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The descendants of Joseph Reid (1702-1749) and Elizabeth [Hampton], Absolom Reid (1727-) and Sarah Simpson (1735-), Joab Reid (1762-1855) and Nancy West (1764-1805) of Fairfax Co., VA & Adams and Brown Co., OH

researched and compiled by Donal S. West and Lola Edwards Lindsey
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Fort Wayne, Indiana : D.S. West], 1997
6 v. : ill., geneal. tables.

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Spine title: Descendants of Joseph Reid and Elizabeth Hampton.

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Contents: v. 1 Joseph Reid through Absalom Reid and Sarah Simpson -- v. 2 Absolom Reid through Margaret Reid -- v. 3 Joab Reid through Jennett Reid -- v. 4. Joab Reid through Travis Reid -- v. 5. Joab Reid through Travis Reid (cont.) -- v. 6 Joab Reid through William Butler Reid.

Joseph Reid (b. 1703 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland) was the son of John Reid and Margaret Mc Cullock. In 1716, Joseph emigrated to Newport News, Virginia. From his will (Turo Parish, Fairfax County, Virginia) we learn the names of his wife (Elizabeth) and five children (Sarah, Jane, Elizabeth, John, and Absolom). The major portion of this work concerns the lines through Absolom.

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