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virginia black (#48260451)
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Cousin
RE: Amaziah Reeves
I thought I left a message a few days ago. If I recall what it was, the Hancock County Benjamin Reeves was not Amazeah's father but his uncle (and my great-grandfather). There are several Benjamins and Nevilles through the family. You can find the family trees on the Internet.
Added by Cousin on Apr 18, 2016 8:30 AM
Cousin
RE: Amaziah Reeves
As far as I can tell, Amazeah Reeves, born in 1851, was the youngest child of the Benjamin F. Reeves who appears to have been an uncle of the Benjamin F. Reeves who was my great-grandfather (buried in Harlan Cemetery). "My" Benjamin,b. 1828, was a son of Neville (but Nevilles pop up in more than one generation too), who seems to have been an uncle of your Benjamin, b. 1810.
Added by Cousin on Apr 11, 2016 8:22 PM
Cousin
RE: Amaziah Reeves
Sorry--Since Amaziah was apparently born in Meigs County, Ohio, and served in Company C of the 36th Ohio regiment in the Civil War, I don't see how he could be a descendant of Benjamin Franklin Reeves of Hancock County, Indiana. Unfortunately I haven't time to check into the old genealogia I have, but when I do, I'll see if Amaziah is listed anywhere and let you know if he is.
Added by Cousin on Oct 22, 2013 3:32 PM
 

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