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Ancestral line of Joseph Proctor and Mary Ann Proctor Noland : from 1550 in London, England

by Kathleen Noland Calder
Calder, Kathleen Noland (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Irving, Kentucky] : K.N. Calder, c1995
42 leaves. : ill., facsim., maps, port.

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John Proctor (1575-1627) was born at London, England, the son of John Proctor (b. 1550). He and his wife, Alice, were married in London in 1600. They had five children. He immigrated to Virginia in 1610; his wife and children followed in 1621. He died in Surry County, Virginia. Record chiefly follows line of descent to Nicholas Proctor (1724-ca. 1790), son of Nicholas Proctor. He and his wife, Nannie Smith, had ten children, 1754-1777. The family was living in Brunswich County, Virginia, 1754-1756, and Graville County, North Carolina, in 1760. Nicholas Proctor died in Kentucky. His son, Joseph Proctor (1755-1844) fought in the Revolutionary War on the frontier. He was a circuit rider and minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church. He died in Estelle County, Kentucky. His sister, Mary Ann Proctor (1777-between 1860 & 1870), married Thomas Noland, son of William and Pheobe Noland in 1795 in Madison County, Kentucky. They had ten children. The family lived in Estill County, Kentucky.

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