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Descendants of Father '1st Gen' McBrayer

11. JAMES3 MCBRAYER (JAMES2, FATHER '1ST GEN'1) was born Bef. 1779 in PA or VA, and died Bet. 1820 - 1830 in Franklin Co. or Anderson Co., KY.. He married NANCY 'NAOMI' HENDRICKS January 11, 1793 in Mercer Co., KY. She died Aft. 1830.

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James' nickname may have been 'Chad'. James and Hugh were hobbling the horses for the night when a band of Indians came out of the woods and captured Hugh. James was able to escape across the river and alert the fort. See the notes under James' brother, Hugh.

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Fact 1: 1820, Franklin Co., KY census, pg 148
Fact 2: 1830, Anderson Co., KY census, pg 97

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The 1830 U.S. Census for Anderson Co., pg 97, lists as head of household, a 'Naomi' McBrayer, but the ages of herself and children correspond with those of other records. Also a wife by the name of Naomi is united with James on a deed dated in 1806 (Deed Bk B, pg 163, Franklin Co. Clerk's Office). This leads us to believe that his wife's name may have been as listed above - Naomi. Also "Marriage Bonds and Consents 1786 - 1850" (submitted by Cathie Hargreaves) lists her as "NAOMI HENDRAKES"; date of marriage was shown as 14 Jan 1794; bondsman was JAMES PAUL, Bride's mother was MARY HENDRAKES.

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Name 2: Naomi Hendrakes

Marriage Notes for J
Married by Rev. John Rice. (Register of Kentucky - Historical Society, Mercer Co., KY)

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Marriage: January 11, 1793, Mercer Co., KY
Marriage Fact: Married by Rev. John Rice
Children of J
  iii.   SARAH MCBRAYER, m. RICHARD HACKLEY, November 01, 1831, Anderson Co., KY.
Marriage: November 01, 1831, Anderson Co., KY

52. iv.   PRESTON MCBRAYER, b. 1799, KY; d. 1839, KY.
53. v.   ELIZABETH MCBRAYER, b. Abt. 1800, KY.
54. vi.   MALINDA MCBRAYER, b. October 10, 1819, Louisville, KY; d. March 09, 1899, MO.
  vii.   JOHN MCBRAYER, b. Bef. 1830; m. SARAH GILPIN, October 05, 1837, Anderson Co., KY.
  Marriage Notes for JOHN MCBRAYER and SARAH GILPIN:
      There is speculation as to the validity of the information concerning the marriage as listed.

Marriage: October 05, 1837, Anderson Co., KY

  viii.   LAVINIA MCBRAYER, b. Bef. 1830; m. JAMES HENRY PATTERSON, August 20, 1836, Anderson Co., KY.
Marriage: August 20, 1836, Anderson Co., KY

12. MARY3 MCBRAYER (DAVID2, FATHER '1ST GEN'1) was born Bet. 1735 - 17407. She married ROBERT SLOAN8. He was born 1738 in Lancaster (now Franklin Co.) Co., PA, and died March 04, 1816 in Salem Twp, Westmoreland Co., PA.
Children of M
  i.   MARY4 SLOAN, m. RANDALL COWDEN, OH; b. Ohio ?.
Marriage: OH

  iii.   SUZANNAH SLOAN, d. Aft. 1816; m. JOHN SLOAN.
  iv.   ANN SLOAN, b. 1765, now Franklin Co., PA; d. 1802, PA; m. JOHN COWDEN, 1787, Westmoreland Co., PA.
Marriage: 1787, Westmoreland Co., PA

55. v.   JOHN SLOAN, b. 1774, Franklin Co., PA; d. March 16, 1852, Westmoreland Co., PA.

13. ESTHER3 MCBRAYER (DAVID2, FATHER '1ST GEN'1)9,10 was born Abt. 1747 in Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania, and died Bef. November 21, 1822 in Franklin, Pennsylvania. She married ANDREW REID March 24, 1769 in Lancaster Co., PA - by Rev. John Cuthbertson. He was born Abt. 1733 in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, and died May 1819 in Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania.

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From the files of Dan Cook: He states that: "Esther and her four sisters escaped death as children, when for some unknown reason, they were not in school on the 25th of July, 1764, when it was attacked by three Delaware Indians who killed the schoolmaster and 10 pupils." (note: Esther would have been about 17 years of age in 1764. It is doubtful that she would have been attending school at this late age.)

Her name was spelled Ester in her will, however she signed with her mark.

--Source 1; date; Nov. 1822; She was said to be 83 by a grandson, Thomas S. Reid, but it appears to this source that the age was more likely Esther's mother, Elizabeth MacBrayer's age at death;
--Source 7; her will was entered for probate, 21 Nov 1822;

Wills and Administration, Franklin County, PA, Vol. C, p. 621.
Will of Ester Reed of Antrim Twp., widow of Andrew Reed of Antrim Twp. Dated July 24, 1822 -- Prob/ Nov. 21, 1822. Daus: Martha, widow of Thomas Sloan, Elizabeth mar. to James White. Ester mar. to Wm. Ross, Mary mar. to Wm. Stewart, Susan mar. to Wm. K. Alexander.
Exe.: Son Wm. Reed
Wit: David Fullerton & John Sites.

      Will of Ester Reed---Be it remembered that I Ester Reed, of Antrim Township Widow and relict of Andrew Reed Dec'd of Antrim Township, Franklin County, & State of Pennsylvania do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner form following viz. First I will and Allow that all my debts and funeral charges be paid and fully satisfied--Second I will and alow all my Estate which I may die ropeped of to be equally divided betwext my daughters viz; Martha, Widow of Thos. Sloan, Elizabeth Intermarried with James White, Ester Intermarried with William Ross, Mary Intermarried with William Stewart, Susan Intemarried with William H. Alexander. Share and Share alike my Will is that if any of my Daughters should wish to take any of my property at the appraisment they are at liberty to do so, to the amount of their share at any time before my Exctr. hereinafter named makes a sale, and it is my Will that all my property not taken be sold at public sale---Lastly, I do herby appoint my Son William Reed Executor of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all Wills by me had or made and confirming this & this alone to be my last Will and Testament in Witness whereof I have herunto set my hand and Seal this 24th day of July 1822, Signed, Sealed & Declared in presence of John Sites, David Fullerton

Ester (her mark) Reid

      Franklin County, On the 21st day of November, A.D. 1822, Before me ----for Franklin County, pesonally appeared John Sites and David Fullerton the Witnesses to the written and foregoing instrument of writing who have duly sworn and doth depose and say that they were present and saw Esther Reed now dec' make her mark unto and heard her publish the said instrument as and for her last will and testament and that at the time of doing thereof the said Dec', was of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding according to the best of the knowledge and belief and that their names therto subsented as witnesses and of their own proper hands writing done at the same time.

Sworn and subscribed, David Fullerton, John Sites, Before Jos Culbertson, Register. 21st November 1822 the Executor, Sworn, Will and truly to execute this Will, file inventory and settle in one year or when thereto lawfully required, Jos Culbertson. A true copy taken from the Original--Jos Culbertson, Register.

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Much of the documentation on this line of the family has come from the following sources.

1. "Revolutionary Ancestors," Dr. Reid Stewart, partial copy in possession of Robert Reid after FGR 64;
2."Diary of Rev. John Cuthbertson,1751-1791," entries of March 24, 1769 and Feb. 18,1773, in Franklin Co., Historical Society Library
3."Indiana County, 175th Anniversary History," Clarence D Stephenson, Vol. IV, 1983, pp 292,293, after FGR 32;
4. "David Reid, His Ancestors and Descendents," by Ezra Ray Whitla. prepared prior to 1917, copy in possession of Robert Reid
5. "Descendents of William Stewart" Alan Beal data included after FGR 64-6;
6. Letter, Reid W. Stewart, dated 26 Nov 1988, in possession of Robert Reid after FGR 64;
7. Will,Esther Reed, Will Book "C", p. 620;
8. Will, Andrew Reed, transcript included with Sorce 6; Will Book "C", p. 432;
9. IGI, 1988 Edition, Batch 8776705
10. LDS Ancestral File--AFN-G33F-39
11. "Pioneer Families of the Conococheague Settlement, The McBrayer-Reed - Reid Family of Antrim Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania," Reid Stewart, Draft, 1991, copy in possession of Robert Reid;
12. "History of Franklin County, 1887," p. 560,
13. "American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin Co., PA," Compiled by Virginia Fendrick for the DAR, 1969; from V. Series, Vol. 6, p. 291, "Pennsylvania Archives", 1906;
14. "DAR Patriot Index, Centennial Edition," Part III. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Centennial Administration. Washington, D. C. 1990. p. 2420.
15. "DAR Lineage Book," Louise Pearsons Dolliver, Historian General. Vol. XX. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Washington, D. C., 1897. p. 357. Miss Alice Reid, Applicant;
16. Kimberly Ann Bailey (DAR file 736246). (Hurlbut files)
17. PA Archives, Revolutionary Records, 5th Series, Vol. 6; DAR file 416388. Gertrude Hunter Bailey.
18. US Census, 1790; Franklin Co., PA;
19. "History of Pennsylvania, Part 1, Samuel P. Bates, Chicago, IL; Warner, Beers & Co., 1887, Chap. 22, Borough of Greencastle, Old Churces and Cemeteries, p. 544;
20. "Life Of an old Political Journalist" by T.S. Reid. 1870, copy included after T.S. Reid FGR
21. DAR Application # 19977, Alice Reid, 26 May 1897, Copy after FGR 64-11-5-1;
22. The MacBriar Family Association, McBrayer/Brier/Makbrar, 4th National Reunion Special Edition, March 1997, and Vol. 8 No. 3, July 1997 copy after David McBrayer FGR;

Family tradition says Andrew Reed was born in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, about 1733, but his brother John Reed resided in the townland of Clogher, County Londonderry, according to a letter written in 1805.

" Andrew Reed the immigrant seems to have used the Irish spelling of the name "Reed", but all his children reverted to the Scottish spelling of "Reid".

--Source 2; p. 97, 1769 March 24 " rode and walked 4 miles from D.M's, married And. Reid ast Esther McBryar; received 15 shillings. John Wat. and David Mitchell were quarreling" (Then rode 15 miles to James Mithchells' on 25th); "Diary of Rev. John Cuthbertson,1751-1791," entries of March 24, 1769 and Feb. 18,1773, in Franklin Co., Historical Society Library
--Source 3; Esther McBrayer; place was in then Cumberland Co., PA, now Franklin Co., PA;

--Source 3; date, May 1819;
--Source 6; date, May 1819;
--Source 11; date;
--Source 13; date; 11 Jan 1819;
--Source 8; will dated 11 Jan 1819 and probated 15 May 1819;
--Source 14; date, 25 Mar 1819;
--Source 15; year, place; gives year as 1804;
--Source 16; date, place; Antrim Twp., Franklin County, PA; 11 Jan 1819;

--Source 6 & 11; place; " Andrew Reid may have been buried on his farm, or in the Brown's Mill cemetery some distance away."
--Source 22; place; "Adjacent to the school is the Old Brown's Mill Graveyard containing the graves of many early settlers. There are at least 17 Revolutionary War veterans interred here, including family member Andrew Reed."

--Source 3; During the Revolution he served in the Cumberland Co., militia beginning 23 Oct 1777 and again later;
--Source 6 & 11; He served as a private in the Cumberland County Militia in the 3rd Co. of the 8th Batt. under his neighbor Capt. James Poe prior to the reorganization of the militia in 1780 and following this in the 7th Co. of the 1st Batt. under Capt John Wood;
--Source 13; Served under Captain Patrick Jack;
--Source 14; "Reed: Read, Rhead, Reid, Rieth, Andrew: b ca 1743 IR d a 3-25-1819 PA m Esther McBriar Pvt. PA
--Source 15 & 21; The following information is included in the DAR Lineage Book. "Lineage Book," Louise Pearsons Dolliver, Historian General. Vol. XX. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Washington, D. C., 1897. p. 357. "MISS ALICE REID, 19977 (Uses Source 12 above, p. 185,) Born in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania; Descendant of Andrew Reid.; Daughter of William Andrew Reid and Emma Snively, his wife.; Granddaughter of Robert Reid and Grizel Peden, his wife.; Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Reid and Esther McBride, his wife.
Andrew Reid, (1753-1804), enlisted 1777 under Capt. James Poe, Franklin County, Pennsylvania militia, Co. 3, Eighth Battalion. He was born in Ireland,came to America, 1775, settled in Antrim Township, Pennsylvania, where he died.
Born in Antrim Co., Ireland; served as a high private for two years.
--Source 17; Service of Andrew Reid: Capt. James Poe's Company, Cumberland Co. Militia, 1777; Capt. John Wood's 7th Co., 1st Battalion, Cumberland Co. Militia, under Lt. Col. James Johnston 18 Aug 1780 - 7 May 1781. Franklin County formed from Cumberland Co. in 1784.
--Source 22; "The highlight of the reunion took place Saturday afternoon with the dedication of the memorial plaques in the Old Brown's Mill Graveyard south of Chambersburg. As the ceremony began, the bag pipe played as it did at other appropriate times during the ceremonies. Chief Bob welcomed those present and Terrell McBrayer gave the invocation, Reid Stewart gave the dedication address. Following this, Lillian Colletta of the DAR dedicated a marker for Andrew Reed, a Revolutionary War Veteran. Reid Stewart, as his descendant, placed a flag in the marker holder. Mary Baker then led the Pledge of Allegiance. Reid Stewart thanked the DAR for their participation in the ceremonies, and the dedication program closed with a dedication by Terrell McBrayer." Memorial marker text--"Andrew Reed c. 1733-1819 Rev. War Vet. His wife Ester McBrayer 1748-1822"

--1751--Source 3; "---came to America, c. 1751 as a fugitive in the hold of a ship, after having struck a British official during a dispute over the division of shocks of grain in a field. After arrival in America he came to Antrim Township, Franklin Co., PA
--1751--Source 6 & 11; Andrew Reed left Ireland and emigrated to America as a fugitive from British tyranny.
--1760--Source 4; Andrew Reid came to America about 1760;
--5 Feb 1770--Source 3 & 11; Andrew purchased property from his step-father
David McBrayer in, Antrim Twp., Cumberland (now Franklin) Co., Pennsylvania and named it "Reed's Purchase" ; (Source 6);
--1786--Source 12; p. 560; Andrew Reid was included in list of taxables;
--1790--Source 17; The 1790 census of heads of families for Pennsylvania, listed the following for that portion of Franklin County that included Antrim Twp.

Name Males 16+ Males<16 Females
Reed, Andw 2 4 6

The information that is available on dates shows 2 males definitely 16 or over and 3 males definitely under 16. It shows that one, Thomas, could be 15 or 16.
If he was 15, then numbers would be 2 and 6. The census, however, calls for 6 females but the available information shows only 5. This is, however, probably the Andrew Reid family of interest. Two names away is a James Reed with 5 females in the family. About 15 names away is a William Reed with 1 male over 16, 1 male under 16 and 2 females. It is possible that these are relatives. There is a strong possibility of a relationship between the families. There are at least 7 other Reed heads of household in the county.

Finally, one person shows a Ruth as a daughter of Andrew Reed. If she did, in fact, exist and was born before 1790, then the numbers would fit perfectly for Andrew Reid of interest.

--1792--Source 17; p. 544; The `Old White Church' in Greencastle, was erected in 1792. It stood on the south side of Baltimore Street, east end of the town. It was made of logs and clapboards and painted white. The deed to the church lot was made by James McLanahan and John Allison and the trustees, George Gelby, George Clark, Andrew Reid, John Cunningham and James Crooks."

In 1826 the Presbyterian Church called "Old Red Meeting House" was united in faith with the "Old White Church". A brick church was erected in Greencastle and the original pasters relocated.

--Probate began on 25 March 1819. Will. Witness: John McLanahan of James.

--SOURCE 1; "Andrew Reid's sense of justice became outraged one summer in early manhood when an agent collecting tithes in the grain field took shocks or stocks belonging to his father and not to the church of Ireland or the Anglican Church. Andrew's fist clenched, his arm swung, and came in contact with the agent's lower jaw in a shattering manner. The arm of the law would soon be upon Andrew so he gathered a few belongings and went off by night to the coast to persuade a sea captain to give him passage. Fortunately for later generations, he succeeded in his escape.

"After landing in Pennsylvania, he made his way westward into the wide, fertile Cumberland Valley in the latter 1760's. Andrew Reed's journey ended in Antrim Township, Cumberland (now Franklin Co., Pa.).

"At 36 this Ulster Scot, or as we call him in this country, Scotch-Irishmen, cast an eye upon the fair lasses and found one Esther McBrayer to his liking, and what was equally important, he to her liking. She was one of five lovely daughters of David and Elizabeth McBrayer who had come to the valley in 1737 among the earliest inhabitants. .....

"Andrew not only took to himself a wife, but he also purchase his father-in-law's farm of 219 1/2 acres February 5, 1770 and registered the old warrant for the property under the title "Reed's Purchase". By the time of the Revolutionary War three bairns romped across the floor.

"When the war clouds broke, Andrew Reed served as early as Oct. 23 1777 in the Cumberland County Militia as a private 6th Class, in the Third Company of the Eighth Battalion under Captain James Poe, his neighbor and friend who later attested that the signature on Andrew Reed's will was "the proper hand writing of Andrew Reid." After the reorganization of the militia in 1780, Andrew served under Captain John Wood in the Seventh Company of the First Battalion.

"Providence smiled upon the Reed plantation as Andrew Termed his farm on Conococheague Creek, locally known as the "Gig". The Reed 'mansion' boasted Windsor chairs, a tea table, a corner cupboard, two small glasses (mirrors), a breakfast table, a dining table, a small table,and a set of books among other things.

"At the time of his death in May 1819, his barn housed nine horses, ten steers, five milk cows, eleven calves, sixteen pigs, and sixteen sheep, and garnered in the grainery were 220 bushels of wheat, 100 of rye, 70 of corn, and 25 of oats with 12 acres in wheat and 13 acres in rye. One pounds of bacon also hung in the pantry.

"The table in the Reed house groaned with the weight of abundance, and there were always hungry appetites with five boys and five girls growing up in the house.

"Andrew Reed was a substantial and respected member of his community. Following the Revolution economic conditions declined and many former soldiers received depreciation land rights as pay. Andrew purchased these rights for hard cash which the veterans needed, purchasing 25,000 acres of land in Ohio which an unscrupulous lawyer named Irwin ended up primarily owning.

"Andrew Reed was elected a ruling elder of the Greencastle Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, serving as early as 1782 which is as far back as records exist for the congregation. He was one of the men who oversaw the construction of a large log church locally known as "The White church" a few years later.

"Andrew made at least one trip to Western Pennsylvania to visit a son (David) and family living there." (According to T.S. Reid, grandson, one trip was to take provisions over the mountains after the burning of David's cabin) "In 1786 Adrew Reed owned 219 acres, 4 horses, 4 cows, and one indentured servant, valued at 728 pounds. By 1807 his land and stock was valued at $3,580.

"The infirmities of age began to take their toll, and Andrew made his will January 11, 1819. In May, 1819, he was gathered to his fathers, full of years, much loved and honored, a venerable patriarch. His remains were probably buried Brown's Mill Burying Ground near his respected minister, Rev. Matthew Lind. His compatriot, Captain James Poe was also interred in this plot."

--Source 4; "From the best information I have secured I learn that the original progenitor of the Reid family in America was Andrew Reid. He came from North Ireland and was of what is commonly known as Scotch-Irish descent. His ancestors had been in Ireland but a few generations before his birth, and had originally come from the Reid settlement near Edinburgh, Scotland. Andrew Reid was compelled to leave Ireland because of trouble with a tax collector, and came to America about 1760. The vessel on which he sailed was searched by an officer of King George II in an endeavor to located him, as the offense of interference with a tax collector in those days was a serious one. However, the Captain, having taken a liking to him, secreted him in the vessels that he was not found and made his way safely to America.

"He married Esther McBriar, also of Scotch-Irish descent, and the only child of a Colonial farmer (wrong-not the only child). They had eleven children, six boys and five girls, but I have been able to learn the names of only seven, and have endeavored to trace only the descendants of David Reid, who is my great-grandfather.

--Source 11; "Andrew was a shoemaker, and his inventory recorded his tools;

--Source 20; "My grandfather, Andrew Reid, was a fugitive from British tyranny. When about eighteen years of age his father sent him to the harvest field along with the tithe-master, to divide the grain. The Johnny Bull claimed a shock that he knew was his father's. The disputed became violent, and Johnny's insolence becoming insufferable, the youth's Irish blood became master of his nerves and his right fist came in contact with Johnny's head with such force as to bring Johnny's head in contact with the ground, and according to British law, as defined by Blackstone, my grandfather's right arm must be confiscated and become the property of Johnny Bull---a little circumstance that, upon the eve of the moment, changed the location of the nervous attack from the right arm to my grandfather's heels, and as the wind was blowing westward, his corporeal system was put in motion in that direction, and was propelled with such force as in a few hours to lodge him in the hold of a vessel about to sail for America. That an Irishman should have the audacity to knock down one of King Georg the II's officers, and make his escape, was not To be thought of, and as a sequence his Majesty's minions were put upon the track, and the very vessel in which he was secreted was searched. But the Captain, being a noble fellow, ran the risk of what should follow if her were discovered, rather than give him up to the merciless laws of Great Britain. Of that part of his life, between the time of his shipping for America and his marriage, I have no tradition. He married an only child, a Miss Esther McBriar.

--Chapter 22, Borough of Greencastle, Old Churches and Cemeteries, from the book History of Pennsylvania, Part I, by Samuel P. Bates, Chicago, Warner, Beers & Co, 1887, p. 544;

In the name of God amen, I Andrew Reed of Antrim Township, Franklin County & State of Pennsylvania being old and infirm but of sound & disposing mind do make & ordain this my last Will & Testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
Imprimes, I will & bequeath to my beloved wife Ester a comfortable living off my Mansion place her choice of any part of my house she may choose, Two beds & bedcloths her choice of any part of my household furniture, her choice of two cows & one horse saddle and bridal to be maintained in food & pasturage on the place also to be furnished yearly during her Life with fifteen Bushells of Wheat & fifteen Bushell of corn, and a yearly Sum in Cash of fifty dollars - I will to my Sons David & Thomas a Tract of Land in Indiana County on which David now lives containing by patent three hundred seventy ------- be the sum more or less to them their heirs & assigns forever to be divided equally in quantity and quality allowing David his improvement which shall not go in the valuation.
My will is that my Sons divide this Tract if their views are not the same, or in other words if they do not agree in the division I wish each to choose a discreet Neighbor & those to choose a third which decision shall be final.
To my Sons William & John I will a Tract of Land in Westmoreland County containing Two hundred & seventy six Acres pattented To them their heirs & assigns to be equally divided as above. To my son Robert I will my Mansion place Subject to his mothers Dowry and payment of Legacys hereafter to him and his Assigns for ever. To my Daughters Martha, Elizabeth, Ester, Mary & Susana I will four hundred Dollars each to be paid by Robert within twelve Months after my Decease, each of my Daughters having got property when married which is not to be considered as any part of the beff'd four hundred dollars. To enable Robert to discharge all debts & legacys I will him my notes bonds & after my wife Ester has choice of my property before Devised the ballance of my personal estate I will to William & Robert -----two years on my Mansion place as formerly and then divide the Nat proceeds thereof.
My Lands in the State of Ohio, at present in dispute, any part that may be Found mine, I will equally to my children all expenses to be joint after my decease as to the land I will David the first choise of Ohio lands. I appoint my Sons William & Robert executors of this my Will. Witness my hand & seal 11th January 1819.

Andrew Reed (Seal)
Probated 15 May 1819;

Andrew was a shoe maker. David mentioned Andrew and Esther in his will in 1771 and on 5 Feb 1770 David and Elizabeth sold to him a tract of land containing 100 acres (land granted to David on 6 Feb 1755).

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Burial: Cumberland Co., PA11
Fact 1: January 18, 1771, Will written12
Fact 2: March 05, 1771, Will Probated
Fact 3: Settled Franklin Co. ca 1735
Fact 4: 1751, Taxed in Hopewell Twp, PA
Fact 5: 1753, Taxed in Hopewell Twp, PA
Fact 6: 1755, Warrent patented in Philadelphia on Conacochig Creek for 100 acres of land
Religion: Scottish Covenanter Church

Marriage Notes for E
They were married by Reverend John Cuthbertson, the first minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Church to arrive in America.

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Marriage 1: March 24, 1769, Lancaster Co., PA - by Rev. John Cuthbertson
Marriage 2: March 24, 1769, Antrim Twp, Cumberland, Pennsylvania
Marriage Fact: date from diary of Rev. John Cuthbertson
Children of E
56. i.   DAVID4 REID, b. January 1772, Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania; d. February 1863, Wheatland Twp, Indiana, Pennsylvania.
57. ii.   THOMAS REID, b. 1774, Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania; d. January 14, 1840.
58. iii.   MARTHA REID, b. 1775, Antrim Twp, Franklin Co, PA; d. October 01, 1833.
59. iv.   ELIZABETH REID, b. 1778, Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania; d. October 26, 1849.
60. v.   ESTHER CALDWELL REID, b. January 01, 1780, Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania; d. January 18, 1854, Lower Burrell, PA.
61. vi.   MARY 'POLLY' REID, b. 1782, Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania; d. November 22, 1843.
  vii.   ANDREW REID, JR., b. Abt. 1784, Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania.
  Notes for ANDREW REID, JR.:
Note:Andrew Reid, Jr. died young--not named in his father's will.

  viii.   WILLIAM REID, b. Abt. 1786, Antrim Twp, Franklin Co., PA; d. 1831, Franklin Co., PA.
  Notes for WILLIAM REID:
      He was named in father's will; bequeathed land in Westmoreland Co., PA with brother, John. Birthplace assumed.

  ix.   JOHN REID, b. Abt. 1788, Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania.
  Notes for JOHN REID:
      He died young; Name from father Andrew Reid's will. Birthplace assumed.

62. x.   SUSANNA REID, b. 1791, Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania; d. McConnellsburg, PA.
63. xi.   ROBERT REID, b. March 1795, Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania; d. May 10, 1845, Antrim Twp, Franklin, Pennsylvania.

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