2 edition of Reed genealogy found in the catalog.
Bruce E. Bartholomew
|Statement||by Bruce E. Bartholomew.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.R3225 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||00273646|
Reed, Sue S. Enumeration of Male Inhabitants of Twenty-one Years of Age and Upward, Citizens of Tennessee, January 1, , as Provided for by an Act of General Assembly of Tennessee, Passed Janu , and Approved Janu 8 vols. Houston, Texas: S.S. Reed, FHL Collection X2r v. 1 Knox County is included in Vol. 1. List of names in Book and Reports Register Report of Gabriel Moten Grizzle Kinship Report of Gabriel Moten Grizzle Kinship Report of Franklin Joseph : Jackson, Edward Lee Jr. List of names in Book and Reports Register Report of Lt. Noah G. Lilley Kinship Report of Lt. Noah G. Lilley: Jackson, Elbert: List of names in Book and Reports.
Reed Genealogy: Descendants of William Reade, of Weymouth, Mass., from ; Volume 1 (Hardback or Cased Book) Reed, John Ludovicus Published by . Charles W. Reed is a farmer and successful stockman with home in section 16 of Philo Township. His rural mail delivery comes from Tolono on Route No. Mr. Reed was born in Marshall County, Illinois, Ma , son of John Caldwell and Mary (Bell) Reed. Both parents were born in Virginia and in .
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"THE REED FAMILY" history By user J at I found this in a book titled "THE REED FAMILY" by Bonnie Cox Sellers at the Salt Lake City archives. Reed genealogy: descendants of William Reade, of Weymouth, Mass., from Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
This Reed genealogy book a photocopied book. Photocopy lines and markings appear in the scanning. Some pages photocopied and bound into the book crooked. Print on many of the page runs off the outside : Excerpt from The Reed Genealogy: Descendants of William Reade, of Weymouth, Massachusetts, From to It may be inferred from the foregoing that William Reade was permitted to take his seat in that body at once, and while his name does not appear among the list of those in attend ance at that session, this may be accounted for by the fact that he was admitted after Author: John Ludovicus Reed.
A Reed family in America, with special reference to the family and descendants of William Reed,whose ancestral home was in Itawamba County, Mississippi.
(Nashville, Tennessee Book Co., ), by Forrest Francis Reed (page images at HathiTrust). origin "Reed" is a variant of the surname "Read", which is commonly believed to be a nickname-derived surname referring to a person's complexion or hair being wikt:ruddy|ruddy or red. At least one example of the Reed surname, that originating in the County of Northumberland in northern England, is derived from a location, the valley of Redesdale and the River Rede that runs through it.
History and genealogy of the Reed family by W. Reed,Norristown Press edition, in English. REED activity in the Genealogist-to-Genealogist (G2G) Forum: New member introducing myself 17 Jun Origins of Mathias Reed of Vermont (c - c ). 30 Mar Searching for any information on Ruby Bonnett who also was known by other names listed below.
16 Mar Free-Space Genealogy pages. A genealogy of the Reed (Reid) family: Embracing the lineage of 5 Reed children, descendants of (I) John Reed and Mary Drake (Reed) including Brewer, Mister, Davis, Martin, and Lovelace [Reed, Avery H] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A genealogy of the Reed (Reid) family: Embracing the lineage of 5 Reed children, descendants of (I) John Reed and Mary Drake (Reed Author: Avery H Reed. The book has two sections: Huguenots in Florida, followed by Champlain and his Associates, covering the early history of New France, particularly Acadia and Quebec.
Ireland; New Zealand. Reminiscences of the Early Settlement of Dunedin and South Otago (New Zealand). Online edition of this book compiled and edited by John Wilson in Reed DNA Surname Project - Y-DNA Classic Chart For genealogy within the most recent fifteen generations, STR markers help define paternal lineages.
Y-DNA STR markers change (mutate) often enough that most men who share the same STR results also share a recent paternal lineage. Reed Genealogy & History. Reed is an English surname with several different origins. First, there's the Middle English read or red, from Old English read, meaning red, and used for someone with red hair or skin.
Then there's the topographical root, from the Old English ried or ryd, meaning a clearing, and used for someone living nearby. The Reed family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Reed families were found in the USA in In there were Reed families living in New York.
This was about 15% of all the recorded Reed's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Reed families in The Reed family's history can be traced back to 16th century Britain.
The first Reed to reside in the United States was George Reed () who emigrated to Virginia in William Reed (b. ) was the first Reed to settle in what is now Buncombe County, N.C., before Browse the Reed Family Surname Genealogy. This section makes it possible to view all the biographies currently available for the Reed family surname.
Please keep in mind that this is a list of only the primary biography surnames. Other surnames mentioned within a. History and genealogy of the Reed family: Johann Philib Ried, Rieth, Riedt, Ritt, Rit, Rudt, etc.
in Europe and America by Reed, W. (Willoughby Henry), b. Reed-Read lineage. Captain John Reed of Providence, R. I., and Norwalk, Conn. and his descendants through his sons, John and Thomas, by Ella Frances (Reed) Wright.
Published by The Mattatuck press, inc. in [Waterbury, Conn. Written in English. pages of genealogy, fully indexed, covers Richard Ferguson, Jane McGuire, Phoebe Williams, John B.
Ferguson, James Ferguson, William Ferguson Jr., Elise Reed and Polly Hamilton. GULLETT FAMILY BOOKS. Founder's Day. Containing pages in 3 volumes, mostly descendants of DANIEL GULLETT b.
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Local History and Genealogy Reading Room. Humanities and Social Sciences Division. Library of Congress. Washington Introduction. Revised inthis edition of African American Family Histories and Related Works in the Library of Congress incorporates all the past efforts of Sandra Lawson and Paul Connor, supplemented by the.
Offsite: Franklin Reed Mitchell () is the focal character of the book, but there are 89 biographies of family members in the book, many of whom lived, or are still living, in Adair County. The book is entitled The Franklin Reed Mitchell Family of Adair County, Oklahoma - A History and Genealogy.
Reed Memorial Library is looking for Ravenna High School yearbooks to add to our collection. We are in need of the following years:, and Please help if .Page - The making of tacks, by hand, commenced very early.
The first attempt was to cut^ up old iron hoops into points, by a very imperfect kind of shears, and take them up, one by one, and place them in a common vise, and screw up and unscrew, for the purpose of heading each tack with a hammer.Genealogy of the Reed and Loud Families of Abington, Massachusetts 1 Comment / Genealogy, Massachusetts / 16 minutes of reading These families, Reed and Loud, allied by marriage, are still represented in the ancient town of Abington, where for three generations the Reeds have been engaged in the lumber business with other lines connected with it.