Gardner, my mother is Alice Steel Bole nee Prentice, she has three sisters Isabel MacAtammany, Helen ... (more)
» Allison Prentice Gardner [2000-02-05]
• Re posting of Jan 05. I really wanted to just add another note as I have changed my email and do not want to miss any potential relatives!! I have come a bit further in research since that posting a... (more)
» Amanda Prentice [2006-07-11]
• I am researching a William PRENTICE b. 1770 a convict who was deported to Australia in 1790 aboard "Scarborough2". He was tried at Chelmsford. Any information would be greatly appreciate... (more)
» Jeanette Woolley [1998-04-18]

Recent Comments


• Scott Bergeson: There is a town called Prentice, Wisconsin, founded by Alexander Prentice. Some information about the town is here: http://vil.prentice.wi.gov/historywalk/ , and the second or third red dot on the ma... (more)
» Visit page [2017-11-19]
• Maryfrance Mccauley: I'm looking for a phantom James Prentice form Ireland that came to Canada in 1855 (ish) he had three children Maryanne Dougal and Daniel with the Widow Jane Moore (muir) I want to find his Irish root... (more)
» Visit page [2017-11-15]
• Maryfrance Mccauley: Are there any List on any Prentice Irish Families
» Visit page [2017-11-15]
• Jennifer Hanson: Gilbert Prentis is mentioned several times in a list of deed abstracts from Delaware Co. between 1804-1808. The list can be found at the attached link.
» Visit page [2017-10-24]
• Maggi Macaulay: My Great Great Great Grandfather was this George Prentice, and John was my Great Great Grandfather. I have photos of John and his wife Margaret Wilson
» Visit page [2017-09-30]

Featured Museum Items


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» J.I. Prentiss & Co. invoice, 1888 - Invoice for cases of Pickles and Catsup. Sold to Terrell Bros.
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» Sermon by Rev. Thomas Prentiss of Medfield, Mass, 1802 - Religion and morality united in the duty of man.
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» Prentice's Petroleum Remedies - trade card - 1880 trade card advertising petroleum syrup and petroleum compounds as remedies for an array of ailments.
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