|Paul Reeves (#46785777)|
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I am a decendant of the following:|
Wiley Reeves born 1769 - ggg-grandfather
William Reeves born 1794 - gg-grandfather
James Milton Reeves born 1824 - g-grandfather
G.G. Reeves born 1865 - grandfather
I am glad to correspond with anyone who shares any part of my lineage, as I am always pleased to meet new cousins.
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|Lynn G.||Wade Reeves|
Sorry I had to do that because it was a request and I couldn't fulfill it. I'll look on the listings for USgenweb surveys and see if he's on that list for Roberta City Cemetery. At least you got two out of three plus all the others I found. I'll keep digging and see if I can locate him if he's not at that cemetery. Hopefully we'll be able to find him somewhere in Roberta. He could still possibly be at that cemetery, but I so far haven't found him after looking several times. Hopefully you received all the other pictures I emailed you. Also did Patrice ever get in contact with you? Let me know if she didn't. She was having problems with her computer last week and lost some things that were in her email.
Added by Lynn G. on Mar 20, 2011 2:19 PM
|Pam Middlebrooks||RE: Henry Clay Reeves Photo|
Paul, I was happy to do it. It means a lot to me to find photos of my family members.
Yes, she died in 1925. She's in my line. I'm on ancestry.com, so I have access to most records. Just wondering if you had anything on her! :o)
Added by Merf on Jan 11, 2011 11:03 AM
BTW - Do you have an Emma Booth Reeves Smalley in your line?
Added by Merf on Jan 11, 2011 10:11 AM
|Merf||RE: Photo of Edward Reeves Grave|
You are most welcome - and it's my pleasure to take the photo!
I'm not employed at the cemetery, but I do live very close by and I love to go out there! Your aunt and uncle are smack dab in the center of Section 4. I wandered out there..turned.. and there was Uncle Ed! I love it when they make themselves easy to find!
I believe when someone makes a request, that it should be fulfilled as soon as possible and since I work from home, I can get out there immediately.
I'm glad you learned something new about them, and have such fond memories of them.
Added by Merf on Jan 11, 2011 10:07 AM
|Judy K. Brantley/Wilson||Reeves Buried in SpaldingCounty|
Paul, I checked both the Oak Hill records and all the church cemeteries in Spalding County and none of the names you sent were there. Do keep checking the Oak Hill Cemetery and/or findagrave - my cousin Rebecca Duncan/Young is added names constantly trying to add all of Oak Hill in Griffin, Spalding County, Ga. There are over 70,000 buried there. She is also taking toombstone pictures as she goes. Sorry I couldn't locate them for you.
|Georgia Girl||James Milton Reeves, C.S.A.|
Hi Paul ... I've made the correction regarding your great grandfather's "two wives" as you requested and made a visit to your Reeves family web site. By any chance are you related to the Reeves buried in the Reeves cemetery in Lamar County? Have a distant LeSueur relatived buried there.
|Judy K. Brantley/Wilson||Reeves Family Cemetery-Spalding county|
Paul, I had a listing for the cemetery with all the names I posted. I have never been there. I have the two books for Spalding County Cemeteries (church and otherwise) and will be happy to help you in any way that I can. I am not kin to any of these people that I know of. I got interested in Spalding County, Ga as my GGGrandfather was a judge there. He died before 1900. I came down several times to look for information on him. I live about 2-1/2 hours north of Griffin. Judy