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Reasor and allied families, ca. 1762-1987

Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990
on 2 microfilm reels : ill., ports. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript, ms., and printed materials collection (part photocopy, ca. 660 leaves) loaned for filming by Nina Solloway, South Bend, Indiana.

Includes material by Arthur F. Reasor and others.

Daniel Reasor was born in Germany, ca. 1762 and immigrated to America at age eighteen. He served in the Revolutionary War. He married Margaret Miller in 1796 in Augusta County, Virginia. They had nine children, born in Virginia and Ohio. He died ca. 1850 at Dayton, Ohio. His son, Henry Reasor, was born in 1797 in Virginia. He married Catharine Leslie in 1825 in Montgomery County, Ohio. They had fifteen children, 1826-after 1856, born in Mongomery County. He died in 1867 in St. Joseph County, Indiana. Descendants listed lived in Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, and elsewhere.

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