6 edition of The Nathan Reids of Virginia in the march of freedom found in the catalog.
by Portals Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||176|
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Private J. W. Reid of the Fourth South Carolina Infantry wrote several letters to his family between July 23 and J , from the vicinity of the first Manassas battlefield. The following is a compilation of four letters excerpted from Reid's book, History of the Fourth Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers (pp. ), first published in. This book recounts the three months of protest that took place before Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s landmark march from Selma, Alabama, to Montgomery.
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The Nathan Reids of Virginia in the march of freedom Unknown Binding – January 1, by Elizabeth Reid Austin (Author)Author: Elizabeth Reid Austin. The Nathan Reids of Virginia in the march of freedom. [Elizabeth Reid Austin; Helen Reid Roberts] -- The Reid family immigrated from Scotland about to.
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The Nathan Reids of Virginia in the march of freedom by Elizabeth Reid Austin; 1 edition; First published in Most of the trees involving Nathaniel have as at least a portion of their source, the Book "The Nathan Reids of Virginia in the March of Freedom".I recently received copies of pages from that book, primarily looking to see the sources used by the unately, *all* of the facts regarding Thomas and Joseph were from a single source, namely an unpublished genealogy by Etta Margaret Wells.
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The source for names and dates of Thomas and his children are from the Family Bible of Joseph and Anne (Gordon) Reid, dated Most of the trees involving Nathaniel have as at least a portion of their source, the Book "The Nathan Reids of Virginia in the March of Freedom".
I recently received copies of pages from that book, primarily looking to see the sources used by the authors. He lived in Virginia until after the war, but was given grants of lands in the Old Pendleton District of South Carolina in compensation for his war service, and he and his family moved to that District in upper South Carolina.
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On March 4, in Amherst County Virginia she was married to her cousin, Alexander Reid, the son of James Reid and Annes Reid. Soon after their marriage they migrated to Shelby County Kentucky.
Contrary to the obituary, the couple had a total of nine children, eight of whom survived to adulthood, and six of whom were alive at the time of Jane. Myne Owne Ground Pdf Download -- This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
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