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Ancestors of Hannah Prindle

Generation No. 1

1. Hannah Prindle, born November 25, 1796. She was the daughter of 2. Samuel Prindle and 3. Nancy Dunning. She married (1) Jacob Howe.

Notes for Jacob Howe:

Relationship based on Family Tradition that Alberts father was Jacob and Mother was Hannah

1820 - Jacob in Poultney Census with with next door Samuel Prindle

1826 - Jacob signs petition in Tinmouth, Rutland Co. VT

1828 - Jacob and wife (Hannah) Sell land on Granville / Poultney Boarder

1828 - Letter at Granville, Washington Co., NY for Jacob

1830 - Jacob, wife and 2 sons in Poultney Census living near Samuel Prindle

1835 - Jacob Leaves Poultney, Cong. Church

Children of Hannah Prindle and Jacob Howe are:

i. Albert Cyrus Howe, born August 28, 1821 in Plattsburg, NY; died December 31, 1906 in Shell, WY; married (1) Julia Ann Barker January 31, 1844 in Poultney, Vermont; married (2) Eliza Jane Lamoy February 05, 1876 in Albert Lee, Minnesota.

ii. Unknown Howe, born Bet. 1825 - 1830.

Generation No. 2

 

2. Samuel Prindle, born March 19, 1746/47 in New Milford, CT. He was the son of 4. Samuel Prindle and 5. Abigail Mudge. He married 3. Nancy Dunning November 24, 1793.

3. Nancy Dunning, died September 07, 1821 in Poultney, Rutland Co., VT.

More About Samuel Prindle:

Military service: 1775, CT LIne

More About Nancy Dunning:

Burial: East Poultney, Rutland Co., VT

Children of Samuel Prindle and Hannah Hamlin are:

i. Leander Prindle, born March 17, 1769.

ii. Samuel Prindle, born May 15, 1771.

iii. Gideon Prindle, born September 10, 1773.

iv. Sarah Prindle, born April 04, 1778.

v. Melora Prindle, born June 23, 1781.

vi. Lodema Prindle, born August 05, 1785.

vii. Laura Prindle, born July 19, 1788.

Children of Samuel Prindle and Nancy Dunning are:

i. Hannah Prindle, born November 25, 1796; married Jacob Howe.

ii. Mills Prindle, born September 07, 1794.

iii. Abigail Prindle, born May 18, 1799.

iv. Cynthia Rodgers Prindle, born June 19, 1802.

Generation No. 3

4. Samuel Prindle, died in New Milford, CT. He was the son of 8. Samuel Prindle and 9. Dorothy Plum. He married 5. Abigail Mudge September 12, 1744.

5. Abigail Mudge (Source: Lyman S. Shreeve, The Hamlin Family, (Exira, Iowa. 1902. (Private)).), born November 28, 1712 in Hebron CT. She was the daughter of 10. Ebenezer Mudge and 11. Abigail Fuller.

Notes for Samuel Prindle:

He united with the First Church in 1726, and in 1731 was one of the nineteen who left that Church and united with the Quakers; and in 1743, together with his two brothers, John and Daniel, became an Episcopalian.

More About Samuel Prindle:

Baptism: March 1719/20

Notes for Abigail Mudge:

"Mudge Family" says that Samuel and Abigail Prinle sign as heirs of the late Ebenezer Mudge, deceased, May 19, 1758, and acknowledge same at New MIlford, in 1759.

Children of Samuel Prindle and Abigail Mudge are:

i. Samuel Prindle, born March 19, 1746/47 in New Milford, CT; married (1) Hannah Hamlin June 08, 1768 in New Milford, CT; married (2) Nancy Dunning November 24, 1793.

ii. Sarah Prindle, born January 27, 1742/43.

iii. Abigail Prindle, born July 20, 1745.

Generation No. 4

8. Samuel Prindle, born April 15, 1668 in New Haven, CT; died September 29, 1750 in New Milford, CT. He was the son of 16. William Prindle and 17. Mary Desbororgh. He married 9. Dorothy Plum January 01, 1698/99.

9. Dorothy Plum, born May 26, 1660; died Aft. 1736. She was the daughter of 18. John Plum.

Notes for Samuel Prindle:

His name appears on a List of Names of the Original Purchasers (109 in number) and Proprietors of the Township of New Milford, April 1706. He was one of the first twelve settlers of New Milford which was organized in October, 1712, and where he appears as a signer of the petition in 1711.

John Noble, Sr., laid out Mr. Prindle's first forty acres, on Second Hill before 1714, and on the Right of William Fowler, which was described as "lying upon the westerly side of the Second Hill at a place called Prindle's Pitch, 80 rods on the square, common land on all sides."

In 1721, William Fowler deeded his Right, including this land improved, and another piece at the south end of the village, to Samuel Prindle and Joseph Bostwick. Mr Prindle had paid all the charges against this Right for seven years, by which he secured one-half the right to himself. His dwelling stood at the south end of the village.

He and his wife united with the First Church there in 1720, but, with six of their children (John, Samuel, Jr., Sarah, Elizabeth, Dorothy and Daniel) are named in the Record of the Church book as "Sundry Members who fell away to Quakerism in ye year 1731 and 1732." Eight years after he returned to the First Church, but she had returned in 1736. It appears that the three sons left the Quakers and united with the Episcopal Church in 1743, the records of which show that on March 17, 1743, it was "Voted upon the desire of John Prindle, Samuel Prindle, David Prindle" (and nine others) "to grant them a piece of land in the street east of Mr. Samuel Prindle's house, upon the hill near where the old pound used to stand, sixty feet in length and forty feet in bredth, in orderto build a Church of England upon, and for no other purpose."

Will of Samuel Prindle

To Samuel and John, "my tract or parcel of Land lying at ye three mile

brook, to be equally divided between them."

To Daniel, "my tract or piece of land lying at Two Mile Brook on ye west

side of ye Country Rhoad to him and his heirs forever."

Inventory, dated October 10, 1750, was valued at 842 pounds, 17

schillings, and no pence by Dobson Wheeler & John Warner, "Prisors." In the distribution of the estate, made November 16, 1750, there was included, in

Samuel's share: One Indian Field Lott........185-00-00 (pds,schl,penc) half right of undivided land...............................12-00-00

John's share: 30 acres of land on candlewood mountain...75-00-00, half right of undivided land...........................12-00-00, 8 acres of land to lay out...............................24-00-00, 5 acres bought of Joseph Peck...................25-00-00

Daniel's share: a piece of land joining to that was ye deceased's

Homestead att ye North east corner..........................................180-00-00

"The following acquitances were presented to be recorded, December 18,

1750," of Samuel Prindle

John Prindle Dobson Wheeler and Joseph Prindle, Witnesses.

William Hutchens

Elizabeth Hutchens

Benj. Brown

Abigail Brown

Dorothy Benedict Dobson Wheeler and Job Goold, Witnesses.

Job Goold

Sarah x (her mark) Gould Dobson Wheeler and Benj'n Ferris,

Witnesses.

 

His will was dated New Milford, November 24, 1749, "in the 23rd year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the 2nd," and probated at Woodbury, Conn., October 30, 1750. sons Samuel, John and Daniel were named as executors, and beloved daughters Elizabeth, Sarah, Dorothy, Mary and Obedience were named as beneficiaries.

He was a successful farmer living in the south part of the village, and had a family of eleven children, who married into good families, and were active citizens.

 Children of Samuel Prindle and Dorothy Plum are:

i. Samuel Prindle, died in New Milford, CT; married (1) Sarah Phippeny January 06, 1739/40 in New Milford, CT; married (2) Abigail Mudge September 12, 1744.

ii. John Prindle.

iii. Sarah Prindle.

iv. Elizabeth Prindle, born October 27, 1700.

v. Dorothy Prindle.

vi. Daniel Prindle.

vii. Obedience Prindle.

10. Ebenezer Mudge, born February 26, 1682/83 in North Hampton, MA; died May 19, 1759 in New Milford, CT. He was the son of 20. Micah Mudge and 21. Mary Alexander. He married 11. Abigail Fuller January 13, 1708/09.

11. Abigail Fuller, born February 17, 1690/91 in Malden, MA; died in New Lebanon, CT.

Children of Ebenezer Mudge and Abigail Fuller are:

i. Abigail Mudge, born November 28, 1712 in Hebron CT; married (1) David Skinner; married (2) Samuel Prindle September 12, 1744.

ii. Ebanezer Mudge, born October 23, 1709.

iii. Mary Mudge, born March 30, 1711.

iv. Elizabeth Mudge, born July 31, 1714.

v. Samuel Mudge, born May 04, 1716.

vi. Martha Mudge, born October 04, 1720.

vii. Micah Mudge, born March 06, 1717/18.

viii. Joseph Mudge, born May 28, 1722.

ix. Jarvis Mudge, born 1723.

x. Deborah Mudge.

xi. Abraham Mudge, born June 16, 1728.

xii. Sarah Mudge.

Generation No. 5

16. William Prindle. He married 17. Mary Desbororgh.

17. Mary Desbororgh.

Child of William Prindle and Mary Desbororgh is:

i. Samuel Prindle, born April 15, 1668 in New Haven, CT; died September 29, 1750 in New Milford, CT; married (1) Dorothy Plum January 01, 1698/99; married (2) Sarah Chapman March 31, 1747 in New Milford, CT.

18. John Plum, born May 26, 1660; died Aft. 1736.

Child of John Plum is:

i. Dorothy Plum, born May 26, 1660; died Aft. 1736; married Samuel Prindle January 01, 1698/99.

 

20. Micah Mudge, born 1650. He was the son of 40. Jarvis Mudge and 41. Rebeca Elsen. He married 21. Mary Alexander September 23, 1670 in Northhampton, MA.

21. Mary Alexander, born October 20, 1648. She was the daughter of 42. George Alexander and 43. Susannah Unknown.

Children of Micah Mudge and Mary Alexander are:

i. Ebenezer Mudge, born February 26, 1682/83 in North Hampton, MA; died May 19, 1759 in New Milford, CT; married Abigail Fuller January 13, 1708/09.

ii. Elizabeth Mudge, born October 10, 1673.

iii. Sarab Mudge.

iv. Moses Mudge.

v. Abigail Mudge.

vi. Thankful Mudge.

vii. Susannah Mudge.

viii. Martha Mudge.

Generation No. 6

40. Jarvis Mudge, died 1653. He married 41. Rebeca Elsen 1649.

41. Rebeca Elsen.

Notes for Jarvis Mudge:

JARVIS MUDGE,1 came from England to Boston, about 1638; was in Hartford,

Barnstable to Rochester, Mass.; thence to Westchester, Ct., where he was a member of the church, 1629.(*) She was dismissed to the church in Sharon, May 18, 1740. The history of Sharon states that he was an early settler there, from Wareham, Mass., and lived near Mrs. Hunts, afterwards in the hollow near the Iron works, of which he was part owner; and he lived a while near the head of Mudge's Pond. He was a carpenter; was chosen highway surveyor at the first election in Sharon, Dec. 11, 1739. The birth of his oldest child is recorded in Colchester, and it is supposed the four oldest children were born Ct., 1640; New London, 1649. In the latter year he m. widow Rebecca Elsen, of Wethersfield, Ct.; and d. early in 1653.

Children:

MICAH, b. 1650.

MOSES, " 1652

More About Jarvis Mudge:

Immigration: 1638, From England to Boston, was in Hartford

Children of Jarvis Mudge and Rebeca Elsen are:

i. Micah Mudge, born 1650; married Mary Alexander September 23, 1670 in Northhampton, MA.

42. George Alexander. He married 43. Susannah Unknown.

43. Susannah Unknown.

Child of George Alexander and Susannah Unknown is:

i. Mary Alexander, born October 20, 1648; married Micah Mudge September 23, 1670 in Northhampton, MA.