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Vincent Prentiss of England and Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York


Vincent Prentiss of England and Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Spring 2008 and Revised 5 2011

Vincent Prentis is probably the Vincent Prentis who is #9.5 in our Spring 2001 article entitled Prentices of Bilton Ainsty, etc. . For now, that article replaces this article.

1. Vincent Prentiss was b. c. 1865, England. He first appears in the 1900 and 1910 census in Brooklyn Ward 29, Kings Co., NY, with his wife and family. Not in 1920 census. He emigrated in from England to the U. S. in 1883 at the age of about 18 years. He d. before the 1920 census.

He m. Kate (Heywood?), b. c. 1869, England. She emigrated from England to the U. S. in 1889 at the age of about 20 years. Late appears as a widow in the 1920 and 1930 census in Brookhaven, Suffolk Co., NY. Children:

  1. Margaret Prentiss, b. c. 1890, NY. At home in Brooklyn in 1900 and 1910 census (indexed in 1910 as Marjorie).
  2. Constance Prentiss, b. c. 1894, NY. At home in Brooklyn in 1900 and 1910 census. Living with her widowed mother in the 1920 census in Brookhaven, Suffolk Co., NY. She appears in the home of her mother as Constance Asha, wife of William Asha (b. c. 1890, NY). Neither appear in the SSDI. Daughter:
    1. Marjorie Asha, b. c. 1926, NY. At home in 1930.
  3. Kate Prentiss, b. c. 1898, NY. At home in Brooklyn in 1900 and 1910 census.
  4. Edward V. Prentiss, b. c. 1901, NY. At home in Brooklyn in 1910 census. Living with his widowed mother in the 1920 and 1930 census in Brookhaven, Suffolk Co., NY. Not in SSDI.

Living with the family in the 1900 and 1910 Brooklyn census was Ada Heywood, b. c. 1872, England, emigrated in 1892, and called a sister-in-law.

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