Pring

Pring may refer to:

  • Boeng Pring, a khum (commune) of Thma Koul District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia
  • Daniel Pring (1788–1846), officer in the British Royal Navy
  • Martin Pring (1580–1626), English explorer from Bristol, England

Other articles related to "pring":

The Fab Four (tribute) - Side Projects - George Harry’s Son
... impersonator and Liverpool native, Gavin Pring, created an act called George Harry’s Son to celebrate Harrison’s solo material, as well as his hits from the Beatle years ... Pring has brought this act to the top Beatles music festivals including the annual Beatleweek in Liverpool at the Mathew Street Festival and Abbey Road ... Pring also performed on the same stage as Paul McCartney in 2002 for tribute show held on Harrison’s birthday ...
Martin Pring - Career
... of Bristol, including Richard Hakluyt, Pring at the age of 23 was appointed as captain to command a ship and bark to explore the northern parts of the territory known as Virginia ... visited the mouths of the Saco, Kennebunk and York rivers, all of which Pring found "to pierce not far into the land." In June, they arrived at the Piscataqua River, a ... Pring explored 10–12 miles into the interior by means of the Piscataqua, the center of which now forms part of the border between Maine and New Hampshire ...
Martin Pring
... Martin Pring (1580 – 1626) was an English explorer from Bristol, England who in 1603 at the age of 23 was captain of an expedition to North America to assess commercial potential he explored areas of present-day ... In 1606 Pring returned to America and mapped the Maine coast ... After leaving the Dutch East Indies Company in 1623, Pring served as a privateer for England, capturing several French and Spanish ships for prizes ...
Daniel Pring
... Daniel Pring (c ... During the early part of 1813, Pring served as commander of HMS Wolfe, which carried Yeo's broad pendant ... Later in 1813, Pring was appointed to the naval establishment on Lake Champlain, based at Ile aux Noix in the Richelieu River ...