ARIZONA RECORD EXTRACTIONS
The following are RECORD EXTRACTIONS of Pryor families. Counties that contain a TN Pryor are featured in red font.
Records from Graham County, Arizona
1900 Census Graham Co., AZ
Range 22 & 23, page 147a, house 103 Henry PRIOR, head, May 1865 35 single, Eng Eng Eng, miner
Records from Maricopa County, Arizona
1900 Census, Maricopa Co., AZ
Ozborne Pct., page 157b, house 86 living in boarding house... James M. PRYOR boarder Nov. 1875 24 single TN AL TN (James M. is possibly the son of Archibald M. Pryor and Lucy J. McKissack and may be the same James Pryor on the 1910 Census in Yuma, AZ).
House 87 Guy A. PRYOR Mar. 1865 35 widow IA OH OH. (Guy T. Pryor born 1865 in IA, mother's maiden name Newman, died in San Bernardino Co., Ca Jan. 30, 1950)
1920 Death - John Pryor a prosperous rancher in the Peoria committed suicide by sitting down in front on-coming by train. He was 55. (Prescott Evening Courrier 21 Oct 1920)
Records from Yavapai County, Arizona
1900 Census Yavapai Co., AZ
Prescott, ED#67, sheet 8b, house 125 Robert PRIOR Oct. 1856 43 (7) AR MS AR, saloon keeper. May wife May 1864 36, 1 child/ none living NE PA NY.
1910 Census Yavapai Co., AZ
Prescott, Sheet 25b, house 393 Tillie Pryor (f) 67 widow 8 children/7 living TN TN TN, Elizabeth dau 32 single TN OH TN.
1918 Draft Registration
David Monroe Pryor b. 08/10/1896 in Rolla, MO. Working for the the United Verde Copper Company in Jerome, AZ.
Walter E. Pryor b. 07/20/1894 in Nemaha, NE. Working as an auto mechanic.
1920 Census Yavapai Co., AZ
Prescott, ED#117, page 5A House 129 Jennet PRYOR 52 widow TN TN TN, Victor A. 19 son TN TN TN, Verma M. 29 daughter TN TN TN manager oil office. (Possibly Jennet Farmer who md. J. R. Pryor in Sequatchie Co., TN on Jan. 1, 1890)
Camp Verde, page 32a, house 108 James Wolcott Hazel 36 DE DE DE, Olga Lee (PRYOR) 26 MO VA TN, Ruth dau 1 AZ, William David son 3/12 AZ.
Records from Yuma County, Arizona
1910 Census Yuma Co., AZ
Pct 10, page 127a, living in boarding house... James PRYOR 22 quartz miner, TN TX LA. (possibly the James Pryor in Maricopa Co. in 1900)