Person:Ann Reece (3)

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Ann Jane Reece
m. 8 Feb 1849
  1. George Granvillle Reece1850 - Bef 1870
  2. Ann Jane Reece1852 - 1889
  3. William Alford Reece1854 - 1855
  4. Nancy Olive Reece1856 - 1925
  5. Julia L. S. Reece1858 - 1897
  6. Matilda Elizabeth Reece1859 - 1940
  7. Martha Ellen Reece1860 - 1941
  8. Ferdinand Beldon Reece1862 - 1942
  9. Ida May Reece1864 - 1916
m. 14 Jun 1875
  1. Burton Wilson Scott1876 - 1942
  2. Alvanza Marshall Scott1877 - 1933
  3. Charles Elmer Scott1879 - 1902
  4. Mary Cora Scott1880 - 1930
  5. Ola Beldon Scott1882 - 1884
  6. Gilbert Kimble Scott1884 - 1946
  7. Effie Lillian Melvern Scott1887 - 1986
  8. Asa Reece Scott1889 - 1969
Facts and Events
Name[2] Ann Jane Reece
Alt Name[2] Angie Reece
Alt Name[2] Angelina Reece
Gender Female
Birth[3] 29 Aug 1852 Indiana, United States
Census[1] 1860 Clinton, Indiana, United States
Census[4] 1870 Putnam, Missouri, United States
Marriage 14 Jun 1875 St. John, Putnam, Missouri, United Statesto David Garrett Scott
Census[5] 1880 Putnam, Missouri, United States
Property[6] 29 Sep 1880 Benton, Indiana, United StatesWith husband, signed mortgage to purchase property; mortgage paid at end of year
Death[7] 22 Apr 1889 Warsaw, Benton, Missouri, United States
Burial[7][8] Warsaw, Benton, Missouri, United StatesGrave unmarked, cemetery destroyed by highway
References
  1. Kirklin township, in Clinton, Indiana, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 921, Family 906, p. 215, Primary quality.

    William Reece, 40, male, farmer, Real Estate = [blank], Personal Estate = $150, b. Indiana
    , Elizabeth, 35, female, b. IN
    , George G., 9, male, b. IN, attending school
    , Ann J., 7, female, b. IN, attending school
    , Nancy A., 4, female, b. IN
    , Julia, 2, female, b. IN
    , Matilda E., 1, b. IN

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Effie Scott Mayer (daughter), July 1983, Secondary quality.
  3. Letter, Reece Mayer [grandson], Aug. 1984, Secondary quality.

    Information on Grandmother Ann Jane Reece Scott given to Effie Scott Mayer from Tillie Rash, a daughter of Martha Reece Rash, quoting the old Reece family bible that Ann Jane Reece was second of ten children born to Wm. A. Reece and Elizabeth Dunn Reece. But Effie Scott Mayer always said her mother Angie was the only one of 8 children who did not have red hair.

    Present (1990s and later) whereabouts/ownership of the "old family bible" remains unknown.

  4. Sherman Township; FHL #0552300, in Putnam, Missouri, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 98, Family 98, Primary quality.

    Reese, Wm., age 50, farmer, value of real estate [blank], value of personal estate - $300, born IN, eligible to vote
    , Elizabeth, age 45, keeps house, born IN
    , Angeline, age 15, b. IN
    , Nancy, age 14, b. IN, attends school
    , Julia L., age 12, b. IN, attends school, cannot write
    , Matilda, age 11, b. IN, at school, cannot write
    , Martha, age 9, born IN, attends school
    , Ferd B., age 8, born IN, at school
    , Ida M., age 6, born IN

  5. York Township; FHL #1254711, in Putnam, Missouri, United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 149, Family 152, Primary quality.

    Scott, David G., 28, farmer, b. PA, both parents b. DE
    , Ann J., 27, wife, keeping house, b. IN, both parents b. IN
    , Burton W., 4, son, b. MO
    , Alvanza M., 3, son, b. MO
    , Charley E., 1, son, b. MO
    Reece, Julia L. I., 22, sister-in-law, b. IN, both parents b. IN
    , Ida M., 15, sister-in-law, attending school, born IL [sic], both parents b. IN

  6. Scott Family Land Records, Primary quality.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Note written by Effie Scott Mayer, daughter, n.d.

    Ann Jane Reece died April 22, 1889, Warsaw, Mo. and is buried in an old cemetery at Warsaw, Mo. by Osage River near highway and a bridge. Olie Belden died in Warsaw, also buried in same cemetery. There were no markers there in 1950 and the cemetery no longer in use was in a neglected condition.

  8. Letter, Reece Mayer [grandson], July 19, 1984.

    My grandmother, Ann Jane Reece Scott, died and is buried at Warsaw, Mo., in central Missouri. Alice said that she tried to find grandmother's grave and found out that the old Warsaw cemetery was moved to make way for a highway. Any graves that weren't marked by headstones were not moved. Apparently, our grandmother's grave had no stone. This goes along with Mom saying that her Dad told her once that he was so hard-up when his wife, Ann Jane died, that he couldn't afford a grave stone. So, I guess our grandmother Ann Jane Reece Scott lies underneath a road or highway near Warsaw, Mo. Also a daughter, Ola Belden Scott, died at age 2, buried next to her mother in same cemetery.