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Reed, C. D.

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Reed, C. D.
March 12, 2007 10:05PM
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 7th ed., 1887,
Grant Co.

C. D. REED was born near Cane Ridge Church, in Bourbon County, in 1825, and
is a son of Coleman D. and Emily (Rodgers) Reed. Coleman D. Reed was a son
of Jonathan Reed, whose wife was a Miss Starks before marriage--both
natives of Virginia. Jonathan Reed came to Kentucky with his family, and
settled in Bourbon County in 1802; he was a farmer. C. D. Reed was
educated in Harrison County common schools. He has always been a farmer,
and settled in Grant County in 1849, where he owns 140 acres of land. He
was magistrate of the county from 1855 to 1859. July 28, 1846, he married
Harriet A. Humphrey, of Harrison County, a daughter of David T. and Mary
(Coleman) Humphrey, natives of Virginia. Five children have blessed this
union: Coleman D., married Maggie Kinslaer, of Grant County; Mary E., wife
of W. A. Hume, a farmer of Grant County, has five children; John M.;
Ida M., wife of William Ammerman, of Harrison County, has three children,
and Frank McClelland. Mr. Reed is a member of the Masonic lodge, a
Democrat, and a member of the Christian Church.

Reed Starks Rodgers Humphrey Coleman Kinslaer Hume Ammerman McClelland
Bourbon-KY Harrison-KY VA

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