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Robert Reed, Jr.
b.est. 1760
d.1835
m. abt. 1746
  1. Alexander Reed1748 - 1816
  2. Jean Reedest 1750 -
  3. Robert Reed, Jr.est 1760 - 1835
  4. Elizabeth Reedest 1774 -
  5. Thomas Reedest 1775 - 1801
  6. John Reedest 1778 -
  7. Deborah Reedbef 1785 - 1818
  8. Isabella Reedbef 1785 - est 1821-1829
  9. Agnes Reedbef 1785 -
  • HRobert Reed, Jr.est 1760 - 1835
  • WIsabel Walkerbef 1770 -
m. 19 JAN 1790
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Name Robert Reed, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth? est. 1760
Marriage 19 JAN 1790 Augusta County, Virginiato Isabel Walker
Death[1] 1835

Robert Reed was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Page 478.--1st March, 1785. Thomas Stevenson's will--To son-in-law, George Poage, 1 shilling; to grandson, George Poage, 1 shilling; to grandson, John Poage; to Agness Reed; to Joseph Hannah; to Deborah Reed; to Isabel Reed; to Alex. Reed; what money Henry King owes to be given to the poor if got from him; 20 shillings to pale in the church yard; to Robert Reed, Jr. Executors, Alex. Reed and David Gibson. Teste: John Campbell, Thomas Willson, Jno. Dixon. Proved, 16th August, 1785, by Wilson and Dixon. Executors qualify.
  • Vol. 2 - Walker vs. Campbell (Connelly)--O. S. 20; N. S. 7--Bill filed in Augusta, 1789. Isabella and Barbara Walker, infants, by Hugh Donaghe, against Robert and Elizabeth Walker et als. Oratrices were daughters of Alexander Walker, who died testate in Augusta; will dated 20th November, 1774; bill for settlement. Administrators' accounts show, 1774, cash paid Thomas Connelly, husband to Margaret (daughter of Alexr.). May, 1793, abates as to Isabella by her marriage with Robert Reed.
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    Robert Reed Jr.
    Robert, the second, is first mentioned in Chalkley's volume II as
    a tithable along with his father in 1783. He married Isabella Walker in Augusta County on January 19, 1790. He remained in the same area all his life. There are several deed transactions, all in the same area. He died in 1835.

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