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Ancestral sketches

by LeRoy Reeves
Reeves, LeRoy, 1876-1960 (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Lynchburg, Virginia : L. Reeves, c1951
ix, 113 p., [6] leaves of plates : ill., ports.

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"A chronicle of the pioneer East Tennessee families, Reeves, Miller, De Vault, and Range of Washington County; Robeson of Sullivan and McMinn Counties; and Easley, Hamilton, Acuff and Vincent of Sullivan County; and certain of their antecedents in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina."

Ancestry of the author's parents, Elbert C. and Alice Robeson Reeves. Elbert C. Reeves was born in 1841 in Washington County, Tennessee, the son of Peter Miller Reeves (1807-1891) and Matilda De Vault Reeves (1814-1896). He married Alice Robeson in 1875. They had four sons. He died in 1929 at Radford, Virginia, and was buried at Johnson City, Tennessee. Alice Robeson Reeves was born in 1851 in Sullivan County, Tennessee, the daughter of Rev. William Robeson (1822-1905) and Adaline Easley Robeson (1832-1913). She died in 1909 and is buried at Johnson City, Tennessee.

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