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(Ruth and Ester, went to Pennsylvania \(where Ester married a Mackay and \ Ruth never married\), sons )Tj T* /T1_0 1 Tf T* (for the records after the uncle's death in 1738. 14 0 0 14 46 460.7756 Tm BT At a hearing for one of )Tj Using plantation names to locate ancestors can be difficult because the name of a plantation may have been changed through the years and because the sizeable number of large farms must have resulted in lots of duplication of plantation names. /T1_2 1 Tf T* T* There is a problem with your email/password. The Welsh version of the name \ is Rhys. q (Religion became the focus of Joseph's life. 0 18 612 756 re or. Q BT ET /T1_2 1 Tf 0 18 612 756 re 0 0 0 rg EMC BT ( )Tj )Tj (never received the place he rightly deserved to occupy." ET /T1_0 1 Tf 14 0 0 14 184.598 717.1756 Tm His move )Tj (http://tomesnyder.name/EvanRees/rasco-10.htm)Tj The petition followed the murder by a band of C\ herokees of Col. John Sevier's )Tj /T1_1 1 Tf 0000028954 00000 n James Owen (1784–1865), American politician, planter, major-general and businessman, he owned the enslaved scholar Omar ibn Said. (central South Carolina. This photo was not uploaded because this cemetery already has 20 photos, This photo was not uploaded because you have already uploaded 5 photos to this cemetery. (\(6.\) DAR members based on Joseph's record include Mrs. Ruth Owen \(Lut\ her W.\) Moore No. T* Reese Family Plantation Cemetery map address, GPS coordinates and phone number. (In 1818, about the time some of their children were moving to Alabama, E\ phraim and Nancy sold some of )Tj Even though the colonies expand\ ed faster than the church could )Tj 1, p. 84: Green 102\). endstream endobj 36 0 obj<>stream )Tj W* n )Tj trailer f \(N-8\))Tj Verify and try again. T* Plantation names were not shown on the census. 0000028833 00000 n 615 Plantation Pointe Dr , Elgin, SC 29045-9198 is currently not for sale. 2.857 -2.557 Td By this time, Baylis was a county judge. Reese was several months pregnant at the time. 0000028526 00000 n Using plantation names to locate ancestors can be difficult because the name of a plantation may have been changed through the years and because the sizeable number of large farms must have resulted in lots of duplication of plantation names. 0 -2.557 TD He was both a Boaner\ ges ['which means Sons of )Tj (\(pp. The register below, transcribed by Alana Thevenet, records the names of patients treated at the Hopkins Turn Out hospital just south of Columbia, SC. /T1_0 1 Tf )Tj (politically active, members of the area. Plantation Records: Slaves at Pinckney Island Plantation of Charles C. Pinckney, Beaufort, 1826 Indexed by Nancy Berry; Slaves in the Estate of Eliza Pinckney, Santee, Georgetown County, SC, 1863 Indexed by Toni Carrier; Slaves at Eldorado and Fannymead Plantations of Mrs. F.M Pinckney, SC… )Tj 0 0 0 RG T* A truer patriot than )Tj /T1_1 1 Tf 0 -1.2 TD 14 0 0 14 6 752.9756 Tm Largest selection of top quality Landscape, Seasonal and House Plants in the Columbia area. (provide services on the frontier, Baptist preachers were jailed for reli\ gious activities in Virginia in the )Tj /WebCaptureFN <>BDC ( b. November 7, 1774, d. 1821, unmarried. \(N-7\))Tj T* T* (The union of Laban Taylor Rasco I \(#4.\) and Sarah Reese in Kentucky in\ 1804 provided latter day )Tj John Giessendanner started keeping a record book of Oran\ geburg, South Carolina births, )Tj W* n T* T* Special characters are not allowed. (BECOMES FRONTIER BAPTIST)Tj (http://tomesnyder.name/EvanRees/rasco-10.htm)Tj /Artifact <>BDC (trader as were many young men of that era. /T1_2 1 Tf Place the pin on the map to plot a location. )Tj (The records have not been located for the marriage of Ephraim to Anna \(\ Nancy\) Earle, a member of the )Tj 2006-05-20T16:09:35-05:00 Ephraim entered 200 )Tj (slaves he owned \(Simmons: )Tj (to have )Tj (f. )Tj /Artifact <>BDC Very soon after he entered the )Tj Ephraim was paid for a total of 126 days of duty \(Stub In\ dents X pt. (\(Altum?\) Raiford? History. (Genealogy of )Tj T* 0000000412 00000 n The last child, John Altum, was \ born of Joseph's second wife, )Tj The 2,367 sq. 1 1 1 rg The cemetery is the earliest intact resource associated with the establishment of the Hopkins community centering on John Hopkins’ ca. He an\ d )Tj If you want to view this property for sale or have question contact us at 843.478.8061. 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Perhaps their )Tj Zion Pilgrim Cemetery Find a Grave Hopkins Census Records. (Chapter Notes: Reese Family \(pp. -1.211 -2.557 Td (taxes. (Charles remained in Delaware where after a few years he died and his fam\ ily went to Pennsylvania, )Tj )Tj ])Tj 0 Tc 0 Tw 0 Ts 100 Tz 0 Tr 9 0 0 9 18 780.17 Tm Reese Family Plantation Cemetery Find a Grave . 0000001892 00000 n /T1_0 1 Tf Other denominations \(other than Anglican\) were not recogni\ zed until 1778. ET Eva\ n and his family moved to the )Tj (helping enlist citizens to overthrow the English government in the colon\ ies. /T1_0 1 Tf BT (Nancy had five children and lived in the up country at that time \(Green\ 58\). )Tj 0 -1.2 TD endstream endobj 37 0 obj<>stream 1834 Events since 2007. 0 0 0 rg T* EMC 0 Tc 0 Tw 0 Ts 100 Tz 0 Tr 9 0 0 9 18 780.17 Tm T* /T1_0 1 Tf 0 -1.2 TD 0000028919 00000 n ( b. April 18, 1779, married Mary Howell, five children. Each contributor can upload a maximum of 5 photos for a cemetery. /Artifact <>BDC DeAndre Hopkins Says He Hopes to Buy SC Plantations That Bear His Family Name Scott Polacek ... one day I can buy all those plantations." 0000000006 00000 f The Rev. PLANTATION NAMES. Thanks for your help! T* BT T* (The tracks of our branch of the Reese family start in Delaware, go south\ to Richiand County, South )Tj 0 -2.557 TD Plantation names were not shown on the census. ET Select Photo(s) General photo guidelines: Photos larger than 8.0 MB will be reduced. Reese is also spelled )Tj /T1_0 1 Tf BT Edgar Nathan Reese Jr. • Ieda B Baker • Conda Lee Reese • Nick Allen Reese • Shelia Faye Baker • Gary Neal Baker • Samantha Baker • Jeremy Baker . 0 -1.2 TD (in 1786. T* (Evan Reese recorded 250 acres on Raifords Creek in 1747 \(Plat Book IV: \ 382\)\(Townsend 145\). W* n (JOSEPH REESE I, b. T* /T1_0 1 Tf (whose descendants were in the nearby Pendleton, South Carolina area befo\ re some moved to Alabama. (infirm" \(Green 57\) and Ephraim, the oldest son, may have had to assume\ duties at home. 0000013856 00000 n T* BT Catawba, SC • Charlotte, NC • Richmond, KY • Lexington, KY • Norfolk, VA . 0000000757 00000 n Jos\ eph married second Sarah )Tj 0 -1.2 TD (until 1766. startxref John is related to John Reese and Amy Marie Gilpin as well as 2 additional people. /T1_2 1 Tf (frontier of South Carolina about 1745. application/pdf )Tj 0 -1.2 TD /Section <>BDC Details follow below. The spreadsheet upload feature is disabled during this preview version of Find a Grave. Record\ s of other Reese families of )Tj BT 1775, with its present historic wall and stile built ca. )Tj q /T1_0 1 Tf /T1_0 1 Tf William Howell donated about an acre of land about three miles f\ rom Joseph's home and a )Tj 0 18 612 756 re (or uncle is unknown. Little is known )Tj )Tj Philip Mulky who baptised him. 0 -2.557 TD BT 0000002619 00000 n Karen Mershell Barnes. /T1_1 1 Tf 0 -2.557 TD T* EMC His name )Tj (\(Green 57\))Tj Please try again later. (Polly C. Reese)Tj 138 Willie I Reese Rd, Hopkins, SC 29061 was sold in 138 Willie I Reese Rd, Hopkins, SC 29061. /T1_0 1 Tf ET If you have questions, please contact support@findagrave.com. 0000001675 00000 n Read Full Summary (1779 and Sarah is believed to be his mother. 342.322 391.459 l EMC ET County seat:Spartanburg T* Phone. 555147 both in )Tj Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. based on information from your browser. )Tj Joseph Reese include:)Tj )Tj ET (Demaris Reese)Tj Unforgettable Memories. (Charleston area for many years. Both were fro\ m Wales. Translation on Find a Grave is an ongoing project. 0000000004 65535 f T* 0 -2.557 TD T* BT T* /T1_0 1 Tf /T1_1 1 Tf The Reese family originated in Wales and our branch of the the family settled first in a section of Pennsylvania which later became Delaware. (descendants of this branch of the Rasco family with several interesting \ ancestors through the maternal )Tj Becoming a Find a Grave member is fast, easy and FREE. ( b. in South Carolina. Drag images here or select from your computer, Oops, we were unable to send the email. See more of **Reese Creek Plantation** on Facebook. T* T* Of Edward Hampton, )Tj (Congaree section of South Carolina about 1745 \(N-2\). 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Reese Hopkins officially began his radio career in April 2001 as a writer for the Star & Buc Wild radio show at Hot 97. 1732/36)Tj 1 The best result we found for your search is John A Reese age 80+ in Columbia, SC in the Dentsville neighborhood. )Tj T* (Joseph Reese)Tj 16.1538 0 0 16.1538 157.95 718.8327 Tm 218 people like this. /Artifact <>BDC 0000000024 00001 f The last recor\ d found for Evan's wife Sarah was a )Tj 0 -1.2 TD 0000029235 00000 n 0000000578 00000 n 0 0 0 rg In the years between 1865 and 1872, the Freedmen’s Bureau provided inpatient and outpatient medical care to Freedmen and poor whites at hospitals established in the former slaveholding states. (Daniel Hampton Reese)Tj 0000000641 00000 n 0 0 0 rg 0 -1.2 TD Hopkins stayed in that position until 2005. His nephew the Rev. 0 -2.557 TD (Christian County. 0000001253 00000 n T* (SOUTH CAROLINA PIONEERS)Tj Hopkinson Plantation - Johns Island Charleston County South Carolina SC: Hopkinson Plantation – Johns Island – Charleston County . T* )Tj ( b. /T1_0 1 Tf 0.9 0.9 0.9 rg /T1_2 1 Tf At the end of Reese's tenure, the membership was at 130\ . Your password must be at least 8 characters, Please check the I'm not a robot checkbox, If you want to be a Photo Volunteer you must enter a ZIP Code or select your location on the map. endstream endobj 39 0 obj<>stream (to South Carolina has been accepted as a basis for membership in the DAR\ \(N-6\). T* /T1_1 1 Tf /Artifact <>BDC T* (Joseph is said to have served as a chaplain to some of the Whig troops i\ n the Revolution \(Green 102\). He )Tj Ephraim and Nancy had five children including\ Sarah who married Labon )Tj From December 2007 to October 2008, he hosted a mid day show for Boston station WRKO. 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