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Reeves, Henry Jr. (c1660 ? - 1729 VA)
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Reeves, Henry, Jr.


Summary

Father: Henry Reeves, Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth Bagnall

Birth: c1660
Birth Source: Will of Henry Reeves, Sr.

Death: 1729, Essex County, Virginia
Death Source: WB 4, Page 342, Probated 17 Mar 1729

Spouse1: Sarah MNU



Narrative

Children of Henry Reeves, Jr. and Sarah:
  1. Henry Reeves
  2. Joseph Reeves
  3. John Reeves
  4. Samuel Reeves
  5. Thomas Reeves
  6. George Reeves
  7. Patience Reeves, m. Richard Gatewood
  8. Elizabeth Reeves, m. John Allen
  9. Ann Reeves, m. Francis Atwood
From Isle of Wight County records:
Henry (X) Reeves of Rapahanock sells to Thomas Godwin, of Chuckatuck 400 acres of land part of a pat. of 600 acres formerly granted Godfrey Hunt and by him conveyed to deceased father, Henry Reeves on south side of Chuckatuck Creek called Beaver Dam adj. Thomas Oglethorpe, lately occupied by Bridgett Askew, widow, 19 Dec. 1688. Teste, Edmund Godwin, Thos. Exum, Henry Pilkington.

The will of Henry Reeves of Southfarnham parish and County of Essex, Planter, was dated 28 April 1728. Sick. To beloved wife Sarah Reeves 200 acres whereon I now live during her life. After her decease the land to son Henry Reeves. To wife Sarah during her life four negroes. After her death, negroes to be equally divided between children John, Samuel, Thomas, George, Patience, Elizabeth and Ann. To son Joseph Reeves land he lives on. Land to other sons; slaves and money to daughters. "Seven youngest children" listed as John, Samuel, Thomas, George, Patience, Elizabeth and Ann. Son-in-law Richard Gatewood. Executors: Sarah, Henry and Joseph. Signed Henry his M mark Reeves. Witnesses: Pittman Scandrett, Martha her m mark Merritt, Alexander Parker. Presented on 17 March 1729 by Sarah and Henry Reeves, proved by Pittman Scandrett. (Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 4, pages 342-344. Original: Virginia State Library, Research and Information Services Division, Essex County Court Records, Deeds, Wills, and etc., 1734-1739.)

Source

Thomas Moore's Genealogy Site(external link)


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