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Thomas PRENTICE
Sarah STANTON
Husband:  Thomas PRENTICE
Birth:  22 Jan 1649, Newton, Middlesex Co., MA
Death:  19 Apr 1684, Lancaster, Worcester Co., MA
Disposition:  buried Newton, Middlesex Co., MA 
Father:  Capt. Thomas PRENTICE
Mother:  Grace BULL
Marriage:  20 Mar 1675/6, Stonington, New London, CT
Wife:  Sarah STANTON
Birth:  1653/4, Stonington, New London Co., CT or 1655, Pequoit, CT
Death:  7 Aug 1713 (age 59), New London, New London Co., CT or Stonington
Other spouse:  m2. Capt. William DENISON of Stonington
Other children:  William DENISON (bap. 1686), Sarah DENISON (bap. 1698), George DENISON (bap. 1692)
Father:  Capt. Thomas STANTON
Mother:  Ann LORD
Children:
1.  Thomas PRENTICE, b. 13 Jan 1676
2.  Grace PRENTICE
3.  Samuel PRENTICE, b. ca. 1680
4.  John PRENTICE, b. 1682


Sources: 

1.  Charles Henry Pope.  1897.  The Cheney Genealogy. (Self-published) Barta Press, Boston (online at GenealogyLibrary.com).  For a footnote on Capt. Thomas, click here

2.  Descendants of Thomas Prentice at PrenticeNet.com.

3.  Stanton and Related Families by Brian Bonner Mavrogeorge. [link died]

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