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Family Record of William and Sarah Combs Reed of Clark Co., IN. transcribed and contributed by Neil Reed from a letter written by Thomas Reed, son of William and Sarah. in 1871 amd seen for a short time at least. Sarah was a daughter of Joseph Combs who died 1803, Georges twsp, Fayette Co, PA.

William Reed Sr was bourn 18 Nov 1764
Sarah (Combs) Reed his wife was bourn 23 Jan 1770
John Reed was bourn 29 May 1789
Jane Reed was bourn 25 Jan 1791
Joseph Reed was bourn 31 Dec 1792
Thomas Reed was bourn 7 Sep 1794
William Reed was bourn 15 Apr 1796
Jesse Reed was bourn 11 May 1798
Samuel Reed was bourn 16 Apr 1800
James Reed was bourn 12 Apr 1802
David Reed was bourn 23 Mar 1804
Nancy Reed was bourn 30 March 1806
Sarah Reed was bourn 25 Aug 1808
Harvey Reed was bourn 31 Dec 1810

(Note written) Taken from a true copy of the old family record written by Thomas Reed at the age of Seventy six without spectacles. The letter was signed on the back by David Neil Reed's G'father. David Newton Reed

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