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Excerpt from Prime: The Descendants of James Prime, Who Was at Milford, Conn., In 1644; With Some Names in Allied Families

The Prime family formerly of Bowler, Mass, descend ants of Mark Prime, are supposed to be of the same fam ily as these, the descendants of James Prime. M... Læs mere

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76
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01-10-2016
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Excerpt from Prime: The Descendants of James Prime, Who Was at Milford, Conn., In 1644; With Some Names in Allied Families

The Prime family formerly of Bowler, Mass, descend ants of Mark Prime, are supposed to be of the same fam ily as these, the descendants of James Prime. Mark Prime and James Prime, believed to have been brothers, both came to America together or nearly together, and each consorted with the same kind of people - emigrants who apparently came from Yorkshire, England, and there is reason to think that another member of the same fam ily settled in North Carolina about the same time. The members of the family descended from Mark Prime we know all about. Any information tending to confirm the belief stated, as to the North Carolina settler, and infer mation of any living representatives of that family, will be gratefully received by the writer of these pages.

The name Prime appears here and there in other lines, which most diligent effort fails to trace, and if such he long to the family of James or Mark, that fact has not yet been made to appear. It is possible that the name so used by such, is not in its original form.

The small number of persons of the name Prime, in the eight generations whose names appear on these pages, is remarkable, when we regard the much greater number in almost every American family of as long residence in this country. It may be, and probably is, a fact, that there are persons whose names should appear, whom it has not been possible to find. The writer at times heard of the name, at different periods in the past, as the name of persons residing in the. Northern part of New York State, also in Iowa, also in Oregon, who may be entitled to a place in this record, but he has not been able by inquiries and letters to materialize them. Any information of any such persons, he will be glad to receive.

Blanks and spaces are necessarily: left in the record on these pages where no information has been obtained of a date, or a place, or a name. To those ii ho can fill these blanks, the book will hamade more satisfactory, and the compiler will be glad to have the information which will make every part of the record complete and perfect.

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