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The first Prindle in USA

The first Prindle in USA

John William Prindle (View posts)
Posted: 949227978000
I am gathering information of William Prindle who settled in New Haven Conn. and lived on Issac Allerton's (one of the Mayflower passengers) farm. It is reported that he change his name from Pringle to Prindle upon reaching the New world from Scotland. Please send me any relevant information.
Thank you
John

William Prindle

Horace A. Prindle (View posts)
Posted: 952491838000
Have you a copy of The Prindle Geneology written by Franklin Prindle in 1906? It ocuments the descendents of William Prindle and some of his background. It is available on micrfiche from the Church of the LDS.

William Prindle/Pringle

Posted: 957135607000
Edited: 1020017536000
John,
Please read the the posting in
America's first Families.. http://www.linkline.com/personal/xymox/
under Ancestor Roll of Honor and then to William Prindle/Pringle.
This was written by my mother Estelle Pringle ( she was a pioneer of her time and never gave up her maiden name ).
This might answer a few of your questions with the reference data on the posting.
If you have any more questions please email me and I will gladly send you her email address, she has a vast amount of material on Prindle/Pringle.
We have even been guests at Torwoodlee, the Pringle Scotish estate.
Happy hunting.
Candee Pascarella

William Prindle/Pringle

Posted: 957353218000
Edited: 1043607911000
I have William Prindle/Pringle from Scotland in my family line. I would like to get in touch with you regarding the information you have. I have some holes I'd like to fill in if you can help me. Thanks so much!

Prindle/Pringles

Posted: 957379316000
Edited: 1020017536000
Carrie,
email me at vmp@swns.net
I'll see if I can help.
Candee

Prindle Book

Posted: 958122127000
Edited: 994622636000
The Prindle Book by F.C. Prindle can also be obtained from Higginson Books. It is a great reference book to have on hand.

Prindle Book

Posted: 960018890000
Edited: 1004579464000
Did not know book was still available! Mother 'visited ' the White House w/author around 1911 (butler came down steps w/silver tray to receive his card) Address of H. books, please. MHH

Prindle Book Addr.

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Edited: 994622636000
The Higginson Book co. can probably be reached by


The Higginson Book Company;
email; higginsn@cove.com
or 148 Washington St. Post Office Box 778
Salem, Mass. 01970
Ph. 508-745-7170
Hope this helps.
Please tell me the white House Story. Reguards,Leah





Prindle book:Visit to White House

Posted: 960279832000
Edited: 1004579464000
Thanks for the source address.
The story: My mother, Lucy Prindle graduated from college in 1911 or, perhaps, January 1912. Six months of travel as a graduation present took her to Washington D.C. to visit a didtant cousin (?) Rear Admiral Franklin Prindle. One afternoon he invited her to join him while he paid his respects at the White House. Her mind saw this as an opportunity to meet the President.
Imagine her surprise when they drove through the gate, up the drive and under the portico. A butler descended the steps, held out a silver tray and "Cousin Franklin" placed his calling card on the tray and drove away! We have chuckled over his obvious sense of humor. Miriam

White House Visit!

Posted: 960282403000
Edited: 994622636000
Mariam,
Please tell me that later they were invited back! Was Franklin an assoc. to the White House people,staff, pres.? Was he just being silly? There has to be more to this wonderful man, and your Prindle line! Iam so enthralled with the Prindle people, since many of mine are gone and Iam really digging for information. how is Lucy connected to your Prindle lines? Where does the Prindle connection tie into your people? I love your story! I will look forward to hearing from you again,reguards, Leah
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