3 edition of life of Theodorick Bland Pryor found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Thomas D. Suplée.|
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WILLIAM RICE PRYOR, physician and surgeon in New YorkCity married Louise Allan of Richmond. Their sona. HOFFMAN ALLAN PRYOR6. LUCY ATKINSON PRYOR married Arthur Page Brown7. FRANCIS BLAND PRYOR married William de LeftwichDodge, resides in THEODORICK PRYOR married secondly, Frances Epes, by whom8. FRANCES PRYOR married Thomas Campbell9. Theodorick Wingfield MONTFORT was born on month day , at birth place, Georgia, to James Theodorick Montfort and Elizabeth Harris Montfort (born Terrell). James was born in , in Virginia, USA. Elizabeth was born on January 28 , in Greene Co, Ga.
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At the death of Dr. Theodorick Pryor, an uncle-in-law for whom he was named, Dr. Epes was called to minister to his own people in Nottoway from until the time of his death in D.D. - Son of Thomas Freeman Epes and Jacqueline Segar Hardaway : Lakeview Cemetery, Blackstone, Nottoway . Theodoric, king of the Ostrogoths (from ), who invaded Italy in and completed the conquest of virtually the entire peninsula and Sicily by , making himself king of Italy (–) and establishing his capital at Ravenna. In German and Icelandic legend, he is the prototype of Dietrich von.
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San Francisco: Bacon, Early life and education. Pryor was born near Petersburg, Virginia at Montrose as the second child of Lucy Atkinson and Theodorick Bland Pryor, a minister. He had an older sister Lucy. His father was a grandson of Richard Bland and his paternal ancestors were descended from early Virginia colonists.
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Roger Atkinson Pryor was born near Petersburg, Virginia, on the 19th of July He was the second child of Lucy Atkinson and Theodorick Bland Pryor, a minister. He had an older sister Lucy. Email this Article Theodorick Bland of Westover.
Theodorick Bland (February – November ) made a survey in of the Howson Patent, which is an area corresponding to present day Alexandria, Virginia. He also made a survey for Williamsburg, Virginia in Bland was the oldest son of Theodorick Bland of Westover and Anna Bennett, the daughter of Governor Richard Bennett.
His brothers were Richard Bland (who had many. Bland County and Richard Bland College, junior college of the College of William and Mary in Petersburg, Virginia, are named in his honour.
==Ancestry and family ties== Bland’s paternal uncle was the surveyor Theodorick Bland. Other familial connections. Anyhow, SURVIVING THE CONFEDERACY is an outstanding book and compares favorably with one of my favorite authors -- that Ol' deceased liberal, James Michener, who seems to do a better job of history with his "novels" that most of the current crop of "historians" accomplish with what they call the real by: 1.
Life of Theodorick Bland Pryor, First Mathematical-Fellow of Princeton College, provides priceless insights into that brief and tragic history. Mudd Library holds Theodorick’s biographical material, including testimonials from classmates and numerous clippings from contem-porary newspapers after his death.
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Theodorick Bland Pryor (–), died at likely a suicide, as he had been suffering from depression. Admitted to Princeton College at a young age, he was its first mathematical fellow; he also studied at Cambridge, and had been studying law. He was buried in Princeton Cemetery.
Roger Atkinson Pryor, became a lawyer in New York. Sara and Roger A. Pryor had seven children together, the last born after the war. Maria Gordon Pryor (called Gordon) (–), married her cousin Henry Crenshaw Rice (–) Theodorick Bland Pryor (–), died at likely a suicide, as he had been suffering from depression.
He was also a jurist, serving in the New York Supreme Court, a lawyer, and newspaper editor. Pryor is also known for being a Confederate Brigadier General during the American Civil War.
Early life and career. Pryor was born near Petersburg, Virginia to Theodorick. Richard Bland: | | | |Richard Bland| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.
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Surviving the Confederacy: rebellion, ruin, and recovery: Roger and Sara Pryor during the Civil War User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Award-winning author Waugh (The Class of ; Reelecting Lincoln) takes us deep into the heart of Dixie in this life-and-times dual biography of the Pryors Virginia secessionists, ardent Confederates.
Just here I venture to illustrate some of the radical changes in the practice of medicine by extracts from a letter written by Dr. Theodorick Bland to his sister, Fanny Bland Randolph. The letter is copied from the original in the possession of the late Joseph Bryan of Richmond, Virginia.
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Pryor was born near Petersburg, Virginia as the second child of Lucy Atkinson and Theodorick Bland Pryor, a minister.
He had an older sister Lucy. His father was a grandson of Richard Bland  and his paternal ancestors were descended from early Virginia colonists. After his mother died young, his father remarried and had several children with his second wife. Nancy Bland who married Richard Pryor was the grand-daughter of a president of William and Mary College (William Yates).
Theodorick Pryor attended Hamden Sydney College. One biography of Theodorick Pryor states that he met with Jefferson Davis several times. Roger A Pryor, the son of Theodorick Pryor was a member of congress, Civil War general.