Hello,Nikki. I'm glad the site sent me a copy of your inquiry. FOUND THEM ....go to http://bisa.binternet.co.uk/
BISA stands for "The Brits in South America" I don't know who is the webmaster but he is anxious to update the site. SO GET IN TOUCH WITH HIm, please. Open the page; click on letter "P"; look for PROCTOR (there they are, smiling because they were found).Births are listed 3 times to account for Fa. Mo. and child; marriages are shown twice, husband's surname and wife's maiden name.
PROCTOR, Alexander - 1865- Paysandú (must be father)
PROCTOR, Alexander - 1865 (child)- Paysandú
PROCTOR, Matilda and Agnes- 1865- (children) Paysandú
Go back and click on letter "D". The only DURIE is "D", in 1914, ARGENTINA. He was Railways Director. If you check the titles on top of page, the last one is ENQUIRIES. Check and find Proctor. Someone whose initials are "V.C."have inquired. When sending the message to the webmaster ask him who is "VC" who may have more info.
Paysandú was chosen by many Scots due to the fertile soil between rivers. I am Renée Canals, born and raised in Uruguay,living in North Carolina fo the last 50 years. Bye.