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  1870 is an important year for African American genealogy. As the first post-Civil War U.S. Census,
it was the first time former slaves were listed by name. Previously, only the slave owner was named and slaves were identified by a count.
 

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PROCTOR (Lat. procurator, agent), in a general sense, one who is commissioned to manage the business of another. In a particular sense, a proctor is one who is commissioned to transact the business of his principal in the ecclesiastical or admiralty courts. Hе discharges functions similar to those of attorneys and solicitors in other courts. In England, the proctor can be admitted to practice only after a clerkship of seven years with a senior proctor of at least five years' standing, and he must produce a certificate of considerable proficiency in classical education. Before the abolition of the probate and matrimonial courts of doctors' commons, the proctors were the only persons allowed to practise in them. (See Doctors' Commons.) Proctors are known in the United States only as officers of the courts of admiralty, whose duties, authority, and responsibilities correspond to those of attorneys at law.—The name proctor is also given in England, and in some American colleges, to university officers whose duty is to guard morals and order.

The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge edited by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana Compiled by Thomas Jefferson Conant, Blandina Conant Published by D. Appleton and company, 1883
 
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Dr. John Nicholas Proctor Sr. w/Great Granddaughter Marie Brown.  Photo Courtesy of The Ron Stone Family Collection.
 
Including Some Of The Better Known:
Geoffrey Proctor Of Nether Bordley in Craven
John Proctor First Proctor Family In The New World
Descendants of Robert Proctor of Concord and Chelmsford, MA   Early Founder Of Chelmsford, Ma.
John Proctor Salem Witch Trials
Ancestors Of The New England Proctors
George Proctor Bacon's Rebellion
Richard Anthony Proctor British Astronomer
William Procter Procter and Gamble
Ezekial "Zeke" Proctor Sr. Infamous Native American
Josiah Kendall Proctor Proctor Silex
John Clagett Proctor LLD Historian, Poet, Genealogist, and Writer
Alexander Phimister Proctor Sculptor, Artist
William Proctor Father of Pharmacy
John Robert Proctor Kentucky Geologist, US Director Of Interior
 

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Honoring: Emery and Emma Etta Dunlap Howard Proctor Family
Emery and Emma Etta Dunlap Howard Proctor Family
b. 31 May 1931 ~ Odessa, Lafayette, Missouri, United States
d. 21 Jan 2012 ~ Fresno, Fresno, California, United States

Mary E. Proctor | Minnie A. Proctor | Leona F. Proctor | Emery E. Proctor | Elzie E. Howard
Emery and Emma Etta Dunlap Howard Proctor
Photo Courtesy of The Betty Radugge Family Collection

  Highlighting:  Tyler Proctor  
Date of Birth:  03 Jun 1889
Kanawha, West Virginia, United States
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Kanawha, West Virginia, United States
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Today In History Tuesday, 21 April 2015
  105  Birthdays Today  Birth  Death
  Maturah Bull  1773  d. 02 Nov 1846
  Issac Roosevelt  1790  d.
  John Proctor  1796  d. 08 Jan 1803
  Matilda Spencer  1819  d. 16 Feb 1901
  Rachel Proctor  1822  d. 15 Sep 1891
  76  Deaths Today  Birth  Death
  Judith Nichols  02 Sep 1688  1783
  Joel Parrish  10 Oct 1708  1791
  Russell Proctor  Abt 1789  1835
  Wallace Proctor  Cal 17 Aug 1843  1848
  Samuel J. Welsh  09 Sep 1812  1863
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