Name: Luke D. Pryor , Sr.
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I have found a Luke Pryor (check the spelling to see if it is correct) in Williamson County 1840 Census where the ages match ( page 88, line 3). See attachment.
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Luke Pryor in Nolensville in 1820, owned eight slaves.
While every effort is made to present accurate information here, the researcher should keep in mind that Marion's band of Patriots fought essentially a guerilla war against the British. Muster rolls were virtually non-existant and any effort to identify those who fought with Marion will rely heavily on "acceptable" secondary sources. (See Boddie's Preface, below)
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PRIOR, Luke Gregg 245 [Listed as officer in Col. Powell's Regiment of Militia, St. David's Parish, Volunteer Corps] "Capt. Luke Prior, [commissioned] 25th Sept., 1775"
the North Carolina Wills
1770 PRYOR, JOHN, Luke and Lucretia.
Father: John Pryor
Mother: Lucretia Unknown
- Catherine Pryor b: in South Carolina
- Luke Pryor , Jr.