! Died when young.
Also married Murnie Henson.spouse: Henson, Minnie (1875 - 1956)
Also married John S Dillon.spouse: Smith, William Henry (*1903 - )
Children by Dora Lambkin are Blanche and Hannah Pruett.spouse: Lambkin, Dora (*1823 - )
Also married Elizabeth Evans. Children were Thomas J., David Jerome, Mary F.,
George Hillman, Emma, Willis H., Lewis Crittendon, and Arnet Lonzo Pruett.
Also married Matilda Gipson. Children were Eli, Levi, Clark, James W.,
Solomon, Shadrach Mayshack, Cassa Bianca, and Rosette A Pruett.
Also married Elizabeth Bell Vitzthum (1907-).spouse: Lowery, Gwendolyn Lucille (*1909 - )
The Thomas Pruett Cemetery is located off the north side of the Boiling Springsspouse: Hamrick, Jane (1807 - 1879)
Cliffside Road, about 1 mile west of Boiling Springs. This site is off the old
road that loops off and back to the road just beforeSandy Run Creek. There are
several mobile homes on this road and the cemetery is located between them,
according to W.D. Floyd.
Died at 81y, 5m, 29d.
He was raised by Ellender Pruett and John Wilkins. In 1860 the familyspouse: Branson, Mary (*1844 - )
moved to Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas.
He served in Company E 11th Kansas Calvary in the Civil War.
Had 12 children.spouse: DeMoss, Sarah (1790 - 1858)
Moved to Orangeville Township, Orange County, Indiana,in 1821.
Died at age 62 y, 10m.
William Pruett was a member of the Methodist Church and a democrat. He wasspouse: Powell, Elizabeth (1812 - 1863)
the 7th of twelve children. He and wife Louisa Davis are buried together with
one stone marker at Bethel Cemetery, Orangeville Twp., Orange County, Indiana.
! CSA marker at grave in Associated Reformed Presbyterian Church cemetery inspouse: McAdams, Etta (1848 - 1909)
Due West, South Carolina.
Had seven children.spouse: Stephens, Mary A (*1853 - )
Lived in Oregon.
Also married Mary Ann Unknown Oct 1855.spouse: Marshall, Winifred (*1818 - 1847)
The Pruitt family cemetery is located between Pauline and Cross Anchor, Southspouse: Palmer, Frances Fanny (1763 - 1818)
Carolina, on Highway 56. From Cross Anchor, take Hwy 56 north about 7 miles.
Turn left on Farmers Road. Go to the end of the road about 1 1/2 miles. The
cemetery is located in the woods which is being clear cut. The marker
inscriptions state "In memory of Alexander Pruitt/Died/July 1, 182_ Aged 66 y_"
and "In memory of Frances [sic] Pruitt/Died/Dec 29, 1818/Aged 55 ye__". Also
located there is a fieldstone which states "A.C./Died" as well as five other
markers. Information obtained from Spartanburg County, South Carolina,
Cemetery Survey, Vol. II, Union, South Carolina.
The estate of Alexander Pruitt was sold at auction and brought over $6000.00.
Items included a still, 14 Negros, horses, and cows.
Estate papers for Alexander Pruitt: legal heirs were Roebuck Vice and wife
Martha; James Newman and wife Nancy; Henry Smith and wife Frances; Abner Vice
and wife Lucinda; William Williams and wife Hannah; and Henry Pruitt.
On February 18, 1789, Alexander received a gift of 105 acres of land on
Terrible Creek in Halifax County, Virginia, from his father. This land was
adjacent to Philip Hurt and Thomas Vaughn. Witnessed by John Palmer, Samuel
Prewitt, and Alexander Pruett (x) and recorded on 20 Feb 1791. When Thomas
Prewitt, Jr. moved to Spartanburg District, South Carolina, Alexander remained
behind in Halifax County, Virginia, to look after family business.
! In 1900 lived in Hunt County, Texas, on Walworth Street in the city ofspouse: Unknown, Laura C (1851 - )
Greenville, according to J.J. Pruitt 515 Corydon Street Hoffman Texas 77336.