Capt. Nicholas Proctor, III
- H. Capt. Nicholas Proctor, III1756 - 1835
- W. Rachel Wright1755 - bef 1820
m. abt 1782
- H. Capt. Nicholas Proctor, III1756 - 1835
- W. Catherineabt 1785 - aft 1868
m. 27 Jan 1820
Facts and Events
||Capt. Nicholas Proctor, III
||Brunswick County, Virginia
||Rowan County, North Carolina
||VirginiaRev War -
||Madison County, Kentucky
||Butler County, Kentucky
||likely Fort Boonesboro[she is the widow Estill]
to Rachel Wright
||27 Jan 1820
||Boonesborough, Madison, Kentucky, United Statesto Catherine
||19 Mar 1834
||Hamilton, Illinois, United Statesfiles for Rev War pension
||16 Jul 1835
||Hamilton, Illinois, United States
||26 Jul 1835
||Hamilton County, Illinois[per widow's deposition]
||Concord Cemetery, McLeansboro, Hamilton County, Illinois[supposedly buried in an unmarked grave with brother Little Page Proctor.]
American Revolutionary War Veteran
Kentucky Land Records
(Note: in progress - those without citation need verification)
1780 - Lincoln County, VA - 400 ac on Silver Creek
1782 - Fayette County, VA - 1000 ac along Licking Creek
???? - Jefferson County, VA/KY - 500 ac on South Fork of Hingston's Creek
???? - Jefferson County, VA/KY - 400 ac on Silver Creek
- Capt. Nicholas Proctor married (pos as a 2nd wife) Mrs. Rachel (Wright) Estill, widow of Capt. James Estill who was killed by Indians at Fort Boonesboro. More research is needed to support a first marriage.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Pension application of Nicholas Proctor W8537, in Graves, William T. Southern Campaign Revolutionary War Pension Statements & Rosters, Secondary quality.
- Rev War Pension Application Abstract, in Wardell, Patrick G. Virginia/West Virginia genealogical data from Revolutionary War pension and bounty land warrant records. (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, c1988-1998), Secondary quality.
Proctor, Nicholas - born 1756 in Brunswick County, Virginia; moved at age 5-6 to Rowan County, North Carolina; entered service 1777-8 on Holston River, Virginia, in Virginia regiment against Indians in Kentucky Territory; resided after Revolutionary War in Madison County, Kentucky, then to Butler County, Kentucky, then to Hamilton County, Illinois, where he was granted Pension in 1834; clergyman Joseph Proctor (no kinship given) made affidavit 1833 in Estill County, Kentucky; affidavit in 1834 in Hamilton County, Illinois by Little Page Proctor (no kinship given); Mary & John Proctor Jr. made joint affidavits there in 1835 that they were at soldier's wedding; soldier died 7/20/1835; married 1/27/1820 to Catharine, who was granted Pension age 69 in Hamilton County, Illinois in 1854; granted Bounty Land Warrant #26634 there in 1855; resided in 1868 in McLeansboro, Hamilton County, Illinois. F-W8537, R1980.
- ↑ Grave recorded, in Find A Grave, Questionable quality.
[No headstone photo as of Dec 2015.]
[states, "Family history states that Nicholas Proctor III and his brothers were friends of Daniel Boone. They marched to Boonesboro, Kentucky in 1778. It is reported that all the Proctor brothers who served in the "Revolutionary War" were men over six feet tall; very thin bodied, and could "Bark A Squirrel." In the pensions applications of the brothers, it was noted they all reported to be "Scouting and Spying."]
- ↑ Mentioned, in Kentucky Historical Society (Frankfort, Kentucky). The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society. (Frankfort: Kentucky Historical Society), 23:page needed, Secondary quality.
[A partial list of those at Fort Boonesboro from depositions given in Richmond, Kentucky. Rachel Wright states that Nicholas Proctor III is her second husband. Nicholas Proctor is shown as a Captain who arrived at Boonesboro in 1778. ]
- ↑ Will Recorded, in Hamilton County, Illinois Will Book, A:12, Secondary quality.
[source = OLT, verification needed. Nicholas Proctor's will states his estate is to be divided equally to John, Isaac, and William Proctor.]
- ↑ Mentioned, in Felty, Harold G. Legacy of kin, Hamilton County, Illinois: relationships, vital statistics, marriages, abstracted from obituaries and notices in Hamilton County newspapers, 1858-1992. (Champaign, Illinois: AIBA Pub., c1994), Vol:pg needed, Secondary quality.
[Believes that Nicholas Proctor is buried with his brother, Little Page Proctor in an unmarked grave. Note: by M.J. Glover, "I found the grave of Little Page Proctor in Concord Cemetery, in Hamilton Co., Illinois. NO grave Nicholas Proctor III was found."]