Alexander may have been the son of William Pringle and Elinor Marshall. In 1791, Alexander Pringle married Margaret Marshall within the Diocese of Armagh. In 1818, the will was proved of Alexander Pringle of Killynaul townland (the location of Bolton's Walls), parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone.
The estimated year of death is the year in which the will was proved.
↑ Smith, Sarah Jane née McCracken (1824–1895). Sworn statement about the Marshall family of Derrykintone, parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone, and the McCracken family of Ohio, USA, dated 23 March 1877 (Leavenworth, Kansas). Transcribed by Terrance Andrew (Andy) Miller of Columbus, Ohio, and forwarded to Alison Kilpatrick by e-mail, 13 August 2004.
↑ Smith, Sarah Jane née McCracken (1824-1895). The History, Traditions, Statements, and Lineage of the Marshall Family and the McCracken Family. Leavenworth, Kansas: printed privately, 29 April 1879. Transcribed by Terrance Andrew Miller (1970-2011) of Columbus, Ohio, and forwarded to Alison Kilpatrick by e-mail, 13 August 2004.
↑ Church of Ireland. Marriage Licence Bonds, 1727-1845. Diocese of Armagh. Margaret Marshall and Alexander Pringle, 1791. Transcribed by Judy Bingham, California, USA, from FHL film no. 100859 (2005-12-13); confirmed to digital images held by findmypast.co.uk (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick 2016-02-01, by subscription).
↑ Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. Pre-1858 Wills and Admons [Administrations] index: William Pringle, Killynaul, 1818. Index online in the PRONI’s name search facility, www.proni.gov.uk (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2018-01-19).