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   LB_00  Albert Reed/Emma Fisher

   LB_08  Doughty Reed/Phebe Spragg
          Thanks for contributions from Cheryl Natriello of this line.


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LINKAGE BEGIN 00  Albert Reed/Emma Fisher

Albert Reed 73
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma Fisher 73
   bf 1883 Jul __ to Joseph Fisher 72 et ux Sarah H. "Sally" (nee Fish 72)
      Fisher in NJ
   n. RWC has a picture of all the children with Emeline (nee Hubbs 71) Fish,
      Sarah's mother.
 with Emma (nee Fisher 73) Reed
   Elsie 74       Lillian 74
   b              b

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Elsie Reed 74
   bf ____ ___ __ to Albert Reed 73 et ux Emma (nee Fisher 73) Reed
   n. no children
   df ____ ___ __ a spinster.

Lillian Reed 74
   bf ____ ___ __ to Albert Reed 73 et ux Emma (nee Fisher 73) Reed
   n. no children
   df ____ ___ __ a spinster.

LINKAGE END 00  Albert Reed/Emma Fisher

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Charles Reed _
   ld 1750 10 13 Colonial Conveyances 1664-1794 V1 BH-H P345 Unappropriated land
      Grantor: Charles Reed et ux.
      Grantee: Daniel Doughty.

Andrew Reed _
   ld ____ ___ __ BAV P154
      Grantor: Joseph Woodward
      Grantee: Thomas Lewis Woodward of Upper Freehold Twp., Monmouth Co, NJ,
      Transaction: for #73, the plantation called "Doughties Place."
      Description: Bounded by
      Anthony Woodward, Crosswicks Creek; Samuel Lippincott, et al.  for 182
      acres.  Witnesses: Andrew Reed, George Harrison.  1803 Sep 05 recorded by
      Judge Isaac Smith. John Smith, aged about 43 years [so b. c1760] said he
      knew Reed. They both worked at Hanover Furnace. Reed died four years ago
      [c1799]. Smith knew Joseph Woodward, brother of Thomas Lewis Woodward and
      he also knew Harrison, saying they were both dead many years.
      ANALYSIS by GJB:
      Apparently, Thomas Doughty and Elizabeth Ismond/Esmond, originally of
      Flushing, LI, NY, acquired the land from father Elias Doughty, son of
      Elias, son of Rev. Francis Doughty. Thomas Doughty sold the land to
      Thomas Woodward in 1737. Thomas died (conjecture) and left the land to a
      son, Joseph Woodward (conjecture). Joseph Woodward in 1782 sold the land
      to his brother Thomas Lewis Woodward. Anthony could be another brother,
      having inherited another part of the original John Woodward tract.
      QUERY:
      How do all the Woodwards and Smiths and Doughtys connect? I read one
      undocumented account that said that Thomas L. Woodward married Elizabeth
      Dennis and produced Isaac Woodward. Does that point to a relation to
      Isaac Smith? Aside from this deed in far western Monmouth County, Henry
      Woodward married Ruth (Cordrey [possibly a second marriage for Ruth
      Ireland]) in Egg Harbor Township, Gloucester (now Atlantic) County, NJ.
      They have daughters listed in Quaker records in 1749, '51, '54, '56, and
      '59. In addition, Richard Smith OF LONG ISLAND appears in Quaker records
      in Egg Harbor Twp. Richard had a son Isaac Smith born in 1745 (among
      many other children). Furthermore, from the wills of Sarah Doughty and
      Gilbert Woodward in 1815 and 1811 (NJA), we find that another Elias
      Doughty married Sarah Woodward, daughter of Gilbert Woodward and had
      sons William, Elias, and Gilbert Doughty. Gilbert Woodward lived in New
      York City and also had a brother John and a sister Charity of Hoboken.
      Elias and Sarah Doughty lived in Hoboken, just across the river from New
      York. Elias had a brother John from Brooklyn who had a son Charles.




LINKAGE BEGIN 08  Doughty Reed/Phebe Spragg

Henry Reed 09
   bm
   mf 1870? Nov 08 Mercy Pettit 09 in Burlington Co., NJ.
      These are my ancestors. In answer to the question in your notes:
      Phebe Spragg's parents were John and Sarah Spragg.
      This is confirmed in the Reed family Bible records....a transcript of them
      is on the Burlington County USGENWEB site.
   n. Henry Reed was a Cpl. in the Rev. War.
      I have no further info on Thomas and Patience but sure wish I did! They
      are my 4th gr grandparents   - Cheryl Natriello  jerseyties@hotmail.com
 with Mercy (nee Pettit 09) Reed
   Doughty 10
   b

Doughty Reed 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Henry Reed 09 et ux Mercy (nee Pettit 09) Reed
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe Spragg 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Spragg 09 et ux Sarah (nee _ 09) Spragg
 with Phebe (nee Spragg 10) Reed
   Eliza 11
   b

Eliza Reed 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Doughty Reed _ et ux Phebe (nee Spragg _) Reed
   bf ____ ___ __ to Doughty Reed 10 et ux Phebe (nee Spragg 10) Reed
   n. Doughty Reed's parents were Henry Reed and Mercy Pettit who married
      1870? Nov 8 in Burlington County, and Phebe Spragg's parents were John and
      Sarah Spragg. This is confirmed in the Reed family Bible records....a
      transcript of them is on the Burlington County USGENWEB site. Henry Reed
      was a Cpl. in the Rev. War. I have no further info on Thomas and Patience
      but sure wish I did! They are my 4th gr grandparents - Cheryl Natriello
       2002 May 24 personal correspondence.
   mm ____ ___ __ Benjamin Taylor 11
   bm 1807 ___ __ to Thomas Taylor 10 et ux Patience (nee _ 10) Taylor
      in Burlington County.
   dm ____ ___ __ and interred Jacobstown Methodist Cemetery.
      His parents according to his death cert. were Thomas
      Taylor and Patience ...no clue to as her maiden name. GenForum N12991
 with Phebe (nee Reed 10) Reed
   John W 12      Harriet H 12   Daniel 12      Jonathan R 12  Mary J 12
   b1833          b1835          b1842          b1844          b1846
   Benjamin 12    Thomas R 12    Shreve B
   b1848          b1852          b1854

LINKAGE END 08  Doughty Reed/Phebe Spragg



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Index


Albert Reed 73 P2                      Andrew Reed _ P4                      
Charles Reed _ P4                      Doughty Reed 10 P4                    
Eliza Reed 11 P4                       Elsie Reed 74 P3                      
Henry Reed 09 P4                       Lillian Reed 74 P3                    



Index_Spouse


Fisher, Emma 73 P2                     Pettit, Mercy 09 P4                   
Spragg, Phebe 10 P4                    Taylor, Benjamin 11 P4                

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