A History of the McCorriston Family: The Prindivilles

Author’s Note: In keeping with the format laid out by the Beeson-Beason Genealogy, descendants of female McCorristons no longer bearing the name have been omitted from previous installments. In the spirit of inclusiveness, we are now proceeding with the female lines.

The Children of Eva Mary McCorriston H-6 and Mervyn Thomas Prindiville, Sr.

Mervyn Thomas Prindiville, Jr., H-11, a sheet metal worker at Pearl Harbor Navy Shipyard, lived most of his life in the Kaimukī area of Honolulu. He died unmarried and without issue.

Patricia Gertrude Prindiville H-12 and Cornell Boone Bostwick first made their home at 1582 St. Louis Dr. in Honolulu. They later moved around within the Hawaiian Islands, and finally settled in the town of Lincoln City, Oregon. Patricia, known as “Patty,” was a part-time Realtor and was an ardent supporter of ʻIolani Palace. Private issue.

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