Meigs County Researchers

People researching in Meigs County, Ohio

The following are summaries of the interests of various folks who are researching in Meigs County, in order by submission date. You can contact them at the email or other addresses listed. If you would like to be included in this list, send me email with a list of your family names or other research interests, and let me know whether you prefer to be contacted by email or another method. These are queries posted in 2001.

November 30, 2001  
TOWN OF CARPENTER:  I would like to have any information on the little town of Carpenter.  How it 
got that name and who was the founder of the place if possible?  Any 
information would be appreciated.
Patty Helms    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
LEWIS, HYSELL, RUSSELL, ZWILLING, CHEATHAM, HIGLEY, KNIGHT, STILES, STUCKEY:  I am a descendant of all of these families. I have small pieces of this complex 
puzzle, but would like to get any information on these names that is available. 
I am especially interested in seeing if any of the family members were Revolutionary 
War or Civil War Veterans.  Should anyone need information on these names, I would be 
glad to tell you what I know.
Scott Lewis    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
BEACH, BEECH, MORRIS, DARST, BUTTERWORTH:  I am looking for any of the following names:  Beach/Beech, Morris, Darst. Any
children of John A. Morris and Elizabeth Butterworth.  She died 1913; what
about him?  Lots of questions, no answers.
Ruth J. White    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
YOUNG, CHRISTY:  I am trying to find my great-grandparents:  William Young, born 1854 Meigs Co. 
My great grandmother Mary Elizabeth [Christy] Young, born 1860 county is unknown. 
Their children were George, Ernest, Joseph, William, Earl Emmons [my father], Clara,
Bertha L., Flora C., and Daniel E.  Contact me by email if you have anything at all. 
Thank you.
Martha Turner    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
KIRKPATRICK, DAWSON:  I am searching for the parents of Josephus Kirkpatrick, reportedly b. 1859
in Meigs County, OH. He later m. Samantha Dawson and lived in Tyler County,
WV.  However, after 1890, Josephus disappears from all records.  Perhaps
his parents originated in PA.  Are there any records of this family in
Meigs County?  
Roger Kirkpatrick    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
THOMPSON, MCELHINNY, LEE:  I am looking for the following families listed on the 1850 Census in Salisbury 
Township, Meigs Co., OH.  THOMPSON, MCELHINNY,  LEE.  I need information on the 
family of James Patterson Thompson b. 3 Oct 1802 Alleghany Co., PA  m. (1) 31 Aug 1838 
Alleghany Co., PA Dorcus J. McNutt b. 14 Dec 1816 PA d. 6 Jul 1850 Meigs Co., OH 
bur. Thompson Cemetery Storys Run Rd., Salisbury Township.  Children John Thompson 
b. 25 Jan 1840 PA, Henry Clay Thompson b. 12 May 1841 PA, Rebecca Thompson b. 12 Sep 1843 
Meigs  Co., OH, Nancy Jane Thompson b. 8 Dec 1845 Meigs Co., OH, Sarah Melissa Thompson  
b. 21 May 1848 d. 10 Jun 1848 Meigs Co., OH buried Thompson Cem., Storys Run Road, Salisbury 
Township, Sarah Ellen Thompson b. 29 Sep 1849 Meigs Co.,  OH.  

He m. (2) 10 Apr 1851 Gallia Co., OH Mary Ann Lee b. 27 Apr 1827  VA.  Children b. 
Meigs Co., OH: Cynthia Jane Thompson b. 5 May 1849, Mary  Francis Thompson b. 15 Jun 1852, 
Robert Wilson Thompson b. 23 Nov 1854.   The rest of their children were born in Clark Co., MO.   

James Patterson Thompson's sister Margaret Thompson  b. c. 1809 PA m. Samuel McElhinny b. c. 1813 PA.  
Their children were:  Rebecca McElhinny b. 1836 PA, James McElhinny b. 1837 PA, the rest 
born Meigs  Co., OH: Joseph b. 1839, Eliz b. 1842, Samuel b. 1845, Minerva b. 1845 and  
Josephus b. 1849.   

James Patterson Thompson's brother Josephus Thompson b. 1814 Alleghany Co., PA m. Margaret 
b. c. 1818 PA.  Their children born Alleghany Co., PA were Harrison Thompson b. 1840, Mary Jane  
Thompson b. 1842, John Thompson b. 1844, Daniel Thompson b. 1846 and James Thompson b. 1848.  
Their son Jeremiah Thompson was b. Sep. 1850 Meigs Co., OH.   

The mother of James, Margaret and Josephus Thompson, Rebecca J. Blackford Thompson wife of Daniel 
d. 26 Jan 1851 age 82 years 6 months and is buried in the Thompson Cemetery, Storys Run Road, 
Salisbury Township, Meigs Co., OH.   Any information on any of these three families is greatly 
Marilyn Freeman    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
CARTWRIGHT, EDWARDS, VANMATRE, VANMETER, SAUNDERS, LITTLE, HADDOX, MANLEY, CHAPMAN, TAYLOR:  I am researching the following surnames:  Cartwright, Edwards, VanMatre, VanMeter, Saunders, 
Little, Haddox, Manley, Chapman, Taylor.  They are mostly from Meigs County, Ohio, and Mason  
County, WV.  I have a lot of information, but I also have a lot of holes to fill in.   If anyone 
is researching these names maybe we can swap info.                                                               Thank you
Lisa Rickert    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
VAN METER:  Searching for forebears of Margaret Vanmeter who married my great
grandfather May 23, 1850 either in  Meigs county or Mason Co. WV--the
wedding is listed in both places. It has been suggested that she was born
about 1831 In VA{WV} of possibly Henry Jr. or Simeon.  She and Abel are 
listed in both 1860-70 census in Sutton Tnshp.  Thank you.
Elva Robinson    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
CROSBIE, MCMASTER, DOWNIE:  I am researching the Crosbie family.   Thomas Crosbie came from Scotland in 
1854 to Pomeroy, Ohio.  He was married to Jeannette McMaster.  They brought 12 
children with them - Homer, Peter, Mary, James, Susannah, Jane, Elizabeth, John, 
William, Jeanette, Thomas Jr., and Lennox.  Lennox is my great great grandfather 
and I am in the early stages of research.  Having a great time!!  Jeannette Crosbie's 
obituary says there were 13 children.  Does anyone know the name of the 13th child or 
any information on the family.  Susannah married William Downie who operated a boat 
in Pomeroy.  Any help would be much appreciated.  Thank you.
Cindy Pierce    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
DYKE, SHENOFIELD:  I am interested in corresponding with anyone who may have information about
my grandfather William Henry DYKE, b. abt. 1841 in Meigs County and
grandmother Minerva Shenofield, b. abt. 1839 in Meigs County. They were
married in Meigs County April 7, 1864.  Thank you.
Jim Gunlock    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
PARKER, POWELL:  I'm trying to find information on my great grandmother, Carrie Parker Powell,  
married to Eli Lyell Powell March 24, 1878 in Meigs County, Ohio.  I can't  
find any previous lineage on her.  I don't even know her date of birth or  
where she was born.  Appreciate any information you can provide.
Peggy    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
LOVE, COOPER:  Looking for the parents of George Henry Love b. 1852, possibly in Ohio, married 
1875 to Alice Cooper b. 1853.  They lived in WV, possibly Mason County.
Belle    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
BARNHART:  Looking for information on the Rev E. E. (Elzie) Barnhart.  Supposedly died in 
Chester, Ohio.
Jenny Barnhart    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
MARQUIS, LOWRY:  The 5th child of William MARQUIS and Mary LOWRY was William MARQUIS Jr.
born 11 Jan 1838, d. 6 Sep 1838 at Meigs Co., OH, and buried there?  The
family lived on a farm in So. Beaver Co., PA, and from that one would
assume since Mary had five living children 3 thru 10 yrs of age, that
the children may have traveled with her.  Also, one might assume that
there was a relative living in the Meigs area.  I would so much
appreciate any of you root diggers helping me find the place of burial
for William Jr. and/or family ties. Since Mary was born in Ireland, she
had family and this is the closest that I can come to anyone.
Margaret D. Pricer    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
LYLE:  Trying to find information about my grandparents John Clarence Lyle or Ivy Clover.   
John died around 1918-1919.  Any information you can share is appreciated.  Thank you.
Paul Lyle    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
WELLS, BUCHANAN, BARNHART, RANDOLPH:  I need information on Barton A. Wells, born 1812 in Virginia and moved to 
Meigs County, Lebanon Twp.  Heard he then moved to Mason, WV.  He married a 
Nancy Barnhart 7/19/1836 in Marietta, Ohio.  Nancy was born 1815 in Virginia.  
They had 9 children:  Belinda b. 1837, Lucinda b. 1840, Rachel b. 1842, 
Randall b. 1844, Russell Bart b. 1845 (my line), Gordon b. 1849, Charlotte 
b. 1852, Hannah b. 1856 and Barton V. b. 8/24/1858.  Need any info I can get 
on Barton A. and Nancy.

The last Buchanan that I have is Isaac Buchanan born 1854 in ?? died
?? in ??.   He married Columbia Ann Randolph ??? Columbia was born 1862
in ?? died ??.  They had only 1 child that I know of... they may have had 
anywhere from 2 to 10 kids...The only child I have is Alvin Akey Buchanan 
born 7/16/1903 in Hockingport, Ohio died Oct. 19, 1956 in Gallipolis, Ohio.
Alvin married his first or second cousin Nora Randolph 5/19/1924 in ??.  Nora
was born Sept. 25, 1910, in Long Bottom, Ohio and died  Feb. 20, 1995, at
her residence in Reedsville, Ohio.

Any help would be greatly appriciated on these 2 families.
Amanda D. Curtis    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
WOODS, GRIFFIN, HITE, EVANS:  I am looking for the death record of my Grandmother, EFFIE WOODS
GRIFFIN, she died in 1944 or 45 in Meigs County.  She was born in
Hocking county in 1866 and was married to ALLEN GRIFFIN born in Perry
County in 1856 and died in Hocking County in 1940.  Her father was
EPHRAIM WOODS born and died in Hocking County, Ohio.  Effie moved to
Meigs County to live with her daughter JENNIE GRIFFIN HITE married to
ALVA HITE.  JENNIE and ALVA had two children ALMONT HITE EVANS and
HAROLD HITE.  They were raised in Pomeroy, Ohio.  Thank you.
Sherole    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
DAVIS, HOWARD, JONES:  My name is Richard R. Davis and we (the Davis family) are attempting to
do the Davis genealogy.  We have been most sucessful going back in most 
family trees.  We have reached a dead end with the specific Davis name.
We have all information leading back to:

Nelson J. Davis
born:  19 May, 1816 in Meigs County, Ohio
died:  31 December, 1905 in Mooreland, Woodward County, Oklahoma

He was married twice:
1.  Kisiah Howard b: ABT.1816
      married: 31 January, 1836 in Quncy, Adams Co. Illinios
2.  Ellen Jones     b: 1820 in Virginia
       married:  1842 Quincy, Adams Co. Illinois.

We cannot find any information about any siblings, parents,or anything
about Nelson J. Davis other than what I have given you.  We can trace
from his marriages forward with no problem.  We need help in
identification of his ancestry, his family of any siblings and parents.

Thank you.
Richard Davis    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
DOWNARD, MCLAUGHLIN:  I am trying to find any information on ELECTA DOWNARD, born in Meigs Co. 
in 1875. She married Alvin C. McLaughlin.  I have no other information on her.
She was my ggrandmother.  Thank you.
Craig Stevenson    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
MUSSER, MCCLURE, HILL, KING, PANE:  My grandfather was Wesley Dale Musser from the Rutland area.  He was murdered 
April 11, 1977. He married Julia Hill.  They had an only child, my mother 
Helen Mae Musser King.  I am one of 5 children of Helen and Clyde Everett King, 
also of the Rutland area.  Clyde is the son of Earl King.  I have some information 
that I can share, but still looking for any information that would help me also.  
The name Pane might be spelled Paine.  This name is my gggg grandmothers maiden name.  
She married John Musser.  The family originated from Germany.  Left to Penn., and  
some family members left to take a boat to Meigs Co.  If anyone has anything to share, 
I would appreciated it very much.  I will also try to do lookups for others needing 
information from the Meigs Co. area. Thank you.
Paula Rizer    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
REED, HOFFMAN, SUTTON:  I am trying to locate info concerning Lafayette Reed born June 26, 1847, died 
April 24, 1928 in Meigs County. Wife was Martha Hoffman Reed.  Their daughter 
Magdalena Reed is my husband's grandmother.  We believe the home place was 
near Reedsville, Ohio.  She married Leonard L. Sutton.  Any insight would be 
greatly appreciated.
Zoe    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
LOWERY, LOWRY, LOWREY, GOBLE:  I am trying to locate information on my great grandfather Emry or Emery 
Patrick Lowery, born 4/7/1872 in Meigs County, Pomeroy, Ohio.  The spelling 
of his name was listed as Lowrey according to the 1880 census.  At that time 
he was 8 years old and living with Allen (Joe) Hysell and Frances Hysell.  
His parents were possibly Seth and Martha Cook Lowery.  He married Mary Ann 
Secoy Goble who was born 3/26/1876.  Her parents were Hiram and Emily or 
Emmaline Goble.  Hiram was born approximately 1852, and died 8/9/13.  Any 
help would be greatly appreciated.
Robin Lowery Buskirk    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
BARTON, MANLEY:  I am looking for the parents of Mary Ann Barton who married Samuel S. Manley.
She died between 1856-1859.
Joe Manley    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
DODSON, WINES:  I am looking for info on John Dodson who married Melinda Wines. Their children
were Henry, Samantha, Sarah and Phebe.
Joe Manley    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
PICKENS, SIMONIM:  I am looking for information on David Pickens b 17-06-1811 married 
Clarissa Simonim 11-03-1838, Gallipolis, Ohio.  They lived in Racine, 
Ohio for many years.  They had 13 children, Frances Virginia, Mahala Jane, 
Roman, Rosania E. Mary Ellen, Clarinda, Eliza Ann, Henrietta, Cornelius, 
Sylvester, Viola Palmyra, James B. and Ida.  Ida became a teacher in Racine.  
Ida and her Mother, Clarissa, are buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Racine.  
David Pickens seemed to disappear abt 1862.  Would like information on his 
death or whatever happened to him.  Clarissa and several of the daughters 
had a millinery shop in Racine after 1862.  Welcome any information on any 
members of this family.  Willing to share information. 
Darlene Burke    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
BARBER, BLAKE, REED, RANDOLPH, ROCKHOLD:  Looking for information on Bertha Barber, parents were John Barber and
Alice Blake. Bertha married a William Reed and then married a Phillip  R.
Randolph. . Bertha is buried in the Randolph cemetery,on Eden Ridge. She
had a sister Marteena Barber who married Marcellus Rockhold. If you have
information on Barbers or pictures of any of the family contact me by
Shawn R. Haynes    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
KARR, KERR, NISEWONGER:  Looking for information on Hamilton Karr died 1821 in
Meigs.  Born around 1764.  Word has it that he was a
famous Indian fighter.  He was married to Susannah
Nisewonger.  Any cemetery listing?  Thanks.
Nancy Hayden    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
CARSEY, SPENCER, MARSTELLER, SCHULTZ:  I am trying to locate information on these surnames.  I would like to find 
out where to obtain early vital records.  John CARSEY married Caroline (SPENCER) 
and they had at least 6 children: Luther, Blanche, Edmund, Edna, Della and Edith.  
James MARSTELLER married Alvina (SCHULTZ) and had 2 daughters: Mentha and Mildred.  
Any info. on these families or where I can find early vital records for this 
county would be deeply appreciated.
Kim Overberger    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
GEYER:  William Geyer, twin to David Geyer, five children by first marriage: Willam 
Geyer, Jr. b. 1847, Lousia Geyer b. 1869, Abraham Geyer b. 1843, John Geyer 
b. 1845, Anna May Geyer b. 1847, second wife's children: David L. Geyer b. 
1849, Henry Clay Geyer b. 1850, Samuel Geyer b. 1852, Jacob Geyer b. 1854, 
George Geyer b. 1856, Elizabeth Geyer b. 1858, died 1860, Charles Wesley Geyer 
b. 1861, Edward Lincoln Geyer b. 1865, Lydia Ann Geyer b. 1874. All born in Meigs
County, Ohio.
Stella    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
MCMAHAN, MCBAIN, TROP:  Please include the names of William McMAHAN,  Leticia McBAIN , TROP.  These names would 
have been in Meigs county from 1808 to 1840.
Jentami Feldhaus    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
DAVIS:  I am seeking information on a Nelson J. Davis, born 19 May 1816 in
Meigs County, Ohio. I cannot find any information relating to him or his
parents.  I would appreciate any information that anyone might be able to
provide.  The Davis clan has been unable to find any information on him
or any ancestors prior to his birth, or his parents.  

I do have information on his children.  His first wife was Kisiah Howard. 
Born about 1816; marriage 31 Jan 1836 in Quincy, Adams County, Ill.
All his children and second wife have data that link to Illinois, but
none in Ohio.  Thank you.
Richard Davis    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
VANDERMOON, KLEIN, GRIMM:  I would like the following names added:   Philopena Klein Vandermoon,
John Klein, Katherine Klein Grimm.
Helen Theobald    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
DANFORTH, WHITEHEAD:  Two of my ancestors were Walter R. Danforth and Ann Whitehead, his wife.
I have them in my genealogy going back to William Danforth in England.  I am 
looking for more personal information on Walter and Ann.  The Meigs County 
Census 1870, Ohio (Lebanon Township) has them listed and I am interested in 
finding additional information. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Dana Seagle    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
EASTERDAY:  I have been trying to find out who the parents of my ggrandmother, Maggie E.
Easterday; b. 23 DEC 1850 in Meigs Co., Ohio. We do not now if Maggie is a
nickname?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Gail Temple    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
MCCOWAN:  I am doing genealogy on the McCowan family.  My ancestors are from around 
Somerset, KY and Wayne Co. KY area.  I have found John and Elizabeth and 
James McCowan in Meigs Co.  These are names of my ancestors but are common 
names in most families.  I need to contact anyone in Meigs Co. who is researching 
McCowan to see if there could be a connection. These are names in my family 
that we are hung up on.
Roberta Toby    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
BROWN, BECK, MCKNIGHT:  I am searching for the parents of Samuel B. BROWN,born 1821 in Ohio, died 
(was murdered) Jan. 1853, possibly in Meigs or Athens Co. Samuel B. married 
Harriet McKNIGHT, born 1819 in Virginia, died 1893 in Ohio. This couple had 
four children who reached adulthood and all of them moved to southwest Missouri 
in the late 1860s. I have the names of these children and their spouses for 
anyone who would like them.

Family tradition is that Samuel B. was killed due to his participation in the 
Underground Railroad but we have never found a written account of this event. 
Does anyone have such an account of these activities in Meigs county?

Another thing in our family which has puzzled us for almost 100 years is a 
strange phrase in our family Bible...." John F. BECK was". Who is John F. BECK, 
and how does he fit into this family? Could he be the grandfather of Samuel B.
on the maternal side? Who, oh, who has the answers to our puzzles? How can I 
thank you for helping me?
Carol Dickey    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
PHILLIPS, FARLEY, BYERS:  Great-Grandfather, Isaac Phillips-born in Jackson Co., OH,  Died in Vinton Co., 1914.
Married to Jane Farley, born in Ohio.
Son, John Oliver Phillips. Born 1881 or 82, died in 1923. Buried in Bethel Cem. at 
Nelsonville Oh. He worked the coal mines. Married Blanche Hankerson. They lived in 
Athens, OH, or there-about.
4 Children that I know of: Virgil, who I think died in a coal mine accident; Raymond, 
mailing address, Milfield, OH, had 5 or 6 children, one whose name was Jerry; Garnet, 
I know nothing about her; Mary Lenna, 1909/1979, my mother, she went by the name of 
Lennie and married Mark Byers from Frankin Co. They had 6 children. Marcus William,  
Raymond John, Harold Virgil, Viola May, Carolyn Ann and Phillip Paul.
rcsowers    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
CORNELL, LINDSEY:  My ggrandparents were George W. Cornell, b. March 1849, VA, and Mary A. Lindsey 
b. June 1852, OH. They lived all of their married life in Bedford Township, 
Meigs County. Both died in 1901 and are buried in Baker Cemetery according to 
articles in The Democrat, March 21 and Nov. 21 of 1901. They had 8 children: 
John E., Alfred B., Lilly Rose, Horace, Beni. F, Malni, Omer, and Herbert. 
John E. was my grandfather. I would like to be in touch with anyone searching 
this family. I have contact with the son and grandson of Omer plus others of 
John E.'s line. 
John H. Cornell    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
WILLIAMS, COY:  I am searching for information on Edward Williams who appeared in the 1820 
Meigs County census and then disappeared. He married Susanna Coy 6 May 1818 
in Gallia County Ohio. One child was Francis Wilson Williams.
June Pierceall    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
WAGGONER, GREGORY:  Researching WAGGONER, GREGORY surnames in Meigs Co., OH, approximately 
1860-1869.  I believe my gg grandfather, Oliver C. WAGGONER, wife, Sarah 
Katherine GREGORY and child may have been living with other WAGGONER or 
GREGORY relatives in Meigs Co., OH at the time the 1860 census was taken.  
They were married in 1857 in Vinton Co., then I can't find them until 1870 in 
KY, though I know they resided in OH prior to 1870.  I also believe Oliver, 
probably born in MD, migrating through Greene Co., PA, was acquainted with 
Enos CHANEY, who was a resident of Meigs Co. at about the same time.  Please 
e-mail me if you have any info regarding these individuals or surnames.  
Susan King    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
BROOKS:  Searching for the parents or siblings of Josiah T. Brooks.  He was born in 1832 
and died in 1864 while serving in the Union Army for West Virginia.  He married a 
Melissa Chevalier and had 5 children.  They lived in the Reedsville area.  I would 
appreciate any help you can offer.
Polly Houser    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
MCCANN, BRAKE, NELSON, RIFE:  I am just beginning to do some research and am interested in hearing from
people with surnames - MCCANN, BRAKE, and NELSON.  My ggrandfather was
George F. McCann, b. abt 1879-80 in Columbia Township, Meigs County.  He was
raised by his grandmother, Harriett (Nelson) Brake.  Harriet (Father John
Nelson and Mother Elizabeth Nelson) and Edward Brake were married on October
25, 1849.  Edward died sometime around 1878.  They had four children: 
Selena C. b. abt 1851, Mary E. b. abt 1854, William G. b. abt 1856 and Jackson
P. b. abt 1860.  Harriett had an older sister, Mary Nelson.  Mary married
Andrew RIFE.   I believe that Mary E. Brake could be my grandfather's mother
not sure.  I would like help in verifying this.
Harold McCann    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
RUSSELL, HYSELL:  I would appreciate any information on Martha Hysell b abt 1815 Meigs Co, OH 
married on 5 Dec 1833 to Ira Russell b 1812 NY.  I am interested in finding 
Martha Hysell's parents/siblings.  I have their descendants.  I also have Ira 
Russell's brother Samuel Russell b 1815 NY married to Abigal Gilmore b abt 1822 
Meigs Co, OH on 24 Jul 1846.  Thanks!
Melissa    ([email protected]).

November 30, 2001  
REEVES, IRWIN:  Looking for information on the Reeves.  There were too may Williams, Solomons,
& Richards to keep track of.  I am a ggggranddaughter of Solomon Reeves & Elizabeth
Irwin in Scipio Twp.  He was born 1805, as a twin to Lydia (there were a bunch of
those, too.)  Their son, Jerimiah, then Winfield T., then Gerald L. Reeves is my
line.  I believe Walter (b. 1652 in Burlington, NJ - d. 1696) married Ann E. Howell
was our beginning in this country.  I'm thinking - William, William Jr., Solomon,
Richard, then my Solomon & Jerimiah is my lineage, but not positive.  Jerimiah and
W. T. are buried in Wells Cemetery there.
Dixie Shaffer    ([email protected]).

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