Have you seen the "Prindle Genealogy"? It's at: http://www.archive.org/stream/prindlegenealogy00prin/prindlegenealogy00prin_djvu.txthttp://www.archive.org/stream/prindlegenealogy00prin/prindlegenealogy00prin_djvu.txt ... "The Prindle genealogyembracing the descendants of William Pringle the first settler, in part for six, seven and eight generations, and also the ancestors and descendants of Zalmon Prindle for ten generations, covering a period of two hundred and fifty-two years, 1654-1906"by Franklin Coggeshall Pringle.
The nearest that our William-1 Prindle/Pringle, b. 1628is to a Mayflower Pilgrim (that I know of) is that he lived in Mr. Allerton's home in New Haven...otherwise he appears to have been born in Stow Parish, Midlothian, Scotland (National Archives of Scotland).I unfortunately do not live in Connecticut and cannot help to look up records but there are a number of informative websites by researchers.The ones I found, that I think would be a really good starting points are, at RootsWeb: I)))By Kurt Watke, Ph.D. who has some 64,300 plus entries and some very informative information and sources, includingWilliam & Mary's possible roots in the U.K.(Note a: His line is as follows William-1, b 1628; Joseph-2, b 1663; Joel-3, b 1696; Joel-4, b 1726; Timothy-5, b 1752; Joseph-6, b 1774; Hannah-7, b 1798 who married into the Benedicts in Ontario, Canada (ie: Ard-7; Joshua-6; Timothy-5; Abraham-4; Samuel-3, b 1645*).His site at RootsWeb is:http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=watke&id=I22294.http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=watke&id=I22294.) (Note b: My line is the same as his to Joel-4, b 1726; then goes to William-5, b 1749 who also married a Benedict and then settled in Ontario. (ie: Eunice-5, b 1749 ; Samuel-4, b 1704; Thomas-3, b 1679; Samuel-2, b 1645*).) II)))) by "Marie" at RootsWeb."Marie" has the children and their spouses listed for all Samuel Prindle and Dorothy Plumb's kids except Elizabeth who married William Hutchings (per Clint MacDonald at RootsWeb) and Mary b. in 1713.Her website is:http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=frotis&id=I64396http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=frotis&id=I64396.She cites her source as Franklin Coggeshall Prindle. * * * * * * * * * * * * Not sure if I've been much help or how far you are into your family line but there are other sources offering tid-bits of info: **** "A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to USSA" by Donald Whyte William Pringle probably for Selkirkshire settled in New Haven CONN before 1653, married Mary Desborough **** "New Haven Colonial Records":William Pringle -1653 mentioned as the (single) "Scotsman who lives at Isaac Atherton's who was a Mayflower Pilgrim"; -took the oath of fidelity to New Haven Jurisdictions from Theophilus Eaton, Governor on 4th April 1654; -lived on the west side of Main St. near the corner of 2nd Ave, West Haven; -buried near a church or a flagpole. **** "New England Marriages Prior to 1700" compiled by Clarence Almon Torrey; p. 602; The Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc.; Baltimore, Maryland; 1985 (974.0 NEa/Marriage SCGS) 1655, December 7: William Pringle married Mary Desborough at New Haven, Connecticut. **** "National Cyclopaedia of American Biography" -Willliam settled in America from Scotland and settled in New Haven (1654). -married in New Haven 7th Dec. 1655 Mary Desborough (also spelled Disburrow) who died about 1700 and had eleven children (five boys and 6 girls); -William's will was dated 17th Oct. 1689 and probated 5th June 1690; **** "Ancestory of Samuel Relf Durand" by Samuel R. Durand handwritten ca.1950-1992 Pges 267-268: William Pringle (spelled Prindle in his will) a native of Scotland ... chimney sweep, then store proprietor, as was (presumably) his son Joseph.. supposed to have been buried in New Haven Green.. Mary joined with son Eleazer, as late as April 6, 1667, in a deed... **** And here is a history of the Pringle's in Scotland and in it there is mention of our William-1's possible ancestor, also William, litster (fabric dyer) in the Burgess of Edinburgh: "History of the Pringle's by Alexander Pringle, M.A."(Scotland) Also in the same book is some background on STOW, MIDLOTHIAN, SCOTLAND: "Stow Town:In 1574 William Pringle of Torwoodlee is proprietor of Derniks lands in Stow.In 1598 William Borthwick gets from his brother Lord Borthwick the lands of Stow (L. Ch., 1362)In 1604 to 1609 there are three Pringills mentioned in Stow;and in 1633 among 28 tenants, five were Pringills. " ... "Stow Parish: Between 1628 and 1757 Pringle appears to be a dominant name in the parish as between these dates the births of some 200 children of the surname Pringle appear in the parish register." Regards, Susan-1 Johnson Jean-2 Pringle Stewart-3 Herbert-4 Ira-5 b 1828 William-6 b 1786 William-7 b 1749 Joel-8 b 1726 Joel-9 b 1696 Joseph-10 b 1663 William-11 b 1628 James-12 b 1602 poss. Andro-13 b 1577 poss. William-14, litster PS On a personal note, I had two grandsons born this year and whilst my children did not name them for their distant ancestors - nor are their surnames Pringle - their given names are William and Joel.