Category Archives: Reeves

Will of Thomas Reeves, Washington County, Iowa

Will of Thomas Reeves, who died in 1846, Washington County, Iowa Transcribed by Leslie Lewis The original spelling and punctuation have been retained In the name of god, amen– I Thomas Reeves, of being weak of body, but of Sound … Continue reading

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Road Trip 2012

ROAD TRIP, August 13-29, 2012 Monday, August 13 – Pete and I drove my car to Seattle so that we could leave his Blazer in our carport at home and my Corolla at Mom and Dad’s. Dad then drove Mom, … Continue reading

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Jane Reeves, lost sister found

I’m so excited, I couldn’t sleep! So I’m up early at the computer…. The detective work of genealogy is just so fun! Last night I “discovered” Jane Reeves. I mean, I didn’t really discover her, but she took on an identity and … Continue reading

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50th birthday road trip adventure, June-July 2009

When my brother turned 50 he had a big birthday bash at a Mexican restaurant with friends, family, food, drinks, and Karaoke. It was a lot of fun. Knowing I was the next in line, people began asking me what I … Continue reading

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Seeking Mary Reeves

When I first set out on my fabulous genealogy road trip in the summer of 2009, I had a wish list of information I wanted to find in various counties across a dozen or so Midwest states. One of these … Continue reading

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I love my life!

Funny how much pleasure you can get from new discoveries. For me, I love shining a light on individuals and families from the past, my past. Yesterday I sat in the local LDS Family History Library where I viewed microfilmed deeds … Continue reading

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