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Jacob Reeder (1742–1826)

Birth 1742 Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey

Death 1826 Trumbull County, Ohio

 

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Jacob Reeder  (1782–1848)

Birth 25 JUL 1782 Luzerne, Luzerne, Pennsylvania

Death 4 AUG 1848 Springfield, Clark, Ohio

 

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Find A Grave Memorial 15540405

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John L. Reeder (1809–1860)

Birth 1809 Pennsylvania

Death 1860 Michigan

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Gaylord Hampton Reeder (1842–1918)

Birth 2 FEB 1842 Bloomfield, Jackson, Ohio

Death 18 OCT 1918 Bushnell Twp, Montcalm, Mid Lothian

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Family Data Collection – Individual Records

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1850 United States Federal Census

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Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950

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Wilson Gaylord Reeder (1885–1964)

Birth ABT 1885 Michigan

Death OCT 1964 Michigan

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1900 United States Federal Census

 

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Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867-1952

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Harold LeRoy Reeder (1932–2004)

Birth 08 JUL 1932 Plymouth, Wayne, Michigan

Death 14 JUN 2004 Ilwaco, Pacific, Washington

Parents:

Wilson Gaylord Reeder (1885–1964)

Florence Katherine Knacker (1895–1943)

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1940 United States Federal Census

Harold LeRoy Reeder

8 Jul 1932 – Plymouth, Wayne, Michigan

14 Jun 2004 – Ilwaco, Pacific, Washington

My father, Harold LeRoy Reeder, was born on July 8, 1932 in Plymouth, Michigan. His parents were Florence (Katherine) Knacker and Wilson Gaylord Reeder. He had three sisters and two brothers: Margaret (1919), Billy (1921), Hazel (1924), Betty (1928), and Ralph (1935).

In 1935 when he was about three, my father and his family lived in Plymouth, Michigan with his parents. In 1940 at the age of seven, he and his family lived in Superior, Michigan. In 1943 when Harold was 11, he lost his mother. Catherine died from leukemia in Redford, Michigan.

In 1950, Harold joined the United States Navy. After his honorable discharge in 1954, he joined the Corps of Engineers and served as a bridge painter. He painted The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, and the Golden Gate Bridge in California. He also signed up with The United States Army and fought in the Korean War.

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