Henry Pringle (Abt. 1798 - 04 Apr 1834)
Individual Report for Henry Pringle.
Father: John Pringle
Mother: Elizabeth Bannerman
Birth: Abt. 1798 
Death: 04 Apr 1834 in Bodlondeb, North Wales 
Burial: St. Mary and All Saints, Conwy, Wales 
Spouse: Meriel Elizabeth Sparrow
Marriage: 06 Dec 1825 in Llandegfan, Anglesey, Wales 
— "Saunders's News-Letter" 16 Aug 1811, page 3:
Mr. Pringle, son of Captain Pringle, of Caledon in the County of Tyrone, and nephew to the late General Pringle, went to witness Mr. Mathew's performance on Monday, at the Theatre Royal, which he beheld with delight. --- But a few weeks since, this young gentleman, now about 13 years of age, and his two sisters were entirely strangers to the blessings of sight; all of them having been born blind, but they are now so far recovered, that they have already learnt their letters. They were operated on by Mr. Adams, the celebrated oculist, Exeter, who we most anxiously wish will be again induced to visit this country, where, by his unrivalled skill, and his humanity to the poor, he has done so much good. Indeed, we hope, some public mark of respect will be shown to him, previous to his return, to induce him to do so. We have been informed that Capt. Pringle's family is nearly connected to our celebrated countryman Dr. Babington, Professor of Chemistry at Guy's hospital in London.
— "The Gentleman's Magazine" 1825, Volume 138, page 640:
December 6. At Llandegfan, H. Pringle, esq., of Beaumaris, Angelsea, to Meriel Eliza, dau. of Bodychan Sparrow, esq., of Leamington, co. Warwick.
— "The Cambrian" 17 Dec 1825, page 3:
On the 6th inst. at Llandegfan Church, by the Rev. Evan Lloyd, Henry Pringle, Esq of Beaumaris, Anglesea, to Meriel Eliza, fifth daughter of Bodychan Sparrow, Esq. of Leamington, in Warwickshire
— "The North Wales Chronicle and Advertiser" 12 May 1825, page 3:
On the 5th inst. at Llandegfan, in the county of Anglesey, Clarence Horatio Carey, Esq. second son of the late Colonel Carey, (Royal Artillery) to Meriel Eliza, relict of the late Henry Pringle, Esq. and fifth daughter of Bodychen Sparrow, Esq. of Leamington, Warwickshire.
— (He was an honorary member of the "Conway Friendly Society" in 1833.)
— "Cheltenham Chronicle" 10 Apr 1834, page 3:
DIED. On the 4th inst. at his residence, Bodlamdob, North Wales, Henry Pringle, Esq. son of the late J. Pringle, Esq. of Caledon, Co. Tyrone, Ireland.
— "The Gentleman's Magazine" Vol. 1, 1834, page 567:
April 4. At Bodlondeb, Carnarvon, aged 36, Henry Pringle, esq.
— "The Families of French of Belturbet and Nixon of Fermanagh and Their Descendants" by Rev. Henry Swanzy, 1908, page 129:
Henry Pringle, of Caledon, and afterwards of Bedlondell, near Conway, North Wales, m. Meriel Elizabeth, 7th dau. of Bodychan Sparrow, son of Henry Sparrow, of Red Hill, High Sheriff of Anglesey, 1773. He d.s.p. 4 April, 1834, and she m. 2nd, 1835, Horatio Clarence Carey, son of Colonel Carey, R.A.
— "The Conway Parish Registers" Vol. 1, 1900, page 379:
71.– On north wall of nave are three tablets as follows, beginning west.
To the memory of
Henry Pringle Esq.
Son of the late John Pringle Esq. of Caledon
Co. Tyrone Ireland.
Much beloved, & sincerely lamented
The Lord gave & the Lord hath taken away
Blessed be the name of the Lord.
— Tombstone Inscription at Church of St. Mary and All Saints, Conwy, Wales:
to the memory of
HENRY PRINGLE Esquire (only son
of the late JOHN PRINGLE Esquire
of Caledon in the County of Tyrone)
who departed this life at Bodlon-
deb on the 4th day of April 1834
Aged 36 years.
MARIA PRINGLE eldest Daughter of the
above named JOHN PRINGLE Esquire
who departed this life at Bangor
on the 9th-day of April 1878
Aged 78 years.
1 "The Gentleman's Magazine" Vol. 1, 1834, page 567
2 "Cheltenham Chronicle" 10 Apr 1834, page 3
3 Tombstone Inscription
4 "The Gentleman's Magazine" Vol. 138, 1825, page 640