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Zachariah Reed, of Richmond, Va., married Margaret Cockrell, by whom he had five sons and five daughters. They left Virginia and settled in Kentucky, where they lived for many years. Their son James, who was a coppersmith, married Susan Williford, and settled in Boone county, Mo., in 1826, and in Audrain county in 1834, where he still lives, in his 8"th year. He served in the war of 1812, under Isaac Shelby, in Canada. He had two sons and seven daughters.
(Source:  A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri: with numerous sketches ... By William Smith Bryan publ. 1876 Transcribed by Andrea Stawski Pack)

John Reynolds, of South Carolina, married Nancy Griggs, by whom he had—Allen, John, Sarah, Shadrach, Emily, William, Wiley, Judith, Joseph, and Durham. Mr. Reynolds settled in Boone county, Mo., in 1829, and in Audrain county in 1832.
(Source:  A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri: with numerous sketches ... By William Smith Bryan publ. 1876 Transcribed by Andrea Stawski Pack)

Charles Rodgers and his wife, Elizabeth Harris, of Halifax county, Va., had one son, Charles B., who was a Lieutenant in the war of 1812. He settled in Callaway county, Mo., in 1829, and at the commencement of the war with Mexico he raised a company in Callaway and Audrain counties, and served as Captain of his company during the war. His wife was Aletha Overfelt, of Bedford county, Va., and their children were—Richmond 11.. Charles A., Andrew J., James C., John L., Elizabeth J., Sarah H., Virginia C., Thomas R., Isaac C., William G., and Aletha J. Charles A. was a private in his father's company during the Mexican war.
(Source:  A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri: with numerous sketches ... By William Smith Bryan publ. 1876 Transcribed by Andrea Stawski Pack)

George Rose and his wife, of Germany had three children—Louis, Martin, and Matthias. Louis was Colonel of a regiment in the battle of Blue Licks, Ky., and was captured and taken to Detroit, where he was exchanged, and returned home in August, 178;). Matthias married Nancy Hickman, of London county, Va., and settled in St. Louis Co., Mo., in 1818. His children were—Louis, Elga H., Rolley F., Elizabeth, Sarah, and Angeline. Louis married Elizabeth Massey. and they had one son, Frank E., who lives in St. Louis county. Elga H., better known as Judge Rose, lives in Mexico, Mo. He married Ellen B. Sullivan, and they had Matthias D. and Lucy E. Rolley F. was married first to Mary Clark, by whom he had—Louis, William, Franklin, and Nancy. He was married the second time to Adeline DeHare, a French lady. Elizabeth married James McClure. Sarah married Nicholas S. Burkhart. Augeline married Benjamin D. Ray.
(Source:  A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri: with numerous sketches ... By William Smith Bryan publ. 1876 Transcribed by Andrea Stawski Pack)

Mr. Russell, of North Carolina, was a soldier of the revolutionary war. He married in North Carolina, and settled in Campbell county, Va. His children were—Mark, Henry, Daniel, and Louis. Daniel married Lucy Lane, and settled in Carroll county. Mo., 1836. Louis married Jane Davidson, and they had—-Frank, David. William, Eliza, Henry, John, and three others. Mr. Russell lived for many years on the Ohio river, in West Virginia, and made regular trips to New Orleans with flatboats. He was fond of hunting and trapping, and devoted a great deal of time to those occupations. He settled in Audrain county, Mo., in 1835, and died in 1872, in the 8-lth year of his age.
(Source:  A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri: with numerous sketches ... By William Smith Bryan publ. 1876 Transcribed by Andrea Stawski Pack)

 


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