Compiled, edited, and researched by Robert Louis Daniell, 251 Sukoshi Drive, Callaway, FL 32404; E-mail: roloda@knology.net; Ph: 850.871.6478

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Margaret Ann REAVES




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       Father: Mark REAVES (1932-1983)
       Mother: Annette Savannah DANIEL




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1 M Mark Allen REAVES (details suppressed for this person)

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Marilyn Sophie REAVES




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       Father: Hank Williams REAVES
       Mother: Carla THRANDETTA




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Mark Allen REAVES




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       Father: Hank Fenton REAVES
       Mother: Brenda Lee WOOTEN





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William Dial REAVES and Patrice Smith WYATT




Husband William Dial REAVES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Mark REAVES (1932-1983)
       Mother: Annette Savannah DANIEL


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General Notes: Husband - William Dial REAVES

Nickname "Moose".
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David SIMPKINS and Geraldine REDDEN




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       Father: PFC Dewitt REDDEN, USA, WWII (1923-1981)
       Mother: Vautell MUSICK (1919-1986)




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General Notes: Wife - Geraldine REDDEN

Geraldine & David Simpkins, Roopville, Georgia, are named as a surviving sister and brother-in-law in the April 2011 obituary of Travis Marty Redden.

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Curtis SKIPPER and Jean REDDEN




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       Father: PFC Dewitt REDDEN, USA, WWII (1923-1981)
       Mother: Vautell MUSICK (1919-1986)




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General Notes: Wife - Jean REDDEN

Jean & Curtis Skipper, Carrollton, Georgia, are named as a surviving sister and brother-in-law in the April 2011 obituary of Travis Marty Redden.
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John L. REDDEN




Husband John L. REDDEN 3786

         Born: 7 May 1919 - Heard County, Georgia 3786
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       Father: John Robert REDDEN (1893-      ) 3786
       Mother: Isabell DANIEL (1889-1981) 241,2320,3786





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General Notes: Husband - John L. REDDEN

Johnie (None) Redden, age 21, born 7 May 1919 in Heard County, Georgia, registered for the draft in 1940. He resided on R.F.D. No. 2, Whitesburg, Carroll County, Georgia. The person who would always know his address was his mother, Mrs. Robert (None) Redden, same address. He was employed by Enoch Rucker Butler, Woodland, Randolph County, Alabama. ["Georgia World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1940-1945,"]

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Pauline A. REDDEN




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       Father: John Robert REDDEN (1893-      )
       Mother: Isabell DANIEL (1889-1981)




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Sherry REDDEN




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       Father: Travis Marty REDDEN (1953-2011)
       Mother: Jane SHOEMAKE




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General Notes: Wife - Sherry REDDEN

Sherry Redden of Carrollton, Georgia, is named as a surviving daughter in the April 2011 obituary of Travis Marty Redden.

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Travis Marty REDDEN and Jane SHOEMAKE




Husband Travis Marty REDDEN

         Born: 28 Jan 1953 - Carroll County, Georgia
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       Buried: 9 Apr 2011 - Carroll Memory Gardens, Carroll County, Georgia


       Father: PFC Dewitt REDDEN, USA, WWII (1923-1981)
       Mother: Vautell MUSICK (1919-1986)


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1 M Marty REDDEN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Travis Marty REDDEN

Travis Marty Redden is buried in Section 6, Carroll Memory Gardens, Carrollton, Carroll County, Georgia. A picture of his marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 134664762:

TRAVIS MARTY
1953 - 2011
REDDEN

Mr. Travis Redden, age 58, of Carrollton, Georgia passed away Wednesday, April 6, 2011. He was born January 28, 1953 in Carrollton, Georgia to the late Dewitt Redden and Vautell Musick Redden. Mr. Redden was retired from Trent Tube Manufacturing with 31 years of service and was currently employed by West Georgia Fire Extinguisher Company. He served as vice president of Local 8074 of United Steele Workers of America. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a grandson, Tanner Redden and a niece, Debra Massengale. Survivors include his wife, Jane Shoemake Redden; son and daughter in law, Marty & Cindy Redden of Whitesburg; daughter, Sherry Redden of Carrollton; brother and sister in law, Wayne & Elaine Redden of Powder Springs; sisters and brothers in law, Jean & Curtis Skipper, Mildred & Larry Musick all of Carrollton, Geraldine & David Simpkins and Dora & Steve McConnell all of Roopville; also are 3 grandchildren, Cooper Redden, Devin Hill and Darian Hill and several nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, April 9, 2011 at 11 AM from Martin & Hightower Heritage Chapel with Bro. Richard Harrison officiating. Pallbearers will be Thomas Paxton Whitaker, Jimmy Strain, Randall Skipper, Jo Young, Matt Arnold, Buck Imel. Honorary pallbearers will be Trent Tube, West Georgia Fire Extinguisher employees and 8074 United Steele Workers of America. Interment will follow in Carroll Memory


General Notes: Wife - Jane SHOEMAKE

Jane Shoemake Redden is named as his surviving wife in the April 2011 obituary of Travis Marty Redden.


General Notes: Child - Marty REDDEN

Marty & Cindy Redden of Whitesburg, Georgia are named as his surviving son and spouse in the April 2011 obituary of Travis Marty Redden.


General Notes: Child - Sherry REDDEN

Sherry Redden of Carrollton, Georgia, is named as a surviving daughter in the April 2011 obituary of Travis Marty Redden.

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Willam Robert REDDEN




Husband Willam Robert REDDEN 3786

         Born: 16 Apr 1914 - Heard County, Georgia 3786
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       Father: John Robert REDDEN (1893-      ) 3786
       Mother: Isabell DANIEL (1889-1981) 241,2320,3786





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General Notes: Husband - Willam Robert REDDEN

In 1940, William Robert Redden, age 26, born 16 April 1914 in Heard County, Georgia, registered for the draft at Whitesburg, Carroll County, Georgia. He resided on R. F. D. #2, Whitesburg. He was serial number 1307, order number 2633. The person who would always know his address was Mrs. William Robert Redden, same address. He was employed by Mr. Merle Edgeworth, of Whitesburg. William signed the registration card with "X", his mark. ["Georgia World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1940-1945,"]

William R. Redden born 16 April 1914 died 19 October 1991 at age 77. Social security number issued in South Carolina. [United States Social Security Death Index]

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Robert REDDING




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General Notes: Husband - Robert REDDING

Robert REDDING, 16, born about 1894, GA, is a borader in the home of David Callaway BRAND, 70, in the 1910 census of Heard County, Georgia. 1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Heard County, Franklin, 4 May 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 193 Page: 265
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William A. REDDING




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General Notes: Husband - William A. REDDING

In 1870, living in the home of Emory WINSHIP and wife Elizabeth ALEXANDER in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. Named as a nephew in the 1880 census.
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Abraham REDMAN




Husband Abraham REDMAN 283

         Born: 1912 - Lewis County, Kentucky 283
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       Father: Abraham L. REDMAN (Abt 1867-1935) 283,285
       Mother: Nellie M. BIVENS (1888-1931) 282





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"REDMAN ABRAHAM 2 U/1 LEWIS 12-26-1912 079 31415 1912" (Kentucky Death Records)
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Elva E. REDMAN




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Wife Elva E. REDMAN 285

         Born: 1917 - Lewis County, Kentucky 285
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       Father: Abraham L. REDMAN (Abt 1867-1935) 283,285
       Mother: Nellie M. BIVENS (1888-1931) 282




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Jesse THORNTON and Hannah REDMAN




Husband Jesse THORNTON

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       Father: William THORNTON (Abt 1702-1741)
       Mother: Elizabeth RANSDELL (Abt 1702-Bef 1742)


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Annie Nettles, shushuflypie@cs.com.
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Rhoda A. REDMAN




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Wife Rhoda A. REDMAN 285

         Born: 1913 - Lewis County, Kentucky 285
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       Father: Abraham L. REDMAN (Abt 1867-1935) 283,285
       Mother: Nellie M. BIVENS (1888-1931) 282




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Brian James REED and Donna Ann VREELAND




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       Father: Samuel C. VREELAND
       Mother: Norma Noel GALLAGHER




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General Notes: Wife - Donna Ann VREELAND

Stepdaughter " Donna Vreeland Reed" is named in the November 30, 1978 obituary of Charles J. McCabe.


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St. Francis Xavier Church will be the setting Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock for the wedding of Miss Donna Ann Vreeland, daughter of Mr. Samuel Calhoun Vreeland and Mrs. Charles John McCabe, to Mr. Brian James Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd James Reed. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. McCabe will entertain at a reception at their Bellaire dr. home for the immediate families and a few other close friends of the young couple.
Miss Mary Jo Krentel will be maid of honor and the bridesmaids will be Misses Patricia Melius, Rita Hammond, and Kathleen Reed, sister of the prospective bridegroom. Mr. Reed will serve his son as best man. The groomsmen and ushers wil be Mssrs. Bruce Reed, brother of the bridegroom-elect, Frank Davies, Scott Key, Otway Denny, Ronald Dubrac, Robert Rayhawk, and Clark Vreeland, brother of the bride-elect. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Sunday, July 30, 1972, Page 84]

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J. L. ROWLAND and Elizabeth REED




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       Father: Noah REED (      -1845)
       Mother: Mary HEARTY (      -1842)




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General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth REED

"Amanda DAVIS, widow of W. H. DAVIS, and daughter of Noah and Mary (Hearty) REED, natives, respectively, of Massachusetts and Kentucky, was one of two children born to her parents. The other child, Elizabeth, married J. L. ROWLAND..." (Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Eastern Arkansas (Goodspeed Publishers, 1891, page 583 @ http://www.couchgenweb.com/arkansas/lee/biog-lee.htm)
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William Wilson REED and Mary Belle STEVENSON




Husband William Wilson REED

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Wife Mary Belle STEVENSON

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       Father: David STEVENSON (1810-1886)
       Mother: America Elizabeth HALBERT (Abt 1823-Abt 1887)




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John Robert TUCKER and Ann REESE




Husband John Robert TUCKER 2852,2853

         Born: 18 Jun 1768 - Richland District, South Carolina
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       Father: Wood TUCKER, Jr. (1751-1817) 118
       Mother: Martha THREEWITS (Cir 1763-Bef 1825) 2697


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Wife Ann REESE 472,2852

         Born: 30 May 1771 - Richland District, South Carolina 4978
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       Father: Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC (Cir 1736-1795) 1437
       Mother: Ann REYNOLDS (Cir 1738-After 1771) 1432




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1 F Martha Lynn TUCKER 301

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2 F Annabella TUCKER 301

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3 M Joseph Reese TUCKER

         Born: 18 Feb 1795 - South Carolina
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         Marr: 13 Nov 1817 - Washington County, Georgia 301


4 M John R. TUCKER 301

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5 F Mary Ann TUCKER 301,1346

          AKA: Mary A. DANIEL
         Born: 31 Aug 1799 - South Carolina 301
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         Marr: 17 Jan 1816 - Washington County, Georgia 301


6 M Judge Daniel Reese TUCKER 2854

         Born: 19 Nov 1803 - Richland District, South Carolina 2854
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       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Martha M. A. GOODE (1805-1873) 301,2854
         Marr: 10 May 1825 301


7 M Harper TUCKER 2851,2852

         Born: Dec 1805
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       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Mary H. BIVINS (Abt 1806-1878) 2851,2852
         Marr: 3 Mar 1830 - Baldwin County, Georgia 301


8 M William Henry Harrison TUCKER 301

         Born: 16 Mar 1811 - Washington County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Thomas Cemetery
       Spouse: Ann Elizabeth DIXON (      -      ) 301
         Marr: 16 May 1833 301



General Notes: Husband - John Robert TUCKER

COTTON TO KAOLIN A History of Washington Co. Ga. 1784-1989 states John Robert and Ann Reese TUCKER came to Washington County, Georgia from Richland District, South Carolina between 1805-1808 and settled on the Buffalo and Oconee watercourses.

ROBERT & ANN(IE) REESE TUCKER, Washington Co., GA: Husband John Robert TUCKER Born: 18 Jun 1768 Died: 1816 - Washington Co., GA. Buried: 1816 - Washington Co., GA. Married: Abt 1790 - Wife Anna REESE Born: 30 May 1771 - Richland Co., SC. Died: 29 May 1843 - Baldwin Co., GA. Buried: May 1843 - Baldwin Co., GA. Children 1 M William Henry Harrison TUCKER Born: 16 Mar 1811 - Washington Co., GA. Died: 1868 - San Augustine Co., TX Buried: 1868 - TX, San Augustine Co., San Augustine - Thomas Cemetery Spouse: Ann Elizabeth DIXON Marr: Abt 1832. (http://64.233.187.104/search?q=cache:lVglxy2vvTEJ:www.mysmithclan.com/f802.html+%22Robert+Tucker%22+%22Ann+REESE%22&hl=en) (SEE BELOW, THIS IS NOT THE ONLY CHILD)

MR. AND MRS. HARPER TUCKER...When very young, Miss BIVINS, who was a woman of fine mental capacity, and was considered somewhat of a beauty, married Mr. HARPER TUCKER. Mr. Tucker was the son of ROBERT and Annie REESE TUCKER, of WASHINGTON COUNTY. When only forty years of age, Mr. TUCKER died, leaving his wife and ten children...Joseph TUCKER, the youngest of the boys, joined the Confederate forces at the age of sixteen, and served until the close of the war. Mrs. TUCKER died in Sandersville, Georgia, at the mellow age of seventy-three, in the year 1878. (From: Part V HISTORY of BALDWIN COUNTY GEORGIA BY MRS. ANNA MARIA GREEN COOK ILLUSTRATED ANDERSON. S. C. Keys-Hearn Printing Co. -1925-
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/history/other/gms329historyo.txt)


General Notes: Wife - Ann REESE

Anna Reese - Sex: F Individual Information Birth: 30 May 1771 - Richland Co., SC. Death: 29 May 1843 - Baldwin Co., GA. Burial: May 1843 - Baldwin Co., GA. Cause of Death: ?. Spouses and Children 1. *John Robert Tucker Marriage: Abt 1790 Children: 1. William Henry Harrison Tucker. (http://www.mysmithclan.com/i2118.html)

See: http://www.palmettoroots.org/RichlandFamilies.html

Abstract, Baldwin County Will Book B (1829-1854): ANNA TUCKER 4/18/1846 - 5/28/1846 Children: William H. H. TUCKER, Daniel R. TUCKER, Harper TUCKER. Others mentioned: Grandchildren (orphaned) - Eliza Hamilton GOODE, Thomas Sydenham GOODE, Martha Lynn GOODE; Ferdinand JACOBS; Tomlinson FORT Codicil dated ......Harrison TUCKER; Luther M. LANE; Joseph LANE. [http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/baldwin/wills/willbkb.txt]

Another with additional information: Anna TUCKER, 4/18/1846:5/28/1846, p. 138 - Grch: orphaned - Eliza Hamilton GOODE, Thomas Sydenham GOODE, Marthe Lynn GOODE. Son: William H. H. TUCKER, Daniel R. and Harper. Executors: Sons, Daniel R. and Harper TUCKER. Wit: Ferdinand JACOBS, Tomlinson FORT. Codicil: slave taken from grch and given to son, Harrison TUCKER. Wit: Tomlinson FORT, Luther LANE, Joseph LANE. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/fulton/georgia_research/GAWILLS.pdf)

Two of these grandchildren are living with her son Daniel R TUCKER in the 1850 census of Baldwin County: Eliza H. (Hamilton) Goode 19 F Georgia; Martha (Lynn) Goode 9 F Georgia


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Ann REESE is named as Ann TUCKER in her father's 1792 Will.


General Notes: Child - John R. TUCKER

1818 Marriages Georgia Greene Daniel, Mary married John Tucker, December 31, 1818.

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, 91 Division; Series: M432 Roll: 87 Page: 218:
210 210 John R. TUCKER 48 M Farmer 7000 SC;
Mary R. " 43 F GA;
Martha P. " 20 F GA;
John R. " 18 M Farmer GA;
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Eliza R TUCKER 16 F GA;
Rebecca C. " 14 F GA;
Eugenia L. " 12 F GA;
Thomas M. " 11 M GA;
Daniel M. " 8 M GA;
Dorothy C. " 6 F GA;
Julia F. " 3 F GA;
Tully GRAYBILL 29 M MD GA;
Anna B. " 22 F GA;
Mary J. " 3 F GA;
Nancy E. " 2 F GA;
John M. " 1/12 M GA;
Sally McLaughlin 65 F Mu SC;
Jared McLaughlin 35 M B GA.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, Sandersville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 140 Page: 210:
388 380 John R. TUCKER 59 M Farmer 20,000 41.600 SC;
Mary R. " 53 F GA;
Thomas M. " 20 M Overseer GA;
McBride " 18 M GA;
Dorothy C. " 15 F GA;
Julia F. " 13 F GA;
Michael R. GRAYBILL 15 M GA;
Eugene K. " 12 M GA

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, 90 District; Series: T9 Roll: 170 Page: 207:
-- 83 TUCKER John W M 73 Wd Farmer SC SC SC;
-- Mac W M 36 Son S F laborer GA SC SC;
BLUNT Martha W F 41 Dau Wd House keeper GA SC SC;
MACY John W M 26 GrSon M Farmer GA GA GA;
-- Minta W F 17 GrDau M Keeping house GA GA GA;
-- Afpenius[?] W M 2 Gson S GA GA GA

pg. 57: "On the 7th inst. at the residence of John R. TUCKER in Washington County, Mr. Conrad KELLER in his 84th year. He was a native of South Carolina, and was one of the last heros of the Revolution; he served in the whole of the war. Came to Georgia many years ago, and continued until his death to reside in the family with whom he lived. He was a quiet, orderly citizen. Apr. 16, 1839." (THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844)

Same John R. TUCKER? - "Wednesday, December 11, 1867 LEGAL NOTICES. Washington County: Reuben Mayo, Sheriff, files to sell property of Richard Rains to satisfy a fi fa in favor of James H. Gilmore. Land adjoins M. Bland, J.R. Tucker and others." (WASHINGTON COUNTY, GEORGIA, NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS. Volume II and III, 1867-1880 and 1881-1889)

"Thursday, October 30, 1884: DIED. Judge John R. Tucker, a highly respected and venerable citizen, died at his residence near Oconee on Sunday night, about 84 years of age. He was a man of large means, and liberal views, and for several years served as Judge of the Interior Court. He had been in declining health for several years previous to his death." (WASHINGTON COUNTY, GEORGIA, NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS. Volume II and III, 1867-1880 and 1881-1889)


General Notes: Child - Mary Ann TUCKER

Mary Ann TUCKER was born 31 August 1799 in Richland District, South Carolina, to John Robert TUCKER and Ann REESE who later moved to Washington County, Georgia. Mary Ann and Jesse DANIELL were married on 17 January 1816 in Washington County, Georgia by John WILLIAMS, Justice of the Peace.

The 1820 census of Baldwin County records Jesse DANIELL's family as himself, 16-26, two males under age 10, and a female 16-26 (Mary). Mary's brother, Joseph TUCKER, 16-26, is their next door neighbor.

Family records included in Mary's War of 1812 Widow's Pension Application in 1878 and the 1850 census show that Jesse and Mary had 14 children, 11 boys and three girls, between 1817 and 1844. Five sons died young: James Robert in 1817; Joseph Levi in 1821; Richard Marion in 1834; Daniel Harrison in 1840; and Mackerness Goode in 1842. Their births and deaths were certified in court documents as recorded in a family bible.

Mary and Jesse have not been found in the 1830 census. The 1840 census of Washington County, Georgia enumerates the family of a Jesse DANIEL which appears to be theirs. Neighboring TUCKER, DAVIS, and POSEY families add support to this being them.

Jesse (56) and Mary A. (51) DANIEL are in the 1850 census of Baldwin County with their children, Arthur 26, Anabella 15, James R. 12, and Augustus 5.

Jesse died on 22 May 1860, leaving Mary Ann a widow with one minor child. On 20 August 1860, Mary E. DANIEL is head of household in Salem, Baldwin County, Georgia, and is fairly wealthy, "Mary E. DANIEL 60 F W 10,000 27,500 SC". Her children, Anabella 25 F W GA, James 23 M W Overseer GA, and Augustus 15 M W GA are with her. Next door is William A. DAVIS 40, wife Ann M. (Martha Ann DANIEL, Mary's daughter) 35, and son Samuel DAVIS, 12. (Series: M653 Roll: 111 Page: 226)(Mary E. and Mary A. are the same person. She is named as Mary E. in 1860, and is Mary A. on most other records. RLD)

The 1860 Baldwin County Index of Slave Owners, Salem District, listed: Mary D. PROSSER; Daniel R. TUCKER, (Hirer?), for M. E. DANIEL and children; William A. DAVIS; William A. DAVIS, Hirer, ? T. DANIEL, owner; Wm. A. DAVIS, Hirer, estate of J. DANIEL of Baldwin County, owner; Eliza B. PROSSER, Exet of W. D. PROSSER; Eliza B. PROSSER, Hirer, Fayette ECHOLS of Hancock Co., owner; William P. PROSSER. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/1860slaveowners.html)
Daniel R. TUCKER, agent for M. E. (A.) DANIEL and children is Mary's brother. "? T. DANIEL" is likely John Thomas, Mary's son. Another son, Arthur, married Caroline R. PROTHER. (Her maiden given as PORTER in a family bible, PROTHER in a Baldwin County marriage record, and may have been PROSSER, the reason for including them in the above. RLD)

The War Between the States may have claimed Mary's son, Augustus, who perished in 1865 at age 20.

By 1870, Mary A. DANIEL is living in the home of her son, Arthur DANIELL, 48, his wife, Carrie R., 40, Mary's unmarried daughter, Anabella, 35, and Henry POSEY, 20, a grandson by Mary's daughter, Louisa and Henry W. POSEY.

Mary A. DANIELL's War of 1812 widow's pension was approved in 1878, certificate 10037. She was granted $8.00 a month from March 9, 1878, based on Jesse DANIELL's service in the War of 1812 with Capt. Tomlinson FORT's Company of the Georgia Militia, other additional periods of service in the Georgia Militia in 1814 and 1836 in the Creek Indian War were also cited. Her pension application, preserved in the National Archives, contains a large amount of family information used to document her family.

Mary died of jaundice in May 1880 in Baldwin County, Georgia, aged 80, as listed on the 1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule Baldwin County. Even so, she was named on the List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 Milledgeville, Baldwin County. (http://www.rootsweb.com/~gabaldwi/1883pensioners.html)

The petition for letters of administration by S. W. DAVIS, signed 7 June 1880, states "...Mary A. DANIEL...departed this life on the 1st day of June 1880...leaving a small estate of personal property worth probably five hundred dollars and...was entirely intestate..." Baldwin County Court of Ordinary records 9 July 1880 show that S. W. DAVIS, Mary's grandson Samuel, was appointed administrator of her estate; W. A. DAVIS, Mary's son-in-law William, was security, both bound to Daniel B. SANFORD, Ordinary, for $900.00. James H. GREGORY, C. E. PROSSER, J. A. BUCK, D. C. BRUNDAGE and L. H. PALMER were appointed to appraise the estate, which totaled $472.35, including furniture, a bill against A. R. [Arthur Reese] DANIEL ($12.90) and a note against D. [Daniel] R. TUCKER for $442.00, including interest. The "Union-Recorder" of Milledgeville published: "Notice To Debtors and Creditors Georgia, Baldwin County All persons indebted to the estate of Mrs. Mary A. Daniel, late of Baldwin County, deceased, are requested to make payment, to the undersigned, and all persons having demands against said estate are requested to render them in terms of the law. S. W. Davis, Adm'r Sept. 29th, 1880." Mary's estate was settled on 7 November 1881 with heirs, M. A. DAVIS, Bell DANIEL, R. S. DANIEL, L. CALLAWAY, W. H. DANIEL, AND A. R. DANIEL, receiving shares of $29.80. Two shares for Thomas DANIEL and James DANIEL, whereabouts unknown, were entrusted to S. W. DAVIS "until the same is claimed or demanded by them or until further order of said court".

The heirs above are: M. A. DAVIS, Martha Ann, Mary's daughter, wife of William A. DAVIS; Bell DANIEL, Annabella, an unmarried daughter; R. S. DANIEL, her son Robert; L. CALLAWAY, Louisa, daughter and now wife of John Francis Marion CALLAWAY; W. H. DANIEL, son William Harper; A. R. DANIEL, son Arthur Reese; Thomas DANIEL, son John Thomas; and James DANIEL, son James R. Other individuals: C. (Charles) E. PROSSER, related to Caroline R. Prosser(?) DANIEL, Arthur's wife; D. C. BRUNDAGE, related to Sarah Ann BRUNDAGE, wife of Edmund A. BUTTS, from another line of cousins; GREGORY, BUCK and PALMER are not identified. 301,2033


General Notes: Child - Judge Daniel Reese TUCKER

See parents' notes.
Daniel R. TUCKER, son of John Robert and Ann Reese TUCKER, was born 19 November 1803 in Richland District, South Carolina. He married Martha GOODE about 1825.

1827 GEORGIA LAND LOTTERY, Washington County Residents, by date of drawing:
9th Day's Drawing - 16th March
2 1 15 Tucker, Daniel R. - Washington County, Avants [2 shows land was in Muscogee County.]
(http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/washington/deeds/1827lot.txt)

"SECTION 3. And be it further enacted, That the "act to incorporate the Trustees of the Presbyterian Church in the town of Milledgeville," passed on the nineteenth day of December, 1828, be and the same is hereby revived and made of full force, and that Ebenezer M. Cowles, Daniel R. TUCKER, Miller Grieve, Alfred M. Nisbet, Richard M. Orme, Olney Eldridge, and George D. Case, be and they are hereby appointed Trustees, in the place of those named in the said act, with all the power and privileges thereby conferred."
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/churches/bb53presbyte.txt)
1830 Census, Georgia, Washington County, Page 272A/B 10 LUCKER [sic, TUCKER] Daniel R. 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/washington/census/1830/pg0265a.txt)

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, No Twp; Series: M704 Roll: 37 Page: 59: Daniel TUCKER.

1840 Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, 321 GMD, Page 29, Line 23 Daniel TUCKER.
His brother Harper TUCKER is on same page, line 11.
Index to Muscogee Co Land Grants 1827-1856, Fortunate Drawers: 15. Daniel R. TUCKER Avant's Wash 1/24/1829
November 28, 1845 The Chronicle and Sentinel BALDWIN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY -The Baldwin County Agricultural and Horticultural Association met pursuant to adjournment, on Saturday last, for the purpose of electing officers for one year. The following named gentlemen were elected:
For President....................... Benj. S. JORDAN
1st Vice Prest..................... .Seton Grantland
2nd ....".................................Richard Rowell
3d ......".................................Farish Carter
4th......"........................... .....John S. THOMAS
5th......".................................Daniel R. TUCKER
6th......".................................R. M. Orme
Recording Secretary............. Benj. T. Bethune
1st Corresponding Secretary. John R. Cotting
2nd ...... "....................".........R. H. Ramsey
Messrs. Harris, Grieve and Cotting were appointed a Committee to draft rules for the regulation of the Association. The Association then adjourned to the 5th inst. - Journal (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/news1840s.html)

Daniel R. TUCKER is named twice in the 1850 census, possibly two different men or Daniel owned a plantation in Wilkinson county as well as his home in Baldwin county:
1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Wilkinson County, 93rd sub-division; Series: M432 Roll: 87 Page: 364: 394 394 Daniel R. TUCKER 42 M Farmer 12,000 GA.
1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County: Page 248 (126) August 27, 1850 Exclusive of Milledgeville: 33 565 565 Daniel R. Tucker 47 M Farmer Georgia 34 Martha Tucker 46 F Georgia 35 James R.. Tucker 24 M Farmer Georgia 36 William M. Tucker 22 M None Georgia 37 Maryanne Tucker 16 F Georgia 1 38 Anabella Tucker 13 F Georgia 1 39 Daniel Tucker 10 M Georgia 1 40 Julia C. Tucker 8 F Georgia 41 Emma S. Tucker 6 F Georgia 42 Anna Tucker 3 F Georgia. Continuing part of the family: 1850 Page 249 (126)) August 27, 1850 Exclusive of Milledgeville 1 Eliza H. Goode 19 F Georgia 2 Martha Goode 9 F Georgia 3 W.W. Carr 26 M Georgia 1 4 Caroline Carr 18 M Georgia 1
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/census/1850/pg244.txt)

Daniel R. TUCKER is also listed in the 1850 Slave Owners of Baldwin County with 13 slaves. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/slaveowners1850.html)

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, 38 341 321 TUCKER Daniel R. 56 M Planter 52,000 90,000 SC 1860 39 341 321 Tucker Martha 54 F GA 1860 40 341 321 Tucker William M. 31 M Planter 1,500 GA 1860 174 Tomlinson Fort, Pg 46 Scottsboro District, July 7, 1860 1860 1 341 321 Tucker Julia C. 17 F GA 1 1860 2 341 321 Tucker Emma S.C. 14 F GA 1 1860 3 341 321 Tucker Anne R. 11 F GA 1 (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/census/1860/scottsboro.txt)
Next door neighbor, who is this?
1860 4 342 322 Tucker John M. 28 M Planter 4,000 27,950 GA; Tucker Mary E. 21 F AL; Tucker Anne B. 2 F GA; Tucker Mary H. 5mo F GA (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/census/1860/scottsboro.txt)

1860 Slave Owners, Baldwin County, Georgia, Salem District: Mary D. Prosser; Daniel R. TUCKER, ??, for M.E. (Mary Ann, widow of Jesse) DANIEL and children; William A. Davis; William A. Davis, Hirer, ? T. DANIEL, owner; Wm. A. Davis, Hirer, estate of J. (Jesse) DANIEL of B. Co., owner; Eliza B. Prosser, Exet of W. D. Prosser; Eliza B. Prosser, Hirer, Fayette Echols of Hanock Co., owner; William P. Prosser. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/1860slaveowners.html)

Misc. Acts 1853 Vol. 1 -- Page: 516 Sequential Number: 532 Law Number: (No. 442.) Full Title: An Act for the relief of James Grenade, Tax Collector of the County of Wilkinson, and for the relief of Benjamin F. Chew and Wiley B. Griffin, or their assigns. WHEREAS, Daniel R. Tucker, a non-resident tax payer, in the County of Wilkinson, having failed to give in his taxable property for the year 1853, to the Tax Receiver of said County...(http://georgiagenealogy.org/wilkinson/acts.htm)

ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA: 59. Sec. IV. And be it further enacted, That R. M. Orme & Son, Boughton, Nisbet & Barnes, E. Waitzfelder & Company, E. D. Brown, Fair & Edwards, Daniel R. Tucker, Samuel G. White, S. & R. A. McCombs, D. B. Stetson, Compton & Callaway, Samuel T. Beecher, George L. Deming, John Treanor and Scott & Caraker, or so many of the above named persons as may become Stockholders in the Company hereafter designated, together with such others not herein named, as may hereafter subscribe for stock in said Company, be, and the same are hereby constituted a body corporate by the name and style of the Milledgeville Telegraph Company, Approval Date: Approved December 17th, 1857. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/misc%20acts.html)

"Likewise marriage merriment in the great house would have its echo in the quarters; and sometimes marriages among the slaves were grouped so as to give occasion for a general frolic. Thus Daniel R. Tucker in 1858 sent a general invitation over the countryside in central Georgia to a sextuple wedding among his slaves, with dinner and dancing to follow.[2] On the whole, the fiddle, the banjo and the bones were not seldom in requisition." (http://www.phillips-american-negro-slavery.org/phillips-american-194.html)

1860 Slave Owners, Baldwin County, Georgia, Scottsboro District: James S. Thomas, Daniel R. Tucker, John M. Tucker, John M. Tucker, Agt (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/1860slaveowners.html)

Title: Lockerly House (Milledgeville, Ga.) Daniel R. Tucker House (Milledgeville, Ga.) Date: Date of original image: | Date of structure: 1839 Description: Located at: Irwinton Road, Milledgeville, Ga. Two-story stuccoed brick house with raised basement on a foundation of brick with a tin and copper roof, featuring a two-story portico with massive entablature supported by six fluted heroic Doric columns. A small balcony hangs over the doorway. The interior staircase has mahogany railings and balusters, and its risers are enameled to look like white veined marble. Doors are of solid walnut. Judge Daniel R. Tucker from South Carolina built the house around 1839. George Wiggin Hollinghead bought the house in 1886. The house was purchased in 1928 by Mr. and Mrs. Reginald W. Hatcher, who restored the house and named it Lockerly after their ancestral home in England. Edward J. Grassman planted extensive gardens which became the Lockerly Foundation Arboretum. For more information see Linley, John. Architecture of Middle Georgia: the Oconee Area. Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press, c1972, pp. 79-80. (http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/meta/html/dlg/larc/meta_dlg_larc_jlc0912.html?Welcome)

Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record/Historic American Landscapes Survey - Daniel R. Tucker House, Milledgeville vicinity, Baldwin County, GA. CALL NUMBER: HABS GA,5-MILG.V,3- (http://lcweb2.loc.gov/pp/hhhtml/hhTitles88.html)

From the County Paper at the Death of Judge Tucker "Died in Midway, near Milledgeville, Ga., January 12th, 1879, Judge Daniel R. Tucker, who was born in Richland District, S. C., November 19th, 1803. He moved to Washington county in 1806. Thence he came to Baldwin County during the year 1830. About this time he was married to Miss Martha Goode, eldest daughter of Judge Mackiness Goode. Nine children were born to them, all of whom lived to maturity." (History of Baldwin County, Anna Marie Green Cook, p. 457)

"Daniel R. Tucker Nov 19, 1803 Jan 12, 1879 East side, Section I, Lot 65, Person 8 Inscription and Notes: Largest land owner in Baldwin County before1865. Original owner of Lockerly Hall." (As indexed in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia.)


General Notes: Child - Harper TUCKER

1827 GEORGIA LAND LOTTERY, Washington County Residents, by date of drawing:
46th Day's Drawings - April 28
5 6 119 Tucker, Harper - Washington County, Avans [5 shows land in Carroll County.]
(http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/washington/deeds/1827lot.txt)

1830 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, pg0239a.txt 246A/B 23 Tucker Harper (ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/washington/census/1830/index.txt)

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Baldwin County, 321 GMD, Page 29, Line11 Harper Tucker. His brother Daniel TUCKER is on same page, line 23.

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Exclusive of Milledgeville, August 20, 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 61 Page: 117: 10 428 428 Harper Tucker 45 M Farmer 19,000 South Carolina; Mary Tucker 42 F Georgia; John Tucker 18 M Georgia; Arabella Tucker 16 F Georgia; Mary Tucker 14 F Georgia; Eliza Tucker 12 F Georgia; George Tucker 11 M Georgia; Laura Tucker 9 F Georgia; Joseph Tucker 7 M Georgia; Sarah Tucker 5 F Georgia; Lenora Tucker 11 mos F Georgia

MR. AND MRS. HARPER TUCKER Back in the days before the Civil War, When Georgia was hardly known, Shadrach BIVINS and his wife, Mildred WARD, came to this great State of today and settled in Midway, Ga. This couple were among the first settlers in what is known as BALDWIN COUNTY, coming South from Maryland. Besides raising several sons, Mr. and Mrs. BIVINS had only on daughter, Mary (BIVINS). When very young, Miss BIVINS, who was a woman of fine mental capacity, and was considered somewhat of a beauty, married Mr. HARPER TUCKER. Mr. Tucker was the son of ROBERT and Annie REESE TUCKER, of WASHINGTON COUNTY. When only forty years of age, Mr. TUCKER died, leaving his wife and ten children...Joseph TUCKER, the youngest of the boys, joined the Confederate forces at the age of sixteen, and served until the close of the war. Mrs. TUCKER died in Sandersville, Georgia, at the mellow age of seventy-three, in the year 1878. (From: Part V HISTORY of BALDWIN COUNTY GEORGIA BY MRS. ANNA MARIA GREEN COOK ILLUSTRATED ANDERSON. S. C. Keys-Hearn Printing Co. -1925-
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/history/other/gms329historyo.txt)


General Notes: Child - William Henry Harrison TUCKER

See father's notes.
1830 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, pg0252a.txt 258A/B 8 POSSIBLE, Tucker William

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Anna Taylor REESE




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       Father: Joseph Ephraim REESE (Cir 1804-1876)
       Mother: Mary Martha REESE (1804-1883)




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Arthur H. REESE




Husband Arthur H. REESE 3265

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       Father: John Altum REESE (1779-1844) 1433
       Mother: Mary HOWELL (1776-After 1844) 791





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General Notes: Husband - Arthur H. REESE

Arthur H. REESE is named in the 1843 Will of his father, John A. REESE.
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Arthur Howell REESE, Jr.




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       Father: Arthur Howell REESE, Sr. (      -      )
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Patrick Henry WOOD and Bessie Pritchett REESE




Husband Patrick Henry WOOD 3375

         Born: 7 Nov 1902 - Lake Charles, Louisiana 3375
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         Died: 20 Mar 1989 - Port Arthur, Texas 3375
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Wife Bessie Pritchett REESE 3375,3890

         Born: 20 Nov 1901 - Lowndes County, Alabama 3375
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         Died: 11 Nov 1987 - Port Arthur, Texas 3375
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       Father: John Dudley REESE, Sr. (1859-1942) 3375,3376,3377
       Mother: Sallie Herbert COOK (1865-1908) 76,3376




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WELLS and Catherine REESE




Husband WELLS 1433

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Wife Catherine REESE 1432

         Born: 14 Jan 1760 - South Carolina 1830
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       Father: Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC (Cir 1736-1795) 1437
       Mother: Ann REYNOLDS (Cir 1738-After 1771) 1432




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Charles Edwin REESE




Husband Charles Edwin REESE

         Born: 24 Dec 1894 - Lowndes County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 Aug 1898 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - The Pines Cemetery


       Father: John Dudley REESE, Sr. (1859-1942) 3375,3376,3377
       Mother: Sallie Herbert COOK (1865-1908) 76,3376





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Charles Edwin REESE and Bettie Allen WHITMAN




Husband Charles Edwin REESE

         Born: 17 Feb 1862 - Lowndes County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 Nov 1916 - Lowndes County, Alabama
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       Father: Charles Edwin REESE (      -      )
       Mother: Sarah Hammond DUDLEY (      -      )


     Marriage: 2 Nov 1886



Wife Bettie Allen WHITMAN

         Born: 1865
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         Died: 1936
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Daniel REESE




Husband Daniel REESE 1432

         Born: 4 Oct 1766 - South Carolina 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1795 1433
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       Father: Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC (Cir 1736-1795) 1437
       Mother: Ann REYNOLDS (Cir 1738-After 1771) 1432





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General Notes: Husband - Daniel REESE

Not mentioned in his father's will of 1795. Died young? All other children named in the will.
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Emma G. REESE




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Wife Emma G. REESE 791

         Born:  - Richland County, South Carolina
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       Father: Joseph Ephraim REESE (Cir 1804-1876) 791,3265
       Mother: Mary MARSHALL (      -      ) 791




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Lt. Ephraim REESE, RS-SC




Husband Lt. Ephraim REESE, RS-SC 1432

         Born: 17 Sep 1755 - South Carolina 1830
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       Father: Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC (Cir 1736-1795) 1437
       Mother: Ann REYNOLDS (Cir 1738-After 1771) 1432





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General Notes: Husband - Lt. Ephraim REESE, RS-SC

Ephraim was a Lt. in the Revolutionary War, assisted in taking the first census in 1790, in which he is listed with his wife, three sons and two daughters.
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Grace C. REESE




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Wife Grace C. REESE 4734

         Born: Abt 1832
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         Died: 8 Jun 1851 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery


       Father: Timothy REESE (1769-1837) 1432
       Mother: Elizabeth HOWELL (1781-1857) 791




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General Notes: Wife - Grace C. REESE

Grace C. is named in the 1837 Will of her father, Timothy REESE.

"Grace C. Reese Died 8 Jun. 1851 Age 19" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)
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J. D. REESE




Husband J. D. REESE 791

         Born: 1855
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         Died: 25 Dec 1936
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       Father: Arthur Howell REESE, Sr. (      -      ) 791
       Mother: Mary Ann GEIGER (      -      ) 791





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Jesse REESE




Husband Jesse REESE 1830

         Born: 7 Nov 1774 - South Carolina 1433
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         Died: Bef 21 Nov 1821 - Richland County, South Carolina 1831
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       Father: Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC (Cir 1736-1795) 1437
       Mother: Sarah (      -Bef 1845) 1281





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General Notes: Husband - Jesse REESE

Will Abstract: Will Book G, Richland County, South Carolina: "Page 204. Jesse REESE. Will, January 7, 1819-November 21, 1821. Wit.: Robert EDMUNDS, Chas. W. R. KESTER, Frances A. MARSHALL. Brother: John A. REESE."
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Jesse REESE and Gabriella Augusta YOUNG




Husband Jesse REESE 791

         Born: 6 Dec 1800 - Richland District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Oct 1885 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Beulah Baptist Church, Richland County, South Carolina


       Father: Joseph REESE, Jr. (1764-1805) 1432
       Mother: Sarah HOWELL (1774-1845) 791


     Marriage: 10 Nov 1859 791



Wife Gabriella Augusta YOUNG 791

         Born: 15 Jan 1842 - Sumter County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Apr 1930 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Beulah Baptist Church, Richland County, South Carolina


       Father: William YOUNG (Cir 1818-      ) 791
       Mother: Ann CUMMINGS (Cir 1820-      ) 791




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Jesse Daniel REESE




Husband Jesse Daniel REESE 791

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       Father: Joseph Ephraim REESE (Cir 1804-1876) 791,3265
       Mother: Mary MARSHALL (      -      ) 791





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SALTERS and Joan REESE




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       Father: Leon Gordon REESE, Sr.
       Mother: Catherine CHILDERS (1914-2001)




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General Notes: Wife - Joan REESE

Joan R. Salters of Latta, South Carolina, is named as the surviving daughter in the June 2001 obituary of Catherine Childers Reese.

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John A. REESE




Husband John A. REESE 791

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       Father: Joseph Ephraim REESE (Cir 1804-1876) 791,3265
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Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC and Ann REYNOLDS




Husband Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC 1437

         Born: Cir 1736 - Kent County, Pennsylvania
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         Died: 5 Mar 1795 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery


       Father: Daniel REESE (Cir 1710-      )
       Mother: Mary (Cir 1712-      )


     Marriage: Cir 1754

 Other Spouse: Sarah (      -Bef 1845) 1281 - After 12 Jan 1762



Wife Ann REYNOLDS 1432

         Born: Cir 1738
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1 M Lt. Ephraim REESE, RS-SC 1432

         Born: 17 Sep 1755 - South Carolina 1830
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2 F Mary REESE 1432

         Born: 17 Aug 1758 - South Carolina 1830
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       Spouse: Hargrave ARTHUR (      -      ) 1433


3 F Catherine REESE 1432

         Born: 14 Jan 1760 - South Carolina 1830
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       Spouse: WELLS (      -Bef 1795) 1433


4 M Joseph REESE, Jr. 1432

         Born: 17 Jun 1764 - Richland County, South Carolina 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 Jan 1805 - Richland County, South Carolina 1830
       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery
       Spouse: Sarah HOWELL (1774-1845) 791
         Marr: 18 Oct 1795 - Richland County, South Carolina 791,1433


5 M Daniel REESE 1432

         Born: 4 Oct 1766 - South Carolina 1830
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         Died: Bef 1795 1433
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6 M Timothy REESE 1432

         Born: 7 May 1769 - South Carolina 1830
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         Died: 14 Nov 1837 - Richland County, South Carolina 1830
       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery
       Spouse: Elizabeth HOWELL (1781-1857) 791


7 F Ann REESE 472,2852

         Born: 30 May 1771 - Richland District, South Carolina 4978
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         Died: 28 May 1846 - Baldwin County, Georgia 301
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John Robert TUCKER (1768-1816) 2852,2853
         Marr: Bef 1792



General Notes: Husband - Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC

CONFLICT! Contrary to published information saying that Rev. Joseph REESE's father was Evan and Sarah REES, Harriet Imrey contradicts it saying that Daniel and Mary REESE are his parents. Her explanation of this is in my general notes on Daniel REESE. Interestingly, Joseph has a son Daniel, but no son named Evan? (RLD)

"This Joseph Rees was Rev. Joseph Rees s/o Evan and Sarah Rees. He was born in Kent Co. PA (now DE, the 3 counties of DE were then known as the "three lower counties" of Pennsylvania). His first wife was Ann Reynolds (probably mother of Ephriam as he was the oldest child). Spouses of children, where I know them: Mary: Hargrave Arthur; Joseph: Sarah Howell; Timothy: Elizabeth Howell; Ann: Robert Tucker; John Altum: Mary Howell; Catherine: ____ Wells
In 1759, Joseph was a member of the Fairforest Baptist Church Richland Co. SC. He was the first pastor of the Congaree Baptist Church. He lived 3 miles away near Pincushion Swamp. His plantation "Permacrusian" was located across the river in Richland. The Howell family the 3 sons married into was related to the wife of Jefferson Davis, whose maiden name was Howell. There is info on his ministry in "South Carolina Baptists 1670-1805" by Leah Townsend. Originally published in 1935, it was reprinted by the Gen. Pub. Co. Baltimore. The Charleston Association referred to him as "eminently pious, excellent and useful". (An epitaph of which anyone would be proud.) I do not descend from Joseph, but from Hugh Rees who was in SC with 4 brothers by 1770.
The only clue I have to Sarah's prior husbands is that apparently her last one was named Altum/Altom (from your info, I presume Altom is correct, particularly as I had the son as John Alton, which obviously should be Altom). I have identified the sons-in-law named in the will. No clue on the Raiford who was a witness, but as I said in my original posting, Joseph D. Rees III had a daughter Mary Raiford Rees who married a Garner, so it seems likely he or his father married a Raiford." (Dave Reese,http://genforum.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?carolina::reese::1179.html)
Rev. Joseph REESE served as a chaplin in the Revolutionary War with forces from the Congaree. (Green. "History of Richland County", page 102.) He may have been the third husband of Sarah, his second wife.
The will of Rev. Joseph REESE is filed in Probate Court, Columbia, South Carolina (will book C--Folios 107,108,109) was recorded April 6, 1795; lists wife Sarah (THOMAS) REESE and nine children by his first wife. Rev. REESE died on March 5, 1795 at the age of sixty-three, in Richland County, South Carolina, at his home. He was interred in the family cemetery on his estate, Pincushion (Pennocrucion), about 12 miles east of Columbia, South Carolina, on the Garner Ferry Road. In 1940 this place was owned by Mr. Rawles.

WILL OF JOSEPH REESE
In the name of God amen: I Joseph REESE of Richland County, State of South Carolina (Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ) being in a low state of health, but of sound sense & memory, thanks be to Almighty God for the same, but calling to mind the mortallity of my body, & knowing it is appointed unto all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last will & testiment in the manner & form following, ( that is to say ): Principally & first of all I recommend my soul into the Hands of almight God who gave it; and my body I recommend to the Earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named, and as Touching such worldly Estate wherewith it has pleased god to bless me in this life, I give, devise & dispose of the same in the following manner & form, Imprivis, it is my desire that all my funeral charges & just debts be first paid.
Item: I lend to my beloved wife Sarah REESE, one negro man named Prince & and one negro woman named Juda & her children in the same manner & form as left to her by her first husband. I also leave unto my beloved wife all the lands left her by her first husband and in the same manner and form. I also leave unto my beloved wife Sarah REESE, all the cattle found in my stock marked with a crop & hole in one ear & crop & slit in the other and branded thus --- in the same manner and form as they were left her by her first husband. I also leave to my beloved wife, Sarah REESE one feather bed & furnitures in the same manner and form as left her by her first husband. Item: I lend unto my beloved wife Sarah REESE, my two negroes by name Roger and Hagar in the same manner & form as they were left her by her Second Husband:
Item: I lend unto my beloved wife Sarah REESE during her natural life the use of my horse Pellican with the saddle she now hath, & after her death I Give and bequeath said horse & saddle to my beloved daughter Catherine WELLS, to her heirs & assigns forever. I also lend unto my beloved wife Sarah REESE one book of Mr. Bunyans writing and one of Mr. Holmes writing, during her natural life, and after her decease, I give & bequeath both said books unto my beloved daughter Ann TUCKER & to her heirs and assigns forever.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Sarah REESE, One-sixth part of my present stock of hogs, together with one share & quarter of my crop this year:
Item: I give and bequeath unto my beloved son Ephraim REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever the two notes of hand which I have upon Mr. Joel M. LEMON:
Item: I give and bequeath unto my beloved Daughter Mary ARTHUR & to her heirs and assigns forever, my negro woman named Hannah, also my tract of land on the head of backswamp run on a warrant in my own name.
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved Daughter Catherine WELLS & to her heirs & assigns forever my tract of land situate on the waters of Lawsons fork which land was run on a warrant in the name of Henry SUNDAY:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved Daughter Catherine WELLS & to her heirs & assigns forever the note of hand which I have upon Colonel John WENN, Senr. Including the interest:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved sons Joseph REESE & Jesse REESE & to their heirs and assigns forever, my tract of land in the Lowground of the Congaree whereon my plantation & houses now are, to be equally divided between them:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved sons Joseph & Jesse REESE, & to their heirs and assigns forever, my tract of land on the head of the Pingustion, to be equally divided between them,
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son Joseph REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my negro man named Boson:
Item: I give & bequeath to my beloved son Joseph REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, forty pounds sterling money to be paid to him out of my Estates:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son Jesse REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my negro lad named Starling:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son Timothy REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my pine woods plantation & tract of land where on I now live containing one hundred & fifty acres.
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son Timothy REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my tract of land in the Lowground of the Congaree, containing forty six acres run on a warrant in the name of William TUCKER:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son Timothy REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, those my three negroes by name, Peter, Agge & Sela, with the future increase of the said females.
Item: I lend unto my beloved Daughter Ann TUCKER & to the heirs of her body forever, my negro girl named Hager with her future increase:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved Daughter Ann TUCKER & her heirs and assigns forever, the note of hand which I have on Mr. Ludwell EVANS & the two notes of hand which I have on the two young Mr. JACKSONs, together with my book debts, which with the above said notes, will amount to twenty pounds sterling:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son John Altom REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my tract of land situate on Cedar Creek run on warrant in my own name:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son John Altom REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my negro man named Charles & my negro woman named Sharlet, with her future increase:
Item: It is my desire that all my stock of horses, cattle & hogs, should be equally divided between my four sons, Joseph REESE , Timothy REESE , Jesse REESE & John Altom REESE, to them & their heirs forever:
Item: It is my desire that my stock of sheep should be equally divided between my six children, namely Mary ARTHUR, Joseph REESE, Timothy REESE, Jesse REESE, Ann TUCKER & John Altom REESE, to them & their heirs forever:
Item: It is my desire that all my children should have an equal part of my books:
Item: It is my desire that all my household furniture & plantation tools should be equally divided between my four sons, Joseph REESE, Timothy REESE, Jesse REESE and John Altom REESE, to them & their heirs forever.
Item: It is my desire that all the personal property belonging to my sons Jesse REESE & John Altom REESE (Negroes & Books Excepted) should be sold & the money arising therefrom be put to the best use for the benefit of the said Jesse & John Altom REESE to be paid to them at the age of twenty-one years.
Item: It is my desire that my beloved son, John Altom REESE should have two years schooling, and the expense of teaching, boarding, & clothing to be paid out of the labour of his negroes- - and at the expiration of the two years when he has obtained his schooling it is my desire that my said son John Altom should be put into a store & his negroes which I have given him be put into a crop or hired out, and their earnings or hire with the profit arising therefrom, to be paid to my said son John Altom at the age of twenty-one years, at which age he is to take possession of his negroes.
Item: If either of my these my sons should die before they come of age or marry, it is my desire that the personal property of the deceased should be equally divided between all my surviving children, but the land of the deceased it is my desire should be equally divided between the surviving of my four sons, namely, Joseph REESE, Timothy REESE, Jesse REESE & John Altom REESE, to them and their heirs forever.
AND LASTLY I do make & ordain, Constitute & appoint my beloved sons-in-law and sons Hargrove ARTHUR, Joseph REESE, Timothy REESE, & Robert TUCKER to be my lawful Executors & Guardians of my children, to execute this my last will & testament revoking, disannulling & making voyd, all former wills & Executions by me in anywise named or made, declaring this & no other, to be my last will & Testament. In Witness Whereof I the said Joseph REESE have hereunto set my hand & seal this the 27th day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety two.
Joseph REESE. In Presence of Joel McLEMON Isaac RAIFORD G. L. PARKER.
Proved in open court April the 6th 1795 on the Testimony of Isaac RAIFORD. Martyn ALKEN G. C. [SC Archives: S108093: South Carolina Will Transcripts (Microcopy No 9) Reese, Joseph of Richland County, Will Typescript (MSS WILL: Book C, Page 107; Estate Packet: Box 26, Pkg 627).

"Rev. Joseph Reese Died 5 Mar. 1795 Age 63 - His stone was broken off and has since been taken in by a descendant. He was the first Baptist minister in this part of South Carolina, and was also a Revolutionary War veteran." (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)


General Notes: Wife - Ann REYNOLDS

Ann REYNOLDS married the Rev. Joseph REESE. She may have died about 1762. Joseph married next Sarah, widow of William RAIFORD who had died before 12 Jan 1762.


Notes: Marriage

Estimated from year of first child's birth.


General Notes: Child - Lt. Ephraim REESE, RS-SC

Ephraim was a Lt. in the Revolutionary War, assisted in taking the first census in 1790, in which he is listed with his wife, three sons and two daughters.


General Notes: Child - Joseph REESE, Jr.

Had five children.

"Joseph Reese Died 28 Jan. 1805 Age 40" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)


General Notes: Child - Daniel REESE

Not mentioned in his father's will of 1795. Died young? All other children named in the will.


General Notes: Child - Timothy REESE

Will abstract: Richland County Will Book K: "Page 294. Timothy REESE. Will, November 11, 1837-March 1838. Wit.: W. DENLEY, Jos. E. REESE, M. R. HOWELL, James CAMPBELL. Wife: Elizabeth (Mill Creek plantation). Son: Joseph A. REESE (Pincushion Plantation). Dau.: Grace C. REESE."

"Timothy Reese Died 14 Nov. 1837 Age 68" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html) 4734


General Notes: Child - Ann REESE

Anna Reese - Sex: F Individual Information Birth: 30 May 1771 - Richland Co., SC. Death: 29 May 1843 - Baldwin Co., GA. Burial: May 1843 - Baldwin Co., GA. Cause of Death: ?. Spouses and Children 1. *John Robert Tucker Marriage: Abt 1790 Children: 1. William Henry Harrison Tucker. (http://www.mysmithclan.com/i2118.html)

See: http://www.palmettoroots.org/RichlandFamilies.html

Abstract, Baldwin County Will Book B (1829-1854): ANNA TUCKER 4/18/1846 - 5/28/1846 Children: William H. H. TUCKER, Daniel R. TUCKER, Harper TUCKER. Others mentioned: Grandchildren (orphaned) - Eliza Hamilton GOODE, Thomas Sydenham GOODE, Martha Lynn GOODE; Ferdinand JACOBS; Tomlinson FORT Codicil dated ......Harrison TUCKER; Luther M. LANE; Joseph LANE. [http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/baldwin/wills/willbkb.txt]

Another with additional information: Anna TUCKER, 4/18/1846:5/28/1846, p. 138 - Grch: orphaned - Eliza Hamilton GOODE, Thomas Sydenham GOODE, Marthe Lynn GOODE. Son: William H. H. TUCKER, Daniel R. and Harper. Executors: Sons, Daniel R. and Harper TUCKER. Wit: Ferdinand JACOBS, Tomlinson FORT. Codicil: slave taken from grch and given to son, Harrison TUCKER. Wit: Tomlinson FORT, Luther LANE, Joseph LANE. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/fulton/georgia_research/GAWILLS.pdf)

Two of these grandchildren are living with her son Daniel R TUCKER in the 1850 census of Baldwin County: Eliza H. (Hamilton) Goode 19 F Georgia; Martha (Lynn) Goode 9 F Georgia

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Joseph A. REESE




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General Notes: Husband - Joseph A. REESE

Joseph A. is named in the 1837 Will of his father, Timothy REESE. Joseph was given Pincushion plantation.
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Joseph Ephraim REESE and Mary Martha REESE




Husband Joseph Ephraim REESE 791,3265

         Born: Cir 1804
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       Father: John Altum REESE (1779-1844) 1433
       Mother: Mary HOWELL (1776-After 1844) 791


     Marriage: Bef 1836 791

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Wife Mary Martha REESE

          AKA: Polly HOWELL 791
         Born: 1804
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       Buried: 29 Aug 1883 - Richland County, South Carolina


       Father: Joseph REESE, Jr. (1764-1805) 1432
       Mother: Sarah HOWELL (1774-1845) 791




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2 F Anna Taylor REESE (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Elizabeth REESE (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Joseph H. REESE

         Born: Abt 1837
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       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery




General Notes: Husband - Joseph Ephraim REESE

Joseph E. REESE is named in the 1843 Will of his father, John A. REESE.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Martha REESE

"Mary Martha "Polly" REESE was the second wife of Joseph Ephraim REESE. They were double first cousins. Their fathers were brothers (Joseph REESE & John Alton REESE) and their mothers were sisters (Sarah HOWELL & Mary HOWELL)." 791


General Notes: Child - Martha Sarah REESE

Called "Kitty".


General Notes: Child - Joseph H. REESE

"Joseph H. Reese Died 13 Mar. 1843 Age 5y 4m s/o Joseph E. & M.M. Reese" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)
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Joseph H. REESE




Husband Joseph H. REESE

         Born: Abt 1837
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       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery


       Father: Joseph Ephraim REESE (Cir 1804-1876) 791,3265
       Mother: Mary Martha REESE (1804-1883)





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"Joseph H. Reese Died 13 Mar. 1843 Age 5y 4m s/o Joseph E. & M.M. Reese" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)
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Phillip Taylor WILLIAMS and Julia Hesperia REESE




Husband Phillip Taylor WILLIAMS 3375

         Born: 20 May 1891 - Greensburg, Kentucky 3375
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       Buried:  - Port Arthur, Texas
     Marriage: 2 Dec 1927 - Travis County, Texas



Wife Julia Hesperia REESE 3375,3890

         Born: 20 Sep 1900 - Lowndes County, Alabama 3375
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       Father: John Dudley REESE, Sr. (1859-1942) 3375,3376,3377
       Mother: Sallie Herbert COOK (1865-1908) 76,3376



 Other Spouse: Jack OWEN (Cir 1900-      ) - After 1960


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Martha S. REESE




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Wife Martha S. REESE 3265

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       Father: John Altum REESE (1779-1844) 1433
       Mother: Mary HOWELL (1776-After 1844) 791




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General Notes: Wife - Martha S. REESE

Martha S. REESE is named in the 1843 Will of her father, John A. REESE.
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Mary Cook REESE




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Wife Mary Cook REESE

         Born: 5 Sep 1886 - Lowndes County, Alabama
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       Father: John Dudley REESE, Sr. (1859-1942) 3375,3376,3377
       Mother: Sallie Herbert COOK (1865-1908) 76,3376




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Mary Howell REESE




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Wife Mary Howell REESE 3265

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       Father: John Altum REESE (1779-1844) 1433
       Mother: Mary HOWELL (1776-After 1844) 791




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General Notes: Wife - Mary Howell REESE

Mary Howell REESE is named in the 1843 Will of her father, John A. REESE.
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Sarah Marshall REESE




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Wife Sarah Marshall REESE 791

         Born: 21 Jan 1826 - Richland County, South Carolina
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       Father: Joseph Ephraim REESE (Cir 1804-1876) 791,3265
       Mother: Mary MARSHALL (      -      ) 791




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Thomas Laurens REESE




Husband Thomas Laurens REESE

         Born: 28 Dec 1860 - Lowndes County, Alabama
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       Father: Charles Edwin REESE (      -      )
       Mother: Sarah Hammond DUDLEY (      -      )





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Thomas Sidney REESE




Husband Thomas Sidney REESE 3375

         Born: 1906 - Lowndes County, Alabama 3375
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       Father: John Dudley REESE, Sr. (1859-1942) 3375,3376,3377
       Mother: Sallie Herbert COOK (1865-1908) 76,3376





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William REESE




Husband William REESE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Arthur Howell REESE, Sr. (      -      )
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William H. REESE




Husband William H. REESE 791

         Born: Abt 1818
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       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery


       Father: Joseph Ephraim REESE (Cir 1804-1876) 791,3265
       Mother: Mary MARSHALL (      -      ) 791





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General Notes: Husband - William H. REESE

"William H. Reese Died 2 Sep. 1825 Age 7" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)
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Angie Faye REEVES




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Dallas REEVES




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General Notes: Wife - Dallas REEVES

Dallas Reeves is named as a surviving granddaughter in the 1970 obituary of Edwin Meade Hawley.
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Edwin REEVES




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General Notes: Husband - Edwin REEVES

Edwin Reeves is named as a surviving grandson in the 1970 obituary of Edwin Meade Hawley.
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Hal REEVES




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General Notes: Husband - Hal REEVES

Hal Reeves is named as a surviving grandson in the 1970 obituary of Edwin Meade Hawley.
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Peter REEVES




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General Notes: Husband - Peter REEVES

Peter Reeves is named as a surviving grandson in the 1970 obituary of Edwin Meade Hawley.
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Thomas Hightower REGAN




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Charles Alston WILLIAMS and Leona REGISTER




Husband Charles Alston WILLIAMS 2216

         Born: 14 Aug 1895 - Georgia 2216
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       Father: James Thomas WILLIAMS (      -      ) 2216
       Mother: Frances Elizabeth SNELLING (1870-      ) 1886,2206


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Bernard T. REHKOPF




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       Father: Colonel Edward Bernard REHKOPF, USA (1878-      )
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Edward Nye REHKOPF




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       Father: Colonel George Doan REHKOPF, WW II, Vietnam (1919-2006)
       Mother: Helene Louise NYE (1923-1997)





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General Notes: Husband - Edward Nye REHKOPF

"son, Edward Nye (USMA 1969) born in July of 1947" is also named as "Edward N. Rehkopf of Mount Ulla, NC" in the January 2006 obituary of George Doan Rehkopf.
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Edward P. REHKOPF




Husband Edward P. REHKOPF

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       Father: Colonel Edward Bernard REHKOPF, USA (1878-      ) 2110
       Mother: Ellen Darling ERWIN (1884-1978) 2110





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General Notes: Husband - Edward P. REHKOPF

RESEARCH NOTE:
This Edward?
Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record
Name:, Edward B. Rehkopf
State of Issue: Maryland
Date of Birth: Thursday March 21, 1912
Date of Death: Saturday April 16, 1994
Est. Age at Death: 82 years, 26 days
Last known residence: Houston, Harris County, Texas 77096
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Capt. Ellen Darling REHKOPF, USA




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Wife Capt. Ellen Darling REHKOPF, USA

         Born: 4 Aug 1910 - New Mexico
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       Buried: 8 Jan 1990 - Houston National Cemetery, Harris County, Texas


       Father: Colonel Edward Bernard REHKOPF, USA (1878-      ) 2110
       Mother: Ellen Darling ERWIN (1884-1978) 2110




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General Notes: Wife - Capt. Ellen Darling REHKOPF, USA

Ellen Darling Rehkopf is buried in Plot: Section L Site 1726, Houston National Cemetery, Houston, Harris County, Texas. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 101118863:

ELLEN D REHKOPF
CAPT US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
AUG4 1910 JAN 4 1990

Ellen Rehkopf born 4 August 1910 died in January 1990. Social security number: 542-68-4345 issued in Oregon. Last residence: Houston, Harris County, Texas 77021. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V95D-YWR : accessed 22 Nov 2012), Ellen Rehkopf, January 1990; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Ellen Darling Rehkopf died 4 January 1990 in Harris County, Texas, United States. ["Texas, Death Index, 1964-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JVV5-24Q : accessed 22 Nov 2012), Ellen Darling Rehkopf, 04 Jan 1990; citing Texas Department of State Health Services, Austin,Texas.]

Rehkopf, Ellen D, b. 08/04/1910, d. 01/04/1990, CPT USA, Plot: L 1726, bur. 01/08/1990, * [http://www.interment.net/data/us/tx/harris/housnat/houston_rauren.htm]
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Colonel George Doan REHKOPF, WW II, Vietnam and Frances RICKER




Husband Colonel George Doan REHKOPF, WW II, Vietnam

         Born: 19 Oct 1919 - Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 Jan 2006 - Rowan County, North Carolina
       Buried:  - United States Military Academy Post Cemetery, West Point, Orange County, New York


       Father: Colonel Edward Bernard REHKOPF, USA (1878-      ) 2110
       Mother: Ellen Darling ERWIN (1884-1978) 2110


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Helene Louise NYE (1923-1997) - 27 Nov 1943



Wife Frances RICKER (details suppressed for this person)

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Children

General Notes: Husband - Colonel George Doan REHKOPF, WW II, Vietnam

"Rehkopf, George D. (O25004). B- Kans. 19 Oct 19. A-M. A., Pa. PD> B. S., U.S.M.A., 42. [Official Army Register. 1 January 1945, page 774]

"REHKOPF George Doan O25005 B-Kans 19 Ovt 19 A-MA Pa SS PH(OLC) BSUSMA 42 E--Inf Bsc Grad Inf SCH Bsc O Crse 42 Cadet MA 1 July 39 to May 42 1lt AUS 29 Dec 42 to Maj AUC 25 Jan 46 RA 2lt 29 May 42 to Capt 15 July 48" [Official Army Register, Volume I. United States Army, active and retired lists, 1 January 1950, page 472]

Obituary and Death Notice
SALISBURY -- Colonel (retired) George Doan Rehkopf passed peacefully away Saturday morning in Salisbury, NC, at age 86. Son of Colonel Ned B. Rehkopf (U.S. Military Academy, class of 1902) and maternal grandson of Brigadier General James Brailsford Erwin (USMA 1880), Rehkopf was born at Ft. Leavenworth, KS, on October 19, 1919. As the member of a military family, travel and reassignment were frequent and resulted in five different elementary and three high schools. He received an appointment to West Point and entered in the summer of 1938 as a member of the Class of 1942.
Upon graduation Rehkopf was assigned to the 30th Infantry Division (Old Hickory). By January of 1944 Captain Rehkopf commanded I Company of the 119th Infantry, 30th Division, on its way to England for the invasion of France. The 30th Division was one of the follow-on divisions to the initial beach assault at Omaha Beach. On the 30th of June, Rehkopf was wounded by German artillery fire and evacuated to England. After recuperation, he returned in time for the Battle of the Bulge and was wounded a second time in late February of 1945 during the Roer River crossing. His decorations included the Silver Star for valor and two Purple Hearts.
After the war Rehkopf returned to the states and was assigned to Army Intelligence in the Pentagon. During the latter phase of this assignment, Rehkopf was transferred to the National Security Agency and was commander of a decoding division with over 125 staff. What followed was the somewhat normal series of military schooling, troop assignment, and further Pentagon duty. Delightful assignments in Paris from 1952 to 1955 and Puerto Rico from 1961 to 1964 resulted in pleasant experiences and a much-improved golf game.
After finishing the War College he was assigned as the Commanding Officer of the newly formed 199th Light Infantry Brigade at Fort Benning in 1966. Late that year the 199th shipped to Vietnam with Rehkopf as the Deputy Commander. Upon returning from Vietnam, his final assignment was to the Artillery School at Ft. Sill as Senior Associate Arms Instructor, retiring in January of 1969 to become a stock and commodities broker in Columbus, GA. On reaching age 62 he fully retired to the golf course in order to complete his series of 7 holes-in-one -- all, he claimed, with little or no practice.
At the beginning of his career, on November 27, 1943, he married Helene Louise Nye, daughter of Wilbur S. Nye (USMA 1920). Their first child, a daughter Robin Elleane, was born in September of 1944, while he was overseas. He and Helene also had a son, Edward Nye (USMA 1969) born in July of 1947, and a second daughter, Lynn, born in January 1951. In retirement in Columbus [Georgia], he and Helene were active members of Holy Family Church and enjoyed their life together in Green Island Hills. The serenity and joy of this family life came to an abrupt end in May of 1997 with Helene's passing.
After a period of dispossessing a lifetime's accumulation, he learned the telephone number of a recently widowed high school friend, Frances (Sassy) Ricker. They reconnected by phone and were wed in April of 1999 after which they made their home in Raleigh, NC. He always expressed appreciation and gratitude to Sassy and her family, Frances (Frannie) Whitten and Frederic Arnold of Raleigh, and Victoria Wood of Greenville, SC, for making his last years so enjoyable.
Rehkopf is survived by his wife, Frances Ricker Rehkopf; and three children, Robin S. Rehkopf of Van Nuys, CA, Edward N. Rehkopf of Mount Ulla, NC, and Lynn Doroghazi of St. Louis, MO; eight grandchildren; and three great grandchildren.
His remains will be laid to rest next to Helene below the Old Cadet Chapel at West Point. George will always be remembered by his children and grandchildren as an imposing man with a ready smile, a great sense of humor, and a love of life. He will be missed.
Arrangements entrusted to Renaissance Funeral Home of Raleigh, 919-866-1866
[The News & Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina, Tuesday, January 31, 2006, Page B8]

Colonel Rehkopf is interred at West Point in the Old Cadet Chapel Columbarium, 14-A-Bottom Right.

Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record:
George Rehkopf born Sunday, October 19, 1919 died Saturday, January 28, 2006 atage 86 years, 3 months, 9 days. Last known residence: Mount Ulla; Bear Poplar, Rowan County, North Carolina 28125


General Notes: Wife - Frances RICKER

"Frances (Sassy) Ricker... wed in April of 1999" is named as the second wife of George doan Rehkopf in his january 2006 obituary.
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James E. REHKOPF




Husband James E. REHKOPF

         Born: 1916 - Oklahoma
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       Father: Colonel Edward Bernard REHKOPF, USA (1878-      ) 2110
       Mother: Ellen Darling ERWIN (1884-1978) 2110





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General Notes: Husband - James E. REHKOPF

James Rehkopf's middle initial is E. in 1920, but is T. in 1940.
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Lynn REHKOPF




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Wife Lynn REHKOPF (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Colonel George Doan REHKOPF, WW II, Vietnam (1919-2006)
       Mother: Helene Louise NYE (1923-1997)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Lynn REHKOPF

"daughter, Lynn, born in January 1951" is also named as "Lynn Doroghazi of St. Louis, MO" in the January 2006 obituary of George Doan Rehkopf.
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Robin Elleane REHKOPF




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Wife Robin Elleane REHKOPF (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Colonel George Doan REHKOPF, WW II, Vietnam (1919-2006)
       Mother: Helene Louise NYE (1923-1997)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Robin Elleane REHKOPF

"daughter Robin Elleane, was born in September of 1944" is also named as "Robin S. Rehkopf of Van Nuys, CA" in the January 2006 obituary of George Doan Rehkopf.
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Adria REID




Husband (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Adria REID 4607

         Born: 30 Jan 1871 - Lowndes County, Alabama 4607
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 Nov 1872 - Lowndes County, Alabama 4607
       Buried:  - Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama 4607


       Father: Bvt 2Lt George Edward REID, CSA (1840-1911) 709
       Mother: Laura Olivia HARRIS (1847-1938) 707




Children

General Notes: Wife - Adria REID

Adria REID, daughter of George Edward REID and Laura Olivia HARIS, is buried in Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 5314599 created by Kaye Van Fleet on Mar 24, 2001 lists her birth on Jan. 30, 1871 and her death on Nov. 12, 1872.
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W. H. SPIERS and Agnes W. REID




Husband W. H. SPIERS

         Born: 1891
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     Marriage: 17 Jan 1912 - Covington County, Alabama



Wife Agnes W. REID 2431,2432

         Born: Sep 1893 - Alabama 2431
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       Father: Clive Eskel REID (Abt 1867-1913) 707
       Mother: Josie Tennille AVENT (1873-1899)




Children
1 F Zora Mae SPIERS 2432

         Born: 1913 - Alabama 2432
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       Spouse: E. F. GUMPF, Sr. (living)



General Notes: Husband - W. H. SPIERS

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, Ward 7, Montgomery; Series: T625 Roll: 36 Page: 250:
434 115 116 LAMB Ira T. Head M W $@ M GA GA GA Supervisor Inspection Bureau;
-- Erline wife F W 42 M AL AL SC;
-- Mary Virgina Dau F W 9 S GA AL AL;
SPIERS Agnes Niece F W 26 Wd AL GA AL Secretary Superintentant of Railroad;
-- Zora Mae GrNiece F W 6 S AL AL AL.


Notes: Marriage

W. H. SPIRES married Agnes REID on 17 January 1912 in Andalusia, Covington County, Alabama. He was age 21, born in 1891 in Alabama. She was age 18, born in Alabama.
[FamilySearch.org: Alabama Marriages, 1816-1957, indexing project (batch) number: M74417-7, system origin: Alabama-EASy, source film number:1288860]

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Henry T. SMITH and Ann "Nancy" REID




Husband Henry T. SMITH

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     Marriage: 15 May 1821 - Jasper County, Georgia



Wife Ann "Nancy" REID

         Born: 1805
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         Died: Bef 1848
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       Father: Samuel REID, Jr. (Abt 1766-1836)
       Mother: Emily Elizabeth HURT (1780-1829)




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Charlotte Nancy REID




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Wife Charlotte Nancy REID 709

         Born: Abt 1845 - Butler County, Alabama 709
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       Father: Robert Alexander REID, Jr. (1801-1864) 709
       Mother: Nancy Ellen COOK (Abt 1806-1863) 709




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Clarence M. REID




Husband Clarence M. REID 2431

         Born: Apr 1889 - Lowndes County, Alabama 2431
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       Father: Bvt 2Lt George Edward REID, CSA (1840-1911) 709
       Mother: Laura Olivia HARRIS (1847-1938) 707





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Ellen T. REID




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Wife Ellen T. REID 3236

         Born: 1849 - Lowndes County, Alabama 3236
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       Father: Capt. Henry Preston REID, CSA (1826-1884) 1753,3235,3236
       Mother: Ann Butler BROOKS (1826-1879) 3236,3237




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Elmore REID




Husband Elmore REID 2431

         Born: Apr 1884 - Lowndes County, Alabama 2431
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       Father: Bvt 2Lt George Edward REID, CSA (1840-1911) 709
       Mother: Laura Olivia HARRIS (1847-1938) 707





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Evelyn REID




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Wife Evelyn REID 1785

         Born: Abt 1906 - Alabama 1785
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       Father: Clive Eskel REID (Abt 1867-1913) 707
       Mother: Mary Charlotte CUMMING (1877-1972) 1785




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Georgia REID




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Wife Georgia REID 2298

         Born: Abt 1873 - Lowndes County, Alabama 2298
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       Father: Bvt 2Lt George Edward REID, CSA (1840-1911) 709
       Mother: Laura Olivia HARRIS (1847-1938) 707




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J. C. REID




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Wife J. C. REID 1753

         Born: 1860 - Lowndes County, Alabama 1753
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       Father: Capt. Henry Preston REID, CSA (1826-1884) 1753,3235,3236
       Mother: Ann Butler BROOKS (1826-1879) 3236,3237




Children

General Notes: Wife - J. C. REID

J. C. REID, daughter of Henry Preston REID and Ann Butler BROOKS, age three months in 1860, is not with her family in the 1870 census and may have perished during the WBTS.
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John Cook REID




Husband John Cook REID 709

         Born: 19 Nov 1842 - Butler County, Alabama 709
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       Father: Robert Alexander REID, Jr. (1801-1864) 709
       Mother: Nancy Ellen COOK (Abt 1806-1863) 709





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Joyce Elizabeth REID




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Wife Joyce Elizabeth REID (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Harold REID
       Mother: Wanda Gail DANIEL (1948-2006)




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William Park RICE and Lipscomb Taphenas REID




Husband William Park RICE 1751

         Born: Abt Dec 1851 - Alabama 1751,1752
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       Father: Wesley P. RICE (1838-      ) 1751
       Mother: Rebecca C. (1829-      ) 1751


     Marriage: 



Wife Lipscomb Taphenas REID 1753

         Born: Abt 1852 - Lowndes County, Alabama 1752
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       Father: Capt. Henry Preston REID, CSA (1826-1884) 1753,3235,3236
       Mother: Ann Butler BROOKS (1826-1879) 3236,3237




Children
1 M Charles J. RICE 1751

         Born: Abt 1876 - Alabama 1751
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2 F Ellen Lee RICE 1751,4603

         Born: Abt 1878 - Alabama 1751
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       Spouse: Benjamin F. HARDY (Abt 1878-      ) 4603


3 F Anna B. RICE 1751

         Born: 1879 - Alabama 1751
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4 F Illegible C. RICE 1752

         Born: Apr 1882 - Lowndes County, Alabama 3699
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5 F Bessie RICE 1752

         Born: Oct 1884 - Lowndes County, Alabama 1752
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General Notes: Husband - William Park RICE

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Ft Deposit; Series: T9 Roll: 20 Page: 117: RICE Wesley P. W M 52 M Farmer AL VA GA; -- Rebecca C. W F 51 Wife M Keeping house NC NC NC; -- Wm P. W M Son M Farmer AL AL NC; -- Lippie T. W F 28 Dau-in-law M At home AL AL SC; -- Chs J. W M 4 GrSon S At home AL AL AL; -- Ella L. W F 2 GrDau S At home AL AL AL; -- Anna B. W F 6/12 S AL AL AL.

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Ft Deposit; Series: T623 Roll: 26 Page: 62: 61 61 RICE Wesley P. Head W M Aug 1838 71 M 50 AL VA GA Farmer; -- Rebecca C. Wife W F Feby 1829 M 50 2 1 NC NC NC; -- William P. Son W M Dec 18__ 41 M 27 AL AL NC (illegible); -- Lippie T. Dau-in-law W F Dec 1851 48 M 27 6 4 AL AL SC; -- (illegible) C. GrDau W F Apr 1882 18 S AL AL AL; -- Bessie _. (illegible, GrDau assumed) W F Oct 1884 15 S AL AL AL.


General Notes: Wife - Lipscomb Taphenas REID

Called "Lippie."
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Samuel J. WATSON and Louisa REID




Husband Samuel J. WATSON

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       Father: James Hezekiah WATSON (      -      )
       Mother: Mary HOLLMAN (1775-1854)


     Marriage: 1839



Wife Louisa REID

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Children
1 M Joseph Calhoun WATSON 696

         Born: 25 Sep 1850 - Ridge Spring, South Carolina
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         Died: 9 Jan 1896 - Ridge Spring, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth Juliet NICHOLSON (1859-1939) 696,1127
         Marr: 23 Jan 1884 - Ridge Spring, South Carolina



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M. B. REID




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Wife M. B. REID 1753

         Born: Abt 1858 - Lowndes County, Alabama 1753
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       Father: Capt. Henry Preston REID, CSA (1826-1884) 1753,3235,3236
       Mother: Ann Butler BROOKS (1826-1879) 3236,3237




Children

General Notes: Wife - M. B. REID

M. B. REID, daughter of Henry Preston REID and Ann Butler BROOKS, age 2 in 1860, is not with her family in the 1870 census and may have perished during the WBTS.
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Richard Ivey SEAWELL and Margaret Lee REID




Husband Richard Ivey SEAWELL

         Born: 29 Jun 1866
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 Jun 1904 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama
     Marriage: Abt 1897



Wife Margaret Lee REID 2298

         Born: 31 Jul 1865 - Lowndes County, Alabama 3238
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 Dec 1958 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama


       Father: Capt. Henry Preston REID, CSA (1826-1884) 1753,3235,3236
       Mother: Ann Butler BROOKS (1826-1879) 3236,3237



 Other Spouse: James Angus GILCHRIST (Abt 1861-1896) - Bef 1892


Children

General Notes: Husband - Richard Ivey SEAWELL

Richard Ivey SEAWELL was the second husband of Margaret Lee REID, widow of James Angus GILCHRIST.
"A0372 Seawell, Richard Ivy Jun 29, 1866 Jun 20, 1904"
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/myrtlewood1.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Margaret Lee REID

Margaret Lee REID is buried by her second husband Richard Ivy SEAWELL in Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama.

"A0372 Seawell, Richard Ivy Jun 29, 1866 Jun 20, 1904
A0373 Seawell, Margaret Reid Jul 31, 1865 Dec 12, 1958 (Margaret "Maggie" Lee Reid, daughter of Henry Preston and Ann Butler Brooks Reid, married 1st James Angus Gilchrist on Nov. 4, 1885, 2nd Richard Ivey Seawell on Mar. 6, 1902)" [http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/myrtlewood1.txt]
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Matthew WHITFIELD and Mary REID




Husband Matthew WHITFIELD

         Born: Abt 1789
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         Died: Abt 1857
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 24 Nov 1819 - Putnam County, Georgia



Wife Mary REID

         Born: Abt 1803
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         Died: Abt 1824
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       Father: Samuel REID, Jr. (Abt 1766-1836)
       Mother: Emily Elizabeth HURT (1780-1829)




Children

General Notes: Husband - Matthew WHITFIELD

Name and dates from John R. Clarke, 1/16/2004.
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Nancy E. REID




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Wife Nancy E. REID 1753

         Born: Abt 1850 - Lowndes County, Alabama 1753
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       Father: Capt. Henry Preston REID, CSA (1826-1884) 1753,3235,3236
       Mother: Ann Butler BROOKS (1826-1879) 3236,3237




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Robert A. REID, CSA




Husband Robert A. REID, CSA

         Born: 22 Oct 1827 - Butler County, Alabama
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         Died: 15 Dec 1861 - Warren County, Kentucky
       Buried:  - Temple Gate Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Alabama


       Father: Robert Alexander REID, Jr. (1801-1864) 709
       Mother: Nancy Ellen COOK (Abt 1806-1863) 709





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General Notes: Husband - Robert A. REID, CSA

Certificate of Mustering Officer
"I certify on honor that I have carefully examined the men whose names are borne on this roll,
their horses, and equipments, and have accepted them into the service of the Confederate States
for the term of twelve months from this 7th day of September 1861.
Jos. Wagner
Mustering Officer
Date 7th Sept. 1861, Station Montgomery, Ala
ROSTER OF FAGG'S CO., ALA. CAV. "LOWNDES ALA. RANGERS"
[includes]
Reid, R. A.

"R. A. Reid was Robert Alexander Reid, Jr., son of Robert Alexander & Nancy Ellen Cook Reid. R. A. was born October 22, 1827 in Butler Co. and died in November 1864*, in Boiling [sic] Green, KY during the Civil War." [http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/military/civilwar/faggsrangers.txt]
*Robert's tombstone lists his death "at Bowling Green Ky Dec. 15, 1861"

Robert Alexander is buried in Temple Gate Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama. A picture of his tombstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 41173970 created by Jack Caraway on Aug 26, 2009:

SACRED
to the memory of
ROBERT A. REID
son of Alex & N. E. Reid
Born in Butler County, Ala.
Oct. 22, 1827
and died in the service of the
Confederate States at Bowling Green, Ky.
Dec. 15, 1861.

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Robert Alexander REID, Sr. and Susannah STALLINGS




Husband Robert Alexander REID, Sr.

         Born: Abt 1779
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         Died: Abt 1813
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       Father: Samuel G. REID, Sr. (Abt 1728-Abt 1810)
       Mother: Agnes Nancy McKAY (Abt 1753-Abt 1806)


     Marriage: Bef 1801



Wife Susannah STALLINGS

         Born: Abt 1783
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Children
1 M Robert Alexander REID, Jr. 709

         Born: 14 Apr 1801 - Putnam County, Georgia 709
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 Oct 1864 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Temple Gate Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama
       Spouse: Nancy Ellen COOK (Abt 1806-1863) 709
         Marr: 1825



General Notes: Child - Robert Alexander REID, Jr.

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Lowndes District; Series: M432 Roll: 8 Page: 159: 872 872 Alexander REED 48 M Planter 2200 GA; Nancy E. 43 F GA; Robert A. 23 M Planter AL; Mary 21 F AL; Elizabeth D. 19 F AL; Priscilla C. 16 F AL; Gracy A. 14 F AL; Sarah H. 12 F AL; George E. 10 M AL; John C. 7 M AL; Nancy 5 F AL.

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Mt. Willing P O; Series: M653 Roll: 14 Page: 568: 41 40 Alex REID 57 M Farmer 6505 32,699 GA; Nancy E. " 52 F GA; Gracy A. " 24 F AL; Sarah H. " 22 F AL; Geo. E. " 19 M College student AL; M. C. " 15 F AL.
Series: M653 Roll: 14 Page: 563:
2 - R. A. REID 30 M Merch 50 6000 AL; Jno M. LEE 23 M Clerk --- 200 AL; E. D. SNELGROVE 23 Clerk AL.

Robert Alexander REID is buried in Temple Gate Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 40745141 created by Georgia Girl on Aug 16, 2009 lists his birth on Apr. 14, 1801 in Putnam County, Georgia and his death on Oct. 11, 1864 in Mount Willing, Lowndes County, Alabama. It also provides that he married ca. 1820 "Nancy Ellen COOK" [d. 1864] in Butler County, Alabama, and lists one child, Susan T. Reid Meriwether born 1823, died 1866.

Nancy Ellen COOK is buried in Temple Gate Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 40745251 created by Georgia Girl on Aug 16, 2009 lists her birth as unknown in Hancock County, Georgia, her death on Jan. 1, 1864 in Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama, her husband as Robert Alexander Reid, and a daughter, Susan T. Reid Meriwether (1823 - 1866), wife of James Sturdivant Meriwether (1816 - 1859).
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Robert O. REID




Husband Robert O. REID 2431

         Born: May 1891 - Alabama 2431
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       Father: Clive Eskel REID (Abt 1867-1913) 707
       Mother: Josie Tennille AVENT (1873-1899)





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Samuel Harris REID and Mamie TAYLOR




Husband Samuel Harris REID 2298

         Born: 22 Apr 1880 - Lowndes County, Alabama 2298
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 Sep 1932 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama


       Father: Bvt 2Lt George Edward REID, CSA (1840-1911) 709
       Mother: Laura Olivia HARRIS (1847-1938) 707


     Marriage: 



Wife Mamie TAYLOR

         Born: 9 Sep 1889
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 Nov 1973 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama


Children

General Notes: Husband - Samuel Harris REID

Samuel Haris REID is buried in Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 41355748 created by David Woody on Aug 31, 2009 lists Samuel's bith on Apr. 22, 1880 and his death on Sep. 10, 1932.

"B0738 Reid, Mamie Taylor Sep 9, 1889 Nov 16, 1973 wife of Samuel Harris Reid
B0738.1 Reid, Samuel Harris Apr 22, 1880 Sep 10, 1932"
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/myrtlewood1.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Mamie TAYLOR

Mamie TAYLOR married Samuel Harris REID. She is buried beside him in Myrtlewood Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama.
"B0738 Reid, Mamie Taylor Sep 9, 1889 Nov 16, 1973 wife of Samuel Harris Reid"
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/myrtlewood1.txt]

Find A Grave Memorial# 41355747 created by David Woody on Aug 31, 2009.

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Ransom H. SMITH and Sarah A. REID




Husband Ransom H. SMITH

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Wife Sarah A. REID

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       Father: Samuel REID, Jr. (Abt 1766-1836)
       Mother: Emily Elizabeth HURT (1780-1829)




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William A. REID and Zepperiah SMITH




Husband William A. REID

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       Father: Samuel REID, Jr. (Abt 1766-1836)
       Mother: Emily Elizabeth HURT (1780-1829)


     Marriage: 5 Jan 1838 - Jasper County, Georgia

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Wife Zepperiah SMITH

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William A. REID and Elizabeth W. TURNER




Husband William A. REID

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       Father: Samuel REID, Jr. (Abt 1766-1836)
       Mother: Emily Elizabeth HURT (1780-1829)


     Marriage: 2 Feb 1841 - Jasper County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Zepperiah SMITH (      -      ) - 5 Jan 1838 - Jasper County, Georgia



Wife Elizabeth W. TURNER

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Jacob REIDEL




Husband Jacob REIDEL (details suppressed for this person)

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John Maynard REIDEL




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       Father: John Jacob REIDEL
       Mother: Jean Follansber MAYNARD





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Brian REILY




Husband Brian REILY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Larry REILY
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General Notes: Husband - Brian REILY

Brian Reily is named as a surviving grandson in the June 2016 obituary of Jean Yelverton Reily.

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Kerry Wayne VICKNAIR and Elizabeth Ann REILY




Husband Kerry Wayne VICKNAIR (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Elizabeth Ann REILY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: George Herndon REILY, Jr., USN, WWII (1921-1978)
       Mother: Jean YELVERTON (1927-2016)




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2 F Anna VICKNAIR (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Emily VICKNAIR (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Ann REILY

Elizabeth Ann Reily, Greenwell Springs, is named as a surviving daughter in the December 1978 obituary of George Herndon Reily, Jr.

Elizabeth Ann Reily, daughter of Mrs. George Herndon Reily of Greenwell Springs and the late Mr. Riley, became the bride of Kerry Wayne Vicknair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Vicknair of Zachary, in a 2 p.m. ceremony Saturday at Blackwater United Methodist Church. the Rev. Henry Bowden officiated. Maid of honor was Marylin Reily, and bridesmaids were Gail shaffer, Terry Cobb, Debra Bell and Jolynn Vicknair... Flower girls were Lauren Hargroder and Tiffany Bell... Best man was Carl Cobb, and ring bearers were Brian Hargroder and Jeremy Vicknair. Groomsmen were Jake Vicknair, Barry Lambert, Blackie Bell and Ray Martinez. Guests were seated by Dennis Vicknair, Donny vicknair, Darrell LeSage, Earl Paul LeSage and Tommy LeSage. After a reception at Bellingrath Racquet Club, the couple left for Eureka Springs, Ark. they will live in Baton Rouge. [The State Times Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Sunday, August 22, 1982, Page 124]

Liz Vicknair and husband Kerry are named as a surviving daughter and spouse in the June 2016 obituary of Jean Yelverton Reily.


General Notes: Child - Daniel VICKNAIR

Daniel Vicknair is named as a surviving grandson in the June 2016 obituary of Jean Yelverton Reily.


General Notes: Child - Anna VICKNAIR

Anna Vicknair is named as a surviving granddaughter in the June 2016 obituary of Jean Yelverton Reily.


General Notes: Child - Emily VICKNAIR

Emily Vicknair is named as a surviving granddaughter in the June 2016 obituary of Jean Yelverton Reily.

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George Herndon REILY, Jr., USN, WWII and Jean YELVERTON




Husband George Herndon REILY, Jr., USN, WWII

         Born: 22 Jul 1921 - West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana
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       Buried: 11 Dec 1978 - Rogillio Cemetery, Tunica, West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana


       Father: George Herndon REILY, Sr. (1894-1958)
       Mother: Eva Roberta DANIEL (1893-1980)


     Marriage: 10 Apr 1948 - East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana



Wife Jean YELVERTON

         Born: 22 Apr 1927 - Jones County, Mississippi
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       Buried: 13 Jun 2016 - Rogillio Cemetery, Tunica, West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana


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1 F Marilyn Kay REILY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: James Connor PERCY (living)


2 M Larry REILY (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Elizabeth Ann REILY (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - George Herndon REILY, Jr., USN, WWII

Obituary: Reily. George Herndon Jr. Died at 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 8, 1978, at West Feliciana General Hospital. He was 57, a native of Tunica and a resident of Greenwell Springs. He was a retired Baton Rouge City Police captain and a navy veteran of World War II. Body at Rabenhorst Funeral Home East, 11000 Florida Blvd., with visiting after 8 a.m. Monday. Religious services at 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home chapel, conducted by the Rev. William Blakley. Graveside Masonic services at Rogillio Cemetery, Tunica. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Jean Y. Reily, Greenwell Springs; his mother, Eva D. Reily, St. Francisville; two daughters, Marylin Reily Hargroder, Baton Rouge, and Elizabeth Ann Reily, Greenwell Springs; a son, Larry Reily, Baton Rouge; a brother, Morgan Reily, St. Francisville; and two grandchildren, Brian and Lauren Hargroder. Pallbearers will be Alfred Warner, Chester Quebedeaux, Edmund Williams, Leonard Eusay, Carl Holmes and James O. Durnigan. He was a member of Central Masonic Lodge 442. F&AM, Royal Arch Mason, Istrouma Chapter, past president of Fraternal Order of Police and Louisiana Peace Officers Association, a Louisiana identification officer and a member of Blackwater Methodist Church. [The State Times Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Monday, December 11, 1978, Page 8]

George Herndon Reily, Jr., is buried in Rogillio Cemetery, Tunica, West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana. Apicture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 41674017:

GEORGE HERNDON REILY JR.
JULY 22, 1921
DEC. 8, 1978
"The Judge"


General Notes: Wife - Jean YELVERTON

Jean Yelverton Reily is buried in Rogillio Cemetery, Tunica, West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana.
Find A Grave Memorial# 164355502
Birth: Apr. 22, 1927. Death: Jun. 10, 2016
The memorial presents this obituary:
A graveside service will be held at Wimbish-Rogillio Cemetery in Tunica, Louisiana, June 13, 2016 for Jean Yelverton Reily, who passed away in Central on Friday, June 10th at age 89, after having endured Alzheimer's disease for over 8 years. The service will be conducted by Rev. Dr. Jonathan King, pastor of Blackwater United Methodist Church. Jean is survived by her children: Larry Reily and wife Pat, Marilyn Percy and husband Jimmie, Liz Vicknair and husband Kerry; eight grandchildren: Brian Hargroder, Lauren Hargroder Smith, Erin Percy Tadie, Daniel Vicknair, Allison Percy Merrick, Anna Vicknair, Brian Reily and Emily Vicknair; and five great grandchildren. She is also survived by a brother, Charles "Brother" Yelverton of Jackson Mississippi and sister and lifelong best friend, Kaye Rogers, Salem, Utah. She was preceded in death by her husband, George Herndon Reily, parents William Grover and Wessie Butler Yelverton, sisters Mary Helen and Doris Marilyn who died in infancy, sisters Maxine Latham, Raye Campbell, Dot Anglin, and brother William G. (Billy) Yelverton, Jr. A member of Blackwater United Methodist Church and long time resident of Central, Jean was born in Laurel Mississippi on April 22, 1927 to Grover and Wessie Yelverton, the fifth of nine children. She was raised in rural Smith County Mississippi. The family lived and farmed in and around Mize and Taylorsville during the Great Depression. After graduating a year early from Taylorsville High School in 1944 at age 16, Jean moved to Jackson to attend Draughon's Business College. She and her sister and best friend, Kaye, lived and worked together in Jackson before, during and after World War II, accumulating many wartime memories. On a blind date New Year's Eve 1947 in Jackson, Jean met George Herndon Reily of Tunica, Louisiana, West Feliciana Parish. The two were married three months later on April 10, 1948. They moved from Jackson to Tunica soon after the birth of their first child in May 1949, and the following year made Baton Rouge their home, moving only once more, to Central in 1973. Jean was widowed in 1978 at age 51 with George's sudden and unexpected death. Except for the years spent as a homemaker when her first two children were very young, she spent most of her life in civil service, working for public health departments in Mississippi and Louisiana and retiring as the personnel officer from the Office of the Louisiana Commissioner of Insurance in 1982. Whether out of necessity or for enjoyment, much of Jean's free time was spent on tasks of a domestic nature: sewing clothes for her children and for herself, canning fruits and vegetables, making pickles and jelly. After retiring, she spent much of her time working in her yard and babysitting grandchildren, and was always up for a game of croquet with them. A special thanks to Sheila Baker and her staff for providing such thoughtful, comfortable and gentle care over the past year, and to hospice nurse Brandi Baker for her special care and compassion. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Blackwater United Methodist Church, 10000 Blackwater Road, Baker, LA 70814; St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105 www.stjude.org; or a charity of choice.
Parents: William Grover Yelverton (1892 - 1969) and Wessie A. Butler Yelverton (1895 - 1987)
Spouse: George Herndon Reily, Jr. (1921 - 1958)


General Notes: Child - Marilyn Kay REILY

Marylin Reily Hargroder, Baton Rouge, is named as a surviving daughter in the December 1978 obituary of George Herndon Reily, Jr.

Marylin Kay Reily, daughter of Mrs. George H. Reily, Jr. of Greenwell Springs and the late George h. Reily, Jr., became the bride of James Conner Percy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ryland Percy, Jr. of longwood Drive, in a 4 p.m. ceremony Saturday at the home of the bridegroom's parents. The Rev. Randy Nichols officiated. Maid of honor was Lauren Reily Hargroder... Best man was Brian Charles Hargroder. Following a reception at the home, the couple left for the Gulf Coast. They will live in Gonzales. [The Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Sunday, December 4, 1983, Page 195]

Marilyn Percy and husband Jimmie are named as a surviving daughter and spouse in the June 2016 obituary of Jean Yelverton Reily.


General Notes: Child - Larry REILY

Larry Reily, Baton Rouge, is named as a surviving son in the December 1978 obituary of George Herndon Reily, Jr.

Larry Reily and wife Pat are named as a surviving daughter and spouse in the June 2016 obituary of Jean Yelverton Reily.


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth Ann REILY

Elizabeth Ann Reily, Greenwell Springs, is named as a surviving daughter in the December 1978 obituary of George Herndon Reily, Jr.

Elizabeth Ann Reily, daughter of Mrs. George Herndon Reily of Greenwell Springs and the late Mr. Riley, became the bride of Kerry Wayne Vicknair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Vicknair of Zachary, in a 2 p.m. ceremony Saturday at Blackwater United Methodist Church. the Rev. Henry Bowden officiated. Maid of honor was Marylin Reily, and bridesmaids were Gail shaffer, Terry Cobb, Debra Bell and Jolynn Vicknair... Flower girls were Lauren Hargroder and Tiffany Bell... Best man was Carl Cobb, and ring bearers were Brian Hargroder and Jeremy Vicknair. Groomsmen were Jake Vicknair, Barry Lambert, Blackie Bell and Ray Martinez. Guests were seated by Dennis Vicknair, Donny vicknair, Darrell LeSage, Earl Paul LeSage and Tommy LeSage. After a reception at Bellingrath Racquet Club, the couple left for Eureka Springs, Ark. they will live in Baton Rouge. [The State Times Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Sunday, August 22, 1982, Page 124]

Liz Vicknair and husband Kerry are named as a surviving daughter and spouse in the June 2016 obituary of Jean Yelverton Reily.
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Morgan W. REILY




Husband Morgan W. REILY

         Born: Abt 1923 - West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana
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       Father: George Herndon REILY, Sr. (1894-1958)
       Mother: Eva Roberta DANIEL (1893-1980)





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General Notes: Husband - Morgan W. REILY

Morgan Reily, St. Francisville, is named as a surviving brother in the December 1978 obituary of George Herndon Reily, Jr.

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Frederick W. SMITH and REIMER




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1 F Vicki SMITH (details suppressed for this person)

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Mayor Charles K. REWIS, USN, WWII and Carolyn STRICKLAND




Husband Mayor Charles K. REWIS, USN, WWII

         Born: 8 Apr 1923 - Tattnall County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Reidsville City Cemetery, Tattnall County, Georgia
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Wife Carolyn STRICKLAND

         Born: 24 Aug 1928 - Georgia
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       Buried: 1 Oct 2010 - Reidsville City Cemetery, Tattnall County, Georgia


       Father: William Edward STRICKLAND, Sr. (1900-1950) 100
       Mother: Carrie Belle JONES (1904-1957) 100,794




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1 M Edward REWIS (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Theodore REWIS (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Mayor Charles K. REWIS, USN, WWII

Obituary: REIDSVILLE -- Reidsville Mayor Charles K. Rewis, 76, died Dec. 2 at Tattnall Memorial Hospital.
He was a native of Tattnall County and a resident of Reidsville most of his life. He was a member of the Administrative Board of Reidsville United Methodist Church.He was a Navy veteran of World War II and recipient of the Purple Heart. He later served in the Georgia Army National Guard as a chief warrant officer.He retired from civil service after 36 years. He served as Tattnall County civil defense director from 1974-1988. In 1975, he organized the Tattnall County Ambulance Service.He was a Reidsville City Council member from 1978-1983. As mayor, he served three terms and was mayor at the time of his death. During his tenure as mayor, he was instrumental in retaining the Gordonia Alatamaha State Park and securing the Brazell Creek Golf Course.
SURVIVORS: his wife, Carolyn S. Rewis of Reidsville; two sons and daughters-in-law, Eddy and Penny Rewis of Reidsville, and Teddy and Kay Rewis of Forsyth; a sister, Marilyn Stegman of Philadelphia; and five grandchildren, Corrie, Kasie, Josh, Russell and Misti-Dawn Rewis.
VISITATION: will begin at 3 p.m. today at Cobb Funeral Home, Reidsville Chapel.
FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Saturday at Reidsville United Methodist Church, burial in Reidsville City Cemetery.
[Savannah Morning News, Savannah Georgia, Home Edition, Friday, December 3, 1999, Page 2C]


General Notes: Wife - Carolyn STRICKLAND

Carolyn STRICKLAND married Charles K. REWIS.

"Carolyn S. Rewis of Reidsville [GA]", sister, is named in the June 14, 2003 obituary of Jacquelyn Strickland Bradt.

Deceased Name: Mrs. Carolyn S. Rewis
STATESBORO - Mrs. Carolyn S. Rewis died Wednesday.
Survivors: sons, Eddie and Penny Rewis, Teddy and Kay Rewis; and other relatives.
Visitation: 6 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
Funeral services: 2 p.m. Friday from the Reidsville United Methodist Church.
Interment: Reidsville City Cemetery.
Bradley B. Anderson Funeral Home Reidsville Chapel
Savannah Morning News Thursday, September 30, 2010
[http://www.genealogybank.com]

Carolyn is buried in Reidsville City Cemetery, Reidsville, Tattnall County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 66255796:

REWIS
CHARLES K. CAROLYN S.
APR. 8, 1923 AUG. 24, 1928
DEC. 2, 1999 SEPT. 29, 2010


General Notes: Child - Edward REWIS

"Eddie and Penny Rewis" are named as surviving son and spouse in the September 30, 2010 of Carolyn S. Rewis.


General Notes: Child - Theodore REWIS

"Teddy and Kay Rewis" are named as surviving son and spouse in the September 30, 2010 of Carolyn S. Rewis.

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Muniz Francisco Geraldo REYES and Tina Allene THOMASON




Husband Muniz Francisco Geraldo REYES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Charlie Warner THOMASON
       Mother: Kathryn Nell DANIEL




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General Notes: Husband - Muniz Francisco Geraldo REYES

F Reyes, also known as Fransicso G Reyes and Francisco Gerardo Reyes, born 9 August 1966, resided in Kilgore County, Texas, 2005-2009.
Possible Relatives: Jesus Ramon Reyes, Jonette D Reyes, Julie Fdelos Delosreyes, Maria D Reyes, Minerva Muniz Reyes, Rosalinda Muniz Reyes, Sabina Adriana Reyes, Tina Allene Reyes, Tina Reyes, V Reyes, Venancio Reyes. Record Number 40163514. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KGGG-1B6 : accessed 22 Jun 2014), F Reyes, Residence, Kilgore, Texas, United States; from a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]


General Notes: Wife - Tina Allene THOMASON

Tina Allene Thomason, daughter of Charlie Warner Thomason and Kathryn Nell Daniel, was born 2 March 1966 in Bowie County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VDXJ-19J : accessed 22 Jun 2014), Tina Allene Thomason, 02 Mar 1966; from "Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997," index and images, Ancestry.com; citing Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997, (Texas: Texas Department of State Health Services).]

Muniz Francisco G Reyes, age 19, married Tina A Thomason, 20, on 17 Mar 1986 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Marriages, 1966-2010," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VT5V-6M6 : accessed 22 Jun 2014), Muniz Francisco G Reyes and Tina A Thomason, 17 Mar 1986; citing Harris, Texas, United States, certificate number 065979, Department of State Health Services, Texas Vital Statistics Unit, Austin, Texas.]

Daniel Francisco Reyes, son of Gerardo Reyes and Tina Allene Thomason, was born 29 May 1992 in Gregg County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VD18-7GB : accessed 22 Jun 2014), Daniel Francisco Reyes, 29 May 1992; from "Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997," index and images, Ancestry.com; citing Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997, (Texas: Texas Department of State Health Services).]

F Reyes, also known as Fransicso G Reyes and Francisco Gerardo Reyes, born 8/9/1966, resided in Kilgore County, Texas, 2005-2009.
Possible Relatives: Jesus Ramon Reyes, Jonette D Reyes, Julie Fdelos Delosreyes, Maria D Reyes, Minerva Muniz Reyes, Rosalinda Muniz Reyes, Sabina Adriana Reyes, Tina Allene Reyes, Tina Reyes, V Reyes, Venancio Reyes. Record Number 40163514. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KGGG-1B6 : accessed 22 Jun 2014), F Reyes, Residence, Kilgore, Texas, United States; from a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]


Notes: Marriage

Muniz Francisco G Reyes, age 19, married Tina A Thomason, 20, on 17 Mar 1986 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Marriages, 1966-2010," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VT5V-6M6 : accessed 22 Jun 2014), Muniz Francisco G Reyes and Tina A Thomason, 17 Mar 1986; citing Harris, Texas, United States, certificate number 065979, Department of State Health Services, Texas Vital Statistics Unit, Austin, Texas.]
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Americus Mitchell REYNOLDS




Husband Americus Mitchell REYNOLDS 576

         Born: Abt 1888
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       Father: Thomas Jordan REYNOLDS (1864-      ) 576,1889
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth MITCHELL (1866-1891) 576





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Julian Ellis REYNOLDS, WWI and Florence Corinne WATTS




Husband Julian Ellis REYNOLDS, WWI 790,4138

         Born: 23 Jan 1898 - Pulaski County, Georgia 241
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       Buried:  - Park Hill Cemetery


       Father: Lovard Ellis REYNOLDS (1873-      )
       Mother: Camilla Elizabeth McKINNEY (1879-      )


     Marriage: Sep 1924 - Upson County, Georgia 790



Wife Florence Corinne WATTS 790,1312,1954

         Born: 12 Jan 1906 - Troup County, Georgia 790
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       Buried:  - Park Hill Cemetery


       Father: Delmor Monroe WATTS (1884-1918) 788,790
       Mother: Carrie Vandora DAVIS (1883-1972) 790,1955




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1 M Julian Ellis REYNOLDS, Jr. 4138

         Born: 14 Dec 1925 - Muscogee County, Georgia 241,4138
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2 M Harold Edwin REYNOLDS (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Doris Anita REYNOLDS (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Dolores Joyce REYNOLDS (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Julian Ellis REYNOLDS, WWI

WW1 draft registration--
Name: Julian Ellis Reynolds
City: Not Stated
County: Pulaski
State: Georgia
Birth Date: 23 Jan 1898
Race: White
Roll: 1558383
DraftBoard: 0
Robert Frigo)

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, Columbus; Series: T626 Roll: 378 Page: 161: 30th St 1029 335 356 REYNOLDS Julian E. Head M W 32 M 26 GA GA GA Mechanic Automobile Ex.; -- Florence C. Wife 24 M 18 GA GA GA; -- Julian E. Jr. Son M W 45/12 S GA GA GA; -- Harold E. Son M W 28/12 S GA GA GA; -- Doris A. Dau F W 1/12 S GA GA GA; WATT Carrie Mother-in-law F W 43 Wd GA GA GA Spinner Textile mill.
NOTE: Heritage Quest lists this page as being in Militia District 772 although the page clearly says 773.

JULIAN REYNOLDS 23 Jan 1898 Nov 1966 31904 (Columbus, Muscogee, GA ) (none specified) 257-20-5874 Georgia (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Florence Corinne WATTS

Florence Corinne WATTS is a daughter of Delmor Monroe WATTS and Carrie Vandora DAVIS. She is named as Corine in the 1910 census and as Carmine, age 15, in the 1920 census of Troup County, Georgia.

Georgia Death Index--
Name: Florence Reynolds
Death Date: 07 Dec 1963
Race: W
Gender: F
County of Death: Muscogee
Certificate: 34350
Age: 57 years
County of Residence: Muscogee
(Robert Frigo)


General Notes: Child - Julian Ellis REYNOLDS, Jr.

JULIAN E REYNOLDS 14 Dec 1925 29 Oct 1996 (V) 31907 (Columbus, Muscogee, GA ) (none specified) 258-22-2570 Georgia (SSDI)
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Margaret Phobe REYNOLDS




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Wife Margaret Phobe REYNOLDS 764

         Born: Abt 1912 - Darlington County, South Carolina 4287
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       Father: Marvin REYNOLDS (Abt 1884-      ) 4287
       Mother: Laura L. LAWTON (Abt 1888-      ) 764




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Marion REYNOLDS, Jr.




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       Father: Marvin REYNOLDS (Abt 1884-      )
       Mother: Laura L. LAWTON (Abt 1888-      )





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General Notes: Husband - Marion REYNOLDS, Jr.

Marion REYNOLDS. Jr, as named in the book, Our Family Circle by Annie Elizabeth Miller, is not named in the 1920 census with his family. He may have been born after the 1920 census. Although named as Marion REYNOLDS, Marion, Jr.'s father is found in both the 1910 and 1920 censuses as "Marvin REYNOLDS."

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Mary REYNOLDS




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Wife Mary REYNOLDS 764

         Born: Abt 1916 - Darlington County, South Carolina 4287
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       Father: Marvin REYNOLDS (Abt 1884-      ) 4287
       Mother: Laura L. LAWTON (Abt 1888-      ) 764




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Donald Decatur SALLEY, Jr. and Dorothy RHAME




Husband Donald Decatur SALLEY, Jr. 248

         Born: 9 Aug 1903
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       Father: Donald Decatur SALLEY (Abt 1870-1932) 248
       Mother: Leonora Anderson HARVIN (1872-1952) 248


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Wife Dorothy RHAME (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Donald Decatur SALLEY III (details suppressed for this person)

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Albert RHETT




Husband Albert RHETT 3201,3723

         Born: Abt 1838 - South Carolina 3201
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         Died: 12 May 1860 - Richland County, South Carolina
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       Father: Albert Moore RHETT (1810-1843) 3722,3723
       Mother: Sarah Cantey TAYLOR (1808-1884) 1042,3201,3722





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General Notes: Husband - Albert RHETT

Obituary: "Albert Rhett son of Mrs. Albert Rhett, died in Col'a May 12th 1860 of Consumption." [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/richland/obituaries1859-1860.htm]

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Albert Moore RHETT and Sarah Cantey TAYLOR




Husband Albert Moore RHETT 3722,3723

          AKA: Albert Moore SMITH 3722
         Born: 28 Aug 1810 - South Carolina 3722
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         Died: 29 Oct 1843 - Charleston County, South Carolina
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       Father: James SMITH (1761-1835) 2576,2577
       Mother: Marianna GOUGH (1771-1837) 2576


     Marriage: 13 May 1835 3722



Wife Sarah Cantey TAYLOR 1042,3201,3722

         Born: 23 Feb 1808 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina 3722
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         Died: 27 Nov 1884 3722
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       Father: Governor John TAYLOR (1770-1832) 1042
       Mother: Sarah Cantey CHESNUT (1774-1851) 3248




Children
1 M John Taylor RHETT 3201

         Born: Abt 1836 3201
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2 M Albert RHETT 3201,3723

         Born: Abt 1838 - South Carolina 3201
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         Died: 12 May 1860 - Richland County, South Carolina
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General Notes: Husband - Albert Moore RHETT

Albert Moore Rhett, nee Smith, was a son of James Smith and Marianna Gough. The Smith family were cousins of the Rhett family whose surname was dying out. To preseve the surname, Albert was one of six grandsons of Sabina Smith whose surname was changed to Rhett by the South Carolina legislature.

"Albert Moore RHETT (1809-43, (family name changed from SMITH to RHETT in 1837), lawyer, state legislator, and brother of Robert Barnwell RHETT, was graduated from South Carolina college, ca. 1827. RHETT studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1834. Elected to the South Carolina House, 1834-37, 1840-43, Albert RHETT was a leader in that body and part of the RHETT-ELMORE political clique feared and disliked by HAMMOND, among others. RHETT died of yellow fever in Charleston at the age of 34." (Secret and Sacred: The Diaries of James Henry Hammond, a Southern Slaveholder, By James Henry Hammond, Carol K. Rothrock Bleser, 1997, Univ of South Carolina Press, ISBN:157003222X, p. 325)

Rhett family.
Papers, 1804-1892.
0.25 linear ft.
Request #: 1090.00
South Carolina family. The sons of James Smith (1761-1835), among them Robert Barnwell and Albert Moore, changed their surname to Rhett in order to perpetuate their mother's ancestral name. Albert Moore Rhett was a lawyer who practiced in Charleston and Beaufort, S.C. and a state legislator. He married Sarah Cantey Taylor (1808-1884), daughter of S. C. governor John Taylor, and their children included John T. Rhett (1836-1892), an attorney and the mayor of
Columbia, S.C.
Papers consist of legal documents, correspondence, financial records, and other items. Included are the papers (1856-1892) of John T. Rhett.
Family papers include a marriage settlement deed (1831) conveying in trust to James H. Taylor 29 slaves (named in document) on behalf of Harriet Chesnut Taylor and Franklin H. Elmore; a letter fragment (1804) concerning national politics; a marriage settlement deed (1835) of Albert M. Smith (later Rhett) and Sarah C. Taylor for 30 slaves; receipts, accounts, and invoices of F. H. Elmore [Jr.] (1850s); Robert B. Rhett's account of his brother Albert M. Rhett's sickness,
last conversations and prayers concerning his salvation, and his death in Charleston (1843); a letter (ca. 1830) from Albert M. Rhett to his brother regarding fights with students at Yale and his dismissal from the college; letters (1858-1860) of Albert Rhett; recipes; a poem "On the Death of Governor Taylor" by "M. M." and an obituary (1832) of John Taylor; and a
draft of an article (n.d.) addressed to [T.] Pinckney criticizing him for his political stance.
Papers of John T. Rhett include a few letters (1861-1865) from him to his mother written during his military service in the Civil War; notarized notes of protest for non-payment of bank drafts (1870); a few legal documents; invoices, receipts, accounts, and letters, mostly pertaining to John T. Rhett's legal cases, including letters addressed to W.A. Harris (1865)
regarding the case of Noah A. Moses v. Francis W. Fickling; John T. Rhett's commission (1877) as regent of the
[S. C. State] Asylum; and two typewritten letters (1887, 1889) to Rhett from John C. Calhoun in New York concerning personal and business matters.
Also included is a printed letter (1878) to [Sallie Rhett] from William S. Plumer acknowledging condolences and describing the last hours of Mrs. W.S. Plumer of Columbia (S. C.); a posthumous tribute (1892) to John T. Rhett; and genealogical information on the Smith and Rhettfamilies and related families.
Cite as: Rhett family. Papers, 1804-1892. (1090.00) South Carolina Historical Society.
(http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SCHORRY/1998-01/0886261658)


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Cantey TAYLOR

Sarah "Sally" Cantey TAYLOR is named in the 1832 Will of her grandfather, Thomas TAYLOR, Sr. She is named as Sally C. RHETT in the 1842 Will of her mother, Sarah Cantey TAYLOR.


General Notes: Child - Albert RHETT

Obituary: "Albert Rhett son of Mrs. Albert Rhett, died in Col'a May 12th 1860 of Consumption." [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/richland/obituaries1859-1860.htm]

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Albert Moore RHETT, Jr.




Husband Albert Moore RHETT, Jr. 216

         Born: 9 Sep 1860 - Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina
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         Died: 28 Aug 1862
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       Father: Albert Moore RHETT, Sr. (1834-1911) 215,216,217
       Mother: Martha Taylor GOODWYN (1835-1912) 215,218





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Albert Moore RHETT




Husband Albert Moore RHETT 212

         Born: Abt 1909 - Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina 4979
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       Father: Mayor Robert Goodwyn RHETT (1862-1939) 213,216
       Mother: Blanche SALLEY (Abt 1877-      ) 81,212





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Benjamin RHETT




Husband Benjamin RHETT 3722

          AKA: Benjamin SMITH 3722
         Born: 20 Jun 1798 - South Carolina 3722
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         Died: 3 Jul 1868 3722
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       Father: James SMITH (1761-1835) 2576,2577
       Mother: Marianna GOUGH (1771-1837) 2576





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General Notes: Husband - Benjamin RHETT

Benjamin Rhett, nee Smith, was a son of James Smith and Marianna Gough. The Smith family were cousins of the Rhett family whose surname was dying out. To preseve the surname, Benjamin was one of six grandsons of Sabina Smith whose surname was changed to Rhett by the South Carolina legislature.

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Blanche Salley RHETT




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Wife Blanche Salley RHETT 212

         Born: Abt 1907 - Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina 4479
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       Father: Mayor Robert Goodwyn RHETT (1862-1939) 213,216
       Mother: Blanche SALLEY (Abt 1877-      ) 81,212




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Caroline Barnwell RHETT




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Wife Caroline Barnwell RHETT 212,213

         Born: 18 Mar 1868 - Charleston County, South Carolina 214
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         Died: 15 Dec 1936 - Charleston County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina


       Father: Albert Moore RHETT, Sr. (1834-1911) 215,216,217
       Mother: Martha Taylor GOODWYN (1835-1912) 215,218


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General Notes: Wife - Caroline Barnwell RHETT

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 2-Wd Charleston; Series: T624 Roll: 1452 Page: 61: 37 63 63 RHETT Albert M Head M W 75 M SC NC SC Consulting engineer Fertilizer; -- Martha T Wife F W 74 50 9 5 SC VA SC; -- Caroline B. Dau F W 42 S SC SC SC None. Caroline is 42 living with her parents in Charleston.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 4-Wd Charleston, 3 Jan 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 1687 Page: 122: Broad St 116 39 52 RHETT Robert G., and family. Robert, Sr.'s sister, Caroline, 51, single, is now living with them. It is unlikely that Caroline ever married.

Caroline's grave in Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina is indexed as:
Caroline Barnwell Rhett
18 March 1868-15 Dec 1936
[http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Lake/3577/charlestonmagnoliacemrec.html] 4480
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Dallie Gooodwyn RHETT




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Wife Dallie Gooodwyn RHETT 212

         Born: 15 Sep 1877 - Charleston County, South Carolina
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         Died: 23 Jun 1878 - Charleston County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina


       Father: Albert Moore RHETT, Sr. (1834-1911) 215,216,217
       Mother: Martha Taylor GOODWYN (1835-1912) 215,218




Children

General Notes: Wife - Dallie Gooodwyn RHETT

Dallie Goodwyn Rhett
15 Sept 1877-23 June 1878
[http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Lake/3577/charlestonmagnoliacemrec.html]
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Edmund RHETT




Husband Edmund RHETT 3722

          AKA: Edmund SMITH 3722
         Born: 13 Mar 1808 - South Carolina 3722
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       Father: James SMITH (1761-1835) 2576,2577
       Mother: Marianna GOUGH (1771-1837) 2576





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General Notes: Husband - Edmund RHETT

Edmund Rhett, nee Smith, was a son of James Smith and Marianna Gough. The Smith family were cousins of the Rhett family whose surname was dying out. To preseve the surname, Edmund was one of six grandsons of Sabina Smith whose surname was changed to Rhett by the South Carolina legislature.


1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort District, Beaufort Town, St. Helena Parish; Series: M432 Roll: 849 Page: 7:
108 108 Edmund RHETT 41 Lawyer & Planter 13,200 NC;
Mary " 29 F SC;
H. Stuart[?] " 6 M SC;
Edmund " 5 M SC;
Anne " 3 F SC;
Mary " 1 F SC;
Robert W. " 12 M SC;
John F. " 14 M SC.

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Elizabeth Barnwell RHETT




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Wife Elizabeth Barnwell RHETT 212

         Born: 14 Nov 1870 - Charleston County, South Carolina
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         Died: 15 Apr 1871 - Charleston County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston County, South Carolina


       Father: Albert Moore RHETT, Sr. (1834-1911) 215,216,217
       Mother: Martha Taylor GOODWYN (1835-1912) 215,218




Children

General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Barnwell RHETT

Elizabeth Barnwell Rhett
14 Nov 1870-15 April 1871
[http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Lake/3577/charlestonmagnoliacemrec.html]
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Theodore Jervey SIMONS, Jr. and Helen Whaley RHETT




Husband Theodore Jervey SIMONS, Jr. 212,1557

         Born: Aug 1888 - Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina 1559
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       Father: Theodore J. SIMONS (1864-      ) 1557
       Mother: Mary L. (1862-      ) 1558


     Marriage: Abt 1910



Wife Helen Whaley RHETT 212,1558

         Born: Dec 1889 - Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina 975
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       Father: Mayor Robert Goodwyn RHETT (1862-1939) 213,216
       Mother: Helen Smith WHALEY (1868-1904) 212,973




Children
1 M Theodore Jervey SIMONS III 212,1558

         Born: 1911 - South Carolina 1558
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2 F Helen Whaley SIMONS 212,1558

         Born: 1914 - New York 1558
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3 M Goodwyn Rhett SIMONS (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Theodore Jervey SIMONS, Jr.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 2-Wd Charleston; Series: T625 Roll: 1687 Page: 38: 51 93 SIMMONS T. J. Head M W 53 M SC SC SC Manufacturer fertilizer; -- Mary L. Wife F W 52 M SC SC SC; -- T. J. Jr. Son M W 31 M SC SC SC Broker fertilizer Co.;-- Helen Dau-in-law 30 M SC SC SC; -- T. J. Son Grand M W 8 S SC SC SC; -- Helen W. Dau F W 5 S NY SC SC; -- Keating L. Son M W 21 S SC SC SC; -- W. B. Son M W 18 S SC SC SC.


General Notes: Child - Goodwyn Rhett SIMONS

Goodwyn Rhett SIMMONS is not named with this family in the 1920 census, perhapd born after 1919?
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James RHETT




Husband James RHETT 3722

          AKA: James SMITH 3722
         Born: 6 Jun 1797 - South Carolina 3722
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         Died: 9 Apr 1855 3722
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       Father: James SMITH (1761-1835) 2576,2577
       Mother: Marianna GOUGH (1771-1837) 2576





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General Notes: Husband - James RHETT

James Rhett, nee Smith, was a son of James Smith and Marianna Gough. The Smith family were cousins of the Rhett family whose surname was dying out. To preseve the surname, James was one of six grandsons of Sabina Smith whose surname was changed to Rhett by the South Carolina legislature.

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James M. RHETT, Jr.




Husband James M. RHETT, Jr. 2013

         Born: Jul 1917 - Richland County, South Carolina 2013
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       Father: James M. RHETT (Abt 1894-      ) 2013
       Mother: Matilda ADAMS (1891-1978) 1990,2013





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John Taylor RHETT




Husband John Taylor RHETT 3201

         Born: Abt 1836 3201
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       Father: Albert Moore RHETT (1810-1843) 3722,3723
       Mother: Sarah Cantey TAYLOR (1808-1884) 1042,3201,3722





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