- Looking for info on Micajah Proctor, born ca. 1820, married an Elizabeth.
Father of Jeremiah Proctor, 1777-1839, one of founders of Jackson County.
Will gladly exchange info. Thanks, Jan Black
Both Michajah and Jermemiah are among my ancestors. My gggggrandfather
John Shankle married one of Jeremiahs' daughters, Clarissa. Go
to my shankle web page at
This is the specific page where Micajah can be found. You can
follow the links down for all his children.
I've also been in touch with a Irma Proctor who believes she
has Micajah line back to about 1600.
Also, i think you mistyped Micajah's birth year in your mail.
He had to have been born ca. 1720-1750 (or there about) if
his son Jeremiah was born in 1777.
I would love to share any info you have.
On Tue, 28 Sep 1999 20:35:02 -0000, boomerb@... wrote:
> From: boomerb@...
> Looking for info on Micajah Proctor, born ca. 1820, married an Elizabeth.
> Father of Jeremiah Proctor, 1777-1839, one of founders of Jackson County.
> Will gladly exchange info. Thanks, Jan Black
Visit the Shankle Geneology Home page at
- I once saw a note on a news group about a book on the Proctor families in
the southeastern United States. Unfortunately, I didn't follow up on it.
Does anyone have this book or know where I can buy a copy? I'm a descendant
of Jeremiah Proctor. Thanks, Jan Black - boomerb@...
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, boomerb@m... wrote:
> I once saw a note on a news group about a book on the Proctorfamilies in
> the southeastern United States. Unfortunately, I didn't follow upon it.
> Does anyone have this book or know where I can buy a copy? I'm adescendant
> of Jeremiah Proctor. Thanks, Jan Black - boomerb@m...I don't know if this is what you are talking about...but Annie
Proctor did a compilation on the Proctor family in Alabama. It
included a large cross-section of most of the families in northern
Alabama (probably because of the inter-marriages). It is a 15 volume
set and is in both the Jackson Co. Alabama library and the Huntsville
Library and I believe in the Tennessee State Archives. It is
extensive and a worthy research tool but too large to buy. I do not
know where you are located but you can ask your library about it. It
is called "The Annie Coleman Proctor Collection".