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John Reeves

M, #I1522, b. ca. 1841, d. aft. 1850

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Cynthia Reeves

F, #I1524, b. ca. 1847, d. aft. 1850

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Frances Lucinda Reeves

F, #I2191

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Theodoric Reeves

M, #I2192

Family

Marriage 1 : Martha Alger

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Jesse Winchester Reeves

M, #I2193

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George Reeves

M, #I2194

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James W. Reeves

M, #I2215, b. 1852

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Minerva ?

F, #I2738, b. 1827

Family

Marriage 1 : John Reeves , b. ca. 1824, d. ca. 1879

  1.    Cynthia D. Reeves, b. ca. 1856
  2.    Peter Reeves, b. 1848, d. 10 August 1880
  3.    Nancy A. Reeves, b. ca. 1851
  4. Parish Gibson Reeves, b. 04 November 1852, d. 28 January 1923
  5. Alabama Reeves, b. ca. 1863
  6.    Duleena Reeves, b. ca. 1865
  7.    Roda Reeves, b. ca. 1867
  8.    Hiram W. Reeves, b. December 1869
  9. Edman Bruin Reeves, b. November 1855, d. 01 November 1905

Sources

  1. Mcdaniel.GED,
  2. 1783926.FTW (GEDCOM),
  3. Complete Family GEDCOM,
  4. GEDCOM 963372 - Reeves,

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Martha E. Street

F, #I4096, b. 1845

Family

Marriage 1 : Walter Hilliard Manning m. 17 November 1868, b. 06 November 1847

  1.    George T. Manning, b. 1870
  2.    John W. Manning, b. 1873
  3.    William T. Manning, b. 1880
  4.    Monroe Manning

Sources

  1. GEDCOM file - lissare.ged,
  2. GEDCOM File : Manning.ged,

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David C. Reeves

M, #I4275, b. 1840

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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James Jackson Reeves

M, #I4280, b. 1846

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Thomas Lofton Reeves

M, #I4284, b. 21 February 1849

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Simon Reeves

M, #I4990, b. 12 August 1818

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Mary E. Reeves

F, #I5227, b. ca. 1840, d. ca. 1850

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Mary Permelia Reeves

F, #I5402, b. 31 January 1859

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Arthur Newton Reeves

M, #I5403, b. 11 February 1861, d. 26 April 1942

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Ephraim Morgan Reeves

M, #I5405, b. 02 March 1867

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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John M. Reeves

M, #I5406, b. 16 October 1869, d. 28 January 1929

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Laretta E. Reeves

F, #I5407, b. 04 September 1872

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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J. H. Reeves

M, #I5408, b. 13 July 1875

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Louisa Ann Rooker

F, #I5484, b. 13 May 1834, d. 24 July 1909

Family

Marriage 1 : ? Lambert

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Francis Marion Rooker

M, #I5487, b. 19 April 1839, d. 12 March 1903

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Lewis Joseph Rooker

M, #I5488, b. 06 July 1841, d. 14 July 1862

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Polly Ann Melinda Rooker

F, #I5491, b. 08 February 1861, d. 22 December 1922

Family

Marriage 1 : ? Glen

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Nancy Reeves

F, #I5735, b. 1836

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Sarah Reeves

F, #I5862, b. 30 October 1812

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Dorcus Reeves

?, #I5863, b. 04 March 1815

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Mary Ridley Rives

F, #I6132, b. 10 May 1797, d. 01 July 1831

Family

Marriage 1 : ? Meyer

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Bettie P. Irwin

F, #I6612, b. ca. 01 April 1870

Notes:

1910 Census - Bettie is living with her father, single, no occupation.

(Moulton Advertiser 30 Jun 1915)
Accompanied by her little nieces, Hilda and Mary Francis, Miss Bettie Irwin left Thursday morning for Red Boiling Springs, to pay loved ones a visit who are recuperating at that place. Good news continues to come in from Dr. Tom and we are all rejoiced to hear of his continued improvement.
(Note: Red Boiling Springs - famed Macon Co. TN health resort, still noted for the supposed medicinal properties of its mineral springs..)

From: http://www.lawrencecounty.ala.nu/SearchSiteF.htm

The Moulton (Alabama) Advertiser - February 3, 1887.

An article appeared in this paper on the above date that claimed that Miss Bettie Irwin "gave up her studies at the Judson Institute for health reasons and returned to Moulton.

From: http://www.lawrencecounty.ala.nu/OccupationsS.htm

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William Irwin

M, #I6619, b. ca. 1876, d. ca. 1894

Notes:

(20 Dec 1894 Moulton Advertiser) Waxahachie, Texas, Dec. 9, 1894. Major D.C. White. Dear Major: The Advertiser continues to arrive as a welcome guest every Sabbath morning. While I delight to get it yet it and letters from home constantly announce the death of friends and loved ones. I am getting so now when I receive such sad news, I ask who next shall pass over the river and rest under the trees. Among the dead I may mention Will Irwin, just starting out in life; Mrs. George Almon, ripe in years and having raised a family of noble boys, was ready to join her husband beyond the grave. And then precious little Irwin Lowe, the dearly loved child, grand child and great grand child, was called from this earth of woe to beatifie [sic] fields of bliss and immortality. Dr. and Mrs. Shackelford have been caused to pass under the rod and bury from their sight a daughter who had passed into beautiful womanhood. Now the sad news comes that our beloved Brother Gunn and his afflicted wife have been called upon to deposit all that was mortal of their daughter, Miss Pattie, in the dust. I know that prayers have gone up from thousands of hearts in the Muscle Shoals Association, calling down blessings upon Brethren Gunn and Shackelford, who have been pillars of strength to that association almost ever since I could remember. May God bless those two noble brethren and their devoted wives. They have been the "Moses and Aaron" in leading their people, and while they have carried consolation to thousands of hearts, they too must taste of the bitters of life. Noble men! May God bless you, my dear brethren. On last Thanksgiving day I went down to Italy to see my old Alabama friends who live there. I met Baker Windham, James Bracken, Will Shelton and Mrs. Cleora Elkins Gates. Time has changed them somewhat. Some of our old friends were sleeping in the village cemetery, and I paid their graves a visit. Upon one tombstone I read C. W. Elkins, born Nov. 25th, 1842, died Dec. 6th, 1889. On another was the inscription: Isaballa Palmer (Bell Blassengame) died Dec. 14th, 1878. Upon another I read: Dr. A.J. Jennings, died Sept. 7th, 1893. Dr. Jennings' Blassengame wife lies buried by his side. Crocket Jennings is the deputy Sheriff of Ellis county. I have not met him yet, but on account of my McDonald friends I will be sure to do so soon. James Milam and family together with Dr. Vest and family arrived in Italy at 10 o'clock Thursday evening, after having been on the railroad about forty five hours. Had they come by the Memphis & Cotton Belt road to Greenville, and then taken the "Katy," they could have made the trip about fifteen hours sooner. Dr. Vest says he regrets not having taken that route. I am glad you have Prof. Spinks back with you. Stand to him and he will be a blessing, because there is the ring of the right mettle about him. I am sory [sic] to hear of the continued sickness of Guy Masterson, and to hear that Miss Lucy White is again sick. I hope they will both be well soon. The weather continues pleasant and cotton continues to come in. Our town has bought between 42,000 and 43,000 bales of cotton to date. We will be glad to see Dr. Crow, as we learn he will be out in about two weeks. I wish all my friends a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Your friend, C. G. Lynch - From: http://www.lawrencecounty.ala.nu/SearchSiteF.htm

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Edward B. Irwin

M, #I6620, b. ca. 01 July 1883

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Nannie Irwin

F, #I6621, b. ca. 01 January 1884

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J. C. Irwin

M, #I6624, b. ca. 1906

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John H. Irwin

M, #I6626, b. ca. 1905

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Margaret S. McGregor

F, #I6635, b. ca. 1901

Notes:

1910 Census Morgan County, AL; Hartselle Precinct 10; District 159; p. 23B

1920 Census Morgan County, AL; Hartselle Precinct 10; District 165; p. 70A

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Howard I. McGregor

M, #I6636, b. ca. 1903

Notes:

1910 Census Morgan County, AL; Hartselle Precinct 10; District 159; p. 23B

1920 Census Morgan County, AL; Hartselle Precinct 10; District 165; p. 70A

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Amanda ?

F, #I6889, b. ca. 1838

Family

Marriage 1 : John Patrick Rooker , b. 11 June 1837, d. 22 March 1909

  1.    James T. Rooker, b. 03 April 1876, d. 24 March 1941
  2.    Elizabeth Francis Rooker, b. 27 February 1861, d. 24 August 1933
  3.    William Simpson Rooker, b. 11 November 1866
  4.    Thomas M. Rooker, b. 16 January 1872
  5.    E. Savanna Rooker, b. 26 September 1879
  6. Judy Ann Matilda Rooker, b. 02 March 1859, d. 25 January 1935
  7. Robert Simial Rooker, b. 31 July 1869, d. 17 September 1955

Sources

  1. 1880 Census - Benton County, MS,

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Mahala ?

F, #I8972, b. 1819

Family

Marriage 1 : Walton J. Reeves , b. 1818

  1.    William B. Reeves, b. 1839
  2.    Alexander Reeves, b. 1841
  3.    George P. Reeves, b. 1843
  4.    Mary Reeves, b. 1845
  5.    James Reeves, b. 1847

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William B. Reeves

M, #I8973, b. 1839

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Alexander Reeves

M, #I8974, b. 1841

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George P. Reeves

M, #I8975, b. 1843

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Mary Reeves

F, #I8976, b. 1845

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Lela Pugh

F, #I9357

Family

Marriage 1 : James R. Gray

  1. Mattie Ella Gray, b. ca. 1887, d. ca. 1954

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Martha Elizabeth Reeves

F, #I9529, b. 26 August 1837

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Mary (May) Ellen Reeves

F, #I9531, b. 03 June 1840

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Sarah Frances Reeves

F, #I9532, b. September 1842

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Nancy Ann Reeves

F, #I9533, b. 03 March 1844, d. 1909

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Joseph Patrick Reeves

M, #I9534, b. 20 October 1845

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Virginia Aray Ann (Amanda) Reeves

F, #I9535, b. March 1847

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Emily Leora "Dumpy" Reeves

F, #I9536, b. 22 April 1849

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