SummaryFather: Henry Reeves
Mother: Jochebed MNU
Birth: abt 1740, Essex County, Virginia
Birth Source: 1745 Will of Henry Reeves
Spouse1: Nicholas Pamplin, m. before 1760
Spouse2: Thomas Hadden
NarrativeHenry Reeves' daughters Elizabeth and Mary are named as his daughters in a document dividing the slaves left to them by their deceased father Henry Reeves and recorded in Will Book 11, at pages 362 and 363 in Sep of 1760 and recorded in Aug of 1761. Mary Pamplin received one half the value of the slaves left by their father and William Porter received 1/2 left to his wife Elizabeth.
A 1771 Essex County deed wherein Thomas Hadden and Mary his wife, sold that tract of Land & Plantation which was allotted to Mary by a division with her sister Elizabeth and her husband William Porter. The deed states that this land was devised by the Last Will and Testament of Henry Reeves, the deceased father of Mary & Elizabeth, to his son Brewer who died in infancy and then descended to his brother John who also died in infancy. The term infancy is undoubtedly used to note that they did not live to maturity. Both were living when Henry Reeves' will was probated and for some years after the estates of both John and Elizabeth were supervised by a guardian.
Sources1745 Will of Henry Reeves
Essex County, VA Will Book 11, p 362-363
1771 Deed, Essex County, VA DB 30, pg 503