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The Proctor family of southeastern United States

Proctor
compiled and written by James Randolph Proctor
Books/Monographs
English
Spring Hill, Florida : J.R. Proctor, c1981-c1989
2 v. (ii, 492 p.; xxi, 796 p.) : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

Notes

Spine title: Proctor.

Vol. 2 compiled, written and edited by James Randolph Proctor and Willa Elaine Fain Proctor.

Bibliography and documents: v. 1, p. 323-437; v. 2, p. p.644-646.

Vol. 1-2 include indexes.

Includes Ballard, Boatright, Brannen, Cowart, Dixon, Feaster, Neville (Nevilles), Thomas, Turner and related families.

John, William and Thomas Proctor, brothers, immigrated from England to Surry County, Virginia between 1609 and 1623, and later moved (one to New England, one to Illinois, one to North Carolina). Jonas William Proctor (b.ca.1770), an orphan, ran away from a master to whom he was indentured, and came to Burke County, Georgia about 1785. Descendants and relatives lived in New York, New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Texas, Colorado and elsewhere.

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