Henry Reeves, Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth Bagnall
Birth: after 1670, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia
Birth Source: Was not 16 years of age when Will of Henry Reeves, Sr. was written in 1686
Death: Essex County, Virginia
Spouse1: Edward Coleman
- Edward E. Coleman, b. c1712, d. cJan 1795, m. Lucretia "Lucreecy" Waggoner
On 14 February 1711, Edwd Coleman, Ann( her A mark) Coleman, Robt Coleman and Thomas Munday (signed) were bound £200 sterling on 14 February 1711 for Edward Coleman and Ann his wife late Ann Reeves who was granted probate of the will of Elizabeth Reeves. Witnesses: Ja: Alderson, Robt Parker. [Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book 14, page 18.]
An inventory and appraisal of the estate of Mrs Elizabeth Reeves was made by Will Daingerfield, John Mills, Will: his V mark Greenell. Total about £73. Presented by Edward Coleman and Ann his wife, late Ann Reeves. Ordered recorded 13 March 1711. [Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book 14, pages 30–32.]
On 18 March 1711 a case was brought to Essex County court. “Edward Coleman & Ann his wife Robert Moss & Martha his wife (unclear) refer a petition agt Henry Reeves Joseph Reeves and Thomas Munday admrs of the Estate of James Reeves dated and set forth that the sd Admrs refuse to make up an acct of the sd (unclear) his Estate and pay the sd Ann & Martha sisters to the sd deced their parts. therefore ordered…” a summons. [Essex County, Virginia, Order Book 4, page 427.]
Will of Henry Reeves, Sr.
Essex County VA CO Bk 4, p22-23, Ann Reeves vs. Joseph Reeves & Jane, his wife 1707
Coleman Family Records