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John H Reedy
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Birth: Jan. 20, 1841
Alabama, USA
Death: Nov. 12, 1912
Dallas County
Texas, USA

THE DALLAS DAILY TIMES HERALD, Tues., Nov. 12, 1912: "Death of Veteran. J. H. Reedy died at 3897 Crutcher street Tuesday. The funeral will be held from the chapel of E.C. Smith & Bro. Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. Mr. Reedy was a member of Sterling Price Camp. He had been in Dallas twelve years, coming here from Alabama, where he was born Jan. 20, 1841. All members of Sterling Price Camp are requested to attend the funeral. / The deceased was a member of the Fourth Alabama cavalry during the Civil war."

John was married to Pamilla Rowena Baldridge 19 Nov 1867 in Madison county, AL. She was the daughter of William Franklin Baldridge, Sr. and Elizabeth Mitchell. John and Pamilla's children were Holmes, Milton Frank, John H., Carrie and Estelle.

The Reedys moved to Plano, Collin county, TX in the 1870's. In 1878 they bought a store in downtown Plano, but it lasted only a few years. John served for six years as a Constable of Collin county. By 1900, John had moved to Dallas and was working as a flagman for the railroad. Pamela and the children moved to Georgetown, Williamson county in 1908 to live with son John H.,who was a professor at Southwestern University.
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  Pamilla B. Baldridge Reedy (1848 - 1909)
  Milton Frank Reedy (1873 - 1947)*
  John Henry Reedy (1878 - 1950)*
*Calculated relationship
Co. F 4th. Alabama Cavalry
Confederate Cemetery
Dallas County
Texas, USA
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Originally Created by: Granna
Record added: Jun 19, 2007
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John H Reedy
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- Tom Fagart
 Added: Jun. 25, 2014
Thanks Grampa,your grandson, John H. IV, Ada Mae is still in our memories, and did you well, I shall forever Honor You
- Hood's Texas
 Added: Mar. 23, 2011
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero, A Confederate Soldier. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Dec. 29, 2009
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