WISCONSIN RECORD EXTRACTIONS
The following are RECORD EXTRACTIONS of Pryor families. Counties that contain a TN Pryor are featured in red font.
Records From County, Wisconsin1870 Census Columbia Co., WI
Lodi, page 184c, house 207 James T. PRIOR 46 EPM Clergyman 5446 Eng. Mary 52 Eng. (1860 Census, living in Grant Co., WI. Rev Pryor d. 1883 and is buried in Iowa Co.)
Records From Grant County, Wisconsin1860 Census Grant Co., WI
Muscoda, page 482, house 1205/1149 James T. PRIOR 46 EPM Clergyman 46 Eng. Mary 49 Eng. James T 21 school teacher. Joseph 13 Mi (Michigan). (This family was in Iowa Co., WI in 1850 and in 1860 they were in Columbia Co., WI. Find A Grave has a memorial for Joseph Pryor d. 1862, buried in Iowa Co., WI)
Records From Iowa County, Wisconsin1850 Census Iowa Co., WI
Mineral Point, page 311a, house 56/56 James Thomas PRYOR 35 tailor England, Mary 38 England, James 10 England, Margaret 8 England, Joseph 3 WI, Walter 5/12 WI (James Pryor, wife Mary, and children James and Mary Ann are on the 1841 UK Census in Redruth, Cornwall. James Sr. listed his occupation on the 1841 census as Tailor and Draper. This family is in Grant Co., IA in 1860)
Records From Winnebago County, Wisconsin
1870 Census Winnebago Co., WI
Omro, page 173a, house 85 Samuel PRIOR 26 brick mason VT, Emily 25 NY, Alfred Lotty laborer KY. (In 1880 Samuel Pryor 40 a stone maston from VT is living with a wife named Annie age 25 in Dakota Territory)
1880 Census Winnebago Co., WI
Omro, Dist 209, page 170a, house 52, Sampson Challoner 63 mill wright ENG, ENG ENG, Elisabeth 62 wife ENG ENG ENG, Jessie 33 son NY, Emily 36 dau NY, Alfred 31 son NY, Benjamin PRYOR 8 grandson attending school WI VT NY.Mary Yetchel 29 servant OH CT OH. (Emily Challoner is possibly the mother of Benjamin Pryor as she is the only female child in the Challoner household in 1860 and 1880, and not living with the family on the 1870 census-- her marrital status was recorded as "married" on the 1880 census. An elder Sampson Challoner b. 1793 is on the 1860 census, he was christened in Cheshire, England).