Student dives into Clarendon historical figure James Prendergast

MIKE ATHEY
CLARENDON Nov. 11, 2020 
A young man from Clarendon was hired to perform research into the life of a prominent Pontiacer and former land agent, James Prendergast.
Charles Wickens, 20, was asked by a historical society representing the 100th Regiment of Foot to look into his history.
“He joined up with the 100th Regiment of Foot in Ireland,” explained Wickens. “Because he was a member, they wished to learn more about him. So I came here and did some research.”
This led him to . . .

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