Relationship=Great-grandfather of James Monroe Dobbs Jr.
Last Edited=20 Dec 2009
He is mentioned in the will of Nathaniel Prothro in 1823 in Elberton, Elbert County, Georgia. Evan Prothro was in the city government of Aiken, South Carolina between 1845 and 1855 and was mayor of Aiken in 1855.2 He owned 36 slaves in 1860.3
For more information see article The Prothro Family.
- My Ancestors
Ancestors of James Monroe Dobbs, Jr.
Descendants of John Pruddo
Descendants of Thomas Hickson
Children of Evan Prothro and Sarah "Salley" Hickson
- Hickson Nathaniel Prothro+6 (1816 - 1854)
- Harriet Carolyn Prothro6 (1818 - 1898)
- Joseph Edmund Prothro+6 (1819 - 1902)
- Nelson Brown Prothro+6 (1821 - 1878)
- Wilson Ernest Prothro6 (1824 - 1873)
- Lavinia E. Prothro6 (est 1829 - )
- Hassel Melton Prothro (c 1833 - )
- Martha Josephine Prothro+ (1834 - 1928)
- Whitfield Wesley Prothro (1837 - 1902)
- Gustaphus Adolfus Prothro (c 1838 - )
- Sarah Jane Prothro (c 1842 - 1868)
- Rosina Prothro6 (est 1845 - )
- [S280] Rebecca Allen, Aiken County, South Carolina Cemetery Inscriptions ([database online] Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 2000.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
- [S431] II Gasper Loren Toole, Ninety Years in Aiken County: Memoirs of Aiken County and its People (n.p.: Quintin Publications, unknown publish date), pg 141.
- [S283] 1860 United States Census (Slave Schedule), Barnwell Co., South Carolina (Washington: National Archives And Records Administration) ,.
- [S76] 1850 United States Census (Free Schedule), Barnwell Co., South Carolina Washington: National Archives And Records Administration,.
- [S282] 1860 United States Census (Free Schedule), Barnwell Co., South Carolina (Washington: National Archives And Records Administration) ,.
- [S278] Shelly Dobbs Dooley, Prothro GEDCOM, 1999, local storage. Compiled genealogy with source documentation provided to Mike DeBacker, 1999.