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Prior and allied families genealogical notes and papers, ca. 742-1864

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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1961
on 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of ms. and typescript collection (part carbon copy, [22] p.) in possession of Mrs. Edwin F. Prior, Apalachee, Georgia.

John Prior (1778-1821), great grandson of Robert Prior, who immigrated to Virginia from England, and his wife, Elizabeth Allen (1800-1852), had eight children, one died as a child. He died in Morgan County, Georgia. Their son, Robert Allen Prior (1811-1861) married Louise Houghton in 1829. She died in 1831. He married 2) Mary Peeples Massey (1810-1899). They had six children. Another son, Felix Washington Prior (b. 1820) married Nancy J. L. Murden in 1845. They had six children.

Thomas Asbury of Richmond County, Virginia, named in his will, five children and his wife, Ann. His will was proved in 1734. His great grandson, Richard Asbury (1761-1834) served as a lieutenant in the Revolutionary War with Virginia forces. His daughter, Winnie Ashury, and her husband, Malichi Murden, were the parents of Nancy Murden, who married Felix Washington Prior

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