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Perlie L. Prentice of Belmont, Allegany Co., NY

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Perlie L. Prentice of Belmont, Allegany Co., NY
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Fall 2011 and Revised

Is her Maiden Surname Perlie L. Elliott?,

We found the following family at Ancestry.com . If you have any information about the folks mentioned in this article, please send your information to us at the Prentice Newsletter. Be sure to give the full title and date of this article in the Subject line of the email.

1. Perlie L. Prentice was b. 1889 in Belmont, Allegany Co., NY, and d. 1966 in Angelica, Allegany Co., NY. 1920 and 1930 census in Angelica, Allegany Co., NY.

She m. Linus E. Graham. He was b. Dec 1883 in Belmont and d. 7 Oct 1960, perhaps in Belmont. His Ancestor Chart is at Ancestry.com . Children:

  1. (dau.) Graham.
  2. (son) Graham.
  3. (dau.) Graham.
  4. (son) Graham.
  5. John S Graham 1908 – 1962
  6. Douglas E Graham 1912 – 1987
  7. Leighton Graham 1924 – 2002
  8. Leta Graham 1928 – 2001

Who are Perlie L. Prentice's Parents?

The 1920 census in Angelica, Allegany Co., NY, shows, living with the family, Nellie A. Elliott, a widow, as a mother-in-law, presumably Perlie's mother, and b. c. 1855, NY.

That strongly suggests that Perlie was born Perlie Elliott and that is confirmed by the 1900 census in Wellsville, Allegany Co., NY, (lying about 10 miles south of Belmont) where she appears in the home of John Elliott (b. c. 1852, PA) and Nellie Elliott (b. c. 1854, NY).

It also suggests that Perlie Elliott had a prior marriage to a Mr. Prentice prior to her marriage to Linus E. Graham. If so, that Prentice may be Edward Prentice who is #1(ii) in our Winter 2004 article entitled Thomas Prentis of Wellsville, Allegany Co., NY . He was b. c. 1878, NY, and died sometime between 1880 and 1900.

Investigation is continuing.

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