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Charles C. Prentice, Peru, Indiana

Charles C. Prentice of Peru, Miami Co., Indiana
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Winter 1999 and Revised 18 Dec 2008

Revised 18 Dec 2008: Charles C. Prentise is probably the son of #273 in our Henry eBook, Joseph Reed Prentiss, b. 26 Nov 1818, Milo, NY, and Mary C. Center on 6 Mar 1840, Greenfield, Huron Co., OH. That material now replaces this article.

Charles C. Prentice, b. c. 1843, OH, appears in the 1880 Peru, Miami Co., Indiana census with his wife, May M., b c. 1849, OH, and children:
  1. Arthur Prentice, b. c. 1877, IN. Since his father is named Charles and may name a son after himself, Arthur's full name might be Charles Arthur Prentice. If so, he may be the C. A. Prentiss, b. c. 1877, IN who appears in the 1920 Cedar Rapids, IA (not in 1930 census) census with his wife, Carrie Lee, b. c. 1882, MA and son:
    1. Paul Edward Prentiss, b. c. 1909, IL. He appears in the 1930 census in Chicago, Cook Co., IL as an unmarried lodger in the home of Cornelius G. McCarthy.
  2. Nellie Prentice, b. c. 1879, IN

Who are Charles C. Prentice's Parents?

Charles C. Prentice might be the Charles C. Prentiss who is #157/273i in our PRENTICE book. According to the 1850 AND 1860 Ridgefield, Huron Co., OH census Charles was born in OH and his father, Joseph Reed Prentiss, is known to have lived in Fort Wayne, Allen Co., Indiana which abuts, and lies just south of, Noble and De Kalb Counties.

Although conjectural, and based solely on the fact that Charles named a son "Arthur," Charles might be a sibling of John Prentice, the father of Marvin Arthur Prentice .

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