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Der Reiher : journal of the Reyer family

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Ardmore, Tennessee : Reyer Family in America, 1979-1982
2 v. in 1 (36, 81 leaves) : ill., coat of arms, facsims., ports.

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Vol. 1 researched by Mellie Mavene Reyer Broadway, Philip Wayne Reyer (president of the association in 1979); v. 2 researched by Mavene Broadway, Philip Reyer, Vanese Roberson (president of the ass'n in 1982), and Doris Shannon.

Includes photocopies of many vital documents.

Includes Reiher, Rear, Renreyer and other variant spellings.

Includes Allen, Broadway, Dee, Felker, Roberson, Roper, Smith, Speegle, Wray and related families.

Charles Christopher Reyer (1794-1880) moved from Charleston, South Carolina to Sevier County, Tennessee, and married Martha Ruth in 1818. They later moved to Cullman County, Alabama. The Reyer family of the Tennessee Valley are direct descendants of the third child of Charles Christopher Reyer and Martha Ruth, who was Hugh Ambruse Reyer (b.1824). Hugh married Mary Ann Speegle, and settled in Lincoln County, Tennessee soon after the Civil War; they were actively pro-Union and anti-slavery during that war. Descendants and relatives lived in Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas and elsewhere. Both volumes include abstracts and transcripts from local, county, state and federal sources (church records, vital records, census records, military pension records, etc.), as well as transcripts from family Bible records, etc.

Both volumes list current officers of the Reyer Family in America, as well as reports of reunions held. Vol. 2 contains the constitution and by-laws of the Reyer Family in America.

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