Oliver Pringle1

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     Oliver Pringle married Esther Unknown before 1929.

Child of Oliver Pringle and Esther Unknown

Citations

  1. [S220] ABQJournal Online, online http://www.abqjournal.com, Nancy Lee Willis, ABQJournal Obituraries, published November 19, 2009, Albuquerque Journal newspaper, accessed 12 Nov 2012.

Mary A. Proctor1

F, b. 1854, d. 1895
     Mary A. Proctor was born in 1854 at Logan County, Kentucky.1 She married James W. Stowers circa 1870. She died in 1895 at USA.1

Child of Mary A. Proctor and James W. Stowers

Citations

  1. [S153] Simpson County Historical Society, Simpson County Families, Milliken, Pg. 376.

Mary Whelan Prue1

F, b. 6 December 1908, d. 8 March 2009
     Mary Whelan Prue was born on 6 December 1908 at Texas.1 She married Richard Currier before 1935.2 She and Richard Currier were divorced in 1936.2 She married Edward Mortimer Morris Warburg, son of Felix Moritz Warburg and Frieda Schiff, in 1939.1 She died on 8 March 2009 at Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, at age 100.1 Mary Warburg, a Noted Philanthropist, Dies at 100

Mary Warburg, a noted philanthropist, died Sunday in Norwalk, Conn. She was 100 and lived in Wilton, Conn.

Her daughter, Daphne Astor, confirmed the death. Mrs. Warburg previously resided in Manhattan and Westport, Conn.

The widow of Edward M. M. Warburg, a member of the Warburg banking family and a prominent patron of the arts, Mrs. Warburg was involved over the years as a supporter or board member of many charitable organizations, among them the Henry Street Settlement; the United Negro College Fund; the Institute of International Education; the Association for Homemaker Service, a social welfare agency; and the Hole in the Wall Camps, the network of camps for seriously ill children founded by Paul Newman. She was also long active in Democratic Party circles.

Mary Whelan Prue was born in Texas on Dec. 6, 1908; she was reared on her father’s sheep ranch south of Hope, N.M., in the last days of the New Mexico Territory and the early days of statehood. At 7, she fired a shotgun at the revolutionary general Pancho Villa as he tore through the ranch on a raid, her daughter said. She did not hit him.

When Mary was 13 or 14, she left school and with her older sister, Edwina, settled in New York, where they worked as fashion models. Mary was later an assistant fashion editor at Vogue magazine. An early marriage, to Richard Currier, ended in divorce in 1936.

In 1939, she married Mr. Warburg, a founder of the Jewish Museum; the Museum of Modern Art; and the American Ballet, the precursor of the New York City Ballet. During World War II, Mrs. Warburg worked with the United States Office of Inter-American Affairs, which conducted agricultural, health and cultural exchanges.

Mr. Warburg died in 1992. Mrs. Warburg’s sister, Edwina d’Erlanger, the widow of Baron Leo d’Erlanger, died in 1994.

Besides her daughter, Mrs. Astor, of Hatley St. George, England, Mrs. Warburg is survived by a son, David Warburg, of Sebastopol, Calif; eight grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. A son from Mrs. Warburg’s first marriage, Stephen Currier, disappeared with his wife in 1967 aboard a private plane flying over the Caribbean Sea.2

Citations

  1. [S272] Ron Chernow, The Warburgs, Family Tree illustration, Copyright: 1993, Karl, Anita and Jim Kemp.
  2. [S96] NY Times, Mary Warburg obituary, Published: 11 Mar 2009, Reported By: Margalit Fox, Accessed: 16 Feb 2014 (http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/12/nyregion/12warburg.html).

Elizabeth A. Pruitt1

F, b. circa 1835
     Elizabeth A. Pruitt was born circa 1835 at Alabama.1 She married David Monah Hallmark, son of John Hallmark and Amy Anna Satterwhite, circa 1855 at USA.1

Citations

  1. [S112] Arkansas Roots, online http://www.arkansas-roots.com/, Satterwhite Family History (http://www.arkansas-roots.com/satterwhite/p7.htm).

William Pryor1

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     William Pryor married Nancy Milliken, daughter of Spencer Milliken and Elizabeth Ramsey, after 1838.2

Citations

  1. [S86] Rev. Gideon Tibbitts Ridlon Sr., History of the Families Millingas, Addenda to Pg.477 "Millikens of Orange Co., No. Carolina."
  2. [S86] Rev. Gideon Tibbitts Ridlon Sr., History of the Families Millingas, Addenda to Pg.487 "Millikens of Orange Co., No. Carolina."

Michael Thomas Pullen1

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Child of Michael Thomas Pullen

Citations

  1. [S356] OTMJ, online, Weddings: Crow - Pullen; Originally published: 2 Jun 2015; Accessed: 14 Jun 2019 (https://www.otmj.com/crow-pullen-2/).

Travis Michael Pullen1

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     Travis Michael Pullen is the son of Michael Thomas Pullen.1 He and Caroline Milliken Crow were engaged in November 2014 at USA.2 He married Caroline Milliken Crow, daughter of Warren Baker Crow IV and Nan Mottley Milliken, on 7 March 2015 at Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama.1

Citations

  1. [S356] OTMJ, online, Weddings: Crow - Pullen; Originally published: 2 Jun 2015; Accessed: 14 Jun 2019 (https://www.otmj.com/crow-pullen-2/).
  2. [S356] OTMJ, online, Weddings: Crow - Pullen; Originally published: 9 Dec 2014; Accessed: 14 Jun 2019 (https://www.otmj.com/crow-pullen/).

John Pyle

M, b. 8 April 1723, d. 1 January 1804
     John Pyle was born on 8 April 1723 at Concord, Chester County, Pennsylvania. He married Sarah Baldwin in 1744 at Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. He died on 1 January 1804 at Cane Creek Settlement, Chatham County, North Carolina, at age 80.

Child of John Pyle and Sarah Baldwin

Marietta Pyle1

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     Marietta Pyle married Roby Herbert Myers, son of William Herbert Myers, on 26 November 1919 at Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.1

Child of Marietta Pyle and Roby Herbert Myers

Citations

  1. [S154] Docstoc.com, online http://docstoc.com, "Outline Descendant Report for Henry MYERS", shared by Roscoe Parrish, posted 2, Jun 2009, accessed 25 Oct 2011.

Nicholas Pyle

M, b. 1748, d. 1829
     Further research will be required on the location of his birth. The area now known as Kentucky was originally part of Virginia and not even explored until about 1750. True settlement expansion did not begin until after the War for Independence. Nicholas Pyle was born in 1748 at Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky, further research is require as this area was not settled until well after 1750. He was the son of John Pyle and Sarah Baldwin. He married Ann Black, daughter of Johannes Hans Black and Agnes Nancy Unknown, in 1771 at South Carolina. He died in 1829 at Sangamon County, Illinois.

Child of Nicholas Pyle and Ann Black