I am trying to establish the link between Amos Prindle, his father who I believe was John Prindle (1756 - ) and his son, David Prindle (1801-)who married Hannah Kritsinger. I believe the father died and left two sons, Martin and Amos. The former was cared for by a Mr. Merwin of Franklin Co., Vermont. Amos(born around 1770)was removed to Westerlo, Albany Co., New York. If I am correct, the father, John Prindle, lived in New Milford, Connecticut. Any help in establlishing this link between father and son would be most appreciative.
I'm not sure I can help but you may have enough to give you some clues. I have
John Prindle/Pringle born April, 27. 1756
son of Gideon[formly known as Gomar] and Lettice Towner
Have more on Gideon. Later if you want it.
From 'Some Early Records of Vermont, written by someone named Doane
in Fairfield, Franklin Co. VT.
Sophronia daug. of Martin & Phebe died Aug. 15, 1824 age 14.
Martin in Fairfield 1800 1 male between 26 & 45 1 female under 10 and 1 female between 26 & 45.
Martin Prindle died Dec. 25 1849 age 77 [born ca. 1772.]
I'm sorry this isn't much but I can take you back to original William if you think this info might be your ancestor.
Thank you for your help and response to my question re Amos Prindle (my relative), son of John Prindle (1756-1831) and (I believe) Patience Hatch (1760- ). Martin Prindle was his brother. Both were apparently sent to live with other families at an early age. Amos was sent with a Mr. Steed to live in Waterloo, New York. Martin was sent to Vermont, to l ive with a Mr. Merwin. What happened to their father and mother, and especially Amos Prindle, I have no idea. Possibly, their father was a prisoner during the Revolutionary War. I would like to know, of course, but to date, I have had no success. Again, thank you for your help.
Went back to Prindle book.
John Prindle s. of Gideon/Lettice Towner
Martin m. Phebe Leach, he probably d. in Fairfield, Franklin Co. Vt.
Mercy m. Wm. Maxfield
Merwin b. 1806 d. 1881 Indianopolis, In.
Marquis d. 1877
m. Marcia Foster
David m. Laura Flood
Amos d. 1891 in St. Albans
m. Maria Wilson
Hannah m. Harry Maxfield
More later I hope
Made a mistake on John Prindles children, there are only two Martin and Amos. The children I had listed are Martin's children.
We have exchanged emails in the past. My ancestor Daniel Prindle (m. Sarah Jane Doman) is the brother to your Aurilla Prindle m. Joseph GOCHENOUR. I haven't been able to find any new inforamation linking Amos Prindle to John Prindle, have you?
:-) Anna Kasper
Do you have any further info on Amos? I have one Amos Prindle, son of Daniel. But, I do not know who Daniel's father is. Possibly Amos?
There are 5 men named Amos in the 1906 Prindle Genealogy but none are the son of a Daniel. Sorry, Jane
I am related to Daniel Prindle (Birth Bet. 1806–1808 in Connecticut
Death 01 Dec 1882 in Scottville, Mason, MI) who married PGM 3X Electa Fisher Conger (Birth May 1809 in Cambridge, Washington County, New York
Death 1894 in Decatur, Wise County, Texas) .
Both lived in IA, date but when they arrived is unk.
Both were widowers when they married. Daniel was m to unk (death abt 1844) and Electa m to Aaron Conger ( Birth Abt. 1812 in Cambridge, Washington County, New York
Death 22 Jul 1843 Washington (Washington County) Iowa)
Iowa, Select Marriages, 1809-1992 about Daniel Prindle
Name: Daniel Prindle
Marriage Date: 26 Dec 1844
Marriage Place: Washington, Iowa
Spouse: Electa Conger
FHL Film Number: 0969330
Reference ID: 2:3C13SGD
His child by UNK spouse d – 1844? is
Daniel T OR S DAN'L Prindle JR
1831 – 1911
His children by Electa are
1846 – 1860
1847 – 1915
His Civil War Record:
U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about Daniel Prindle
Name: Daniel Prindle
Regiment State/Origin: Iowa
Regiment Name: 11 Iowa Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded: 11th Regiment, Iowa Infantry
Rank In: Private
Rank In Expanded: Private
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Film Number: M541 roll 21
I have not been able to find out who his parents are. I know he was born in.CT for it is listed as his place of birth on census reports.
Your help solving this mystery will be appreciated.