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Harmon V. Prentice of Clockville, Madison Co., NY

Harmon V. Prentice of Clockville, Madison Co., NY
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Winter 2004 and Revised 16 May 2011

1. Harmon V. Prentice was b. c. 1795, perhaps in Clockville, Madison Co., NY. With his uncommon first name, he is likely the same person as Harmon F. Prentice (the F could be read as a V), b. c. 1790-1800, who appears in the 1830 census in Lenox, Madison Co., NY.

He m. Jane. Known children:

  1. Mary Jane Prentice, b. c. 1819, perhaps Clockville, Madison Co., NY.. . . [2]
  2. Martha C. Prentice, b. c. 1820, perhaps Clockville, Madison Co., NY. She m. Henry J. Van Dusen in Sep 1841, Albion, Orleans Co., NY. He was b. c. 1820, perhaps Clockville.

2. Mary Jane Prentice, b. c. 1819, perhaps Clockville, Madison Co., NY.

She m., as his 3rd wife, John Baker Lee on 8 Oct 1840, Albion, Orleans Co., NY. He was b. 28 Jul 1809, perhaps Clockville, and d. 17 Sep 1860. Bur. at Mt. Albion Cem., Albion. John was a Merchant and Justice of the Peace Albion,Orleans County,New York. Ancestor charts for him can be found at Ancestry.com . Children:

  1. Mary Adelaide Lee, b. 13 May 1842 and d. 10 Nov 1872. She m. Daniel H. Pinney on 22 Nov 1865. The had 1 or more children, including:
    1. William Lee Pinney
  2. John Baker Lee, b. 29 Jun 1844 and d. 30 Aug 1911 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL. Bur. in Mt. Albion Cem., Albion. He was a Hardware Merchant, East Saginaw, Saginaw Co., MI. He m. Nannie M. She was b. c. 1848. Children:
    1. John B. Lee.
    2. William Glidden Lee
    3. Mary Lee
  3. Kate Lee, b. 5 Apr 1850 and d. 1 Jun 1857. Bur. Mt. Albion Cemetery, Albion.
  4. Alice Wheat Lee, b. 2 Jul 1853

Who are Harmon V. Prentice's Parents?

We have not yet identified Harmon's father, but there seems to be a good chance that he is a son of Lymon/Lyman Prentice, b. c. 1770-80, who is also living in Lenox, Madison Co., NY in the 1830 census. Lyman is the son of Elkanah Prentice, a descendant of Robert Prentice.

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