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Updating C. J. F. Binney's 1883 Classic

For a hundred years, the authoritative work on families named PRENTICE, PRENTIS and PRENTISS has been C. J. F. Binney's 1883 HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF THE PRENTICE FAMILY IN NEW ENGLAND.

NEW eBOOKS: You can now get the newest version of that book for your computer. Our present PRENTICE books are eBooks, each covering a different Prentice (Prentis, Prentiss) line. Each is a computer-readable document which you can read on your computer screen. It is distributed as an email attachment so there are no mailing costs. A major advantage of our eBook is that you can print out your own hard copy and put it in your own binder or binding. You can also easily revise it in your computer's word processing program to add new information as you find it.

Whereas Binney's 1883 book had an 1883 cutoff, the new eBooks continues family lines down to the present time. It uses the standard NEHGR numbering system which gives each person a unique number.

Using your computer's "search" function, within seconds you can find not only names, but also places, dates, events., births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. It also contains biographical material where known.

You may contact us at the Prentice Newsletter

Or write to:

    Linus Joseph Dewald, Jr.
    7472 Whistlestop Way
    Roseville, CA 95747-8353
    Tel. (916) 791-0405

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