Facts and Events
||19 May 1797
||Scott, Kentucky, United States
||15 Jun 1815
||Clark, Indiana, United Statesto Jemina Russell
||27 Oct 1826
||Clark, Indiana, United Statesnamed in father's will
||10 Oct 1827
||Jefferson, Indiana, United Statesto Elizabeth Symington
||27 Dec 1832
||Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, United Statespurchased town lot
||Johnson, Indiana, United StatesMinister of First Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
||4 Nov 1834
||Johnson, Indiana, United StatesReceived US land patent
||Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, United Statesleft the church
||8 Sep 1835
||Johnson, Indiana, United Statessold property
||17 Jan 1838
||Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, United Statessold town lot, resident of Jefferson County
||South Hanover, Jefferson, Indiana, United States
||South Hanover, Jefferson, Indiana, United States
||14 May 1852
||Natchitoches, Louisiana, United Statesaboard packet boat “Caspian”, near Grand Encore
|Cause of Death
||14 May 1852
||Natchitoches, Louisiana, United StatesCholera
||23 Aug 1852
||Jefferson, Indiana, United StatesLetters of Administration granted to son Alexander Reese
||27 Aug 1861
||Jefferson, Indiana, United StatesFinal Settlement
||Natchitoches, Louisiana, United Statesthree miles above Grand Encore
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Family Bible Record of Benjamin and Sarah Davis Reese, 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), Secondary quality.
John Reese (brother of Benjamin) born May 19, 1797 - died May 14, 1852
- ↑ DAR (Supplemental) Application, Member, Secondary quality.
Children of John Reese and Jane Wetherell Weach
John, b. 19 May 1797
- ↑ Daughters of the American Revolution. Genealogical Research System, Ancestor #: A094962; Member: Effie Eby Minnich Nat'l #: 291227, Secondary quality.
John Reese Jr born on 19 - May - 1797 at Scott Co KY
died at Grand Encore LA on 14 - May - 1852
The Said John Reese was the child of
John Reese and his ( 1st ) wife Jane Wetherell
- ↑ John Reese [Sr.] – d. Clark County, Indiana, 1827 , in Reece Family Probate, Primary quality.
- ↑ Bergen, John V. Atlas of Johnson County, Indiana, 1820 to 1900: featuring maps, pictures, text, and statistics from county atlases (1866, 1881, 1900), county histories (1881, 1888, 1913), and many other sources. (Franklin, Indiana: Johnson County Historical Society (Georgia), c1984), Secondary quality.
p. 242 - First Mount Pleasant Church was constituted July 1828 in Franklin Township about 1828. One of first preachers was Rev. John Reece.
p. 184 - Early residents of [town of] Franklin, who purchased lots between 1824 and 1834, were David, J., and Thomas Alexander; Charles Johnson; Edward McDermid; John Reese
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 Johnson, Indiana, United States. Deed Records, Vol. C, Nov 1832-1835, Primary quality.
Indenture 27 Dec 1832
Between David Monfort and Ann Watts his wife of Johnson County, Indiana
And John Reese of Jefferson County, Indiana who paid $100 for
Lot #66 in the town of Franklin
Signed David Monfort, Ann W. Monfort
Witness Wm G. Shelley, Abraham Stark, John Foster, J. P.
Whereas the undersigned has granted sold, etc. to Burgess Waggener
The NE1/4 of the SE1/4 of S24, T12N, R4E, containing 40 acres
For Elizabeth the consort of John Reese relinquishes her Dower rights
Signed 8 Sep 1835, John Reese, Elizabeth Reese
Witness James Chenoweth, JP, 8 Sep 1835
- ↑ Reese Family of John Benjamin William, Vera Reese Trantor, compiler. TS, nd. ISL 929.2 R329t, Secondary quality.
ELDER JOHN REESE
On page 11 of Dr. Wallace’s History of the Franklin Baptist Church: “In 1835 John Reese, an Uncle of Rev. John Reese of Shelbyville, gave the church considerable trouble, the records reveal nothing of the exact nature of the trouble but they do reveal that he was a man of hasty temper; for becoming incensed at some remark, he stalks out of the meeting, remarking to the church members as he went out, ‘I’m no more of you’; and we know that he must have been in the wrong for such men as Prof. Warren Leverette, for the time located at Franklin and other stable brethren of the church assert that they have no fellowship for him. But we must believe that, like Peter he repented and the church restored him to membership”
- ↑ United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, Primary quality.
Document Nr.: 15973
Patentee: JOHN REESE of Jefferson County, Indiana
Issue Date: 11/4/1834, Indianapolis, Indiana
40 Acres, NE1/4SE1/4 Section 24, Township 12-N, Range 4-E, Johnson County, Indiana
- ↑ Johnson, Indiana, United States. Deed Records, Vol. E, Jul 1837-Nov 1838, p. 233, Primary quality.
Indenture 17 January 1838
Between John Rees of Jefferson County, IN
And James Chenoweth of Johnson County, IN who paid $600 for
Lot 66 in the Town of Franklin
Signed John Reese, Elizabeth Reese his wife
Witness John B. Reese, J. C. Cheevers JP of Jefferson County, IN
- ↑ United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, South Hanover, Jefferson, Indiana, Primary quality.
Reese, John, 1 m 5-9 [Robert], 1 m 10-14 [Alexander], 1 m 15-19 [unknown], 1 m 40-49 [John], 2 m 50-59 [unknown], 2 f under 5 [Mary, Charlotte], 2 f 5-9 [Nancy, Sarah], 1 f 30-39 [Elizabeth]; 2 engaged in manufacturing
- ↑ South Hanover, Jefferson, Indiana, in United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 370, Fam 383, Primary quality.
Reese, John, 54, male, blacksmith, RE = $700, b. KY
, Wm. A. 21, male, student, b. IN, at school
, Sarah E., 20, female, b. IN
, Elizabeth, 43, female, b. KY
, Robert S., 18, male, student, b. IN, at school
, Nancy, 16, female, b. IN, at school
, Charlotte A., 14, female, b. IN, at school
, Mary J., 12, female, b. IN, at school
, Martha J., 8, female, b. IN, at school
, Mira E., 4, female, b. IN
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 12.2 Alexander Reese, 22 July 1852 to Mary E. Graham, in Reece Family Letters II, Primary quality.
You ask me about Father! My dear cousin how shall I tell you? I have no father. It is too true! Little did I think when I grasped his hand at the river this spring and bid him farewell that I should never see that dear good old father again in this world. That I should never again meet him till that time when I hope by God’s grace to met him in the mansions of Eternal rest. The circumstances of his death are briefly these: Father reached New Orleans the 8th day of May. His health was very good and he took passage, as he informed in his last letter, on board the “Caspian”, a Red River packet bound for Shreveport. His design was to cross over into Texas with the intention of of hunting a place to locate if he liked the country. The last letter he wrote was dated New Orleans May 11th – The next day we suppose the boat left for Shreveport. Father said that he was threatened with diarrhoea but thought it was nothing serious. That was the last we heard of him till about two weeks ago when we received a letter from the clerk of the boat informing us that “Mr. John Reese had taken passage on board the Caspian, that on the night of the 13th he took unwell and died on the 14th at 3 o’clock P. M. He had cholera”. Such was the purport of the letter. The Clerk Mr. I. M. Thompson, also stated that he had received all the attention in their power. He stated that he died easy and was willing to meet his God. He was buried 3 miles above Grand Ecore. The clerk said he had written to us once before but we never got the letter. I wrote to him immediately instructing him where to ship his trunk and gun and desiring all the particulars of his death and his burial. I have as yet received no answer to my letter.
- ↑ 13.0 13.1 John Reese [Jr.] - d. 1854, Probate in Clark County, Indiana, in Reece Family Probate, Primary quality.
- ↑ The history of Johnson County, and particularly of the First Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, implies that John Reese was there about about 1828-29. However, the deed of his purchase of a town lot in Franklin in 1832 states that he is resident at that time in Jefferson County, and Records of the New Washington Baptist Church of Clark County, Indiana place his wife as a member of that church in the summer of 1829.
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