Elizur H. Prindle
He studied law with his cousin, Horace Gerald Prindle of Unadilla, was admitted to the bar in 1854 and began to practice.
At the start of the American Civil War he was one of several leading citizens in Norwich who worked to raise a company for the Union Army, which was mustered in as Company H, 17th New York Volunteer Infantry. Later in the war he took part in raising a company which was mustered in as part of 114th New York Volunteer Infantry.
After leaving Congress Prindle resumed the practice of law.
He died in Norwich on October 7, 1890, and was interred in Norwich's Mount Hope Cemetery.
- "The House of Representatives". New York Times. New York, NY. March 8, 1871.
- United States Congress. "Elizur H. Prindle (id: P000541)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
- Elizur H. Prindle at Find a Grave
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