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The family of Samuel Reeves, Sr. (1770/1780) - 1850 : of Mason County, Kentucky and Putnam County, Indiana

compiled by Evelyn Taylor
Taylor, Evelyn M. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : E.M. Taylor, 1997
249 leaves in various foliations : geneal. tables

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Samuel Reeves married three times and had eleven children from 1794 to the mid 1830's. The family lived in Mason County, Kentucky until 1830 when they moved to Putnam County, Indiana. Descendants and relatives lived in Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and elsewhere.

Includes Flinn, Browning, Keller, Kinsler, Leachman, McKinley and related families.

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