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  • 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!
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Prentice Queries


• JOHN PRENTISS appears in the 1900 census in Grass Valley, Nevada Co. , CA in an Orphan Asylum. He was born Sep 1894, CA, likely in the Nevada County area. Shown with him are the following child... (more)
» Joe Dewald [1998-11-27]
• I am looking for Caroline Prentice of North Carolina, who married William P. Gilmore. Her son John Gilmore lived in Geneva, Alabama.
» Lynn Flomer [1999-07-15]
• Henry and Nathan (or Nathaniel) Prentice, said to be twins, were born c. 1787 in the Preston-Plainfield area of CT. They, and their widowed mother, moved to Burlington Flats, Otsego Co. , N... (more)
» Joe Dewald [1997-05-13]
• The Prentice family I am looking for is ALVIN S. PRENTICE 1813-1870 (NY?) He married Minerva LAUGHTON and had:ESTHER MARY 1848, SARAH JANE 1853 and MILTON EMERY 1856 (who was born Canastota, NY ... (more)
» Cherie [1998-03-21]

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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» Prentice Troupe of Comedy Acrobats - Photo of routine.
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» George Prentice signed note - 1945 -
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» Reed-Prentice Co. Machinery Ad - Railway Mechanical Engineer magazine, January 1920
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