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Thomas Prentice of the "Montague", India

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Thomas Prentice of the "Montague", India
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Spring 2008 and Revised 13 Mar 2008

1. Thomas Prentice was likely b. 1690-1717 at an unknown location. He was a sailer aboard the ship, "Montague".

He died and was bur. 27 Jul 1734 in Calcutta, India.

Calcutta is in the Presidency known as Bengal. British India was divided into three Presidencies:

  1. Bombay, which covered the west and north of the country, including what is now Pakistan;
  2. Bengal, which covered the east of the country and included Burma and what is now Bangladesh, and
  3. Madras, which covered the southern portion of India.

The main cities of the Presidencies were Bombay, Calcutta and Madras, respectively.

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