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Family history, Chesterfield County, South Carolina; Anson County, North Carolina

by John Sharp Reid
Reid, John Sharp (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel

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Microreproduction of typescript (34 p.).

Includes Edgeworth, Sneed, Van Horne/Horn, Little and other related families.

John Reid (1750-1824) married Ruth Alexander (1756-1837). They raised their family in Cabarrus Co, North Carolina. Their children included Rev. Henry Reid (b.1781), William Y. Reid (b.d1786) and Dr. John Sharp Reid (b.1794). William Lysander Jackson Reid (b.1816) was the only child of William Y. and Elmira Reid. William married Anne Crossland Horne (b.1820). They were the parents of fifteen children. This family history includes several generations of ancestors and descendants. Family members lived in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and elsewhere.

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