Sergeant Mark A. Prynn
|Mark A. Prynn was born November 19, 1879, at Tywardreath, England.
He was naturalized as a US Citizen at Somerset County Court House
on September 16, 1905. He was enlisted by Captain William P. Taylor
at Troop C, Reading, December 15, 1905. He resided at Elk Lick (Salisbury)
Somerset County. He was a coal miner, working for coal
On January 26, 1909, Sergeant Prynn, and Private Reginald Gibson
were taking into custody Charles Razinski at Gilbertson.
At 29, Sergeant Prynn had completed three years and two months of
Constabulary service. His body was shipped from Ashland by railroad to Elk
Lick for burial at the Salisbury Cemetery. The sum of $100 was approved for
burial expenses. Sergeant Prynn was survived by his
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