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Prentice Queries


• I would like to find out any information on a slave named Judith owned by William Prentis in williamsburg. This is for a school project. Thank you. Kushan
» kushan [2002-11-24]
• Hi, I am Researching PRENTICE'S from Bedfordshire, England. Most, if not all are related and are from Cople, Oakley, Sharnbrook, Moggerhanger, Blunham, Clapham, Stevington, Cardington and other places. Descendants of these families came to New Zealand and Australia. I now maintain a very large Tree of this PRENTICE family, and are interested in makeing contact with other researchers who are descendants of this family. My email address is :- towersey_rsearch@ihug. co. nz Cheers Ron Stretton
» Ron Stretton [2012-05-04]
• Looking for any information on Batte and Alexander Prentiss. Their father was Squire Prentiss. I have all of Alexander's decendants but none for Batte. Also, who is Squire Prentiss and who is the... (more)
» Sandie [2000-07-01]
• Prentiss, Benjamin Mayberry Major General Benjamin Mayberry Prentiss was sometimes called the "Hero of the Hornet's Nest" in commemoration of the splendid manner in which he bravely and de... (more)
» Bill Williams II [1997-11-06]

Recent Comments


• Edward Clayton: I believe John Aldrich Prentice (son of Calvin and Anne Elizabeth (Aldrich) Prentic and Ellen Marie (Taft) Prentice (daughter of Willis Bates Taft and Emily Ann (Rose) Taft) had two natural children ... (more)
» Visit page [2018-10-23]
• Joseph Prentiss: William M. Prentiss is LCDR William McKinley Prentiss, his son was Jr. And they had a 3rd daughter Mary.
» Visit page [2018-10-15]
• Glenn McDonnell: The link to the "Thomas Prentice of Oundle" page para 2 line 1 appears broken.
» Visit page [2018-07-29]
• Glenn McDonnell: Re: Thomas Prentice born 1787 son of Thomas Prentice and Dorothy Bland. I believe he is cited in a Poor Law Removal and Settlement Record of 14 Mar 1832 Shoreditch, Middlesex, England as follows: &qu... (more)
» Visit page [2018-07-29]
• Ronald Prentice: Ronald Harry Prentice, son of Harry Walker Prentice and Marion (Derby) Prentice, was born on July 21, 1943. He married Barbara Ann Johnson on June 12, 1965. They still live in Eugene, Oregon in 2018.... (more)
» Visit page [2018-07-10]

Featured Museum Items


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» Wood, Willard & Prentice invoice, 1867 - Invoice. Sold to Robert A. Drake.
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» Prentiss Vise Co. statement, 1883 - Statement for N.H. ?? of Bangor, ME
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» J.I. Prentiss & Co. invoice, 1893 - Invoice for 2 boxes of lemons. Sold to H.D. Foster.
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