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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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and served at the siege of St. John, battle of White
Plains, etc. He was allowed a pension from March
4, 1831, to Dec. 9, 1842, the date of his death.

(See Note 2, Appendix, for his account of his
Revolutionary war service, and for a statement of
his religious convictions.)
Children :

1. Leander^ ("Lanadar"), b. March 7, 1769; m. New

^Milford, Nov. 17, 1793, Hannah Bostwick ; rem.
to Vermont.

2. Samuel% 4th, b. May 15, 1771; m. Elinor Whalen;

rem. abt. 1813 to East Charlotte, Vt., where he
d. the same year.




Leather walJt-t carrit-d liy Samuel I'riiulJe, a Itevolut ioiiary Soldier. Nou in |)(ls^(•ssi()n iil a
descendant, A. Palmer Brooks, .'i-'T Broadway, New York ( ilv.



Descendants of Samuel-. 93

Children :

1. MiDAs^ b. ; m. Sarah Higbee.

Children :

1. Henry W.', b. ; m. Elizabeth Squires.

Children:
1. Earl^ 2. Stella^ 3. Ruth^

2. Ellen^ b. ; m. Abel C. Palmer.

Children:
1. Sarah Palmer^. 2. Kirke Palmer^

3. Mary', b. ; m. Thomas Chittenden Hill.

Children :

1. Thomas HilP. 3. Monroe HilP.

2. Henry HilP. 4. Martin HilP.

2. William®, b. ; d. unm. after 1813.

3. Benjamin^ b. ; m. and rem. to Huron,

Iowa.

3. Gideon^ b. Sept. 10, 1773.

4. Sarah^ b. April 4, 1778.

5. Melora^ ("Melory"), b. June 23, 1781.

6. Lodema'^ ("Lodemy"), b. Aug. 5, 1785; d. March

10, 1793.

7. Laura% b. July 19, 1788.

8. MiLLS^ b. Sept. 7, 1794; m. Lydia , who d.

Nov. 27, 1856. "Lydy Prindle the wife of Mills
Prindle died November 27, 1856."

9. Hannah^ b. Nov. 25, 1796.

10. Abigail^ b. May 18, 1799; d. Nov. 18, 1874, ae. 75-6.

11. Cynthia Rogers^, b. Ferrisburg, Vt., June 19, 1802;

m. May 12, 1825, Seth Dean Brooks, who was b.
Reading, Vt., Sept. 13, 1803, and d. McGrawville,
N. Y., May 25, 1877; d. there April 7, 1890.

Children :
1. James Albert Brooks''", b. Cincinnatus, N. Y.,
June 8, 1830; m. McGrawville, N. Y., May 20,
1857, Sally Ophelia Palmer, dau. of Israel and
Sophia (Haskell) Palmer, who was b. Cortland-
ville, N. Y., May 22, 1832.



94 Prindle Genealogy.

Children :

1. Edith Sophia Brooks', b. McGrawville, Sept. 2,

1860; d. Cortland, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1864.

2. Helen Ophelia Brooks', b. Cortlandville, April

4, 1864.

3. Albert Palmer Brooks', b. McGrawville, Sept.

19, 1865.

4. Charles Israel Brooks', b. McGrawville, Feb.

26, 1872; m. Lockport, N. Y., Aug. l6, 1898,
Harriet Alice Sears, dau. of Haman Hannibal
and Marcena (Strong) Sears, who was b.
Drake Settlement, nr. Newfane, Niagara Co.,
N. Y., Nov. 15, 1873.

Children, horn Mt. Vernon, N. Y.:

1. Alice Carolyn Brooks^ b. Aug. 28, 1899-

2. James Richard Brooks^ b. Jan. 24, 1904.

2. Julia Elinora Brooks'^', b. Cincinnatus, Oct. 11,
1832; m. McGrawville, April 16, 1863, Moses
Norcott, son of Reuben and Elizabeth (Fuller)
Norcott, who d. Feb. 14, 1888.
Children:

1. Charles Adelbert Norcott"^, b. McGrawville,

March 6, 1865; d. there Oct. 7, 1865.

2. Elmer Franklin Norcott", b. McGrawville,

April 29, 1866; m. there Jan. 26, 1886, Carrie
M. Carson, dau. of Abram and Harriet (Shuler)
Carson, who was b. Freetown, N. Y., Jan. 18,
1864; d. McGrawville, June 21, 1902.

3. Helen Nancy Norcott", b. McGrawville, July

9, 1868; d. there May 4, 1873.

4. Carlton Dufay Norcott", b. Cortland, N. Y.,

May 4, 1870; d. McGrawville, May 25, 1873.

3. Lucius Emery Brooks", b. Cincinnatus, May 26,

1835; m. McGrawville, Jan. 1, I860, Lydia Ann

GrifFeth, dau. of Joshua and Ann (Stewart)

Griffeth, who was b. East Haven, N. Y., July

15, 1839; d. Binghamton, N. Y., Dec. 24, 1895.

Children, horn at McGrawville:

1. Annette Louise Brooks^, b. Feb. 18, 1861; m.



Descendants of Samuel-. 95

McGrawville, April 7, 1880, William Arthur
Huntington, son of Marvin William and
Sarah (Bowker) Huntington, who was b.
Walton, Del. Co., N. Y., May 5, I860.
Children :

1. Sarah Lydia Huntington*, b. McGrawville,

May 18, 1882; m. Bethany, N. Y., June 4,
1905, Edwin Dewey Frost.

2. Ruth Emma Huntington^ b. Euclid, N. Y.,

April 9, 1886; d. Mecklenburg, N. Y., Feb.
1, 1904.

3. Anna Rose Huntington*, b. Jordan, N. Y.,

July 1, 1888.

4. Faith Louise Huntington*, b. Scipio, N. Y.,

Dee. 2, 1893.

5. Alonzo Brooks Huntington*, b. Canastota,

N. Y., Feb. 15, 1899.

6. William Marvin Huntington*, b. Canastota,

June 20, 1902.

2. Alonzo Griff eth Brooks', b. Oct. 21, 1866; m.

Lowville, N. Y., Aug. 21, 1894, Jennie May
Sackett, dau. of Martin J. and Susan (Bush)
Sackett, who was b. Houseville, X. Y., Nov. 18,

1869.

Childi-en:

1. Katherine Lydia Brooks*, b. Brooklyn,

N. Y., Jan. 27, 1896.

2. Frances Estelle Brooks*, b. Lowville, N. Y.,

June 12, 1898.

3. Eleanor Susan Brooks*, b. Mt. Vernon,

X. Y., Feb. 27, 1904.

3. Edwin Joshua Brooks', b. Xov. 29, 1869; m-

Lincklaen, X. Y., July 2, 1891, S. Marcia
Poole, dau. of A. Ordando and Mary Eliza
(Stillraan) Poole, who was b. Lincklaen, Aug.

1, 1869.

Children :
1. Gertrude Eliza Brooks*, b. Walton, X. Y.,

April 1, 1897.



96 Prindle Genealogy.

2. Marguerite Loueta Brooks-, b. McGraw, N.
Y., Nov. 19, 1905.
4. Mina May Brooks', b. McGrawville, Sept. 24,
1878, an<i d. there July 11, 1888.
'. Mary Zilphaette Brooks'', b. McGrawville, Nov.
29, 1837; m. McGrawville, Feb. 4, 1863, George
J. Felt, son of Horace and Susan Felt, who was b.
Smyrna, N. Y., March 3, 1824; d. Cortland, N. Y.,
May 11, 1901.

Children, born in Cortland, N. Y. :

1. Infant, b. and d. Cortlandville, May 28, 1864.

2. Ellis David Felt", b. June 13, 1865; d. July

25, 1866.

3. Cynthia Susan Felt", b. Aug. 27, 1869; m.

Cortland, Dec. 24, 1885, Edwin Foreman,
son of Charles and Ann Susan Foreman, who
was b. Maidstone, County of Kent, England,
June 2, 1862.

Children, b. Cortland, N. Y.:

1. Frederick Duane Foreman% b. Oct. 27, 1886.

2. Adelbert Foreman^ b. April 20, and d. April

22, 1891.

3. Pearl Louise Foreman', b. July 26, 1893.

4. Ruth Katharine Foreman-, b. April 13, 1897.

4. Horace Perkins Felt', b. Jan. 27, 1872; m.

Cortland, March 30, 1894, Anna Justina Lane,
who was b. Cortland, July 20, 1877.

Children, born Cortland:

1. Viola Eunice Felt^ b. Jan. 11, 1895.

2. Hazel Helen Felt\ b. Dec. 5, 1896.

3. Myrtle Belle Felt', b. Aug. 10, 1899; d. Sept.

17, 1900.

4. Ethel Ramona Felt", b. Jan. 3, 1902.

5. Louisa Jane Brooks'', b. McGrawville, Dec. 2,

1841; d. there April 18, 1843.

6. Louisa Maria Brooks'', b. McGrawville, I\Lay 13,

1844; m. Cincinnatus, N. Y., Aug. l6, 1862,



Descendants of Samuel-. 97

Holland Wood, Jr., son of Holland and Sally
(Fish) Wood, who was b. May 14, 1842.

Children :

1. Edith Amanda Wood", b. Jan. 13, and d.

Dec. 1, 1865.

2. Eugene Bently Wood', b. Feb. 6, 1867; m.

McGrawville, Dec. 1, 1885, Flora B. Harvey,
dau. of Edwin E. and Carrie (Wood) Harvey,
who was b. McGrawville, April 5, 1866.
ill. John\ b. abt. 1705; bapt. March 1720; m. Feb. 5, 1729-
30, Martha Prime, dau. of James Prime, 2nd, of Mil-
ford. (James Prime, 1st, came to Milford in 1644. He
was of Huguenot descent, and is believed to have come
from Doncaster, England.)

He was one of the first 12 settlers of New Milford,
liis residence was on the west side of the " Great River,"
on the west side of the Great Plain, near his brother
Samuel's home, at the " Goose Pond." So said his father
in a deed to his daughter.

He miited with the First Church in 1726, and of
him the Rev. Daniel Boardman made the following
record :

"Oct. 1729. — John Prindle, a member of ye cinirch
was suspended from communion by a general voice of
ye church at a meeting of ye Brethren, for a scandalously
and schurrillously abusing Daniel Boardman, his pastor."

He appears to have been one of the most obnoxious
to the pastor of those of his church that " fell away to
Quakerism." There were eight of the name of Prindle
who thus " fell away." Some returned to the First
Church, and some became Episcopalians. John united
with the Quakers in 1731, but in 1743 he is found in
the Society of the Church of England.

He was a large land owner, and many deeds still
exist showing transfers between him and his sons and
others.

In deeds of 1761 and 1767, he describes himself as
of South Precinct, Dutchess County, and Province of
New York, and in 1769 as of New Fairfield, Conn.



98 Prindle Genealogy.

Children, horn in New Milford:

1. JosEPH^^ b. Dec. 16;, 1730; m. Mehitable , peril, a

dau. of Ithamar Spencer, of Spencertown, as these
three names appear in one deed. " Spencertown in
Hampshire Co. and Province of ye Mass. Bay." The
exact locality is not known. John is also named in
this deed as a " husbandman."

The names of his children are not known.

His name, as Serjeant Joseph Prindle, appears
on a list of officers named on a fragment of a muster
roll, of Captain JosejDh Caniield's Company, for IT^jS,
which was raised in the spring of that year, and
served in the campaign under Col. (aft. Gen.) Wooster,
in the French War, the enlistments made in April
reading "to serve His Majesty King George the
second in a Regiment of Foot, raised by the Colony
of Connecticut, to be commanded by Col. David
Wooster, of New Haven, for invading Canada, and
carrying War into the Heart of the Enemy's Pos-
sessions."

Capt. Canfield received orders from Gen. Wooster,
dated New Haven, May 22, 1758, "to march to
Albany and wait on the Commander-in-chief, and
attend his orders," etc.

2. GoMAR*, b. April 30, 1732. His name was changed to

Gideon in Feb. 1739-40, as appears from the fol-
lowing from the Town Records of New Milford,
Conn. : —

"This may certify that John Prindle and Martha
Prime were united in marriage February 5, 1729-30,
both of New Milford.

"Joseph Prindle, s. of John and Martha, b. Dec.
16, 1730.

" Gomar Prindle, s. of John and Martha, b. April
30, 1732.

" Mark Prindle, s. of John and Martha, b. March
9, 1733-1.

" Gomar Prindle had his name changed to Gideon
in Feb. 1739-40."



Descendants of Samuel^ 99

2. Gideon*, b. April 30, 1732; m. April 11, 1753, Lettice
Towner. In a deed dated April 1, 1760, he describes
himself as " of Beekmans Precincts in the County of
Dutchess in the Province of New York."

Children, born in Conn. :

1. Martha^ b. April 17, 1754.

2. JoHN^ b. April 27, 1756; m. .

Children (prob.) :

1. Martin^ b. ; m. 1799, Phoebe Leach, who

d. in 1857. He was left an orphan and raised
by a Mr. Merwin ; rem. to Fairfield, Franklin Co.,
Vt., and prob. m. there; d. abt. 1848.

Children :

1. Paulina', b. Feb. 1800; Im. 1826, Royal

Stearns; d. Fairfax, Vt., 1873, and bur. there.

Children :

1. Jackson Stearns^ b. 1829; rem. 1854, to

Vincennes, Ind. ; res. there in 1896.

2. Fred Stearns^ b. ; res. Sheldon, Vt.,

in 1896.

3. Lydia Locklin Stearns®, b. ; res.

Tower City, No. Dakota, in 1896.

4. Sabrund Converse Stearns®, b. ; res.

Sheffield, Mass., in 1896.

5. Mary Taylor Stearns®, b. ; res.

Titusville, Fla., in 1896.

6. Betsey Clay Stearns-, b. ; res.

Shaker Station, Conn., in 1896.
And four others.

2. Mercy', b. ; ra. William Maxfield, of

Fairfax, Vt. ; d. Fairfax, s.p., and bur. there.

3. Merwin', b. nr. St. Albans, Vt., I8O6; m.

Cynthia MefFord; d. Indianapolis, Ind., 1881;
she res. there in 1897. 8 ch.

4. Marquis', b. — ; m. Marcia Foster; d. 1877.

2 ch.

5. David^, b. ; m. Laura Flood, of Fairfield;

d. Fairfield, 1874. 1 ch.



r^wy '



100 Prindle Genealogy.

6. Amos^, b. ; ra. Maria Wilson, of Fairfax;

d. St. Albans, 1891. 2 ch.

7. Hannah', b. ; m. (1) Harry Maxfield;

m. (2) Nov. 21, 1864, as his 2nd wife, Isaac
T. Libby, who was b. Danby, Vt., April 9,
1821; rem. 1866 to Johnson, Lamoille Co., Vt.,
where she d. 2 ch.

2. Amos", b. ; rem. to Westerlo, N. Y,

4. Mark*, b. March 9, 1733-4; m. (1) Nov. 3, 1755, Lois
Marsh; m. (2) Nov., 1789, Mrs. Hannah (Marsh)
Phelps, dau. of Ebenezer Marsh and widow of Ed.
Phelps.

He was appointed, January, 1769^ Ensign of the
middle company or train-band in the town of Litch-
field, Conn. He was Deputy Freeman for Harwinton
in' 1774 and 1775.

" He was one of the most respected and highly
esteemed inhabitants of Harwinton, where he resided
during the Revolutionary War, but he was obnoxious
as a Tory, and, being pursued by his enemies, con-
cealed himself in the hay in his barn. His enemies
threatened to seize his son Charles, when he ap-
peared, and they tarred and feathered him, and trans-
ported him to Windham, where he was confined in
GaoL"

Children :

1. Charles^, b. Aug. 12, 1756.

2. Lois^ b. Oct. 16, 1759.

3. William"', b. ; m. Feb. 1792, Lucy Bostwick,

1 dau. and 11th child of Edmund and Mary (Ruggles)

Bostwick, who was b. March 5, 1772; rem. abt. 1792,
with his brother Gideon, to Charlotte, Vt. He was
a hatter and farmer.

Edmund Bostwick rem. from Brookfield, nr.
Cornwall, Conn., to Yt. in 1881, and later rem. to
Elizabethtown, N. J.

She m. (2) Luman Wadhams, of Wadhams'
Mills, N. Y., who was b. in 1786.



Descendants of Samuel-. 101

Children :

1. Harriet% b. ; m. Feb. 19, 1818, as his 1st

wife, John Mosely Weeks, who was the inven-
tor of the Vermont bee-hive, the first having re-
movable frames. He was the author of a treatise
on bee-keeping, still a standard work; also of a
History of Salisburj^, Vt. She d. Salisbury, V^t.,
Oct. 24, 1853.

2. Charles Bostwick*', b. Charlotte, Vt., in 179 1;

m. 1822, Erminie Wells; d. Wadhams' Mills,
March 19, 1837.

Children :

1. VriLLiAM Wells', b. Keesville, X. Y., Dec. 15,

1825; m. June 12, 1851, Mary Elizabeth Corn-
stock; d. Wabasha, Minn., April 23, 1869-

Children :

1, Charles CoMSTOCK^ b. Fulton, 111., April 18,

1856; m. March 27, 1889, Mary Lois Day;
res. Saginaw, ]\Iich.
Children:

1. William DAy^ b. Oct. 6, 1890.

2. Gertrude'-*, b. May 25, 1892.

3. Henriette'-*, b. Dec. 14, 1893.

2. Harriet Wells**, b. Wabasha, Minn., Sept.

1, 1859; m. Oct. 23, 1884, Henry George
Mooney.

Children :

1. Kate Prindle Mooney^ b. Maysville,

N. D., Aug. 23, 1885; d. Jan. 31, 1887.

2. Florence Helen Mooney-, b. Jan. 15, 1887.

3. Frances Charlotte Mooney", b. June 2,

1890.

4. Marion Louise Mooney^ b. July 20, 1893.

5. Alice Mooney', b. July 20, 1893.

2. Charles Weeks', b. Keesville, X. Y., March 2,

1828; m. Annie Price ( ), who was b.

Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 22, 1843; rem. to Port-
land, Ore., where ch. were born.



102 Prindle Genealogy.

Children :

1. William PRICE^ b. Jan. 31, 1868.

2. Charles^ b. Dec. 18, 1869-

3. Benjamin Wells*, b. June 15, 1872.

4. Erminie^ (twin), b. June 15, 1872; d. April

20, 1873.

5. CARLTON^ b. June 7, and d. Oct. 21, 1874.

6. Fred Wadhams*, b. March 12, and d. July 27,

1877.

7. W^alter*, b. April 17, 1879; d. Oakland, Cal.,

Feb. 2, 1883.
3, Harriet^, b. — .

4. Markov, b. ; d. 1818. He was a teacher,

5. Phoebe", b. ; m. , and sup. to have set.

in N. Y.

6. GiDEON% b. Conn., Jan. 18, 1767; m. (1) July 30,

1795, Sarah Gillette, who had 3 ch., and d. Nov. 8,
1803; m. (2) Aug. 18, 1805, Flavia Horsford; rem.
to Vt., with bro. William, abt. 1792; d. Charlotte,
Vt., March 14, 1836.

Children of Gideon and Sarah:

1. Huldah", b. April 12, 1797; m. Lucius Badger;

rem. to Gustavus, Trumbull Co., Ohio.

In an interesting letter to their mother, Mrs.
Flavia Prindle, Charlotte, Vt., dated Gustavus, O.,
July 30, 1836, they mention their children as
follows :

1. Juliana", who was m. and had a son and dau.

2. Sally", who was m. and had a son.

3. Joseph^ 4. William". 5. Huldah", b. ;

m. Babbett; res. Conneaut, Ashtabula Co., O.
6. Lucius". 7. Noble". 8. Fidelia^, and
Milton", "the baby."

2. William C.*', b. Sept. 22, 1801 ; m. Eleanor Warner,

of Triangle, N. Y. ; rem. abt. 1836 to Marshall,
Mich., where he resumed the "g" of the name
(becoming William C. " Pringle "), as William
Prindle^ (Peter^, J ehoshaphat^ , Ehenezer- , Will-
iam^), had preceded him there.



Descendants of Samuel-. io3

Children :

1. Warner', b. ; m. ; res. Marshall,

Mich., in 1904.

Children :
1. William'*. 2. Warner^

2. Charles', b. ; m. ; res. 190-1, Tono-

pah, Nevada.

Children:
1. George^ and Charles^, both res. in St. Louis,
Mo.

3. Sarah^, b. ; m. Feb. 3, 186l, Josiah

Ladd, son of Orrin Ladd, of Pontiac, Mich.
4 and 5. Son and dau. deceased.
3. Gideon Hiram Roundy^ b. Charlotte, Vt., April
18, 1803; m. Dec. 15, 1825, Mary Williams, who
was b. nr. Muncy, Pa., Dec. 20, 1798.

After the death of his mother, Sarah Gillette,
Nov. 8, 1803, he was taken by Mr. and Mrs.
Roundy, who soon after rem. to Rootstown, Ohio;
d. Jan. 28, 1865.

Children, born in Rootstown, 0.:

1. Robert Roundy', b. Oct. 2, 1826; d. Sept. 9,

1830.

2. George William', b. — — — ; m. Rootstown, Jan.

2, I860, Caroline Esther Gurley, who was b.
Oct. 15, 1837.

Children, born in Rootstown:

1. Hiram Asher®, b. Sept. 28, I860; m. Feb. 6,

1902, Mary S. Waller, who was b. in Mt.
Vernon, Mo. 1 ch.
1. Ralph T.^ b. June 22, 1903.

2. IsABELLE Esther^, b. May 28, 1866; m. and

res. 1904, Anniston, Ala.

3. William George^, b. Aug. 21, 1868; m. Cave

Springs, Ga., May 21, 1891, Katie Louisa
Pace, who was b. Girard, Ala., April 14,
1874; res. Anniston, Ala., 1904.



104 Prindle Genealogy.

Children :

1. IsABELLE Esther^, b. Anniston, Aug. 19,

1892; d. Dec. 27, 1896.

2. Florence Erin'', b. Anniston, Nov. 18,

1893.

3. Helen Elizabeth", b. Anniston, March 28,

1896.

4. George Gurley", b. Anniston, July 11, 1898.

5. Nellie Blye", b. McComb, Miss., Nov. 9,

1899; d. there Sept. 26, 1900.

6. Mabel Kathleen'', b. McComb, Miss., Aug.

6, 1901.

4. Blanche Flora^ b. March 14, 1876. '

5. Robert Gurley^, b. Sept. l6, 1879; ni. July

'18, 1903, Blanche L. Siddall, who was b.
July 3, 1879. \

Children of Gideon and Flavia: j

4. SARAH^ b. April 2, 1807; ni. Alvin Wooster, of

New Haven, Vt. ; d. June 13, 1849-
Children :
1. Sarah Frances Wcoster', b. Aug. 21, 1846; m.
Dec. 13, 1864, George A. Clark; d. March 8,
1896.

Children:

1. Flora Wooster Clark^ b. Jan. 11, 1878.

2. Ralph Mertcn Clark^ b. Oct. 3, 1880.

5. George", b. April 30, 1809; m. May 3, 1837,

Louisa Harris, dau. of Asa and Esther (Root)
Harris, who was b. Feb. 4, 1817, and d. May 25,
1894; d. May 6, 1843; res. Charlotte, Vt.
Children :
1. Cyrus Guernsey', b. Charlotte, Vt., May 6,
1838; m. Almira Green; noted botanist and
traveler; collector for Am. Museum of Natural
History, New York, in forestry and general
botany in Arizona, Sonora, California, Oregon,
and Washington ; also collector for Har-
vard Univ. ; keeper of herbarium to Univ.



Descendants of Samuel-. 105

of Vermont; engaged in exploration of the
flora of Old Mexico ; for many years contributor
to Garden and Forest; Notes on Botanical
Travel in Mexico, and Notes on the Forest and
Vegetation of Mexico. Ass. Fellow Am. Acad-
emy of Arts and Sciences; member New Eng-
land Botanical Club, etc. ; res. Burlington, Vt.

2. Harris Martin", b. Feb. 25, 1840; d. Dec. 5,

1859.

3. George Edward', b. Sept. 20, 1843; m. March

1, 1871, Paulina Minerva Powell, dau. of
Edgar S. and Caroline (Clarke) Powell, who
was b. Oct. 20, 1850, and d. Nov. 25, 1904.

Children :

1. Edwin Hewitt^ b. Dec. 14, 1871; m. Aug.

10, 1899, Caroline Elsie Clarke, dau. of Amos
Jay and Susan Ida (Foote) Clarke, who was
b. Sept. 26, 1878.
Children :

1. Karl EDWIN^ b. Dec. 10, 1902.

2. Elinor Pauline^, b. March 12, 1904.

2. Harris Powell^ b. July 8, 1873.

6. Flavia'\ b. and d. Dec, 1810.

7. Almah'', b. Feb. 28, 1812; m. Ransom Walling;

rem. to Cleveland, Ohio.

Children:

1. Anna Walling', b. ; m. Smith;

res. Comer, Grant Co., Ore.

2. R. G. Walling', b. ; res. Cleveland, O.

8. Charles D.^ b. April 25, 1814; m. March 17,

1841, Emily Dean; d. July 6, 1884; was mem-
ber of State Legislature.

Children:

1. Gideon Dean', b. Dec. 1, 1843; m. abt. 1873-4,

Sarah Renfrew, who d. in 1900. A soldier of
the Civil war.

2. Lewis Charles', b. March 18, 1847; m. Jan.



106 Prindle Genealogy.

8^ 1866, Jane Clark. A soldier of the Civil
war.

Child:
1. Guy C.% b. Ajoril 27, 1868; m. 1891, Sarah
Hammond.
Child:
1. Ethel", b. July , 1897.

3. Ernest H.', b. June 14, 1851 ; m. Franc Andrew.

Child:
1. Robert^ b. , 1879-

4. George William", b. April 12, 1858; m. Jan.

17, 1883, Jennie M. Byington, dau. of Alfred
Anson and Mary Anna (Marsh) Byington; res.
Charlotte, Vt. Farmer.

Children :

1. Leon Dean**, b. July 24, 1884.

2. Jessie Edna^ b. Sept. 28, 1885.

3. Lester Marsh^ b. Dec. 12, 1892.

9. EzBON^ b. June 20, 1816; m. Sept. 3, 1851, Eliza
Ann Hawkins ; rem. to Middletown Springs, Vt. ;
d. 1878.

Children :

1. Edward Lowry', b. June 3, 1852; m. Dec. 25,

1883, Lucrctia King.

Child:
1. Harriet Dewey*, b. Sept. 12, 1887.

2. Mary Emily', b. July 8, 1856.

10. Seymour*^, b. Charlotte, Vt., Aug. 2, 1821; m.
Neenah, Wis., July 28, 1869, Julia Elizabeth
Hubbard, dau. of William and Elizabeth (Tay-
lor) Hubbard, who was b. near Neenah, May 23,
1846; rem. to Wis. in 1848; res. Mattoon, Wis.

Children, horn in Clayton, Wis. :

1. Orin Seymour^ b. Nov. 28, 1870; d. Sept. 3,

1871.

2. Ora Angie', b. Oct. 20, 1872; m. Aug. 26, 1896,

Roy F. Babcock, son of H. A. and Martha
(West) Babcock; res. Mattoon, Wis.



Descendants of Samuel-. 107

Children:

1. Theda Babcock^ b. Jan. 17, 1900.

3. Charles Edwin', b. Nov. 24-, 1875; res. Niagara,

Wis.

4. Mark Esbon", b. Sept. 22, 1878; m. Oct. ll',

1902, Frances Palmer, dau. of Lloyd and Mary
(Wilcox) Palmer, of Clayton, Wis., who was
b. Nov. 14, 1880; res. Kimberly, Wis. A dau.
b. March 19, 1906.

Children:
1. Orin P.% b. Nov. 18, 1903.

5. Frank Allen^ b. April 21, 1882; res. Niagara,

Wis.

11. Mark°, b. Sept. 25, 1823; m. (1) July 18, 1855,

Saline C. Davenport, who d. Ferrisburg, Vt., Oct.
5, 1875; m. (2) Oct. 10, 1877, Seraph J. Hitch-
cock, who d. in 1883; d. Ferrisburg, Feb. 4, 1884.

Children :
1. Charles N.', b. Sept. 20, 1857; m. (1) Oct. 18,
1887, Nellie V. Lane, who d. Nov. 13, 19OO;
m. (2) April 20, 1904, Lottie L. Smith.

Children:
1. Mary SALINE^ b. Feb. 4, 1893.

12. Martha Ann«, b. Jan. 22, 1829; m. 1855, Edward

David Lowry, lawyer, who d. Lancaster, Wis.,
in 1865; d. Lancaster, Nov. 17, 1903.

Children :

1. Edward Mallory Lowry', b. Feb. 2, 1857; m.

Sept. 28, 1881, Emma A. Waggoner, of Galena,
111.; res. Lancaster, Wis.; lawyer.

Children:

1. Charlotte Annie Lowry*, b. April 15, 1883.

2. Elizabeth Hamilton Lowry«, b. Aug. 3,

1885.

3. Edward Prindle Lowry*, b. Aug. 5, 1887.

2. Annie Lowry', b. ]\Iarch 7, 1859-

3. Ida Lowry', b. I86I; d. in infancy.



108 Prindle Genealogy.

iv. Sarah"* (twin), b. New Milford, Jan. 19, 1706-7; m. June
17, 1731, Job Gould, son of William and Abigail (Des-
borough) Gould, who was bapt. 1719; rem. to Sharon
in 1763, where he d. Feb. 27, 1795, ae. 95.

She united with the First Church, New Milford, in
1726; with the Quakers in 1731, and returned to the
First Church in 1736, and d. aft. 1750.

Children :

1. Joel Gould^ b. March 5, 1732; d. March 22, 1751.

2. Abigail Gould', b. Aug. 3, 1733; m. Dec. 20, 1752,

Abel Camp, who was b. Jan., 1729.
Children (prob. others also) :
1. Gould Camp-', b. July 22, 1760; m. Elizabeth Knox;
d. June 5, 1852.

Children {prob. others also) :
1. Abel Camp", b. Orange, Vt., April 15, 1801; m.
Charleston, Vt., Sept. 20, 1827, Charlotte Tap-
lin; d. Dec. 22, 1890.

Children {jjroh. others also) :
1. Isaac Newton Camp', b. Dec. 19, 1831; m.
Barre, Vt., Jan. 1, 1862, Flora Carpenter; d.
Chicago, 111., July 12, 1896.

Children {prob. others also) :

1. Charlotte M. Camp\ b. May 13, 1864; m.

Chicago, Jan. 5, 1886, Marvin A. Farr.
Children :

1. Newton Camp Farr', b. Dec. 25, 1887.

2. Barbara Fletcher Farr', b. Feb. l6, 1905.

2. Edward Newton Camp\ b. Sept. 20, 1869;

res. Glendnle, Ore.

3. William Carpenter Camp^ b. July 24, 1874.

4. John Camp% b. Dec. 6, 1876; d. June 28, 1888.
3. Rachel Gould', b. March 12, 1735; m. New Milford,

May 28, 1761, Zachariah Sanford, son of Nathaniel
L. and Bethiah (Stebbins) Sanford, who was b. in
Woodbury, Conn., and d. Sanford Ridge, Warren Co.,
N. Y., in 1802; d. Sanford Ridge, April 8, 1813. He
was a farmer.



Descendants of Samuel^. 109

Children :

1. Benoni Stebbins Sanford% b. March 2, 1762; m.

Prudence Bostwick.

2. Mary Sanford% b. Jan. 2, 1765; m. Charles Mc-

Donald.

3. David Sanford% b. Nov. 14, 1769; m. Amey Hartley.

4. Phebe Sanford^ b. 1770; d. ae. 3 yrs.

4. Job Goulds Jr., b. Dec. 28, 1736; m. March 24, 1767,
Martha Hurlburt, of Sharon; d. Sharon, April 19,
1794.

The inscription on his gr. st. reads: —
" Sacred to the memory of Job Gould, Junior,
who died April 19, 1794, aet. 59."



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