Rose Reeves (May 13)
Thomas Reeves was born at West Bromwich,England in 1866. At one time se served in the South Staffordshire Regiment.
He was the son of David Reeves, a coal miner, who was born in Oldbury, Worcester, England in 1826.
I would love to contact any members of this extended family
Pam Swan (March 13)
Ethel Reeves married to Frederick John Edward Swan. Lived in London Kingís Cross
I would be very grateful if you could supply My Mother-in-Lawís date of birth.
Esther Legette (Feb 13)
If you know anything about my great,great grandfather Walter Andrew Reeves of Longtown south Carolina or know Libby Tucker my great, great grandmother. Please call me at 803-381-7181 .
Geoff Smallwood (Oct 12)
I am also trying to find info on the same line as Ian Reeve
Any Info that is around I would love to see it. If anyone would like to see what I have on my tree, email me and I will invite you to look.
Interested in sharing information with descendants of Richard Reeve and Elizabeth Stolworthy m. Gt Yarmouth, 1782, children Catherine, Richard, Edward, David Taylor,
Edmund and Joseph, all born in Gt Yarmouth. Richard had a son Richard Joseph Reeve who grew up in London
and emigrated to Australia in
1852, along with his wife Eliza Winden and children Richard, John and
Horatio. Eliza and Alfred were born
in Melbourne. Family was at Ballarat in late 1850s to 1880s. Son John
moved to Moss Vale with his
family in early 1890s. John's son Alfred was born in Ballarat and
Alfred's son, Cyril (my grandfather) was
born in Moss Vale and moved to Sydney in the early 1920s.
Julie (Aug 12)
I think your research may be linked to my husband's family. His grandfather was Oliver Charles Reeve, son of Alice Reeve. He was born at North Lopham in 1906. Alice stated in the 1911 Census that she was born at Winfarthing. She is shown as the unmarried stepdaughter of William Rush but appears to have several children including Oliver Charles. He married Daisy Abel in 1929 but died tragically young in C. 1933. They seem to have moved between Kenninghall, North Lopham and Winfarthing. In the Census records for 1881 and before, they were at Winfarthing. I wonder if you have connections with this family. I am now desperate to look through the parish registers. Unfortunately, this will take time to organise. I should have some access on-line organised soon.
Stella Scott (Nee REEVES) (Aug 12)
I hope you can help, I am trying to research :
Thomas Reeve born 1735 in Ashford, Kent, England, brother of Ambrose Reeve. I believeThomas Reeve died in Charlton near Dover, Kent England in July 1816.
Unfortunately I am unable to identify his parentage and wonder if anyone out there can help.
I descend from the line of marriage with Sarah Huntley and their son Lewis (1773) and can provide details of the family line from there.
Any help would be gratefully received!
Steve Reeve (July 12)
I am a Reeve from Sussex but a large branch of the family came from suffolk. My father and my grandfather and his brother lived at 44a loder road brighton sussex.
Grandfather Ė joseph alfred reeve his brother was samuel makepeace reeve
Joseph Aflred reeve was married to Maiden name Miss Agnes Amelia Giddings
Samuel Makepeace Reeve emigrated to Wagga Wagga New South Wales.
I have hundreds of Photographs taken in the UK and Australia
I am hoping that some of this information joins up with your Reeve family tree
Catherine Bailey (May 12)
I am researching John Reeves of Canton/Clapham 1774-1856 as post-doctoral research and in connection with a forthcoming exhibition of Chinese natural history drawings collected by him in Canton. I have traced a great,great,great.grandson and found out quite a bit about his life and work,but wonder if Reeves Researchers have come across him and ,if so, what they have found out.
Jennifer Fildes (Feb 12)
I am trying to find information on my elusive gr.gr.grandfather..John Reeve/s.
He was convicted in 1847, possibly Birmingham, and was sent to Australia in 1848, arriving in Australia 1849 and was pardoned. His punishment was originally 7 yrs.
He met/married (?) my gr.gr. grandmother, Mary Ann Cornell ( she was 14yrs) in 1854. John was about 34yrs! ( met in the Portland area of Western Victoria)
Their first child was stillborn(1855) their second , John, was born in 1857, and their third, George (my gr. grandfather) was born in 1858.
On the birth cert. for George it shows that the father, John Reeve/s was 38yrs and born in Cambridge, UK.
After the birth of George, John disappeared, never heard from again!!
Peter Reeve Hendrickson (Sept 11)
Researching Jesse and Polly Reeve ggg grand parents of mine. If any one has any ideas who the father of Jesse is let me know
The answer should be in the records of the Southhold church. He was from Southhold.my cousin Earnest Stecks mother told my sister the family had ancestry of the revolution.Earnest's mother was a Reeve.She lived in east Quogge .(spelling is wrong).They lived on South country road I believe.Earnest was a bayman,boat builder well known duck carver. Stanley a commercial fisherman was his brother.
Eric Craig Reeves. (Sept 11)
I now live in West Yorkshire, but spent most of my life in mid-Gloucestershire. I was originally born (1954) in St Helier Hospital, Carshalton ,Surrey. I am the illegitimate son of Basil Vincent Reeves. I also have a brother 2 years younger than me (also believed to be his son) called Julian Alexander Charles Reeves. Basil was previously married to Ann or Anne (maiden name unknown) and had 2 children, Jeanette and Paul. They then lived in Abinger Hammer, Surrey. This is where he began an affair with my mother Gladys Abery (maiden name Craigmyle).
I have always been told that his family came from Birmingham and the Warwickshire area. He was the only son but had 5 sisters. I believe his father was a stock broker. At the start of the 2nd World War, Basil must have trained with the RAF, I have his old notebooks on aircraft construction and design (biplanes), also some old books on wireless and telegraphy. I was told that his main war effort (while I believe he was still attached to the RAF) was at a secret establishment called Bawdsey Manor in Suffolk, where he worked assisting one of the scientists on the top secret project of developing radar with Robert Watson Watt. Bawdsey (RAF Bawdsey) became the first place to build the Chain Home Radar Station, these were eventually linked up around the South and East coast of Britain to detect incoming enemy aircraft. I believe later he became more involved in the rapid setting up of these stations and calibrating the receiver stations. Later, after the war he worked for Kearsley Airways, the first commercial airline set up at Stanstead in 1947, flying DC3ís , carrying cargo and passengers all over the world. Kearsley Airways are still at Stanstead Airport, doing aircraft repairs both civilian and military (they specialized in the increasing Comet fleets). Go to a web site Stanstead Consultative Committee ĎStanstead the Early Years (1942-1966), scroll down to The First Airlines and you will see a photo of the 1st of three DC3ís they started with.
He met my mother later, while working for a company that revived failing post-war businesses. He was making a hash of sorting out a pet shop when my mother came in (she used to breed birds). My mother had made her own income during the 2nd World War, buying and selling property around central London (despite her losses during the Blitz) and later as the manageress of the Greyhound Hotel in Carshalton. Although my brother and I were believed to be his, the name Reeves does not appear on my birth certificate (my surname is given as Abery after my mothers husband Harry Abery), my brothers birth certificate reads Julian, Alexander, Charles, Reeves, Abery. This was despite the fact that we were still living with Harry Abery. Although my mother would never tell me who exactly my father was, I believe Harry couldnít have children (despite the 2 of us she fostered another 7 children) and my mother took matters into her own hands so to speak. Eventually my mother and Basil left there respective partners and became tenants of a public house called The Forest Inn at Holt Pound on the A325 Farnham to Alton road in Hampshire. Eventually the business failed and my brother was sent to live with friends near Reading and the 3 of us lived in a caravan in the grounds of a condemned (later demolished) house. My mother decided to return to her early employment of cook/housekeeper.
They both took a position as housekeeper and estate maintenance engineer at the 1000,acre Saddlewood Manor Estate, Nr Leighterton, Gloucestershire, next to the Duke of Beaufort Estate at Badminton. They were employed by Colonel and Mrs Oxley (the family are well known in both horse breeding/training and television). After about 5 years, tensions began to build because Basil was increasingly asked to do a butlers role as well. Eventually they left service and moved to nearby Wotton-under-Edge, on the edge of the Cotswolds. After a few more years they decided to split up and Basil rented a little asbestos and timber shack in a nearby village of North Nibley at a place called Pitt Court. Disinherited from his families estate because of his relationship with my mother, he lived a frugal life. He worked for a while for Mawdsleys as a time and motion study man and then after having to have part of his intestines removed due to cancer, did not return to full time work. he repaired the odd television, radio or even watch for people.
In 1975 I was due to start teacher training college in Buckinghamshire as an Art and Design teacher. Early that summer a young woman visited Basil. This woman turned out to be Jeanette Reeves, his daughter, who I had never met before and she had not seen her father since he left when she was young. The first thing I noticed was the incredible close resemblance we both had. She came back later that summer as promised, for a longer stay. We talked and talked, the more we talked the more we both realised what similar career paths, lives and emotions we had experienced separately. Jeanette was head of the Art department at Brune Park Comprehensive School in Gosport, Hampshire (then the second largest in the country). As the summer holiday moved into early August, Jeanette invited me down to her home in Lee on Solent for a few days. While down there, Jeanette had a phone call to say that Basil had suffered 2 heart attacks, one after the other and later in Intensive Care he had another and died before we could drive up to see him. On reflection, it seemed that Jeanette and I meeting was perhaps some kind of closure on his life, as though things had come full circle. Basil was cremated, his ashes were buried at North Nibley Parish Church. At the funeral I met Paul who was now married and living in Norway, we were like identical twins. Jeanette drove me to college (I was now 2 weeks late starting), I never saw or heard from either of them again.
I hope at least part of this will be of some use to you. Please feel free to share this with other members of the Reeves family.
Barb Reaves Nelson (Aug11)
I would very much like to submit my data for your site. I have 10 years of research in South Carolina Reaves/Reeves and still cannot get further back than GGGF. Any help is appreciated and needed.
My GGGF was ASA REAVES b. in SC according to census. I donít have his parentage. His spouse was Clarinda (unk). They had a large family in Pickens, SC, one son who was my GGF, HIRAM REAVES?REEVES (both spellings). Hiram and a brother, John, served in the Civil War as well as a brother, ASA, who was killed at Rappahannock in the bloodiest battle of the war. Hiramís son, William Jackson, was my GF. His son, Jesse Pearley, was my father. Hiramís had two spouses: Emaline Youngblood and Lydia Powell. They are buried at the homeplace in Pickens at Eastatoe (sp?). I cannot find out anything further and have been working on this for years. I am hopeful that our ancestors may have crossed paths and that you will have some of the names in your research.
Gwenyth B Goodwin (nee Froyland) (Aug 11)
I would appreciate any information on the REEVES family of Brompton, South Australia. I am the Grand-Daughter of Ada Mary REEVES.
Paul Reeve (June 11)
I noticed you have a section on the Reeves of Kenninghall. James Reeve born 1700 is my great, great.....grandfather
Claire Moore (May 11)
I'm looking for anyone who knows of a gentleman named Samuel William Reeve. All I know is he married in India approx. 1945-1946, to a wonderful lady named Gertrude Mary (nee Monsurate). They moved to Wales around 1946 as this was the yr. they had a son. He was in the navy stationed there. I believe, in 1947-1948 they moved to Newcastle upon Tyne and there they had a daughter (my mother) and don't know why or what happened but they split up, there was no contact from there on. We have no photos or anymore information. My family in India tell my mum she looks just like her father in which they called him Bill.
Thank u for taking the time to read this and any information would be great.
Diana (Reeves) Aitchison (Feb 11)
I'm trying to track down Leonard Reeves son of Henry and Caroline Reeves born Ovendon Yorks abt 1883 who emigrated to Australia in 1912 on SS Orama. I would love any info on him.
David Bussey (Jan 11)
I'm desperately trying to research the family of famous country music singer Jim Reeves. I have determined that his father Thomas Middleton Reeves was born 12th Nov. 1882 and died 21st May 1924. His grandfather was a William J. Reeves (b. Alabama)) who was married to a Viney Haney (b. Texas) and this is where I'm stuck.
Any help or advice you can give a 67 year old Englishman in this matter will be oh so graciously received.
Many thanks in eager anticipation.
Kent & Denise (Nov 10)
Looking for the family members of Edward Reeve who married Adella Doan.
They had three sons Giles,
Frank and John. John married Clara Belle Thompson. Johns Niece was Jennie or Jennifer Reeve, Jackson, Mi.
I have lots of history and photos belong to this family.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Sept 10)
I am looking for the parents of Mary Reeves. She was born ABT. 1815 in Warren township or Howland township in Trumbull county Ohio. She married John Simmons 16 April 1833. They moved later to Bellevue Iowa. I am looking for any information regarding her parents or siblings. I think her brother might be Wilson Reeves who was born about the time of her birth in Warren and later moved to Bellevue.
Diana Lesley Reeves (July 10)
I'm a direct descendent of Henry Reeve c1695 and Anne Tomkins c1685 with links to Brian Blackwells' line I believe. I'm interested in any Oxfordshire Reeves through to present day.
Sherryl Smith (March 10)
My Father's name was John Leslie Reeve and his father was William John Reeve born 1892 in Norton Subcourse Norfolk, his father was William Reeve born 1856 in Norton Subcourse Norfolk, his father was William Reeve born 1828 Thurlton Norfolk his father was John Reeve born about 1801 Norfolk?
Tracey OConnor (Dec 09)
I wondered if you can help solve my puzzle. My ancestors were Margaret Reeve and Thomas Bilham. Can you tell me if this was the Margaret who was the daughter of James Reeve and Elizabeth Phillips please? I thought she was but then saw a will on NOAH for James Reeve which stated his daughter Margaret was the wife of a Blomfield not Bilham. I have searched and searched for another baptism for Margaret Reeve but to no avail.
Sue Russell (July 09)
I am trying to trace relatives of the following Reeves brothers who were all born in County Meath, Ireland in the 1800's.
(my Grandfather) John Joseph Reeves, b 1884, Drumconrath; Married Margaret Corrigan, Dublin, 1914; Died Dublin 1939.
Christopher Reeves, b 1880, Dunshaughlin, married Mollie Reid. Lived in Shanghai & Hong Hong 1930s-1940s
Alexander Reeves, b 1877 Oldcastle.
I have letters written from Mollie Reeves (nee Reid) from Wilton Lodge, 15 Florence Road, Boscombe, Hants. In 1965
Letters also write about visiting Tom Reeves and Lill Reeves in Chicago in 1948.Also my GGrandfather (father of brothers above):
Christopher Reeves, b. 1849 (Kildare or Dublin), married Sarah Donaldson from Monaghan on 22nd October, 1874. Joined the RIC in September 1867. RIC
number 32996. His father was also an RIC officer.
Jenny Sandercock (Dec 08)
I would really like to find families that tie in with mine from Norfolk to Australia and to offer help with South Australian look ups.All her info is on my Reve info pages.
Pat Robbins (Dec 08)
John S Robbins of Madison Co TN in 1842 who was named "administrator" of George Reeves. Do you have any info on the Robbins line?
John Reeve (May 08)
I have just had a dna sample for Family Tree dna which also has a Reeves dna Site. Hopefully with a little publicity a few more Reeve,Reeves will have a dna swab taken because the more taken the more likelyhood of exact matches with others. I have already matched with three others which has advanced my research.
John Reeve. Brisbane. (updated May 08)
My family Tree is well documented from 1763 in Dover, Kent, England to the present day. But I am researching Thomas Reeve born 1735 in Ashford, Kent, England, brother of Ambrose Reeve.Thomas Reeve who died in Dover, Kent England in July 1816 age 82 He married Mary Brett in 1763 and was made Freeman of Dover by purchase in 1764. His second Wife was Sarah Huntley. He was a butcher in Charlton near Dover, but the family attended St Marys and St James Churches in Dover.
Chrissy Holloway (May 08)
Thomas Reeves b 1786 m Mary Ann Aston 1810 - Kings Norton
children born in Kings Norton
Edward, Alexander, Elizabeth and
Thomas b 1818 m Sarah Harris in 1840 - Kings Norton
children born in Kings Norton
Maria, Matilda, Mary Ann, George, Sarah and Alexander
Alexander b 1841 m Matilda Hallard 1863
children born in Kings Norton
Louisa, Fanny, Alfred, William, Charles, Amelia, Nellie, Arthur,
George and Thomas
Thomas b 1864 m Matilda Dawe 1887
children born in Birmingham
Elsie, Ernest, Charles and Thomas
Thomas b 1889 m Annie Smith 1890
children born in Birmingham
Irene, John, Margaret, Ray and Howard
Living relatives say that the family left for America possibly late
R. Wayne Wolsey. (May 08)
I am a descendent through my mother of the Reeves family that settled in Southhold, Long Island, NY. What is now called Peconic Bay was once called Reeves Bay. Being Torys they moved back to England during the American Revolution and returned after the war around 1803. My 3rd Great Grandfather R. Theodore Reeves and his 2 sons were owners of a shipping company along with Grover Cleveland and his brother. They established a thriving business bringing spices and rum from the Carribean and exported goods from NY to England. R. Theodore Reeves was born 1818 in NYC and his son William Theodore Reeves was born in NYC 1840 and died 1906. My siblings and I are the last known descendents from William Theodore living. He was married twice with 1st ending in divorce. We are descended from the 2nd wife. I would like to know if there are any descendents of the 1st wife as my family has handed down to me silverware and artifacts from the 1700-1800's from England. I have a silverware set from the late 1700's engraved with the Reeves name and mfg by Joseph Rogers and Sons Cutlers to His Majesty. I also have a tin type photo album of the Reeves family circa 1860. If you are descended from the original Long Island Reeves family from Southhold, Long Island, NY then please contact me as it would be nice to fill in the blanks.
Heather Starr (Feb 08)
My Grand mother got this large old bible from somewhere, I don't know when or where. It has been here since I was very little, probably even before. It is about 16" x 9.50" black with a very nice blank embossing ( no color). In the back there is a "Family register" page. And it has the name of "Reeve". So I hopped on the internet and started looking for the names that are in it. (dates too). I am not sure how to go about looking fully for the persons listed in the back. In short I am winging it, and thought you might be able to help me. I have no Reeve in my family background, that is how I know that it does not belong here, I would like to find its family. It is an approx. 1851 version of the holy bible, with the above dimentions and about 3" thick. I can give you the names in the back of the bible:
Elizabeth Isabella Reeve.
Married July 5th 1850.
John Reeve Born March 21st.1837.
Elizabeth Reeve Born Sept. 4th 1853.
Benjamin Reeve Born August 30th 1855.
Frank Reeve born Dec. 29th 1856.
Alfred Reeve born Dec, 1st. 1858.
Died Feb. 25th 1859.
Alfred Reeve born Feb.12th 1860.
Eliza Reeve born August 7th 1862.
Died Sept. 5th 1863.
Eliza Reeve born Nov. 5/6th 1863.
Frederick Reeve born April 3rd 1866.
Isabella Reeve born (looks like) Dec. 23rd 1869.
As you can read the only ones that I have trouble reading are the 2nd Eliza & last Isabella. As I said before I would like to find the persons that this might belong to now and see if they would like it. I love old books, and try to find who they belonged to. But this is beyond me. As before any help would be great.
Barry Nicholls (Feb 08)
I am interested in finding a Sue Reeves who worked for Osborne Advertising in the 70's,she lived in Eltham and later had a travel business in Wardour Street in London.
I am currently looking at my father in laws family tree for him, his great grandfather is John Reeve born Thurlton who married Martha Mirah Lound from Stalham in 1873.
Should this be the same Reeves that you are refering to then it would be great to talk to each other .
Rachel Fieldhouse (Reeves) (Oct 07)
I am trying to find out what happened to my grandfather Ernest Arthur Reeves 1902 sisters and brother,
Evelyn May Reeves born in Cheltenham in June 1905 who I think may have possibly married a Walter Rankmore in Bristol 1923. Walter died in 1930 and after this I loose what happened to Evelyn.
Herbert Jesse Reeves born in Frome in 1909. I have him on Uley National School records but can not find a marriage etc for him.
Also Lillian Maud Reeves born in Uley near Dursley in 1917. I have traced her on school records at Uley National school but I am unable to find a marriage or any thing else for her.
My Grandfathers family is a bit of a mystery to my family and it would be wonderful to find out more information.
Ged and Joan Barry (Sept 07)
I am researching the family of Philip Reeves born Egham UK 17th June, 1787 parents John and Elizabeth. Philip married Sarah Eames at St.Martinís Church Birmingham 1814. Philip and Sarah had 4 children - Caroline, b.7.1.1817, Eliza c.9.10.1820 at St.Philips Church, Birmingham, Philip b.11.1.1823, William b.13.8.1824, both the boys christened at St. Martins 27.12.1825.
I have reason to believe that both Philip and William were sent out to Australia as Convict exiles, 1849. Philip married a Sarah Amos in 1845. I would like to know when Philip and Sarah the parents died, and what happened to Caroline and Eliza.
Paul Dilworth (Sept 07)
I am researching Charles Reeve (born c. 1810) in Harleston Norfoll, died 1850 Henstead, Norfolk.
Was a member of the 95th \Regiment of Foot and discharged to a pension from the Royal Hospital, Chelsea.
Wife: Sarah Gloyn
Mark Reeve (March 07)
I'm researching the Reeve family mainly from the Winfarthing / North Lopham area do you have any info you can share?
Dawn (Reeves) Hass (Jan 07)
I just recently found an obituary for my 3rd generation grandfather William J. Reeves.
Here is what I know about William J. Reeves, I'm hoping you can tell me more about his parents and/or siblings.
William J. Reeves was born in Devonshire England, March 28, 1826 and died in Hull, Wisconsin (Marathon County WI USA) October 09, 1888. At eleven years of age William Reeves, left his home in Devonshire, England to begin his life as a seaman. He was a seaman for over eleven years. Then, moved to Marquette County, Wisconsin in 1848 and began farming (Marquette County Census, 1855). 3 In December, he married Eliza Griffin. The Colby Memorial Cemetery records state they were married April 20, 1857. 5 In the 1870 census, they were living in Mecan, WI. 3 Mecan is located in the central part of Wisconsin with the cities of Oxford on the west and Green Lake on the east. As stated in the Montello News Express 1875, William Reeves was elected as county board member for Mecan, Wisconsin.
In 1877, the family moved to Colby, WI. Eliza left Colby WI around 1902 and finally settled in Edgemont, SD where she died April 20, 1919. Her body was brought back to Colby WI and buried with her husband William. Both William and Eliza are buried in the Colby Memorial Cemetery in Colby WI. 5
At the time of Elizaís death, her son William was living in Lake Bay, Washington, Henry A. was in Colby, Wisconsin, while John E. was living in Belleham, Washington. John lived in Bath Dakota around 1888. Henry married Catherine Waterpohl in Colby WI. At this point, no further information has been uncovered for John E. and William.
Do you have information that can offer more info on William's siblings, children, family in devonshire england ? Any info., suggestions are appreciated.
Mark Reeve (Oct 06)
I am also researching Reeves from North Lopham Norfolk.
Any help Ican give you or vice versa would be great
Jim Reeves (Sept 06)
I am interested in the antecedents, of Charles Reeves, married to Jane Kirk and of his brother, Edward Reeves, author of 'Brown Men and Women' a description of a voyage around the South Pacific, and 'Homeward Bound'. They emigrated from Manchester in 1871, first to New Zealand and then on to South Australia. I believe that they came from Helensburgh, Scotland, originally and their mother was descended from Sir Francis Freeling
Terri (Hall) Peltier
I am an only adult child of Jean Rives Hall. Her father was Benjamin Allen Rives, who was involved in mining in Tonopah,NV.
My mother tells me that her father told her that his family dated back to the First Families of Virginia.
I certainly wish I could find out more.
Ed Reeves (July 06)
I live at present in Mt Buller S Australia. My Father was Charles Wheatley Reeves Adelaide Solicitor, and my Grandfather was Edward Reeves(speech therapist/elocution teacher).Thats all I know !
Theresa Reeves Oxtoby b. 1963 Springfield, Illinois (May 06)
My father is Edward F. Reeves b. 1943 Salina,Kansas
His father is Walter Fredrick Reeves b. 1916 Arkansas d. 1983 California
His father's name was Jesse A Reeves and he may have been b. around 1871 Arkansas or North Carolina
His father may be James M Reeves b. 1844 North Carolina
His father may be Jackson W Reeves b. 1816 North Carolina
Tammy Stokesberry (July 06)
I am looking for any information on James Daughtery Reeves Born abt 1793 in Penn. married 1818 to a Hannah McClune not sure if she was born in
Penn. or England. They had a son by the name of Levi Boyd Reeves born Aug 1823 in Erie Penn. and died 1870 in Neb. I am trying to find James and
Janelle April 06 XXXXX please update your email address Please contact email@example.com
Redden R. Reeve b. about 1800, SC? NC?. m. 1) Cynthia SC m 2) Mrs. Anna [French] Reeve, 1843, DeKalb Co GA.
Need parents and any other information for Redden R. Reeve and Anna French.
Ben Reeve (March 06)
Researching all variants of RE(E)VE(S) and always willing to see if I can make connections through my extensive database.
REEVE - Garboldisham families
I have been asked to give my 'take' on the descendants of the descendants of Righteous REEVE, born Diss c. 1801, died North Lopham 1869, through his son William (1835 in North Lopham). Thereafter I have more than one interpretation of the children born in Garboldisham and would be grateful for your views on these please. I am fairly sure that the enquirer has mixed up children from other REEVE couples in Garboldisham in the period 1850 - 1880.
Lillian Champagne April 06
I am interested in posting a query about my Reaves/Reeves line on your website. My grandmother was Icie Arsulia Reaves b. East Texas, her father was Elijah General Holman Reaves (born Reeves) in Alabama, his father was Henry Willis Reeves b. Alabama, his father was George Washington Reeves b. Georgia and his father was Henry Reeves b. North Carolina. My info on G.W.'s birthplace and also Henry's is limited. Who were their siblings and also Henry's parents. I would love to share info on my Reaves/Reeves line with anyone interested.
I have traced back Francis Reeve to 1841 ( age 65 for that year - Not of this county ) married to Ann ? (age 55 - Of this County) in Ely Cambridgeshire. Children are James age 20 Born Cambs = Rebecca age 15 Born Cambs =Thomas age 13 Born Cambs. Thomas Reeves Married Elizabeth Parsons 25 -12-1850 There is more information up to the present day.
I am looking for a connection between my Great Grandfather Wlliam Edward Montague and the Reeves family. I know he was a member of the Reeves family that had an artists' materials company in England. I think Willliam Edward Montague was the illegitimate son of William John (or Thomas) Pughe Reeves, who died, bankrupt in Calais in 1842.
I am located in Devon in England and have a large family history of the family name rooting in Barbados.
My address is;36 Cambridge Road
Plymouth ,Devon, PL2 1PU , England
Any feedback which might arise from the history of my family in Barbados will be great as my family is currently researching the roots.
I need inormation on any Reeves from Somerset (Cheddar, Bath) who knows anything about the father of William Reeves (born 1907),
I'm looking for information regarding Albert R. Reeves, b 1848 d. 1911 Graves Co. KY. Enlisted in Co.C. 13th KY Cavalry (CSA) in 1862. Stationed in S.E. Kentucky in Letcher Co. near Whitesburg. Later near Abingdon, VA with Army of SW VA. Captured in Graves Co. KY Jan. 1865, imprisoned at Camp Morton, IN until released June 1865. Married Melinda (maiden name unknown) I am interested in place of birth, parents, etc.
My interest are my ggrandfather Frederick Reeve Reeve from Pulham,Norfolk b 1850, the Reeve's in Pulham were a family of bricklayers (quite a big family) and I am interested in tracing earlier but not sure how, have come across any Reeve from Pulham?
I am researching Samuel Anderson REEVES, Born 1851, Georgia, who married
Harriet Angelina CAIN.
I am looking for researchers of Frederick REEVES, 1760-1820, York, South
Carolina ?? Specifically, his
son Samuel. In Reeves Review Book II by Emma Barrett Reeves Frederick is #
110 and Samuel is # 285. I am looking for documentation that This Samuel
REEVES is the same Anderson REEVES, Sr. who moved to St. Clair County,
Alabama before 1830.
Joshua Adam Reeves (1977)
My Father Is Jimmy Waymen Reeves(1950), the son of Jame Reeves (1920) from KY. If anyone may think there is any relation please contact.
Am searching for Clyde Reeves. He was my uncle. I am interested in discovering information about my family who lived originally in Scottsboro Alabama. They are related to Lifeous Reeves and Pauline Hillan
I am researching John D(Durdan) Reeves or perhaps Reavis b 1760 in Northampoton County, NC d 1841 in Surry County NC, m Sally Locke Elwell father of Macajah Reeves etc.
Kent and Denise Simonsen
I am looking for any family member related to any of the following from Jackson, Mi. John, Jack, Ed, Edward, Grace, Flora, Jennie or Jeanne, Margaret, Giles,
Frank or Albert Reeve. Lots of history and photos I have found and a museum honoring John and his wife Clara Reeve.
Kim Reeves Gordon
I am researching the family of Thomas Reeves and Keziah Mapes; Barnabas Reeves and Esther Halsey; Jehiel Reeves and Mary Hunter/Mary Pickering.
From NY and IL from what I have found so far. Am interested in the Russell Reeves family - Russell and Elizabeth with daughter Anna M., Marjorie and Beverly.
Doris Irene Medlicott, born 11/10/1914 in Melbourne, Richmond, Victoria, Australia. At some point, she married a John Reeves in Melbourne. They had two daughters whose names I do not have. We only learned of this 1st marriage after her death. The story we were told is that she met Kasper Silvernail (a US Marine) in Australia where he was recovering from malaria. They fell in love and had a brief affair which resulted in a pregnancy. We have no idea when Kasper learned of this. Paul Reeves was born in 1944. There is no Father listed on the birth certificate. We assume that John and Doris divorced sometime between Paul's birth, 1944, and their emigrating to the US in 1947. She was listed as Doris Meddlicott on hers' and Kaspers' marriage certificate. The marriage took place in Minneapolis in January of 1947. Paul eventually became Paul Silvernail but there are no adoption papers. Doris and Kasper had two more sons; Dennis (my husband) and Michael (1952-2005). Sadly, Kasper died very young in 1957.
I now know that his name was JAMES REEVES and that he was born abt 1911 in Bendigo of William Reeves and Elsie Alexander. He married Doris on January 26th, 1935 at St Ignatious Catholic Church in Richmond. At the time of their marriage, he lived at 2 Cubitt St. in Richmond and was listed as a labourer. Doris lived at Hornby St in Beaumaris and was listed as a waitress.
So far, my search for the births of their daughters or for a divorce record have been fruitless. Any help in this area would be greatly appreciated!
Shaun Reeves, From Newton Kansas.
My fathers name was Howard Leroy Reeves who resided in Parsons Kansas and who is buried in Oakwood Cematary. He was Born in Bartlesville
Oaklahoma I am unsure of the date. he resided with his parents somewhere in Missori his fathers name was Newland Reeves and his mothers name was
Florence. they moved from Missori to Altomont Kansas where my father attended High school. he has two sisters Gloria and Lucille. I looked on the
Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints web site and seen that his Social # was issued in Oklahoma but hs is Buried in Altomont Kansas.
this is the litle and only info that I have I know that it is not much but. I hope that maybe you can help shed alittle light please inform me
if you know of anything.
My great grandfather was Benjamin Reeve b 1836 in Silfield (Norfolk)
He was married three times. I only have any knowledge of two of these marriages.
He married Sophia (Claxton?) 1841 - 1872 in Kenninghall in 186?
William Reeve b 1865 in Kenninghall (died young in Ipswich)
Benjamin Reeve b 1868 in Kenninghall (moved to Devon)
Edith Reeve b 1869 in Kenninghall (married George Kingsland in the London area)
After Sophia died Benjamin appears to have moved to Long Stratton (otherwise known as Stratton St Mary)
He married Hannah Howell Blowers in 1878 and they had
Florence Martha b 1878 (married William Palmer and died at their home in Weymouth)
Rosa Ann b 1881 (my grandmother) (married Arnold Plummer who died young in 1914 in Long Stratton)
Samuel b 1884
Charles b 1886 d 1876 (born disabled)
Benjamin is also reputed to have been married to a Miss Burrows who, family legend has it, "died of a tapeworm."
I would love to know more about Benjamin's family and also if Miss Burrows ever existed.
Benjamin was a wheelwright but later describes himself as an "agricultural engineer." He had a blacksmith's and wheelwright's business in Long Stratton.
Rachel Fieldhouse (Reeves)
I have just recently started researhing my family and I am a descendant of the Reeves of Cheddar, somerset.
I was before marriage Rachel Reeves 1967
My father is Charles Robert Reeves 1935
His father was Ernest Arthur Reeves 1902
His father was Octavius Charles Reeves 1877
His Father was Jesse Reeves 1835
His father was Jesse Reeves 1799
His father was James Reeve 1770
His father Timothy Brock Reeve 1747
His father was Robert Reeve 1716
And last but not least His father was Richard Reeve......16??
I have quite a bit of information on the Reeves family and would love to hear from you if you feel that this is the same line as your Reeves.
I have a William Durrant as my Great Great Grandfather. He was born in Saxtead Suffolk in approx 1825 (father also called William Durrant his trade - Jobber) He married Mary Heys (widow nee Pendlebury) in Bury, Lancashire in 1857. They had one child together named Walter born in Bury in 1858. (Mary already had 3 sons Raplh, Daniel, and John Heys)
I would like to know if anyone has any connections or knowledge of a William Durrant in Saxtead, Suffolk and any ideas on how he came to move to Bury, Lancashire. His trade was listed on his marriage certificate as 'Tea Dealer'.
Charles Washington Reeves born Jul. 25, 1844 married Mary Elizabeth Nelson in Madison, Tn.
is my great-grandfather. Would the person that inquired about the same on your page contact me.
Cherry Reeves Fiveash
My great grandfather was John Thomas Reeves who was married to Viola Whitehurst of Alabama. My grandfather was Gaston Andrew Reeves. The family moved from Alabama to Commerce Texas. My father's name was Bobby Joe Reeves and his brothers name was Billy Jim Reeves.
I am also tracing my family tree. I have a Mary Reeve in my tree and when I looked at your web site I found you had the same person there.
To get to Mary my side of the family comes through the Womack Family.Hannah daughter of Mary and William married a John Womack.
Is any of this familiar?? I live in Middlesbrough Cleveland
Searching for info on Walter Reeves B.1871 married Isabelle Grant. They had the following children-Earl,Isobel,Sarah,David,Wesley&Margaret. Use to write to Earl but have lost all contact with the families.
I am trying to find information on Arlene Reeves from Illinois. He had 2 sons, Wayne Alan Reeves and Richard Reeves.
I am the granddaughteror Arlene and Katherine Reeves.
I am researching my maternal grandmother's line.
My grandmother MAUD BEATRICE REEVE was born in Yarmouth 1888 to JOHN REEVE (farm labourer) and his wife CAROLINE (surname unknown, born in
Marvin ? Reeves, senior, of Lynnville, Tennessee.
Rumor has it that he and wife Mattie Reeves (?maiden name unknown) came from other Reeves descendents that had gone to Texax in 1800's through Tennessee, and that he was one of several that had returned to this area in the south.
He had 5 children, three sons (1 died at age 3 of blood poisoning from farm accident) and four daughters.
Sons names were Jesse Allen Reeves and Marvin ? Reeves, Jr.
Daughters names were Katherin ? Reeves, Helen ? Reeves, Jean ? Reeves, and Jewel ? Reeves. I can get the middle names of all if necessary.
Jesse Allen Reeves married a Mildred Levonia Bradley (also of British Anglo-Saxon? descent) and they had one son, Allen Bradley Reeves.
Allen Bradley Reeves had two sons, Bradley Allen Reeves and Mark Allen Reeves (all still alive) who live in the Nashville, Tennessee area.
I am very interested in tracing the lineage of the Reeves family name from Marvin senior above as far back as possible and to add to the Reeve, Reeves tree of heritage knowledge in as much as possible.
Thanks to any and all that respond.
Allen Bradley Reeves, DoD physicist retired.
As part of my research into the Kirk family of Yorkshire and Lancashire I am searching for the descendants of Charles Reeves who died April 1895 Ė he was married (in Manchester) to Jane Kirk who was born in Leeds, Yorkshire in 1842. They had a son Edward who taught elocution. In Adelaide South Australia Edward taught Lionel Logue speech therapy skills which were able to assist King George VI overcome his stutter. Edward was born in Lancashire in1860s, but I donít know when he and his family went to South Australia. I couldnít find them on the English census for 1881. I am hoping that someone can be of help with this
Anna Reeves Weatherford
I am looking for information on my gg grandfather John McClain Reeves. John married Mary Garvin Nov. 18, 1857, in Ellis County Texas. They had 2 sons, Charlie Elvin Reeves and John McClain Reeves. John died in Ellis County in 1860. Need info on his parents.
Scott A. Reeves
Iím looking for any information on Iím looking for any information on Andrew Delaney Reeves. He was born in Ireland possibly in 1846 and may have died around 1920 in Roberts South Dakota. He married Evelyn A. Smith of New York. Her parents Joseph and Rachel were from London. They had two children together James Louis Reeves and Margaret (no info on Margaret) I have the information on J.L. Reeves. I think Evelyn died prompting Andrew to move. He may have moved to South Dakota. My Dad remembers meeting family from South Dakota when he was very young (early 1940's) . He said they had the Reeves last name, but he couldnít remember any more.
I am a descendant of George Taylor Reeve b1845 in Yalding, Kent, and am looking for any information regarding his parents and any brothers or sisters.
I am descended from Eliza Reeve of Wigton in Norfolk, who married George Tattersall about 1815. Her father was described as 'one of the best farmers on the Hoolkham estate' but I don't know his name or anything more about him. I believe the Reeve family was well-known in Wigton, but I haven't been able to make the connection yet.
I am looking for information on Sarah Reeves born in Shiplake or Henley Oxfordshire.
She married William Wheeler in 1846. I would like to know the date of birth and her
I have researched my tree back to Thomas Reeve born c1680 he married a Frances ?, they had 5 children Hannah 1703 she died in 1703, John 1704,
Frances 1706,Thomas 1708 and Rebekah 1711 all born in Bovingdon Hertfordshire.
I have got stuck at that point, any help would be appreciated.
I am looking for information on William Reeves borne 1770 in Independence,
Grayson C., Va. and Sarah Terrell born 11/5/1779 in Ache Co. NC
I am stuck on Robert Reeve born c1833 Belshamp St Paul Essex.
In 1851 census the family were in Hundon Suffolk George Reeve head
wife Sarah born c1790 both Belshamp St Paul Essex.
Mary Settle Reeves
Am looking for the marriage record of Charles William Reeves (b 1886- d.1929) to
Clara Ella(Emma Pommer (b 1885 d.1963).
They lived in Cincinatti Ohio but we believe they may have marrried in Kentucky.
Mary Elizabeth Reaves married William Nicholas Carter in Wayne County, North Carolina about 1835. Kids were William Jr, Nancy Elizabeth (Lizzie), Mary, Alice, Narcissia, Edith, and my grandfather James Owen Carter. Any information beyond her father Thomas and Mother Nancy B ?
I am looking for information on George James Reeves birth 1870, Surrey, England married Sarah Florence turner birth 1872 married about 1900
Had a child George William Reeves birth 1898 married Edith May Stillwell. Children
I am looking for info on the ancestors and other descendents of Joseph Allen Reeves, born in GA around 1816. For the info I have visit my website at http://www.joesue.com and click on "Geneaology".
Josiah Reeve b. 1865 and William Richard Reeve born in 1867 in Cley Next the Sea to parents Charlotte Leah Copeman and William Reeve. William Sr married a wdow Chapman and they appear in the 1881 census.
I have considerable information on these boys but lack the English background of their parents
These boys were witnesses to the marriage of George William Reeve and Elvina (Nellie)Holmes in Port Adelaide South Australia in 1892 not long after they emigrated to Australia
all but Josiah later settled in Victoria.
I am also looking for relatives of Isaac Reeve who was a farmer in Murchison Victoria later retired to Ballarat.
I am keen to establish any Reeve contact with names related to Holmes, Girdlestone, Adams, Warhurst, Copeman
I am interested in Edmond Reaves (Reeves) of St. Landry Parish, LA. He had children with a woman named Alice who was part Choctaw (maiden name unknown but she was born around 1876). Their children include: Frank, Verginia, Joseph, Henry and Mary Agnes (my grandmother).
Around 1905, my grandmother was born in Opelousas, LA. She married Ernest Guillory at the age of 14. They had two children: Wallace and Ernestine.
After moving to Texas, Mary Agnes met Jessie James Glenn (1902-1972). There were a total of 15 children from this union. Jessie had one son: Willie Glenn; Wallace and Ernestine took on the Glenn last name. The 12 other children included: Alice, Azzie Lee, Jesse Frank, Tommie Lee, Connie Mae, Robert Edward, Pearlie Mae, Walter Lee, Bettye Jean, Jewell Agnes, Patricia Ann, and Michael Ray.
Searching for an ancestor who emigrated from England in the late 1890's firstly to Tasmania then to Queensland Australia.
Ernest Frederic REEVE (1866-?). I have a photo of him on a stock horse, Sonny Boy, in 1904 in Queensland and this is where the trail ends thus far. Can anyone help me further?
Ernest had an uncle called Lovell Augustus Reeve so his name may have passed down.
Ernests father was Richard Reeve, his mother Georgina Elizabeth Reeve (nee Spilsbury).
I live in Australia now so any help is very much appreciated.
My Reeve side came from Cheddar, Somersetshire, England. I have a lot lot of Reeve records. I will be happy to email you an attachment of Reeve family history.
I am trying to trace my great grandfather William James Reeve from Lowestoft born in 24 Jul 1892... can you help?
Looking for a Jeanie Reeves born about 1849 in North Carolina and died in 1897 in North Carolina. She was married to William Henry Hill. He was born 1847 and died in 1912.
Aminta married William Briggs in St Peter Mancroft, Norwich in 1803 (I think) needs checking but I thought I would do this now to make contact.
She said that she was born in Woodton but I have not been able to find her yet.
Need info on Edmund Reeves probably married sally Dial in NC. Known to have lived in LA, with Jack Reeves in TN and to have lived in NC. He may be the Edmund Reeves sentenced for transportation to America in London April 1753.
I am researching James Asa Reeves b 1776, Reevesville, SC died Clay Co. Tn buried Reeves Cemetery, Hermitage Springs. Tn.
parents maybe Daniel b 1754 in SC died 1838 Smith Co, Tenn. m to Eleanor b 1`758
grandparents of Asa maybe John Reeves b abt 1720 married Nancy b abt 1725
Asa married his first wife Annie (Anna) Ferguson daughter of William and Mourning Ferguson in SC William was the son of William E, known as William of Fairfield and Anna Henderson. They were living in SC in 1828. He "went security" for a man's note and had to pay it. An altercation devoloped resulting in Asa shooting the man and killing him. He was put in jail and his wife somehow turned him out, whereupon he fled to Jackson Co., Tn. Annie sold thier property, except for a few slaves, and with her small children and the slaves set out for Tn to join her husband in a six horse wagon. Annie became ill after exposure crossing a swollen stream and died. After his children arrived he married Mar y "Polly " Moore abt 1830 and became the father of 11 more children. Children born in SC to Anna were Willis, Jane, Cynthia, William, Amanda and Charles.
Would like to verify the above info., where did John come from? Where are records of Asa's misdeeds?
I am looking for family of Mary Baker born circa 1779 in Winfarthing. She married John Atkins (mole catcher) in 1816.
I can find no info for Mary in IGI or Parish Registers. Was wondering if you think she is sister of the Margaret Baker (daughter of Henry) who married George Reeve in 1795.
You mention that Margaret's father Henry left her her mother's china and trunk. Were other brothers and sisters mentioned in the will? I thought maybe that would give some clue for me as to which family Mary belonged to.
I need help to find ancestors of Andrew (Drury/Drewry) REAVES/REEVES (b: Abt 1804) who married Hannah PULLEY (b: Abt 1810). Her father is David PULLEY of Wayne Co TN. Drewry and Hannah REIVES are found in the 1850 census for Wayne Co TN. They are my ggggGrandparents. I can find no connection to the various REEVES/REAVES/REIVES that lived in Wayne Co TN and some moved to AR areas. Thanks for any help.
Am looking for information on ggfather Richard Hill Reeves. Born 1825-1830. Always thought he was born in England but census says Ohio. Married Mary Delilla Stevens 26 December 1850 in Muskingum Co., Ohio. Died 4 August 1881 in Hardin Co., Iowa. Looking for info on him or on any Reeves born about this time in Ohio.
I am searching for my father, I think he was from Georgia, and know that he searved in the military in the 1950's a Sgt. in the Army. His name was William Reeves, He was born in or around 1922 because he was 28 when I was born and I am 53 now. My mother met him when he was stationed in NC. I have searched every where, NARA, the goverment, congressman, had other searchers to try to help, nothing. I had my adoption papers opened and they say I look just like him, ( of course beautiful) needed that. I am very sick and I just want to find my daddy, along with his medical records. any suggestions.
Thanks & many blessings
Researching Isaac Reeves born circa 1723 in North Carolina USA, apparently married Margery Briggs Watson, and their son, Isaac Boone Reeve(s) born 2 Aug 1767 in Wilkes, North Carolina. Isaac Boone Reeve later married Kerenhappuck MNU (maiden name unknown). Trying to solidify and connect this line with the line of William Cabel Rives/Margaret Burgess, and have little concrete evidence as of yet. Any thoughts or info appreciated, and am happy to share what I have as well
Dan Vista (Feb 11)
I am the tech coor for a school district in northern mn and have an employee here who is trying to find out some info on some old certificates that list "B. A. RIVES Secretary" and Allen Rives (resident agent) for the Tonopah, Nevada office of "Divide City Mining Company". The employee here has some old certificates that he was hoping to find some history on and I came across your site under the search for tonopah, nevada and rives. About 1/2 way down there is a reference to someone with that spelling of the last name. If you know of any links where I could go with this, could you let me know and Ill forward that info. The certificates he has are for the "DIVIDE CITY MINING COMPANY" par value 10 cents and list the company as being incorporated in nevada march 10 1919.
I am researching my Reeves ancestors from Nova Scotia. William Henry Reeves was born in Waverly in 1842. He married Elizabeth Snow of PEI. I have not been able to find William's exact date of birth or his parent's names. I would be grateful for any links. :Thanks, .
I am looking for any information in connection with Homer Dalton Reeves Sr. born in Pickens, SC in late 1800's. He was father of Homer Dalton Reeves Jr., Floyd Jackson Reeves, & Willy Reeves Tysinger. The children all resided in North Carolina.
Maurie Reeves Overton
I am looking for information on my grandparents, Lifeous Reeves b. 4/17/1876 d. 2/18/1963 in Duncan, OK (married to Ethel Pauline Hillan b. 2/19/1883 d. 5/17/1961 Duncan, OK). Their children were: Aubrey Lee b. 1902, Bruce b. 1904, Clyde Alan b. 1906, Forest Bailey b. 1909 (in Alabama), Jeb Stuart, Bill, Ann, Ruth, Lucy, and Fronnie Mae. At sometime they moved from Alabama to Coleman, Texas and then to Duncan, Oklahoma. This is the only information I have... I would appreciate any information.
Need info on Samuel Anderson Reeves bn 1852, we think Georgia, md. Harriet Angelina Cain.
Samuels's father is Samuel Anderson Reeves, bn abt 1831, Alabama.
Looking for info on Alexander Reeves born in North Carolina about 192, name of first wife unknown, but had a daughter Meranda, or Maranda or Miranda Janes Reeves, bn 1842 Illinois.
Alexander's second wife was Marcena Vance.
I have been trying to find parents for my ancestor Samuel Reeve who lived and had family in Garboldisham. The 1851 census says he was born in Kenninghall in abt 1785. I have searched extensively in the Kenninghall and Garboldisham parish registers to find a record of his christening.
Today, I have been studying with interest the information from Vivien Riches and wonder if he fits into those families. Maybe he was born in a Baptist Reeve home and that is why I can not find him in Church of England records.
For a bit more information on him. He married Jemima Kemp in 1808 in Garboldisham. Their children were Mary, Samuel, Susan, John, James, Jemima, Sarah, Harriet, Elizabeth, Anne, Henry and William.
I am a descendant of Elizabeth Reeve and James Jermyn.
Looking for information on Frank Reeves, originally from the UK or France, then of Grand Banks Canada. Married Isabelle Dicks. Please let me know if you have any info.
Wendy Smith (nee Reeves)
William Thomas REEVES born circa 1868 and William Charles REEVES born circa 1845 in or near Bethnal Green/Hackney/Bow areas of London, England. My Dad Henry Jobe Reeves (1908-1977) My Grand Dad William Thomas Reeves (b.1868?-m.1890 d ??) Grand Mum Elizabeth Reeves (nee Branton)(1868?-1965ish?) Gt. Grand Dad William Charles Reeves (1845?- ) Gt. Grand Mum Elizabeth (1851- ) William Thomas' brothers and sisters with possible birth dates: Edward b. 1880 Charles b. 1867 Frank b. 1872 Elizabeth b 1871 or possibly Katherine William Charles' 1 brother: b. 1861 ALFRED I am also looking for BRANTON family and BODELL family in this connection with side direction to the SADD family.
D L Godfredsen
I am interested in any information concerning Alexander Reeves b. abt. 1792 probably in North Carolina, married Effie Cummins in Clermont County, Ohio, on April 10, 1814, and d. August 19, 1862 in Gardner Township, Sangamon County, Illinois.
b Portarlington, Ireland 11 Nov 1822
Jon Reeves www.iquest.net/~reeves/reeves.html
James Reeves b1801 Ky, moved to Warren Co. Oh. 1811, Randolph Co. In 1827. d 1871 looking for place of birth, parents.
I am interested in William Reeves b1794 in Granville County, NC: James Milton Reeves, b1824 in Jasper County, GA; and all ancestors and descendants of these two men. I am a direct descendant of James Milton Reeves through his son G.G. Reeves, and his son R.W. Reeves, Sr.
Thomas REEVE, Gaddesby, Leic. about 1730's
Daniel L. Replogle
William Joseph was from Warwickshire, England emigrated to USA lived in Illinois.
Robert Ryves of Blandford in Dorsetshire, England 1490
John Reeves, born about 1812, Lewisham, London area, married Catherine, - father of Thomas Reeves who married Sarah Ann Polley and emigrated to New Zealand 1872. I have a number of Reeves families on my page now:http://www.es.co.nz/~treeves/geneal.htm
Reeves family from Kenninghall who emigrated to Canada.
John Reeve, b. Gosfield, Co. Essex, m. 24 Oct 1588, Mary Brock, at Gosfield, d. bef 9 Jan 1621, Gosfield. Had dau., Anne, who emmigrated to America, d. Aug 1611, Hartford, CT., m. Thomas Fitch, St. Mary's, Bocking, Essex, 8 Aug 1611.
Mary Reeve bpt 1772 at Wacton, Norfolk m William Weston . Frances Drake m James Reeve.
My maiden name is Cheryl Reeves.
My Father's name was Robert Allan Reeves, born in Greencastle Indiana to Clifford Paul Reeves and to Ethel Skelton.
My grandfather was a cabin boy on the last great Tea Clipper, the Cutty Sark. They lived around Greenwich/Deptford . One of my Grandfather's (Joseph) brothers emigrated to Canada, and we have knowledge of a large contingent in the Galt, Ontario region.I would like to hear from anyone, particularly in Australia or NZ who have some connection with the South of England.
My oldest documented ancestor is Thompson Reeves b. 1799 who married Cinderella Robinson.b. 1800.I have substantial information from them down to myself I can share with anyone. Thompson had brothers named Loftin and Frederick. Frederick's Bible is said to have stated that his parents were John and Sarah (perhaps Thompson). The brothers were in Pendleton Dist. S.C. at the time Thompson was born. He was called by name first in Jackson Co. Ga. in 1820. After 1840 he made his home in Randolph and Clay Co. Al.
'My' Reeve family originated around Roydon, Diss in the 1500s, moving slowly west into Garboldisham by the 1750s, where they stayed until the late 19th century, before joining the rush away from the land.
My grandfather was Daniel Reeves Born in Darlington England Sept. 09, 1889. His father's name was George Reeves. Dan married Annie Watson on Nov. 23, 1909. In 1912 the couple booked passage on the Titantic bound for Canada. The ill-fated ship never reached England and so traveled to Canada aboard another ship.
looking for any information on Robert Ryves born 1490 Blandford Forum, Dorset England..Married Joan.. lived at Damory Castle/Court .
Edward Reeves b. 1845 - Canada - d. 6/1/1928 - Royal Oak, Mi. m. Susan Agnes Bristol b. 1851 - Genesee County, Mi - d. 2/1/1932 des. Rose, Charles, Elizabeth,Edward, Claude and Daisy.
Paul and Barb Bogumil
John Reeve born in 1819 in Leighton Buzzard England. He married an Ann and they had five children William 1850, Sarah 1841, Elizabeth 1843, John 1845 and Matilda 1851.
researching Leonard Thomas George Reeves born to George Leonard Reeves and Lou (nee Gifford). George Leonard was in army Royal West Kent regiment / Mesopotamia first world war They lived at 52 Froissart road Eltham, reference made to Plumstead, Finchley, Hampshire.
I am interested in Thomas Jefferson Reeves ( b. ca. 1826 and died prior to 1880) of Talbot County, Ga. and Taylor County, Ga. He was married to Mary Harrell or Mary Buckner. Their children were : Elizabeth, Wylie, (there may have been a son by the name of John), Martha (who married a Byers) and Edward (my grandfather). My grandfather's full name was Edward Lafayette Thomas Reeves (1863 - 1923) and he married Lou Lawrence and they had four children: Clemmie, Jeff, Marvin and Clyde. After the death of Lou, Edward married Linnie Vann (1877 - 1962) (my grandmother) on July 17, 1898 and they migrated to Texas. There were ten children from this union: Robert Leonard, Mary Lou, Iva Lee, Benjamin Rubin, Ima Mae, Beulah Drannie, Andrew Comer, Katy Bell, Georgia Grace and Mamie Maurine.
My ggrandfather Absalom Reeve lived in Royden nr Diss in Norfolk and was the village blacksmith and publican 1869-1883 of 'the White Hart' .He together with his two wives are buried in the churchyard at Royden .
I am interested in the Reeve family who were based in the Guiltcross registration district - ie South Norfolk - Roydon, Winfarthing and Kenninghall. Thomas Reeve married Rebecca Alderton in Winfarthing around 1820. They had 3 children whom I am aware of - Mary Ann, Ellen and John - born between 1824 and 1830. Mary Ann was unmarried but had four children - Emma, Walter, Edward and Arthur born between 1849 and 1860. Emma, also unmarried, had six children - Victoria (b 1887), Walter (b 1870), Alice (b 1880), Louisa (b 1882), George (b1874) and Eliza (b1875). Emma married William Rush in Kenninghall in 1891.
Mary Reeves bp 1792 Wacton. We know now that Mary was born approx 1762 in Kenninghall. Marys bp was an adult bp. Mary married William Weston 1786 Kenninghall later moving to Wacton.
Could you add my REEVES GENEALOGY PAGES to your list. It contains the Origins of the REEVE name and variants. Useful Addresses and a rogues gallery of Reeves photographs and from time to time documents. My own research starts around 1740 with Peter Reeve of Troston, Suffolk, through to Robert George Reeve's of Grimsby Lincs. I would particularly like to know the whereabouts of Robert Reeve/s Royal Marine/ag lab and his wife ELIZA in 1851 Also his parents who should have been in Troston village Robert and Sarah,Shepherds
Apparently my family traces it's name back to 18th C Norfolk. Most of my relatives hover around Guildford.
Ellen Elizabeth Reeves is the daughter of John REEVES and Susan DANIELS (nee Green) b. 14 April 1856 in Bethnal Green, Middlesex, London, England. She died 5 June 1895, Islington, London, England (age ~ 39) of an infected tooth when my grandfather was barely 7 mos. old; leaving my great grandfather a widower with 7 children (one twin had died at the age of 10 months). William James Dewhurst (iron worker) m. Ellen Elizabeth Reeves (spinster) 25 December 1874, Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, Middlesex, London. His address was 35 Robert (?) Pl. (illegible); father's name is William Henry Dewhurst (police constable to the Metropolitan Police Force - this info is collaborated on Wm. Jms. birth records). Her address was 5 Brittannia Gardens; father's name John Reeves (baker), she is listed as a minor. The witnesses names are illegible, unfortunately. Research indicates Susan Daniels, b. betw. 1823-26, Hackney/Shoreditch, Middlesex, London England was first married to Samuel Green with whom she had her first son, Charles William Green on 26 October 1845, Bethnal Green, Middlesex, London, England Chr: St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, London, England. Samuel must have died abt. 1848 (unless they divorced) as Susannah Reeves was born in 1849 and John Reeves and Susannah Green nee Daniels married in 1850. In the 1861 Census, Charles is listed with the surname Daniels, so he was apparently adopted by John Reeves.
I have a family tree that, if accurate, traces my ancestory back to Thomas Reeves who inherited a manor in Charles County, Maryland from his father, Upgate Reeves. Thomas is thought to have arrived at Annapolis, Md. in 1725. I am interested in hearing about the ancestory of Upgate Reeves.
My husband is descended from Edward Reeves, said to have been born at Portarlington, Ireland, on November 11, 1822, son of Edward Reeves, said to have been born in England, and an unknown mother, said to have been born in Scotland.
Edward Reeves emigrated through Philadelphia to Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, sometime prior to 1850. He married first Maria Dempsy, of Portarlington, but we are unsure whether he was married in Ireland or in America. She died shortly after the birth of their only child, Richard Robert Reeves, my husband's great-grandfather. Edward then married Grace Dempsy, Maria's younger sister. They had four more children, Maria, Lillian, Sarah and Edward L.
We have been unable to trace Edward in Ireland--obviously the name is not Irish. We were in Portarlington in 1984--no trace there, but of course lots of Dempsy/Dempseys.
ANY direction anyone can give me concerning this mysterious family would be
most appreciated! Thank you so much!
Kate please let me know your new address and email. Ronnie Matthews has lots of info for you
Ronnie Mathews, Portarlington, Ireland.
I have old letters connected with Edward Reeves, ( 2 wives Dempsey sisters ) but am unable to make any contact with the Kate Reeves who was looking for the information on Edward and his family. Do you know of an ex Cromwellian soldier by the name of Reeves ? or any of these others ?
I know all about the Reeves/Dempsey connection for I am a direct descendent of Terence O'Dempsey, the 1st Viscount. Robert Reeves married Elinor O'Dempsey, sister of LEWIS, the second Viscount. E mail me if you want more info.
I am trying to trace my father's lineage Balderton Lincolnshire. I only know that he was born 14-12-1900 in Nottingham or Newark on Trent England.
I live in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada. My great great grandfather was Thomas Alfred Reeves and he was born in Kent County, England in 1840. I have traced our family tree from Thomas to our current family but would like to go further back.
My maternal grandmother was Kate Reeves, born I April 1875, in Kings Sutton, Northamptonshire, a beautiful village just a three mile walk along the canal from Banbury ( Oxfordshire ).I have traced this Reeves line from Kings Sutton via Brill in Buckinghamshire, to Henry Reeve born in Launton, Oxfordshire, circa 1688.
researching Reeves relatives, as Reeves is my maiden name. My branch of the family goes back to William Reeves, Sr. who was a plantation owner in Orange County, North Carolina, USA--probably born in the USA in the early 1700s, exact date is unknown. His son, William Reves, Jr.was born in 1740 and lived in Wake Country, North Carolina and died in 1821 in Madison County, Kentucky. I am trying to connect the father--William Reeves, Sr.--to a George, Robert, John or Timothy Reeves of Virginia and then back to Timothy Rives of Oxford, England. If anyone has information on this line, Iwould be interested in sharing more details. It might be that William Reeves does not connect to this line at all, but I think he might. Thanks!
Jessie Reevesb 1918 in Parker or Clark County He married Irene Donahue on March 9,1941 in Boston MA. His parents were Edward Heron Reeves and Mattie Lovella Hogland.
Jenny Decker (nee Jane Kimberlin Reeves)
My father was Dr. James Edmund Reeves. born 1 Dec 1907 in Marietta,Georgia; was graduated from Emory Medical School, Atlanta, in June 1930.His father was "Dr. James Monroe Reeves,born c.1871 and died in 1937, native to Georgia " an osteopathic physician established in Marietta who made his daily house rounds in a horse and buggy. His father's father was "Benjamin Franklin Reeves," a name that appears multiple times in various lines.
will lead you to other, more detailed information on Reeves kinships.
I am a descendant (ggrandson) of Theodore Bell Reeves and Mary Malinda Freeman, who were married in October, 1890. I believe my Reeves lineage traces back from Theodore to John Clark Reeves, (b. august 23, 1812) to John C.Reeves of Maryland, whose father was one John, ( b. 1735) whose father was Thomas (b 1706) whose father was Upgate (b 1689, and whom we have an idication of "signing papers to King of England"). Upgate's father was Thomas, born 1645.If you have information that can support or add to this information, I would like to hear from you and share what I have as well.
Please add me to your list. I've not progressed very far.
Norman Clarence Reeves 1929-1980
Junius Allen Reeves 1894-1975
Jocephus S. Reeves 1864-1916
All these are Sampson Co., North Carolina
My great great grandmother was a Kenninghall Reeve - she married my gg grandfather, Thomas Womack (from one of the Lophams). Big mistake - family oral history has it he was a thoroughly bad lot - womaniser and drunk. I think she was Hannah Maria Reeve.
Edmond M. Reeves
Looking for Reeves family originating in Tipperary, Ireland.The earliest family member I have is William Frances(?) Reeves a shoemaker, born in Tipperary Ireland in 1815 and died in London, Ontario, Canada in 1886. He was married to Eve Margaret Connell 1816-1883. Their (only?) son, William John Reeves, also a shoemaker, was born in Dundas, Ontario in 1845 and died in 1929. He served with the Union Army as a mercenary in the Civil War. He was married to Ann Taylor (1853-1941) of London, Ontario and Detroit, MI, USA. Other family members in line are: Edmond Frances Reeves (1884-1953), Edmond C.S. Reeves 1906-1991) both of London Ontario.
gave the following information::
JOHN REEVE / HEAD / MARR / 57/ AGLAB
SARAH REEVE / WIFE / MARR // 58 / AG SERV / NFK
MARY REEVE /DAUGHTER /UNM // 29 /AG SERV/ NFK/
JOHN REEVE / SON / UNM /18 // AG SERV / WEASENHAM ALL SAINTS / NFK
BARNABAS REEVE /SON /UNM /11 //SCHOLAR /WEASENHAM
JOHN REEVE /GRANDSON OR GRANDNEPHEW /UNM /8// SCHOLAR/ WEASENHAM ALL SAINTS/NFK
THOMAS /SIMMONS /LODGER/ UNM/ 61// AG LAB/ WEASENHAM ALL SAINTS/NFK
I am in search of my great grandfather by the name of John Anderson Reeves, born Oct 12, 1869 in Alabama. Married Mollie Murphree Nov 18, 1896. Died Nov 10, 1957 in Chapeltown Batesville MS. Father Frank Reeves. I know no other information on either of these. It was said by John's son that they were very quiet about their family. If anyone has any information I would appreciate it being forwarded.
I am looking for a Miss Reeves who married John Howell. They had a son named Reeves Howell who was born in 1738 in Brookhaven, Suffolk, New York.I would like to find out the name of this Miss Reeves.
My family live in Watton, Norfolk and have the Reeve family name.
My gt.gt. grfather
was Sidney Preston Reeves,b.1817,d.1882. He was married to Perlina Hall. They were from Kentucky.
Interested in learning about any information about Mary Walker who died April 17, 1798 .. residence New Orchard Farm. She was married to Charles Mottram of Aston York England. Charles and Mary were married Dec. 24, 1755 in East Retford Notts, England. He died in 1785. He was a farmer & churchman.
I am researching my husbands family. His gggrandparents were William Hamm Reeve(s) and Susan Whitehead. One known daughter, Luella Martha Reeve, married Thomas William Bricken. Eventually, Luella and Thomas ended up in Michigan. I have no dates or places of birth to offer. Can anyone help?
My paternal g.mother was KATHLEEN REEVES b.26.01.1905 in Cannock,Staffordshire,U.K.Her father was Samuel b.circa 1865/6 in Cannock, her g.father was William b.circa 1800 in Sugwall, Staffordshire
Robert L. Reeves
I have a ancestor, Samuel Reeves b. 1824 d. 1842, who came to the U.S. in 1856. He is said to have come from Manchester England.
I am trying to find information on a Frederick Albert Reeves married to May Reeves from the UK. They emigrated to the US in the 1940s. They left behind several children Robert, Ruth and another girl. I cannot trace these people or their relations any where. Can you help. Write to J. Reeves, 16 Bourne Ave., Ashbourne, Co. Meath, Ireland
John Paul Reeve
I have been looking for relative of the Reeves for over two years now and hope to make a conection soon. I have photos from and old suit case with names on them of Frank, Albert, Grace, Hazel, Clara, Ed, Jack, John, Jeanie Reeve. Also last names of Everitt or Everett, Wilde, Taylor, Baldwin, Nuss, Wirght, Jones, Walradt , Woodward and others. I know that they came from Mich, but some of the pitures are from Ky, Tex, Mi, Wi, Ne, Ca, Ky, Ge, and other states some dated from 1886 thru 1958.
You may want to check out the historical web site on John Paul Reeve at http://members.xoom.com/rosebudcoach/ which is historical and this train coach was owned by Reeve's and is going to be turned in to a museum this next year in North Dakota.
Seeking parents of Edward Reeves b c1645 England, d bef 4 Mar 1689/90 Maryland.
Wives: 1) Ann 2) Henrietta 3) Mary. Children: Roger, Edward, Ann, Elizabeth w/o John Serjeant, Francis, Humphrey. Am descended from Roger & first wife, Ann. Their son, William Reeves d 1764, Baltimore Co, MD, William's daughter, Elizabeth b 5 Jul 1721, MD d 22 June 1815, Baltimore Co; married George Ensor.
Brian J. Reeves http://www.uftree.com/UFT/WebPages/Reeves/REEVES/index.htm
I am working on a website on a Reeves line from Somerset, England.
I am a descendant of THOMAS REEVE, born Oct-3-1678, married, Bethiah Horton, June 19-1707, died, November-9-1738.
I would like to give my information of Reeves who lived in Cheddar Somerset England.
Peggy Seaman married Maurice Reeves sometime this century. Peggy's family was from S.W. Norfolk don't know anyhting else. I wouldn't mind finding Adrienne Reeve who I went to School with.
I have a Jane REEVE b.1837 Pulham who married Henry SILLETT, the son of the Henry b. 1806 Dover.
I am trying to find the parents and siblings of Charles Reeve b. Harleston, Norfolk around 1810/1811 who enlisted in the 96th regiment in 1827 and served at Chatham, Kent where he had many children.
My ancestry line is: My GGrandmother was Vada Lou Reeves m. Ernest Derrick. Vada Lou's parents were James Tillman (or Tilleroe, cannot find exact name) Reeves and Mary Annie Watts. James Reeves parents were Andrew Jackson Reeves and Elizabeth Ragsdale. Andrew Jackson Reeves parents were Thompson Reeves and Cinderella Reeves.I have now found Frederick Reeve mar to Rosa RICHES. All I know is the above marriage and three children.
Looking for information on my great-grandmother Alice Maria Reeve born c. 1860-70, who married Edward Carr c. 1890. Information on where the wedding took place and Alice's family gratefully received. Have information on Reeve waifs & strays who made it as far as Stranton, Hartlepool in North East England by 1881 Census: Ref 4910-19-340-1342181 REEVE Charles Hd 28 Shipyard Driller b Horningtoft, Nfk REEVE Ann Wf 24 b Monkwearmouth REEVE John Son 3 b Hartlepool REEVE Eliza J b Hartlepool also REEVE Frances Servant 20 b West Lexham, Nfk enumerated in the household of John Chadwick in Hartlepool Ref 4909-182-75-1342181
Terry Lee Reeves
son of Grover Everette Reeves, mother is Avia Atlas Reeves of the USA.
I decided to set up a new free mailing list focused just on REEVES-UK research. I will be emailing all the other UK researchers I know of with invitations as well. I hope that this will prove to be a much better experience for us all! Here are the subscription instructions: To subscribe to the list in mail mode send a message to REEVES-UK-Lfirstname.lastname@example.org that contains the word subscribe and nothing else. If you prefer digest mode, send the command instead to REEVES-UK-Demail@example.com. To unsubscribe, send the command "unsubscribe" to REEVES-UK-Lfirstname.lastname@example.org (if in mail mode) or REEVES-UK-Demail@example.com (if in digest mode.) To switch from one mode to the other, unsubscribe from one list version and then subscribe to the other. There is no "no mail" mode -- if you want messages to stop, simply unsubscribe. Hope you will join... and please pass along the word freely!
I was very interested in Norfolk Reeves, my grandfather was Charles Warne Reeve b.1878. one sister, Ethel Harriet Reeve b. 1880. Children of Gilbert Reeve, mother unknown or any other information.
Ron Reeve 16 Herapeka Street, TAUPO, NEW ZEALAND
Researching the Reeve line living since early 1700's at least in the Stepney,Shoreditch,Fleet Street, Hammersmith and West Kensington area's of London. In the mid 1800's they were in Fleet St/Holborn area and moved over to west London by 1870's. All first sons of my branch seemed to have been named Joseph or Joseph Boulton Reeve, certainly in the 1800's the tradeof bookbinding was a father and son profession.Other sons were Williams,Henrys and James, lots of Marys,Charlottes and Mary Anne's among the daughters and mothers.There was a side branch of Joseph Boultons established on the Southwark side of the Thames in the mid 1850's. Hoping for lots on contact with those London Reeve(s)
My husband is Donald Reeves b. 1947, his father Herbert Johnson (Jack) Reeves b. May 15, 1920, Hickman County, Tennessee d. April 21, 1991. His father, William Abe Reeves b. Sept. 15, 1886, d. Sept. 20, 1954. I cannot find where Abe was born, who is parents were, NOTHING. Somewhere there has to be someone that knows about these people. If you can just point me in the right direction I would be eternally grateful. Thanks
Looking for decendants of my grandparents to share genealogy information. Believe they were from the New Jersey state. Some moved to Florida. Edgar Blais Reeves b.Nov. 1885 d. 1954 Etta M. Perry Reeves b. Jan. 1887 d. 1966 Names of thier children were: John Edgar, Paul, Ray, Jean, Lillian, Gladys, Blanche.
Bob and Jenny Long
I am a descendant of Thomas Reeves, a tailor in Stepney in the early 1800s. His son Daniel Reeves married Jane Sarah Bland King on 17th August, 1840 at St Dunstan's Parish Church Stepney. Daniel lived at 10 William Street Stepney. My g g grandmother was Grace Reeves . She married Henry Dodd on 22nd January 1871. She also had a brother, Thomas Daniel Reeves.
C. Brent Reeves
I am looking for any info about James D. Reeves of Opelousas Louisiana. He may have been born 1792 in the Carolinas or Virginia. The family may have lived in the Gallatin Tennessee area prior to 1805. He married Lucy Hayes of Opelousas La. James' father may be Edmund Reeves; mother, Sarah? Siblings included William, John, and possibly Joseph and Edmund. James D. Reeves died prior to 1828, gravesite unknown. Thanks for any help..... Shell Chemical Co. 5900 Hwy 225 Deer Park, Texas 77536 Ph.: 713-246-7116 Dig. Pgr.: 713-883-6475 Fax: 713-246-4638
James Reeves b. in N. C. m. Rachael and died in Wayne County, TN about 1829. I believe he is the son of Isaac Reeves. I am especially interested in prooving this and also the maiden name of his wife Rachael. Will share information with anyone interested. I descend from his son Nathaniel who married Priscilla Caroline Baker.
Cannot not find any information re parentage of Orpha, born 1819, Ohio? Married Lewis Conner, 1840, Grant Co., Indiana. Died Dec. 14, 1852, Grant Co. Daughter Anna Vanier Conner my greatgrandmother.
I am a descendent of Thomas Reeve, m 16/3/1790 Susanna Bolingbroke, St Peter Mancroft, Norwich, son Isaac, born 1793. Isaac was a teacher and author. His son Thomas Parker migrated to Australia in 1853, and I am his great-great-grandson. I am interested in the Reeve line before Thomas, and any other details of the above Reeves.
Georges Leonardos (May 2008)
Thomas Francis Reeves was born in Carlisle, UK and was appointed in September 9th 1844 by William, Earl of Lonsdale, Post Master General of Queen Victoria, as Her agent in the City of Rio de Janeiro. He graduated as "aprentice in the art of banker" in February 7th 1839. He came to Brazil em 1850 got maried to Henriquetta Cravalhal. They had two dahgters being one of them my grat grand mother. His father was also named Thomas Reeves. This is everything I know about him. Could you give me some advice about how can I get more information about Thomas Francis Reeves and his ancestors? Warm Reagards Georges Leonardos SHIS, QL 10, CJ 11, casa 10 71630-115 - BrasŪlia, DF Brazil
The above, Asel/Acy/Asahael Reaves/Reeves b: approx 1798 d: 1881 in SC m: Clarinda (unk). Hiram Reaves/Reeves b: approx 1825 d: 1887 in SC. m: (1) Emaline/Emily Youngblood b: ?/ d: approx 1866 in childbirth. (2) Lydia Powell d: after 1905. daughter of Harrison Powell.
Bettye Sparks Busby
My great-grandfather was Charles Washington Reeves born Jul. 25, 1844 in Madison Co. Tn. Married Marh Elizabeth Nelson in Madison Co. Tn. on Dec. 7, 1869. They were the parents of 9 children and later moved to Gibson Co. Tn. Charles was wounded near Memphis, Tn. while fighting in the civil war. My grandmother Emma Reeves was one of the 9 children. Along with sisters Hilton, Neely, Addie and brother Holmes.
Would appreciate any info.
I am seeking information on
William Richard REEVE born 1867 Cley -Next- The -Sea
Josiah Copeman REEVE born 1865 Cley
George Reeve born abt 1869? mother Sarah Copeman
father William Joseph Reeve
These three lads migrated to Australia in early 1890's
George married and Elvina (Nellie) HOLMES in Port Adelaide, South Australia in 1893 and the other two boys were witnesses at the wedding.
I have been trying to trace my gggrandfather Tobias Reeves b 1833 London Father Tobias Mother could be Elizabeth
I am researching my husband's family tree. His father was Walter Reeves, born 1912 died 1972 in Gilbert, Louisiana. Walter's father was Joseph DeCaleb "Dee" Reeves for whom I have very little information on. I know Dee died about 1914 or 1915 in Louisiana. He was married to Drucilla Lona Stephens Trahern and they had one daughter, Maggie, who was born about 1908 and one son, Walter. Lona died about 1919, both children were put into orphanages in Bastrop, LA.. That's all the information I have on Joseph Reeves. Any help tracing his lineage would be greatly appreciated!! Melissa Reeves 100 Belvedere Drive, Vicksburg, MS 39180
My grandfather was born on 16/6/1898 in Great Yarmouth and his father (who was also a Frederick) was born in 1875 in Wymondham. Anything you find would be greatly appreciated.
I have information from my GGG Grandfather Edward REEVES c1810 who married Elizabeth SOUTHBY in Shoreham Kent in 1831. http://homepage.ntlworld.com/ian.reeves/reeves.html Regards Ian http://homepage.ntlworld.com/ian.reeves
I am interested in Susannah Reeves, whom I found on Jana Black's Reeves family page. She was born in Bethnal Green, London on 2 Sept 1849. My gt gt uncle was Henry William Garey, born 1837, who married a Susannah Reeves in St Botolph Bishopsgate (not far away). I am trying to find out if this is the same Susannah. Any clues? Laurence Garey Professor of Anatomy Faculty of Medicine UAE University PO Box 17666 Al Ain, United Arab Emirates Tel: +9713 703 9497 Fax: +9713 767 2033 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.fmhs.uaeu.ac.ae/anatomy/garey/garey.htm
Mary Ann Bell
I've printed off your web page the Limpenhoe lot and am now sorting it out "staithe House" where Isaac Reeve is living on the 1841 census is a public House ... Look on "NORFOLK PUBS" past & present web page even has a picture
I'm trying to find information on my mother Teresa ann Reeves, she was born in 1919 ( dont know where ) died 1963 in Portsmouth. Daughter of Cornilius George.
My husband is a descendant of Thomas Reeves, he was born in Fleming Kentucky in 1794. HELP!
I am looking for information on William A Reeves, born in 1828, married Mary last name unknown but she was born in 1839. They had 5 children: Newton, born in 1851 (my great-great grandfather); James W, Elbert, Mary, and Emily. This information is from the 1860 census of Green Co. Kenturcky.
GGGF: Asel Reeves (I believe) of Pendleton Dist, SC. b: approx 1798. GGGM: Clarinda (unk) b: in SC GGF: Hiram Reeves b: approx 1825, Pendleton Dist, SC GGM: Emeline Youngblood d: (in childbirth?) in 1866 wife #2: Lydia Powell (daughter of Harrison Powell, Pendleton Dist) Please let me know if these names are remotely familiar to you. I am against a brick wall with Asel (Acy/Ansel/Acel/Asell, etc.) This group did live in Eastatoe (Pendleton Dist, SC) and the family was on census (children, etc) from earliest census through 1925's.
I am searching for any relatives for Henry Reeves born around 1830/1831 at Garboldisham, Norfolk. I have found a listing for him in the 1881 census living in Deptford, Kent with his wife Anne and children, Fred, Charles, daughter MH and daughter in law Alice. My grandfather was Harry Reeves born 1859 in Deptford and on his birth certicate it states his father as Henry Reeves and Anne Miles. Do you have links with these people? Also are you in contact with Ben Reeves who is also searching Reeve(S)in Norfolk. I have tried his email address email@example.com but apparently it is no longer valid. If you have his new email address I would be grateful if you could forward it to me.
I am researching the family ancestors and decendants of William Allen Reeves b abt 1880 in Hunt County Texas, township of Lone Oak. He married Emma Gibson of Fannin Co, town of Whitewright in 1905. William died in Ada, Oklahoma in 1963. His children were James Allen and Jo Anne. Potentially, William A Reeves listed in the 1900 Hunt County Census is who I am loking for. It indicates a HOH William A with wife Sarah. There are 6 children, William A b 1882.
I have been researching a Reeve family who came originally from Wellingham, a very tiny village not far north of Litcham . Some of the information gathered about these Reeves, together with sundry other family lines can be found at http://www.users.bigpond.com/iansale/ Thank you
Kent & Denise Simonsen
Grace Dempsy I am unsure but I have a photo of Grace, Jeanie and a Ed Reeve and am trying to find relatives. Thye may have came from Mi. photo taken Lansing. I have lots of other photos and names left behind. Thanks Kent
descended from John Reeves and Mary Mainard (some documents spell it Maynard). They married 17 Apr 1819 Wesleyan Church: Sandhurst KEN ENG. I am looking to connect with various other living descendants.
Pamela WELLS nee ROBERSON
My REEVES family hails from the Clermont County area of OH.
Susannah C. REEVES (REAVES) ~ b. 20 Sept. 1860 was married to C.C. DAVISON ~ b. 1 Sept. 1851. They married: 11 June 1878 in Clermont, OH.
Blowing Rock, NC 28605
Reeves of Limpenhoe, Norfolk
Reeves from Somerset, England
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