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George Prentice of Whitburn, Linlithgowshire, Scotland

George Prentice of Whitburn, Linlithgowshire, Scotland
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Summer 2008 and Revised 12 May 2008

We found the following information at Ancestry.com and have supplemented it with census information and information from our extensive database:

1. George Prentice was b. c. 1870 in Whitburn, Linlithgowshire, Scotland. He appears with his wife in the 1901 census in Glasgow St. John, Lanarkshire, living at 126 Sword Street as a Hatters Salesman.. He is probably the George Prentice shown in the 1901 census in

He m. Margaret McAlpine Watson. She was b. 1876 and d. 1947, dau. of (1847-1906) and Margaret Crichton (1846-1917).

Children of George and Margaret:

  1. Margaret C Prentice, b. 30 Oct 1901 and d. bef. 1955, Campbeltown.
  2. Andrew Prentice, b. 4 Feb 1904, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, and d. 1952, Rothesay. . . . . . . [2]
  3. Daniel Watson Prentice, b. 19 Jan 1909.
  4. Helen Donaldson Prentice, b. 7 Sep 1914 and d. 25 Dec 1952, Glasgow.

2. Andrew Prentice, b. 4 Feb 1904, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, and d. 1952, Rothesay.

He m. Margaret A. M. Kincaid on 12 Jun 1929, London. She was b. 30 May 1904, London, and d. 12 Jun 1929, Rothesay. Children:

  1. (dau.) Prentice. She m. Robert Sutherland and had:
    1. (dau.) Sutherland. She m. Danny and had 2 sons.
    2. (son) Sutherland. He m. 3 times and by his 3rd wife had a son.
  2. (dau.) Prentice. She m. Mr. Oram and had:
    1. (dau.) Oram
    2. (son) Oram
    3. (dau.) Oram

Who are George Prentice's Parents?

Since George named 2 his children Andrew and Helen, he is quite likely the son of Andrew Prentice (b. c. 1837 in Mid Calder, Edinburgh) and Helen (b. c. 1838, Bo'ness, Linlithgow) who appear in the 1881 census in Shotts, Lanarkshire.

Andrew and Helen are #2 in our article about John Prentice of Mid Calder and George is #2vi.

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