[ register ]   uname:    passw:  


all things Prentice/Prentiss/Prentis/Prentys/...

Support PrenticeNet

If you appreciate the information that PrenticeNet offers, there are a number of ways that you can show your support.

  • Become a member.  Basic membership with PrenticeNet is free. For a nominal fee, you can become a Supporting Member which gives you access to additional content, and helps us to pay the bills to keep the website running. See Membership Options below.
  • Volunteer to provide content.  Regardlesss of your membership type, all members can volunteer to author and maintain web pages on topics that interest you. Just let us know about ideas you've got and we'll see where it fits in to the website.
  • Donate items to the Prentice Museum.  If you've got Prentice-related items that you no longer want, we'd be glad to take them off your hands. Or if you've got items that you do want to keep, but would like to share them with others, we'd love to get photos (paper or digital) of them. Either way, your items will end up being featured in the Prentice Museum for all to see!
  • Research.  There is always the need for the gathering of more information. When you travel to new places, look for Prentices. Even in your home town, check the cemeteries and clerks office for Prentice information. Most of the items in the Prentice Museum are in dire need of research. If you see something that you'd like to learn more about, just let us know!
  • Purchase Prentice items or contribute.  Any purchases you make from the PrenticeNet Store help to keep the site running. We also gladly accept financial donations! (Sorry .. we're not officially a non-profit organization, but do guarantee that all purchases and contributions go directly back in to buying more items for the museum or keeping the website running.)

Membership Options

You can become a member of PrenticeNet by clicking the "register" link at the top of the page. Becoming a member lets you add comments to pages as well as access any members-only pages. Also, when a member adds a query or guest book entry, the entry is linked to their username rather than their email address. This means that when you change email addresses, people will still be able to contact you if you keep your PrenticeNet membership information up to date.

The following levels of membership are available:

  • Basic.  Basic membership is free, and is required for other levels of membership. To start the ball rolling, just register!
  • Supporting.  Supporting membership costs $15 for the first year and $10 for subsequent years. In addition to helping to keep the website running, Supporting members receive the following benefits:
    • Access to high-resolution images of Prentice Museum items.
    • Additional benefits to be determined.
  • Contributing.  Contributing membership costs $35 for the first year and $25 for subsequent years. In addition to helping to keep the website running, Contributing members receive the following benefits:
    • All benefits of a Supporting member.
    • A PrenticeNet URL for their own website (available soon).
    • A PrenticeNet email address (forwarding address).
    • Additional benefits to be determined.
  • Lifetime.  Lifetime membership costs $300. In addition to our sincere gratitude for your significant support, a Lifetime membership provides all the benefits available to a Contributing member .. for the rest of your life!

To purchase a PrenticeNet membership, you must first register as a Basic member. Once you have a Basic membership the additional membership levels will be available.

Donate to PrenticeNet

We gladly accept financial contributions of any size. We are not an official "non-profit" organization, but we do guarantee that all contributions will be used to support the PrenticeNet website or to purchase items for the Prentice Museum.

This page is maintained by PrenticeNet.

Prentice Queries

• My great-grandfather was Dann Nathan Travis Prentice, born in 1851/ 52 in Illinois (I think) . His father was born in New York and his mother in Kentucky but I don't know who they were. He was ma... (more)
» Pamela Prentice [2005-11-30]
• 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]
• I am looking for imformation about Leslie Clearence Prentice, born July 3rd 1920, died March 1st 1991 in Dallas Texas. I believe he was born in Chicago. Leslie married Elizabeth ailene smith and ... (more)
» Shannon Prentice [2012-10-21]
• I note a Georgina Lindsay on you site, I wondered whether she was related in any way to William Lindsay born very late 1920s or early 1930s, and adopted by a Coatbridge family but retaining his own... (more)
» Paul Auber [2003-05-22]

Recent Comments

• J. Young: It now appears to me that the son of Mary Prentice and John Clark above named David Ellis Clark who is shown as father of Massey Mercy Ann Clark is more likely her older brother instead . M M A Clark... (more)
» Visit page [2018-01-25]
• 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]

Featured Museum Items

museum item thumbnail
» Appleton Prentiss land sale, 1794 - Sale of land on Buttolph Street in Boston to Benjamin Bailey.
museum item thumbnail
» Sermon by Rev. Caleb Prentiss of Reading, Mass., 1799 - The installment of the Rev. Elias Hull to the pastoral office over the Church of Christ in Seabrook, NH
museum item thumbnail
» Sale of church pew in Princeton, MA - Signed by Henry and Elizabeth Prentiss - 1805
  Browse   Search  
Current visitors: 46

Based on your "USER AGENT" string, we have decided that you have an older browser, are a mobile device, or are a robot. Because of this you have been provided a limited functionality version of PrenticeNet. If this assumption is incorrect, please contact us and provide your user agent string.

USER_AGENT: CCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/)