George Pryor (1780-?) married to Margaret, the half-sister of Mary Ann M'Clintock. They lived in Waterloo. Together they were abolition and Quaker reformers. They hosted Abby Kelley, organizer for the American Anti-Slavery Society, in their home when she traveled through the area. His son, George W. Pryor attended the First Woman's Rights Convention and signed the Declaration of Sentiments.
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