Person:Samuel Pricklowe (1)

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Samuel Pricklowe
m. 01 JUN 1668
  1. John PrickloweAbt 1670 - Abt 1728
  2. Samuel Pricklowe1671 - Abt 1702
  3. Sarah Pricklove1674 - 1687
Facts and Events
Name[1] Samuel Pricklowe
Alt Name[2] Pricklove
Gender Male
Birth? Bef 1646 probably Virginia[est based on marriage date]
Residence[2] Bef 1661 Perquimans Precinct, Albemarle County, Province of Carolinaland adjoining George Durant
Marriage 01 JUN 1668 Berkeley Precinct, Albemarle, North Carolinato Rachel Larance
Death[2][3] 20 Apr 1692 Berkeley Precinct, Albemarle, North Carolina
Religion[1][2] Quaker
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Herzfeld, Elizabeth Doherty. The Quaker and southern Winslows: a compilation of various records of North Carolina and Indiana. (Spartanburg, South Carolina: Reprint Company, 1991, c1991)
    7.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Winslow, Ellen Godde Rawlings. History of Perquimans county as compiled from records found there and elsewhere: abstracts of deed from 1681 through the revolution-petitions, divisions and marriages found in Perquiamans and adjacent counties... (Raleigh: Edwards & Broughton Co., 1931)
    2, 406-407.

    ... Among these early settlers, no doubt can be enumerated such men as Samuel Pricklove, whose land adjoined the land sold to George Durant by the Indian Chief Kilcoconewen King of Yeopim, on March 1, 1661, and Caleb Calloway, who appears as a witness to such deed. The land of said Samuel Pricklove lay around, or just below where the town of New Hope now stands. This made him a near neighbor of Durant, and they became fast friends. Pricklove was a Quaker, but it did not prevent him from following Durant in the Rebellion of 1677-79, even when his associations strictly forbade one of the sect to take up arms, and other Quakers followed his example, being also a part of the "rabble" that helped to depose acting Governor Thomas Miller. ...

  3. Births, Marriages and Deaths in Berkeley (later Perquimans Precinct), in The North Carolina historical and genealogical register
    Vol 3.

    Samuell Pricklove Departed this Life Apl. 20, 1692.