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Prentice Queries


• I am trying to connect Mary Kilcup of Boston who married Edward Prentice son of Edward and Abigail. Does anyone have information this MARY KILCUP. Also what was Edward Prentice occupation? They had... (more)
» elizabeth ann kilcup [1999-07-17]
• Hi cousins and other relatives. My Grandfather was Harland Avon Prentice and he was a merchant mariner in WW1. I don't know his brothers names but my grandmothers name was Mary. They lived in Iowa... (more)
» Mark Prentice [1998-08-11]
• Inquiring for my mother. Her grandfather was Joseph Prentice, a pharmicist in Ohio. We think his father, Jacob Prentice worked in a shoe repair shop also in Ohio. Jacob came to Ohio from Calgary... (more)
» Todd Young [1998-04-01]
• I am Johan Willem Van den Bosch, born 18 January1931 is the son of Squire Johan Willem van den Bosch and mrs. Soepinah in Semampir , Kediri, I want know the relationship between my mother mrs. Soepinah and wife of Opa Adam Prentice. The reason is that in the beginning my father did not want to recoqnise me as his son, and my mother has told it to Oma Prentice that she was pregnant from my father. The first years of my life up to 3 years I had been lived together with my mother and Opa and Oma Prentice, but at last I got born of certificate of mine that I was indeed recoqnize by my father as his natural son and about 1934 I was taken away from my mother by a brother of my father and put me at the family De Vos in Mritjan Kediri. Please hopefully you can find out more detail information about my above story. Thank you. J. W. van den Bosch
» Johan Willem van den Bosch [2013-06-20]

Recent Comments


• 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]
• Ronald Prentice: Robert G. Prentice, husband of Dolores Kimball of Shaftsbury, VT., brother of Ronald H. Prentice of Eugene, OR, died peacefully on June 4, 2018 at SouthWestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington, V... (more)
» Visit page [2018-07-10]
• Kathryn Ogrodnik: I am Sheldon Prentice's daughter. Charlotte, Sheldon & Evelyn should only be listed under Charles. They are Albert's grandchildren not children that is why there is no record of them in the earli... (more)
» Visit page [2018-05-08]

Featured Museum Items


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» ROSE & PRENTISS Pork Packers - 1873 invoice for lard, $9.40. Sold to Mr. Jones.
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» Suffolk Bungay Halfpenny Condor Token - Samuel Prentice, 1795
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» 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
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