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Field Pruitt, Sr. & Mary Burke, their descendants

by Richard A. Prewitt
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Des Moines, Iowa : R.A. Prewitt, 1995
86, [14] p. : coat of arms

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Descendants of Field Pruitt, Sr. (ca. 1750-1820), who was born in Virginia, and married (1) Mary Burke, daughter of Patrick Burke and Elizabeth Keeling of Halifax Co., Va., ca. 1774. They had five children. Field Pruitt, Sr. lived by 1786 in Pendleton District, S.C., in 1795 in Mercer Co., Ky., and in 1801 returned to Pendleton District. In 1805 he was living in St. Clair Co., Illinois. He married (2) Hannah Hull 1808 in St. Clair Co., Illinois. Field Pruitt was possibly a son of Thomas Pruitt, who was born ca. 1728 in Goochland Co., Va. and lived in Halifax Co., Va. and Wilkes Co., N.C. Descendants live in Kansas, Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Illinois, California and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Coonrod, Sample and allied families.

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