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Kentucky Chasteens ~ Proctors

I would like to know if anyone knows of any connection between the Chasteen Family listed below with the Proctors of Kentucky.
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1930 U.S. census, Jefferson County, Kentucky population schedule, Louisville, enumeration district (ED) 131, sheet 15B, dwelling 244, family 291, William S. Chasteen; digital images, Ancestry (www.ancestry.com : accessed 19 Aug 2008); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T626, roll 758; 1611 Kentucky Street; William S. Chasteen (stationary fireman at box factory, 38, married at 18), Woodie Chasteen (wife, 38), Robert Chasteen (son, 19, planer - cooperage factory), Roseddia Chasteen (daughter, 18, roller & inspector - tin foil plant), Edward Chasteen (son, 15, laborer - shoe factory), Stephen Chasteen (son, 14), Ruby Chasteen (daughter, 11), Mattie M. Chasteen (daughter, 7), Wilbert Chasteen (son, 3), Willard Chasteen (son, 3), Willie Chasteen (son, 3). All b. Kentucky
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Thanks In Advance.
JoeP
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Abraham "Abram" Buford Proctor

I would like to have any documentation / records etc. that verify his father is actually George Proctor as I have listed.
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Mr. Proctor

Father of Ambrose M. Proctor b. cira 1825 Alabama d. May 11, 1861 and John G. Proctor b. June 30, 1834 Alabama d. April 07, 1904. Ambrose and John are buried at Huntsville Cemetery, Madison, Arkansas.
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Laura Sallie Black Proctor

I would like for you to add my message to the "Most Wanted." I'm not sure of the spelling of "Laura Sallie." I do know that family simply called her "Sallie." I guess, phonetically, it could be Laura, Lora, or Searching for a "Laura Sallie Black" (b Apr 26, 1856; Union, SC) who, family lore says, "married a Proctor and then died young without any children." I would like to know her death date and burial location. Of course, I'd also like to know her husband, marriage date, and census history, etc. Lara, etc. but the Census showed just Laura... as you can see below, with my edited version: 1860 Census: Union,SC; Roll M653_1227; Pg: 215/292; Im:594 Date: Aug 21,1860;All born in SC; all living in Union (Draytonville Post Office) John Black 35 Husband (Blacksmith) Susan Black 28 Wife Josephine Black 11 Daughter (Josephine aka Tina) W A Black 9? Son (William aka Billy) R G Black 7 Son (Govan) M S Black 7 Son (Marion) Franklin Black 6 Son Laura Black 4 Daughter George Black 3 Son This was the only census I could find her with family, although I am still trying to find access to the 1870 Census for Draytonville, Union, SC as I know some of her family moved there. I can only find Josephine in 1870 and really need to find all the others... including Sallie.

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