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The Reeves family of Georgia : primarily in Fayette County, with beginnings in England and Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina

by Arthur Ray Rowland
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Augusta, Georgia : R.R. Books, 1996
38 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm.

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Ancestry is traced to Robert Ryves of Blandford in Dorsetshire, England who was born ca. 1490. One of his descendants, William Ryves (ca. 1636-ca. 1695), was born in Woodstock, England. He came to Surry County, Virginia in 1652. Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia and elsewhere. Emphasis is given to descendants of Wylie Reeves who married Rebecca Thompson in 1788 in Granville, North Carolina and eventually settled in Georgia. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived in Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Reeves, Beasley, Goodman, Thompson, Allen, Barnette, Hasty, Head, Jennings, Jones, Patterson, Rives, Rowland, Ryves, Spurlin, Williams, Wilson and related families.

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