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Re: clark & catherine sager Pringle
Posted by: Susan Johnson (ID *****1417) Date: December 09, 2010 at 21:45:39
In Reply to: Re: clark & catherine sager Pringle by Mavis Sager of 1568

Re: Clark & Catherine (née Sager) Pringle
1.) Regarding CATHERINE SAGER:
Wondering if you have seen the short story written
by Catherine Sager Pringle (c. 1860)? Think
this could be the same Catherine Sager but not
sure: "THE WEST - Across the Plains in 1844"
2.) Regarding CLARK PRINGLE:

Think the following might be his lineage as far as I can figure... so far....:

****Clark-1 Spencer Pringle
....b 17 Apr 1830 St. Charles, Warren Co., Missouri
....d 19 Oct 1914 Spokane, Spokane Co., Washington
....m'd Catherine Carney "Katie" Sager (1835 Ohio - 1910 WA)
....d/o Henry Sager (b 1805 VA) & Naomi Carney (b 1807 VA)
....children (1852 to 1871): Kate Virgilia, Franklin Fletcher, Marcus Willard, Orville Clark, Sanford Stanley, Anna Louise, Lucia Naomi

****Virgil-2 Kellogg Pringle
....b 1804 of Missouri
....d 24 Mar 1887 Marion Co.,(wp 1891 Michigan Co.)Oregon
....m'd Pherne Tabitha Brown (1813 of Missouri - 1891 Ore.)
....d/o Rev. Clark Brown (b 1771 CT) & Tabitha Moffatt
....children (1828 to 1851): Virgilia Eliza, Clark Spencer, Octavus Manthano, Albro Moffatt, Sarelia Lucia, Emma Pherne, Oliver, Mary Ellen.

Norman-3 Pringle
....b 21 Feb 1782 Harwinton, Litchfield Co., Connecticut
....m'd Sally Kellogg
....children: (1804 to 1824): Virgil Kellogg, Mark Spencer, Lucy Jeanette, Catherine Juliet, Sally Hellen, Harriett Maria, Hulda Aurelia, Norman Octavius, Charles Warren.

Charles-4 Pringle
....b 12 Aug 1756 LItchfield Co., Connecticut
....m'd Huldah Spencer
....children (1782 to 1795): Norman, Lucy, Charles, Thata

Mark-5 Pringle
....b 9 Mar 1733 New Milford, Litchfield Co., Connecticut
....d 1792 Litchfield, Litchfield Co., Connecticut
....m'd 3 Nov 1755 Lois Marsh (1730-1818 of CT)
....d/o Col. Ebenezer Marsh (1701-1773) & Deborah Buell
....children (1756 to 1765): Charles, Lois, Wm., Mark, Phoebe, Gideon.

John-6 Prindle/Pringle ('Merchant')
....b 12 Sep 1704 Milford Village, New Haven, CT
....m'd 5 Feb 1730 Martha Prime (b 24 Aug 1712)
....children (1730 to 1760): Joseph, James, Gomaris/Gideon, Mark, Amos, John Aaron, Lyman, Martin.

Samuel-7 Prindle/Pringle
....b 15 Apr 1668 Milford Village, New Haven, CT
....d 20 Sep 1750 New Milford, New Haven, CT
....m'd 1699 Dorothy Plumb/Plum (1679- aft. 1736 New Haven)
....d/o John Sr. Plumb (1646-1728) & Elizabeth Norton
....children (1700 to 1716): Elizabeth, Samuel, John, Sarah, Dorothy, Daniel, Abigail, Mary, Obedience.
Note: Other marriages Sarah Chapman 31 Mar 1747 and Rebecca Burns or Barns..

William-8 Pringle
....b poss. 31 Jul 1628 of Stow, Midlothian, Scotland
....d 5 Jun 1689/90 West Haven, CT
....m'd 7 Dec 1655 Mary Desborough (1632/36 to 1700)
....poss. d/o Isaac Jr. (or Samuel?? who m'd Dorothy Whitfield)
....children (1656 to 1672): Phoebe, John, Mary, Ebenezer, Sgt. Joseph Farmer, Jonathan (DI), Sarah (DY), Samuel, Eleazer, Hannah, Joanna (DI)

Oregon trail internet site
See under trail stories: The story of Clark and Tabitha Brown by Stafford Hazelett of Oregon, Clark pringle's grandchild; It gave "Tabitha's age as 66 in 1846 when they did the Oregon Trail and her daughter Pherne (Brown) Pringle with children ages 7 to 18 in 1846. Tabitha founded Pacific University, then called Tualitin Academy;
Stafford Hazelett, Aug 98 infospace internet."
3. 1870 Sep 24 US census Sand Ridge Pct., Linn Co., Ore.
FN#119: Clark S. Pringle, age 40, farmer b Missouri, etc.
4. 1880 Jun 11 US census Ochoco Pct., Wasco Co., Ore.
C.S. Pringle, age 50, farmer, b Missouri, fb Iowa, mb Virginia, etc.
5. Marriage records by Linda Pingel (New Milford)
6. "22336" by G.B.P.J. Loftus
7. "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" compiled by
Clarence Almon Torrey.
8. List of the 109 original purchasers and "Proprietors of the township of New Milford"
9. 1711 "Petition".
10. The "WILL OF SAMUEL PRINDLE" inventoried 10 Oct 1750.
12. "The Beecher Family Genealogy" Reuben Beecher Hughes, 1898
13. Scotland's People website: Stow Parish records.
14. William Pringle, of Scotland: 1654 Apr 4 Oath of Fidelity in New Haven. SOURCE:
15. SOURCE: Savage Volume, Page PRINGLE, William
16. (Estelle Pringle)
17. (Wayne Barnes)
18. (Beecher/Shaw)
19. "A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to USSA" by Donald Whyte
20. "New Haven Colonial Records"
21. "National Cyclopaedia of American Biography"
22. "Ancestory of Samuel Relf Durand" by Samuel R. Durand handwritten ca.1950-1992
Pges 267-268:
23. FOR PRINGLE'S IN SCOTLAND, see "History of the Pringle's by Alexander Pringle, M.A." (Scotland): "Stow Parish: Between 1628 and 1757 Pringle appears to be a dominant name in the parish as between these dates the births of some 200 children of the surname Pringle appear in the parish register."

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