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James Pearl Prindle was from Batavia, Illinois. He graduated from Allegheny College in 1898.
Photo from 1898 Kaldron, Allegheny College yearbook.
More information on James Pearl Prindle Jr. and the Prindle family from Edith Stevens firstname.lastname@example.org - granddaughter of Jason Richards Pringle, brother to James Pearl Prindle Sr. Thanks to Jean, another cousin of James Pearl Prindle Jr., for putting us in touch Edith Stevens.
James Pearl Prindle, Jr. was born 27 Jun 1876, the son of James Pearl Prindle Sr.and Mary Cornell. He married Elizabeth Patton in Oct 1901 in Meadville. The were the parents of two sons.
His father, James Pearl Prindle Sr. was born in Bennington, NY on March 9, 1841 to Abijah Legore Prindle and Miriam Caroline Pearl. James Pearl Prindle Sr. married Mary Cornell 24 Sept 1867 in Evanston, IL. They were the parents of:
1. Albro Bishop Prindle b. 22 Apr 1869 m. at Batavia, Ill, 4 Oct 1894 to Bertha Hollister, no children
2. Martha Caroline Prindle b. 3 Jul 1872 m. at Batavia, Ill 27 Feb 1900 to Eden Chauncey Griffin, 1 daughter
3. James Pearl Prindle, Jr. (photographed above)
4. Carl Prindle b. 10 Oct 1882 d. 10 Aug 1883.
James Pearl Prindle Sr. died 7 Mar 1916 in Batavia, IL.
Additional information on the Prindle Family's connection to Allegheny College:
Don Carlos Newton, son of Levi and Rachael Cooley Newton was born in Alexander, NY, 28 May 1832. He became a student at Allegheny College in Meadville, PA. On 27 Oct 1853 he married Miss Mary M. Prindle in Bennington, NY. He died 8 Oct 1893 in Batavia, Ill. His widow Mrs. Mary Prindle Newton gave the Observatory at Allegheny College in Meadville in memory of her husband.
Mrs. Mary Prindle Newton was the sister of James Pearl Prindle, Sr., who was the father of James Pearl Prindle, Jr. who graduated from Allegheny College in 1898. A sister of Mrs. Mary Prindle Newton, Lucy Richards Prindle, married Elisha Foote. Among their children was Jennie M. Foote b. 5 Sept 1863 in Chicago, Ill. who married Rev. William H. Crawford, who was President of Allegheny College for many years.