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Prindle/Tuttle marriages in colonial Connecticut or Massachusetts

Prindle/Tuttle marriages in colonial Connecticut or Massachusetts

Posted: 1424665809000
Classification: Query
My wife's paternal ancestor William Pringle (spelled Prindle in his will) was born in Scotland in 1631, married in New Haven, CT in 1655, and died in New Haven in 1690. My paternal grandmother was a Tuttle; her ancestor John Tuttle was born in England in 1631, married in New Haven in 1653, and died in Charlestown, MA in 1683. Does anyone know of any marriages between members of these families during their common time frame?

Re: Prindle/Tuttle marriages in colonial Connecticut or Massachusetts

Posted: 1424727097000
Classification: Query
Hello, I checked my copy of The Prindle Genealogy written 1906 by Franklin C. Prindle. On page 83 a Harriet P. mar. 1846 as his 2nd wife George Tuttle. On page 181 a Semantha (Samantha) P. b. 1805 mar 1st a Roswell T. then a Lemuel Hawley. On page 161 a Julia P. b. 1801 mar 1820 Norman T. On page 137 a Mary T. b 1712 mar 1729 Miles Hull, son of John & Hannah (Prindle) Hull.
If you'd like more info, message me and perhaps there is more info listed for these persons.
Good luck with your search! Jane

Re: Prindle/Tuttle marriages in colonial Connecticut or Massachusetts

Posted: 1424900865000
Classification: Query
Hello, Jane. Thanks for the quick reply. I checked my grandmother's paternal lineage, and none of the marriages you cited involved anyone in her direct line. I probably should have been more specific in my original message; I am interested in marriages between her direct line and the line of William Prindle during their common time of 1655 to 1683 in New England. If you would like to see my grandmothers direct line, please send an email to me at: danmhill@columbus.rr.com. I can then attach that document in a reply to you. Dan

Re: Prindle/Tuttle marriages in colonial Connecticut or Massachusetts

Posted: 1424989141000
Classification: Query
Jane, I checked for more Tuttle info, as she wasn't in the direct line of my Tuttle ancestry. Found her, she was a grand-daughter of Simon Tuttle, who was a brother of the John Tuttle that is in my direct Tuttle lineage. So I can consider that as a Prindle/ Tuttle marriage in colonial Connecticut; just in a branch off the main trunk :-). Dan
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