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Proctor Pioneer

The American Generations | West 1858

History

Proctor Pioneer – The American Generations is a family history project that documents how the Proctor family moved from settling parts of New England to heading out West in 1858. The original Proctor pioneers of Southern Arizona settled in in 1876 and prospered with cattle ranches, gambling and mining over the years. Their story of surviving the wild west can match any Hollywood western.

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Family Reunion 2020

2020 Family Reunion at Canoa Heritage Fair Once again, a family reunion will be held at the Historic Hacienda de la Canoa on March 7, 2020 from 9AM-3PM. The Heritage Fair will have antiques and collectibles, fine arts and crafts, […]

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Family Reunion 2019

Proctor Family Reunion at Canoa Heritage Fair A family reunion will be held at the Historic Hacienda de la Canoa on March 9, 2019 from 10AM-2PM. We had such a good time last year at Canoa’s Heritage Fair, it’s time […]

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Proctor Brothers Association with the Empire Ranch

In 1882 Frank L Proctor is mentioned in the Arizona Daily Star as staying at the Palace and Cosmopolitan Hotels in Tucson, AZ. The Palace Hotel was located near the present intersection of Meyer Street and Broadway. The Palace Hotel […]

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Olga Valenzuela Camacho

Maria Olga Valenzuela Camacho, (Auntie Olga), age 98, passed away peacefully on April, 27, 2018 at Casa de La Luz in Tucson, Arizona. She was born in 1919 to Frank Bartlett Valenzuela and Juanita Maldonado Valenzuela in Amado, AZ. Over […]

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George Redondo Proctor Western Heritage Collection

Proctors Redondos and more 2018

On Saturday, March 3, the George Redondo Proctor Western Heritage Collection was dedicated at the Historic Hacienda de la Canoa Ranch. Over 100 family members and friends gathered to celebrate what would have been George Redondo Proctor’s 100th birthday and […]

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