This is a photo of my family from 1952. John William Reeves, b. 1907-1969 is my father, son of Virgil Reeves and Laura Patricia Bell.
William C. Reeves b. 1848 (Ga), wife Ida Smithhart b. 1881 (Miss), children Effie Gladys b. 1905, Robert Holleman b. 1907, Lonnie Monroe b. 1909, Alfred B. 1912 and Pauline Elizabeth b. 1916.
Okay, someone sent this to me today. It is identified as Hub Rives. He lived in the Butler County Kentucky are of Kentucky in a community call Quality. I am guessing the age of this photo to be 100 to 110 years old. Does anyone know who Hub Rives is? I would appreciate any help I can get. I am thinking he may be part of my Group 8 family. Thanks in advance.
Over the course of the last seven years, the members of The Reeves Project have been attempting to identify the various Reeves' lineages in this country as well as tie their members to results of DNA testing as more and more participants join the Reeves DNA Project at FtDNA. Using DNA results has had a great impact on the accuracy of the recorded lineages.
Each location identifies a different known Reeves family. See blog post at http://usreeves.blogspot.com/2017/05/early-reeves-families-in-colonial.html which has a brief narrative of the Reeves' family at each location identified and links to The Reeves Project pages for the family patriarch and other members.
Benton M. Reeves (1922-2012). Wilmer H Reeves (1918-1922). With their mother Ada Dell Shemwell Reeves Baugh. Benton & Wilmer are Great-Great Grandsons of Hambilton Reeves, Rives, Ryves. Benton was my Dad.
Hamilton F. Reeves photo
This is photo of family of Benjamin H. Reeves, son of Hamilton Reeves, Grandson of Hambiliton Reeves. My Grandfather is William Hamilton Reeves back row on left. Benjamin's wife is Dora Howerton.
Isaac Reeve (1784-1863) son of Lt. Selah Reeve and Keturah Strong of Long Island NY. Fled to Newburgh NY during Rev. War. Isaac eventually moved his family to LaPorte Indiana. He is second great-grandfather to me through his son James Selah to William Selah to Tapping Selah to me William Selah, to my 2 sons and 4 grandsons. This line started with James Reeve of Mattituck LI. Was it James and Mary Purrier or Thomas? The Osman deposition makes it confusing.
This is a photo of my Uncle M. B. Reeves who served in WWII. He was the only male in a family with 6 sisters. Needless to say they all thought the sun rose and set on this handsome fellow. A couple of his descendants have yDNA tested for our Reeves family, and we are very grateful. We are in surname group 10 with a F haplogroup assignment which I understand will soon be re-designated as H. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org is anyone wants to make contact directly about genealogy. Thanks to the admins of this group, Janice
I love Family History.I became a member of the DAR this year.State North Carolina, City Currie, Chapter,Battle of moore's Creek Bridge Revoluyionary Ancestor Samuel Carver. My Mother was a Reeves