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Re: Pringle Family of Perrysburg
Posted by: Barbara Hoffmann (ID *****2390) Date: November 28, 2004 at 12:28:27
In Reply to: Pringle Family of Perrysburg by Jeff Pringle of 718

I did a little additional checking in my reference books- apparently Alexander and his wife Lydia are buried in Hufford Cemetery. This is a small family cemetery off Rte. 795 in Perrysburg Twp. According to the tombstone inscription book I have, Alexander PRINGLE was b.1834 d. 1890. His wife Lydia E. was b.1847 d. 1897. The infants Joel (1872) & Olive Pearl (1890-1891) are also buried there, as well as a William PRINGLE (1822-1854) who may be a brother or uncle of Alexander's? The year 1854 may be significant, as there was a cholera epidemic which wiped out a large portion of Perrysburg's population.
Santford PRINGLE (1876-June 1953)is buried at Ft. Meigs Cemetery in Perrysburg. There are several other PRINGLEs in the same lot- Grace E. (1881-Nov 1957), Gordon, Jr.(1932-Nov 1937), an infant of Gordon, (buried 6 Apr 1946), Donald (bur.17 Jul 1933), and Norman F. (1907-June 1927).
You might want to follow up on the connection with the HUFFORD family, as there are several people researching that line, and you may be able to obtain additional information on your PRINGLEs.

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