George Washington Reeve
Mother: Ruth (probably Mitchell)
Birth: 05 May 1832, South Carolina
Birth Source: 1850 Census
Death: 23 Aug 1864
Death Source: Date of August 1864 inscribed on tombstone of wife Francis
Spouse1: Frances C. Smith, m. 17 Jan 1852, DeKalb County, Alabama
- Ida Reeve, b. 1853
- Margaret Reeve, b. 1854
- Sarah Eliza Reeve, b. 1856
- William G. Reeve, b. 1859
- Robert Reeve, b. 1861
- Noah S. Reeve, b. 1865
Noah received a grant of 241 acres in Winston County, Alabama on 1 Dec 1859 from the U. S. Land Office at Huntsville, Alabama.
On both the 1860 Agriculture Schedule of DeKalb County, Alabama as well as the Slave Schedule of the county for that year, Noah V. Reeves is listed with his property and an Elisha T. Bristow is shown as his agent; however but to date,; however, Noah and family are recorded on the 1860 Census in Winston County, Alabama..
Noah Vann Reeve enlisted in the 28th Regiment of Alabama Infantry, CSA on 18 Feb 1862 in Jasper, Alabama.
The inscription on the tombstone of wife Francis at the Kelly Mill Cemetery in Black Pond, Winston County, Alabama is records that Francis was the wife of N,. V. Reeve who was killed in the Civil War.
1850 Census - DeKalb County, Alabama
1860 Census - Winston County, Alabama
1860 Agriculture & Slave Schedules - DeKalb County, Alabama
1870 Census - Winston County, Alabama, HOH Francis C. Reves (sic)
Alabama, Compiled Marriages from Selected Counties, 1809-1920, online database at Ancestry.com
U.S. General Land Office Records, 1776-2015, online database at Ancestry.com
U.S., Civil War Prisoner of War Records, 1861-1865, online database at Ancestry.com
U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865, online database at Ancestry.com
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