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History and reminiscenses of Col. John B. Reid and family

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Published by F.T. Reid in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reed family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Franklin Thomas Reid.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46 leaves :
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23415069M


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History and reminiscenses of Col. John B. Reid and family by Franklin Thomas Reid Download PDF EPUB FB2

The member or the History and reminiscenses of Col. John B. Reid and family book family of whom we shall speak is John B. Reid, who was born in Donegal, Ireland, August 8,and who settled in Woburn,!\lass., In At the age of 11 years, after having been taught the common rudiments at •chool, be apprenticed himself to a shoemal.

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John B. Reid and family by Reid, Franklin Thomas. Publication date Pages: The member of the Reid family of whom we shall speak is John B. Reid, who was born in Donegal, Ireland, August 8,and who settled in Woburn, Mass., in At the age of 11 years, after having been taught the common rudiments at school, he apprenticed himself to a shoemaker; also learning the tanning and currying trade.

HISTORY AND REMINISCENSES -OF COL. JOHN AND B. REID FAMILY. —BY— TRANKLIN inO/HAS or SPRINGFIELD. M:fIY F^EID. ILLS. l^iK ^ County Public "• Wayne, Ubrarf Indiana JOHN COL. Late Lieut. -Colonel of th REID. Illinois Infantry (By tho Rev. Thomas I have learned Greenville,W of the Hynos, D.

D., a lifelong. History of the Reed family in Europe and America. (Boston, Printed by J. Wilson and son, ), by Jacob Whittemore Reed (page images at HathiTrust) Some of the descendants of John Read, Senior, of Newport, Rhode Island and Freetown, Massachusetts, / ([S.l.: s.n.], ), by George H.

Read (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). History and Reminiscenses of Col. John B. Reid and Family (Source: Internet Archive) Memorial of John Barclay Reid included in Memorials of deceased companions of the Commandery of the State of Illinois, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($).

The Reid Family of Moses Hamilton Reid by Warner Reid, provided by Glenda Dodson, is being reexamined for relevant data. John Read was the first History and reminiscenses of Col.

John B. Reid and family book member of the subject Read Family. He was born about and he died in in Prince Edward County, Virginia.

This is not a complete list of my Reed sources; See the Sources button, above, for the History and reminiscenses of Col. John B. Reid and family book detailed list of all 33 of those. Use the Annex button to see individual citations (and other notes).

Use the book icon link () to see details about a particular are listed here in relevance order; i.e. the first had the most citations. REED, Jacob Whittemore; "History of the Reed. Hi Linda, I just recently received some info on a Joseph Reid, who may or may not be someone you are interested in.

The info came to me from a Mr. Art Reid and he got the info from Larry Reid, who wrote a book on his ancestors - The Reid family and allied families (that is not exactly the name of the book, but that was what the book was about).

Abigail married George Reid, Lt. Col Abraham Reid ( - ) My Genealogy Home Page:Information about Abraham Reed Abraham Reed (b. d. date unknown) Abraham Reed, (son of Mathew Reed), was born in Londonderry, N.H., and died date unknown. Colonel John Reid, Sr., the second of the emigrant brothers, married Martha Nisbet, and had by her a numerous progeny, besides the two daughters above mentioned, as having married their cousins.

↑ Probate Records, in Albemarle County, Virginia Court Record Book,Aug This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as History and reminiscenses of Col.

John B. Reid and family book or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process/5(3).

Col. John Colonel Read was born inat birth place, Connecticut, to John Read and Ruth Reed (born Talcott). John was born on January 29in Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States.

Ruth was born on September 12in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Colonel John Anderson married Anna, daughter of John Reid on December 7, in Tintern Manor, in Shrewsbury Township. The day after his wedding John Reid granted Col.

Anderson, his son-in-law, land in Manalapan. The Reids were also of Scottish origin. The children of John and Anna Reid Anderson were: John (b.

), James (b. Col. John Reed was born on month dayat birth place, to James Reed and Susannah Reed (born Pearce). James was born circain Wendron, Cornwall, England.

Susannah was born on November 22in Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island, USA. Col had 6 siblings: MARY Reed, William Reed and 4 other siblings. "The Devil Who Tamed Her" is the story of Ophelia and Raphael. The protagonists of this book have been introduced in the last- Lady Ophelia is the gorgeous, ethereal beauty with a vile tongue and even more wretched behavior/5.

Page - The making of tacks, by hand, commenced very early. The first attempt was to cut^ up old iron hoops into points, by a very imperfect kind of shears, and take them up, one by one, and place them in a common vise, and screw up and unscrew, for the purpose of heading each tack with a hammer.

[7]Letter From John Rodgers to Elias B. Caldwell on the Caldwell Family, Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol Pages [8]Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, from to by Joseph Addison Waddell, Page Orange County Court Order Book (), Pages: & The Reid family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Reid families were found in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in In there were 51 Reid families living in Ohio.

The Reid family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Reid families were found in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in In there were 4, Reid families living in Ontario.

These were vital records from St. John’s Church in Georgetown, the oldest Episcopal Church there, founded in Also a list of the original subscribers. Mrs. Beatrice Reid Power, Regentgave the library an old Connecticut will from her family dated Col john Bond Sr was 1/2 English, 1/4 Spanish, and 1/4 Choctaw.

He was born by the Tombigbee River, instead of Beaufort. But he returned to Beaufort. John Singleton Mosby, the Gray Ghost, was a Confederate colonel and cavalry commander during the American Civil War () As a young man, Mosby developed an interest in the law as the result of serving time for the unlawful shooting of a local tavern-owner s son, and eventually established his own law practice in Virginia/5(23).

John M. Reid 12 May Southend, Argyll, Scotland - 29 Dec managed by Gordon Gray Dudley Grover Reid 26 Dec Texas - 31 Aug last edited 30 Apr Edward Ker Reid 24 Oct Cripplegate, London, England, United Kingdom - 10 Feb managed by Michael Pickup.

The first settler on the town site of the town of Linneus was Colonel John Holland, who came from Virginia to Linn county in the early spring of the yearand located his claim on the section whereon the capital of the county now stands.

Colonel Holland's cabin was of hewed logs, and comprised two rooms. In this donble cabin court was. The Reid family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Reid families were found in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in In there were 1, Reid families living in Lancashire.

Biography of Edward W. Wynkoop, Union cavalry officer and co-founder of Denver, Colorado. Wynkoop is best known for leading the investigation into John Chivington's infamous attack on the Cheyenne village at Sand Creek, known as the Sand Creek Massacre. I Am Trying To Connect Elmo Reid To William W Reid Who Was Sheriff In = Forsyth Co Ga In The Census=20 (Elmo Reid Was Not Listed) In Elmo Reid Was 19 And Probably Not At Home I Believe Elmo Reid Is The Son Of William W Reid Elmo Reid Was Born In Georgia In Elmo Reid Showed With His Family In The Us Census In Forsyth County.

The first meeting with a view to organizing a Presbyterian church at Meirose was held Janu The incorporators were Adam M. Hayner, Alexander B.

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John P. Henderson, president of the State Bank of Virden and one of the prominent and successful men of Macoupin county, was born in Garrard county, Kentucky, Janua son of James Harvey and Almira B. (Reid) Henderson. John Henderson, the grandfather of our subject, was a native of Virginia and removed to Kentucky, later taking up.

John Brown Gordon died in Miami at age 71 on January 9,three months after his memoir, Reminiscences of the Civil War, was published. The general even received a tribute from President Theodore Roosevelt, who summed up what many felt by saying, “A more gallant, generous, and fearless gentleman and soldier has not been seen by our.

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