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My three sons

  • Reed--Wendt--Findley--Campbell and allied lines
  • Beene--McIntyre and allied lines
Bettye Sitton Reed
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
[Bartlett, Tennessee : B.S. Reed, 1986?-1989]
3 v. : ill., coats of arms, ports.

Notes

Ancestry of the author's sons, with some of the ancestors' descendants. George Bruce Reed, the author's husband, was born in Rochester, Minnesota, the son of George Simpson Reed (1911-1964) and Florence Findley Reed (b. 1913). His family moved to Oakland, California, in 1944. He enlisted in the army in 1952. Bettye Sitton was born in 1931 in Glenn, Mississippi, the daughter of Robert Clayton Sitton (1908-1983) and Zelma McIntyre (1907-1964). The family moved to Corinth Mississippi, inn about 1935, and to Memphis, Tennessee, in 1942. She accepted a job with the Pentagon in 1952 and met George in Alexandria, Virginia. They were married in 1953 at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. They had three sons, 1954-1961. Children and grandchildren lived in Tennessee and Texas.

Ancestors include: George Reed (1853-1913) of Billinboro, Lincolnshire, England, and Pierre, South Dakota -- Thomas Patrick Findley (1841 or 1851-1930) of Ottawa, Canada; Michigan; South Dakota; and Brainard, Minnesota -- John McIntire (d. ca. 1785) Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and Mecklenburg County, North Carolina -- John Bean/Been(e) (ca. 1735-after 1810), a soldier in the American Revolution, of Northumberland County, Virginia and Buncombe County, North Carolina -- Samuel Campbell (b. ca. 1803) of Tulloch, Scotland; and Nova Scotia -- Christian Wendt (1824-afterh 1900) of Pommeria, Germany and Minnesota.

Includes indexes.

Contents: v. 1. Reed-Wendt-Findley-Campbell and allied lines v. 2. Harville-Sitton and allied lines -- v. 3. Beene-McIntyre and allied lines.

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