Hi, I can't help you Steve, but thought I'd mention a fellow I'm interested
since the surname is similar.
Robert PRUDHOM of Exeter died 7 April 1792. My ancestor Henry WAYMOUTH (a banker
and merchant of Exeter) was the major beneficiary in his will and other members
of Henry's family also benefited. PRUDHOM was evidently quite wealthy. Haven't
found anything about him, other than I think his wife might have been Susannah,
and he was probably related to the WAYMOUTHs and maybe William RENNELL / REYNELL,
attorney-at-law of Topsham Road, Exeter.
Love to hear from anyone who has any leads on this fellow.
On Thu Aug 28 12:18 , "Steve Pridham" sent:
I am a first timer here and looking for advice, I have a George PRIDHAM
(b) abt 1650 (d) 2nd Dec.1743 Parkham (no other details) with sons
1 - George (b) abt 1673 (d) 1745 Parkham.
2 - Jasper (b) 1675 Alwington (d) Aug 1752 Parkham known as Tailor of
3 - Edward (b) abt 1677 (d) 1726 Exeter known as Tailor of Exeter.
(With at least two sons as Tailors, I am guessing their father may also
be a Tailor.)
Where do I find information on the The Tailors' Company Minute Book
1601-1715 in the Exeter City Archives where apparently it shows that
completed his apprenticeship on 30 June 1698
was elected as a Single Warden on 24 June 1706
was elected as Master Warden on 28 June 1711.
I would appreciate help on this or any other information people may have
on this family.
Regards Steve in Aus.
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