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The Prindle genealogy. embracing the descendants of William Pringle the first settler, in part for six, seven and eight generations, and also the ancestors and descendants of Zalmon Prindle for ten generations, covering a period of two hundred and fifty-two years, 1654-1906 online

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Rupert, Vt., unm.

He was a soldier of the Civil war, having enlisted
Sept. 7, 1861, in the 7th N. Y. Cavalry, which was
disbanded in May, 1862; re-enlisted Aug. 4, 1862, in the
123d N. Y. Vols.; discharged June 8, 1865; participated
in the battles of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, and
was with Gen. Sherman in his famous " march to the
sea.
11. Byron Wood^ b. Sandgate, Vt., March 31, 1844; rem.
to Garden City, Blue Earth Co., Minn., and is said to
have died in the West abt. 1897.
ill. Merritt Wood^ b. Eagle, Mich., Feb. 15, 1852; came East,
and was last heard from in Arnold Co., Maryland, abt.
1888.

29. ABEL PRINDLE.

Abel'' Prindle (Abram'^, Zalmon^, . . . William}), son of
Abram and Betsey Ann (Kimberly) Prindle, was born in Sand-
gate, Vt., May 18, 1817; married in 1845, Hannah Snow, daughter
of Daniel and Lucinda Snow, of Sandgate; died in Wallingford,
Vt., February 7, 1895. She was born in Sandgate, in 1810, and
died in Wallingford, December 27, 1883, without issue, "aged 73
yrs. and 8 mos."

SO. JOHN STEELE PRINDLE.

John Steele'^ Prindle (Abram^, Zalmon^, . . . William'^),
son of Abram and Betsey Ann (Kimberly) Prindle, was born in
Sandgate, Vt., July 15, 1825; married September 3, 1855, Jane
H. Thompson, daughter of David and Margaret (Lytle) Thomp-
son, of Salem, N. Y., who was born there September 3, 1837,
and died Walla Walla, Wash., August 19, 1904; removed to Minne-
sota in 1868, to Salt Lake City in 1890, and to Walla Walla in
1894; farmer; res. Dudley, Idaho.
Children:
i. John Abram^, b. Oct. 21, 1856; d. Sept. 23, 1858.



Descendants of Zalmon^ . . . Ebenezer-. 187

58. ii. Frank James«, b. Sept. 16, 1858; m. Bessie S. Stinchfield;

d. Nov. 6, 1901.

iii. Charles Getty^ b. Aug. 18, I860; d. Aug. , 1874.

iv. Edward% b. Jan. 22, 1862; d. March 28, 1890; unm.

59. V. Anna Mary^ b. June 21, 1865; m. Oscar Slade.

60. vi. Margaret^ b. Jan. 14, 1867; m. Judson A. Thompson,
ei.vii. Mattie BEST^ b. Sept. 11, 1870; m. Philip S. Quinn.

viii. Jennie May^ b. Aug. 5, 1873; d. Nov. 29, 1886 (drowned),
ix. Jessie^ b. April 16, 1877; d. April 2, 1879.
X. , infant, b. and d. March 23, 1880.

31. MARY PRINDLE.

Mary^ Prindle {Cyrus^, Zalmon\ . . . William'), daugliter
of Cyrus and Amy (Skidmore) Prindle, was born in Sandgate, Vt.,
January 26, 1828; married November 18, 1847, Nathan Hurd,
son of Truman and Amy (Frost) Hurd, of Sandgate; died Sand-
gate, November 13, 1850, and was buried in West Sandgate. Fol-
lowing the inscription on her grave stone is the verse:

" Ive gone the way that you must go
Ive paid the debt that you still owe
Ive trved the world thats still untried
By you that lived and never died."

Children :

i. Mary Frances Hurd^ b. Sejat. 14, 1849; m. July 4, 1871,
Niles G. Thurber, by whom she had one chikl, Mary
Eliza Thurber'', who was b. July 6, 1872, and d. Nov.
6, 1872; d. Nov. 28, 1872, this branch of the family
thus becoming extinct.

32. HENRY BALLOU PRINDLE.

Henry Ballou' Prindle {Cyriis^', Zalmon^, . . . JVilliam^) ,
son of Cyrus and Amy (Skidmore) Prindle, was born in Sand-
gate, Vt., May 22, 1835; married Mary Frances Jones, of Lansing-
burg, N. Y., where she was born October 12, 1837. He served as
a soldier in the Civil war, having enlisted at Albany, N. Y., Sep-
tember 9, 1861, for three years; was mustered in as private, Co. C,



188 Prindle Genealogy.

44th Regt.j N. Y. Vols.^ October 5, 1861; discharged for disability
in the line of duty at Hall's Hill, Va., February 20, 1862. No
issue.

33. MARIA PRINDLE.

Maria^ Prindle {Cyrils'^, Zalmon^, . . . William^) , daughter
of Cyrus and Amy (Skidmore) Prindle, was born in Sandgate,
Vt., April 18, 1839; married November 11, 1857, Clark Snow,
son of George and Lydia (Bently) Snow of Sandgate, who was
born in Arlington, Vt., April 1, 1838; farmer; res. Sandgate.

Children:
i. James Cyrus Snow^ b. Aug. 28, 1858; d. Aug. 2, 1861.
ii. Mary Louise Snow^ b. Nov. 1, 1859; d. April 6, 1862.
iii. James Cyrus Snow^ b. Sept. l6, 1862; d. July 24, 1864.

62. iv. Huldah Louise Snow-, b. Nov. 14, 1864; m. John Sher-

man.
V. Lydia Maria Snow^, b. Jan. 4, 1867; res. Sandgate, Vt.
vi. Jesse Cyrus Snow^, b. Oct. 16, 1869.
vii. George W. Snow^ b. Jan. l6, 1872.

34. WESTON PRINDLE.

Weston^ Prindle (Ct/rus^, Zalviorv', . . . William^), son of
Cyrus and Amy (Skidmore) Prindle, was born in Sandgate, Vt.,
April 7, 1842; married December 31, 1868, Virginia Bonneville,
daughter of Joseph and Margaret (Bizallon) Bonneville, of Rujjert,
Vt., where she was born June 6, 1845; farmer; res. West Rupert,
Vt.

Children:

i. Henry Cyrus^, b. Granville, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1870.

63. ii. Amy Margaret^, b. July 15, 1873; m. Arthur Mercier.
iii. George Ulrich^, b. Tinmouth, Vt., June 11, 1875.

iv. Alrert Sherman^, b. Rujjert, Vt., Jan. 21, 1878; served
as a soldier of the Spanish-American war, having en-
listed at Salem, N. Y., in the 1st Regt. New York Vols.,
for two years or during the war, and was discharged
Oct. 28, 1898, by muster out of the organization.

V. Elizabeth Fran.ces®, b. Rupert, Vt., Aug. 2, 1884.

vi. OviDE Albini^ b. Rupert, Vt., Sept. 18, 1888.



Descendants of Zalmon% . . . Ebenezer". 189

35. ANNA PRINDLE.

Anna^ Prindle (Cyrus'', Zalmon% . . . William'), daughter
of Cyrus and Amy (Skidmore) Prindle, was born in Sandgate, Vt.,
March 19, 1845; married July 13, 1870, James Roland Scott,
son of Edwin M. and Helen M. (Everts) Scott, of Auburn, N. Y.,
where he was born April 8, 1848; res. Auburn, N. Y.
Childre)i:
i. Maude Scott", b. Nov. 30, 1874; d. March 27, 1876.
ii. Frank Wernekin Scott^ b. Feb. 6, 1877.
iii. Frederick Harold Scott^ b. Feb. 25, 1881; m. May 27,
1903, Jane Nostrand, dau. of Abram and Georgiana Nostrand, of
Auburn.

SQ. WILLIAM AMOS PRINDLE.

William^ Amos Prindle (Zalmon^, Zalmon^, . . . JVilliam'^) ,
son of Zalmon, Jr., and Minerva (Wright) Prindle, was born in
Galesville, N. Y., December 14, 1842; married July 15, 1871,
Sarah A. Skidmore, daughter of Henry and Electa (Bennett) Skid-
more, of Sandgate, Vt., who was born in Fort Edward, N. Y.,
October 31, 1855; removed to Saratoga, N. Y., and thence to New
York Cit}', where he died July 24, 1905; he was a carpenter and
builder.

Children:
i. W^iLLiAM HENRY^ b. Saratoga, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1872; res.

N. Y. City,
ii. BERTIIA^ b. New York, March 3, 1877; d. there June 5,
1887.

37. GEORGE HENRY PRINDLE.

George Henry'^ Prindle {Zalmon''', Zalmon^ . . . fVilliam^),
son of Zalmon, Jr., and Minerva (Wright) Prindle, was born in
Galesville, N. Y., in 184 — ; married November 18, 186*9, Jeannette
C. Jack, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Carew) Jack, of Wap-
pinger Falls, N. Y. : died New Paltz, N. Y., November 30, 1900,
and buried in Wajapinger Falls.

He served as a soldier in the Civil War, having been mustered
into service September 1, 1861, as a private in Co. F, 2nd New



190 Prindle Genealogy.

York Cavalry, to serve three years ; re-enlisted as a veteran volun-
teer, December 21, 1863; mustered out January 23, 1865, as a
corporal, Company A, of that Regiment, to which he was transferred.

Children:
6-i. i. George Elmer^ b. Nov. 10, 1870; m. Maria T. Kearn.

65. ii. Harry Edward^, b. April 2, 1873; m. Marguerite L. Bogert.

66. iii. Ida MAY^ b. Sept. 18, 1876; m. Rev. Barr Gilford Lee.
iv. Violet Pearl®, b. New York, Dec. 10, 1879; res. Bridge-
port, Ct.

38. ELLEN M. PRINDLE.

Ellen M." Prindle (Zalmon'^, Zalmon^, . . . William^^,
daughter of Zalmon, Jr., and Minerva (Wright) Prindle, was born
in Ballston, N. Y., , 18 — ; married (1) Peter Bains; mar-
ried (2) James E. Reid; res. Boston, Mass.
Children {so far as known) :
i. Ida Bains^ b. Fort Edward, N. Y., abt. 1867.
ii. Ella M. Reid\ b. Boston, Mass., March 1, 1878; d. Boston,
Aug. 12, 1880; bur. in Forest Hills Cemetery there.

39. Roswell Grant Tuttle.

Roswell Grant Tuttle^ {Semantha' , Zenas^, Zalmon^, . . .
William^), son of Roswell and Semantha (Prindle) Tuttle, was
born in Sandgate, Vt., September 3, 1838; married September l6,
1862, Carrie M. Hanaman, daughter of Andrew and Azuba (Buck)
Hanaman, of West Arlington, Vt. ; died West Arlington, March
16, 1871. She was born August 14, 1834, and died in Cambridge,
N. Y., December 9, 1897, and both were buried in West Arlington.
He was a farmer.

Children :
1. Grace Adele Tuttle", b. West Arlington, Vt., March 4,
1865; m. Dec. 31, 1896, Eugene Bryan, of Troy, N. Y., lawyer;
res. Troy, N. Y.

40. Hannah Augusta Tuttle.

Hannah Augusta Tuttle® (Semantha'', Zenas^, Zalmon^, . . .
William}), daughter of Roswell and Semantha (Prindle) Tuttle,



Descendants of Zalmon% . . . Ebenezer-. 191

was born in Sandgate, Vt., February I9, 1845; married September
14, 1870, Richard Alonzo Derrick, son of Richard C. and J. Maria
(Derrick) Derrick, of Center Brunswick, N. Y., who was born July
19, 1843, and died in the State Capitol Building at Albany, while
financial clerk of the Assembly, then in session, April 10, 1899, and
was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Troy, N. Y.

He was elected member of the Assembly of his State for three
terms, where his influence and usefulness as an able legislator was
marked. He was elected a Supervisor of his County in 1888, and
served continuously until his death, when he had just finished his
fourth term as President of the Board. He was a prominent figure
in Rensselaer County politics for twenty years, and was one of the
famous stalwart band of Assemblymen that stood by Conklin and
Plitt during the memorable fight between the Republican factions
at Albany in 1881. He was also appointed postmaster by Presi-
dent Lincoln ; assisted in raising the Black Horse Cavalry Regiment
at the outbreak of the Civil war; was enrolling officer for the
Union army in his district in 1862; and held many other positions
of trust and responsibility. He was a large and successful farmer,
and a prominent member of the Masonic fraternity.

Children, born in Center Brunswick, N. Y.:
i. Edith A. Derrick^ b. June 4, 1872; m. Feb. 22, 1906,

Robert Edward Eckardt.
ii. Rcscoe C. Derrick'', b. Sept 2, 1876.
iii. Don C. Derrick", b. Feb. 13, 1880.
iv. Myra Derrick-', b. July 3, 1881.

41. DANIEL WEBSTER PRINDLE.

Daniel Webster^ Prindle (DesmontP, Zenas^', Zalmon^, . . .
William^), son of Desmond and Delia (Tucker) Prindle, was born
in Sandgate, Vt., March 20, 1834; married January 6, 18.'57, Lucy
Maria Hurd, daughter of Horace and Minerva (Hurd) Hurd, of
Sandgate, who was born there March 4, 1834; removed to Iowa in
1854, and to Villa Ridge, 111., in 1879; farmer and fruit grower;
res. Villa Ridge, 111.

He offered his services to the Government early in the Civil
war, but was found physically disqualified to receive a commission
in the Army.



192 Prindle Genealogy.

Children, born in Ft. Dodge, lunci:

i. Edward Hurd", b. Sei)t. '22, 1858; d. Oct. 18, IS8 1, imm.
ii. C.MioLiXE Delia', b. iMni-cb :>l, hsli,". : d. <c\>l. \:>. 11)0 1,

uniji.
iii. ]'.An:i,ixE ,MINl:u^•A■', I). I'lli. i;), is(i7: ns. ^'ill■l b'id^f, III.

67. iv. Daxikl \\'eijster'', Jr., b. Alarcli 11. Ls?-; ni. I.iicy Iiife.

42. IIOMEU AVILLIS I'lUXDI.E.

Homer ^^'ILLIs** Prindle (^Desmoiid' , '/jcnas^', '/lalmon",
Williavi^), son of Desmond •nid ])clia ('^ul•l^l•^ ' I'j-indlc, w.-is Ixn-n
in Sandgatc, ^ t., Eel)rviary \\), 18;J(); uiarrird I'.liz.ilnth ,\forsf,
daughter of .loiiatlian and Catharine (Slurnian) .Minvsi', ol' l)ter
Creek, \\ t;]i.ster Co., Iowa, wlio died Villa Ridge, Tl!.. No\(inliir
22, 1902: died Villa Ridge, January 2(), i89(j, and both were
buried there.

Children:

i. Alice Maud^ b. Deer Creek, la., Aug. 2, 1871; m. Wm.
H, Leidigh; one ehild, William Homer Leidigh^", I).
May 20, 1904.
ii. Eraxk'. b. Sept. 9, 1872; d. Ft. Dodge, la., I'eb. (i. 1877.
iii. IIf.rjian Tucker'', b. Deer Creek, la., .Ian. 2. 1878.
iv. Elorence Gertrude'', b. Deer Creek, la.. Aug. 27, 1881.
V. Solon Burroughs'*, b. Et. Dodge, la., Eeb. 22, 1883.

43. JOHN FERRIS PRIXDLl"..

John Ferris'*^ Phindle (DesvunKp , '/.eixis^', '/.(din()ir\ . . .
William^), son of Desmond and Delia ('J'nektr ]'riiidl(\ -was born
in Sandgate, Vt., April 11, 1838; married Octolu-r CI. I8CI2, I'ranees
Ann Smith, daughter of Norman and T.onis-. M. ( reek") Smilli, of
Sandgate: removed to Belleville, Wisconsin, in ^^C)"1. and to Streatnr,
111., in July, 1882, where she began the practice nf ^M-dieine, and

where he died September 13, 1883. She n'arrird Jiid, Snn'lh,

and. res. Chicago Heights, 111.; she is a practising jihysician.

Children, horn in Belleville, Wis.:
i. Louise Delia", b. Nov. 10, 1865; res. Chicago Heights, 111.

68. ii. Grace Mary", b. March 15, 1870; m. Albert Tobias.



Descendants of Zaljion"', . . . Ebenezer". igs

ii. CHARLES HERMAN PRINDLE.

Charles Herman*^ Prindle (Desmond', Zends'^, Zalmoiv', . . .
Willicun^) , son of Desmond and Delia (Tucker) Prindle, was born
in Sandgate, Vt., July 20, 1840; married December 27, 1870, Mary
Louise Richards, daughter of Abner and Jane (Perkins) Richards,
of Saiidgate; removed to Ft. Dodge, la., in 1871, and later to
Humboldt, Iowa; where they now reside.

45. SARAH MARIA PRINDLE.

Sarah Maria^ Prindle (Desmond^, Zenas^, ZalmorV', . . .
William'^), daughter of Desmond and Delia (Tucker) Prindle, was
born in Sandgate, Vt., December 6", 1845; married September \9,
18(j(j, Ezra G. Hamilton, of Sandgate; removed to Ft. Dodge,
lown, in 1873, where she still resides.

Children, horn in Sandgate :
69. i. Eugene Desmond Hamiilton'', b. Aug. 6, 186*7; m. Emma
Throw,
ii. Philip Herman Hamilton", b. Nov. 3, 1869; d. Ft. Dodge,

Iowa, Oct. 5, 1878.
iii. Corinne Maud Hamilton", b. Sept. 19, 1872; res. Ft.
Dodge, Iowa.

46. HARRISON PRINDLE.

Harrison^ Prindle {Haivley' , Zenas^', Zalmon", . . . JVil-
liarn^), son of Hawley and Olive (Andrew) Prindle, was born in
Sandgate, Vt., September 19, 1839; married, 1st, I86I, Alice Miner,
daughter of Ahiman and Fanny Adam (Beaman) Miner, of Man-
chester, Vt.; married, 2nd, Mrs. Phoebe ( ) Austin, of Los

Angeles, Cal., widow of Charles M. Austin, a native of Troy, N. Y.,
and a soldier of the Civil war; died San Francisco, Cal., March 31,
1901, and was buried in the National Cemetery, Santa Monica, Cal.

He was educated in tlie public schools. Burr Seminary, Man-
chester, Vt., and at Middlcbury College; studied law, and was ad-
mitted to the Bennington County, Vt., bar; elected State's Attorney
for that County; enlisted in the 14th Regiment, Vermont Volun-
teers, and appointed adjutant of the regiment October 8, 1863;
participated in the engagement at Fairfax Court House, December



194 Prindle Genealogy,

28, 1862, and the battle of Gettysburg, July 1, 2 and 3, 1863;
mustered out with his regiment, July 30, 1863.

Children:
70. i. Frank Miner", b. Manchester, Vt., July 7, 1862; m. Kath-
ryn Carpenter,
ii. Frances Elizabeth", b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 29, 1873;
res. Berkeley, Cal.

47. FRANKLIN COGSWELL PRINDLE.

Franklin Cogswell® Prindle {Hawley\ Zenas^, Zalmon^,
. . . William^), son of Hawley and Olive (Andrew) Prindle,
was born in Sandgate, Vt., July 8, 1841; married, 1st, May 19,
1864, Gertrude Alida Stickle, daughter of John B. and Minerva
(Cole) Stickle, of Shaftsbury, Vt., who was born there May 25,
1843, and died in Philadelphia, Pa., September 15, 1876; married,
2nd, September 25, 1878, Sarah Amelia Cranston, daughter of Sam-
uel F. and Gertrude (Stickle) Cranston, of Lansingburg, N. Y., who
was born in Coeymans, N. Y., September 6, 1845, and died U. S.
Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass., April 22, 1892, and was buried in
Hoosick Falls, N. Y.; married, 3rd, Key West, Fla., April 8, 1896,
Mrs. Fidelia Elizabeth (White) Mead, widow of George L. Mead,
U. S. Navy, and daughter of James and Cornelia M. (Dederick)
White, of Cairo, N. Y., who was born there March 19, 1844; resides
Washington, D. C. ; Civil Engineer U. S. Navy, rear admiral, re-
tired. (See Note 8, Appendix.)

Children, all hy 1st marriage:
i. RoscoE Stickle^ b. New York, Sept. 24, 1866; res. New

York,
ii. Olive'' (twin), b. Shaftsbury, Vt., Oct. 21, 1868; d. Phila-
delphia, Pa., May 13, 1869.
iii. Minnie'' (twin), b. Shaftsbury, Vt., Oct. 21, 1868; d. Phila-
delphia, Pa., July 12, 1869.
iv. Frank C.'', b. Philadelphia, Pa., May 2, 1870; d. Brooklyn,
N. Y., March 9, 1879-

71. V. Harry Augustus'*, b. Aug. 31, 1872; m. Frederica Patter-

son.

72. vi. Gertrude Elizabeth^ b. July 3, 1874; m. Francis Gil-

bert.



Descendants of Zalmon^, . . . Ebenezer-. 195

vii. Allan^, b. Philadelphia^ Pa., July 12, 1876; d. East Ar-
lington, Vt., Nov. 2, 1876.

The above deceased children and their mother were
temporarily buried in Mount Moriah Cemetery, Philadel-
phia, Pa.; will now be removed to compiler's lot, 1099^
National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.

48. MARTHA PRINDLE.

Martha^ Prindle {Hawley"' , Zenas'^, Zahnon^, . . . Wil-
liam^), daughter of Hawley and Olive (Andrew) Prindle, was
born in Sandgate, Vt., August 9, 1846; married November 15, 1866,
Reuben Barney, M.D., son of Nathan and Fanny (Canfield) Bar-
ney, of Arlington, Vt., who was born there April 20, 1844, and died
Chillicothe, Mo., July 15, 1903, to which place they removed from
Vermont in October, 1868, and where he was also buried.

Dr. Barney was educated in the public and select schools of his
native town, and at the Albany Medical College, from which he
graduated with the class of 1865, and then took a post graduate
course at the Long Island College Hospital, N. Y. Prior to this
he had served as Medical Cadet, U. S. A., at the Army Hospital,
Boston, Mass., to which position he was appointed by Secretary of
War Stanton.

After a two years' practice at Hoffman's Ferry, N. Y., he re-
moved to Chillicothe, Mo., where he died in 1903, one of its fore-
most citizens, after a continuous residence of nearly 33 years. Dur-
ing his busy life he was called to many positions of honor, trust
and responsibility, all of which were creditably filled.

As a surgeon and physician he attained high distinction in his
adopted State. He served as President of the city, county and dis-
trict medical societies, and of the board of health. He was also
for many years surgeon of the three railroads which ran tlirough
the city, and for 25 years was examining surgeon for pensions.

In educational matters he took a deep and prominent interest,
and was for nine years President of the Board of Education, and,
though a republican in politics, was appointed by Governor Dock-
ray, a democrat, Regent of the State Normal School, at Kirksville,
for the term of six years.

He was also Past Commander of Tyndal Post of the Grand
Army of the Republic, at Chillicothe.



1Q6 Prindle Genealogy.



As a Mason, he was active and prominent in every brancli of the
order. He wms made a M.ison in Red Mountain Lodi;(.', .Vrliiigton,
Vt., in 18()6", and wn.s one of the organi/crs ol' CliillicollK' Lodge,
No. 333, soon after his removal there. He was Past Master ol' his
Lodge, Past High Priest of his Chapter, and Past EminenL Com-
mander of Paschal Commandery; a Scottisli llite Mason; Noble of
the Mystic Shrine; Past Illustrious Master of the Council of lloyal
and Select Masters; Past Grand Pligh Priest; Past (iraiid Com-
mander of Knights Templar; Past Master of the Crniid Council
pf Royal and Select Masters; and District Deputy Grand Master
of the Grand Lodge of Missouri.

She was also an earnest and active member of tlie Order of tlie
Eastern Star, and rose to the position of Grand ^\'ortIly Matron
of the State.

As a Churchman, he was one of the first Episco])alians who
settled in Chillicothe, and one of the founders of Grace Church, of
which he was a loyal and earnest supporter and Senior Warden for
thirty-two years.

Children, born in Chillicothe:

73. i. Reuben Barney", Jr., b. Jan. 5, 1869; m. Anna Reynolds.

74. ii. Percy Canfield Barney', b. May 11, 1871; m. Clara B.

Doughty.

75. iii. Mortimer D. Barney^ b. Dec. 8, 1875; m. Nellie A. Wil-

liams.

76. iv. Hawley Nathan Barney^ b. Aug. 12, 1875; m. Eva Turley.

49. Viola Randall.
Viola RandalP (Sarah Ann'^, Zenas'', Zalmon^^, . , . Wil-
liam'^), daughter of Zachariah H. and Sarah Ann (Prindle) Ran-
dall, was born in Appleton, Wis., May 8, 1854; married July 28,
1879, John Nelson Fox, son of Timothy and Annie (Schovel)
Fox, who was born October 7, 1848; res. Appleton, Wis.
Children, born in Appleton, Wis.:
i. George Randall Fox", b. May 12, 1880; m. July 28, 1903,
Hope Peasle}^, dau. of Emerson and Emma (Messenger)
Peasley, who was b. April l6, 1882; res. Appleton, Wis.
ii. Eugene Gordon Fox", b. Jan. 30, 1883; m. June 20, 1904,
Minnie Annie Gunther, dau. of William and Minnie
(Fiedler) Gunther, of Appleton, Wis., where she was b.



Descendants of Zalmon% . . . Ebenezer^. 197

April 11, 1882; res. Appleton, Wis. 1 ch.. Evert Nel-
son Fox^*^, b. June 17, 1906.

50. SCHUYLER ^y. PRINDLE.
Schuyler W.« Prindle (Alberf, Zenas^, Zalmon% . .
William^), son of Albert W. and Juelma (Suiith) J'riiullc, was born
in S;uidi.-ate, Vt., June IS, 186"9; married January J S, I .siJ«j, Mar-
garet A\'illis, daughter of Thomas L. and Elizabeth (Uakio-h)
Willis, of \\'aterbury. Conn., where she was Ijorn Septemljer ;;0,
1874; res. Waterbury, Conn.

Children :
i. Willis Albert^ b. Waterbury, Conn., :\Iarch 18, 1900.

51. EMMA FRANCELIA PRIXDLE.

Emma Francelia® Prindle (Albert', Zenas\ Zalmon^, . . .
William^), daughter of Albert W. and Juelma (Smith) Prindle,
was born in Sandgate, Vt., September 15, 1877; married Septeniber
20, 1899, John Mason Peek, son of Marcus J. and Matilda (Bauin)
Peek, of Vail Mills, N. Y., who was born there February \S, 1873;
res. Vail Mills, N. Y.

52. Phebe Maria LeVere.

Phebe Maria LeVere® {Maria~ , JoeP, Zalmon^, . . . Wit-
liam'^), daughter of William and Maria (Prindle) LeVere, was
born in New York, 1831; married August I6, 186'0, Theodore
Green, son of Elijah and Hesther (Houghy) Green, of A\'illiams-
burg, X. Y. ; died San Francisco, Cal., June 20, 1890. He was
born August 27, 1827; died San Francisco, Sej^tember 4, 1896, and
both were buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery there. He was a "forty-
niner," having first gone to California during the gold discovery
excitement of 1849, and returned in I860 to claim his bride after
an engagement of eleven years' standing; removed to No. San Juan,
Cal., in I862, to Austin, Nevada, in 1863, and to San Francisco, in
1888. He was a druggist.
Children :
i. Ellsworth Green^ b. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 6, I86I.
77. ii. Franklin Theodore Green", b. May 5, 1863; m. M,
Georgia Rooker.



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5S. William M. LeVere.

William M. LeVere"* (Maria\ Joel", Zalmon^, . . . Wil-
liam'^), son of William and Maria (Prindle) LeVere, was born in
New York, March 8, 1832; married 1st, Jane E. Reynolds, who
was born January 7, 1837, and died New York, June l6, 1863;
married 2nd, July 3, 1866, Mrs. Elizabeth A. (De Motte) Bald-
win; died New York, August 17, 1877, and was buried in Evergreen
Cemetery, Brooklyn, N. Y. He was a carpenter.

Children :
i. Franklin A. LeVere^ b. 1859; d. Aug. 6, 1881, "in his

twenty-third year," having drowned while bathing at

Staten Island,
ii. William M. LeVere", Jr., b. Nov. 27, 1862; m. Ida E.

Williams; d. June 6, 1901, leaving one child, Chester

Wallace LeVere^^ who was b. May 28, 1892.

54. Emily Oatman LeVere.

Emily Oatman LeVere^ (Maria'', Joel", Zalmon^, . . .
William'^), daughter of William and Maria (Prindle) LeVere, who
was born in New York, December 24, 1837; married New York,
November 30, 1858, Frederic Wiltse, who was born Feb. 22, 1837,
and died October 13, 1901. He was a coal merchant. She died
New York, October 5, 1905, and both were buried in Succasunna,
N. J.

Children, born in Brooklyn, N. Y.:
i. Emily Esteile Wiltse-', b. March 11, 1861; d. Aug. 22,
1861.

ii. Franklin Augustus Wiltse", b. April 9, 1 863 ; m. .

iii. Ulysses Sidney Wiltse^, b. Aug. 31, 1864; res. New York.

55. Mary Eleanor Parker.

Mary Eleanor Parker* {Mary\ Joel", Zalmon^, . . . Wil-
liam'^), daughter of Frederick and Mary (Prindle) Parker, was
born in New York, abt. October, 1838; married New York, 1854,
John Wesley Earle, who was born in New York, 1835; died New
York, April 15, 1881, and buried in Spring Valley, N. Y.



Descendants of Zalmon^ . . . Ebenezer^.



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Children, born in New York:
i. Mary Hester Earle^ b. Xov. 23, 1855; d. Dec. 2, 1855.

78. ii. Charles Henry Earle^ b. Jan. 31, 1857; m. Ida Lavinia

Conners.
iii. Sarah Amelia Earle^ b. Dec. 14, 1858; m. New York,

1889, Andrew Bohannon, who d. there in 1890; res.

Asbury Park, X. J.
iv. Edward Whitefield Earle^ b. Oct. 16, I860; d. June 11,


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