Person:Catherine Reese (9)

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Catherine Reese
b.20/29 Jan 1788 Kentucky, United States
m. 13 Jul 1784
  1. Joseph Reese1785 - 1847
  2. Catherine Reese1788 - 1829
  3. Sarah Reese1790 - 1859
  4. Benjamin Reese1792 - 1853
  5. John Reese1797 - 1852
  • H.  William Guthrie (add)
  • WCatherine Reese1788 - 1829
m. Est 1805
  1. Permelia Guthrie1806 - 1880
  2. Eliza Jane GuthrieAbt 1814 - 1826
  3. Sarah A. Guthrie1816 -
m. 9 Aug 1825
Facts and Events
Name Catherine Reese
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 20/29 Jan 1788 Kentucky, United States
Marriage Est 1805 Kentucky, United StatesEstimated date based on birth of oldest known child; place of marriage based on daughter's birth place
to William Guthrie (add)
Religion[3] 10 Aug 1823 Clark, Indiana, United StatesMembership in New Washington Baptist Church, by letter
Marriage 9 Aug 1825 Clark, Indiana, United Statesby William Goodwin
to John Tilford
Other[4] 13 Feb 1827 Clark, Indiana, United Statesmentioned in father's will
Death[5] 4 Feb 1829 Clark, Indiana, United States
References
  1. DAR (Supplemental) Application, Member, Secondary quality.

    Children of John Reese and Jane Wetherell Weach
    Catherine, 20 January 1788

  2. "Reese Family of John Benjamin William", Vera Reese Trantor, compiler. TS, nd. ISL 929.2 R329t, Secondary quality.

    Catherine Reese, b. 29 Jan 1788, Scott County, KY,

  3. Church Book, New Washington Baptist Church, 1807 – 1836. TS, anonymous transcriber. MSS 24, Hamilton Library Archives, Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana, Secondary quality.
  4. Indiana. Circuit Court (Clark County), and Indiana. Court of Common Pleas (Clark County). Will records, 1811-1875. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989), Primary quality.
  5. Family Bible Record of Benjamin and Sarah Davis Reese of Clark Co., Ind, in Johnson, Bess Sellers. Family Bible records of Johnson County, Indiana: and a collection of family records and other sources [vol. 2, pt. 1]. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971), p. 146, Secondary quality.

    Catherine Guthrie, Feb. 4, 1829