An American Family History

Reece Families

  also spelled Reecee and Rees  

Lush forests in Colonial America allowed settlers to build wooden homes.

Henry Reece was born about 1732 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Thomas Reece.

He married Ann Neill.

Gabriel Reece (1763),
Lydia Reece Lupton (1764, married Joshua Lupton),
Gideon Reece (1766),
Lewis Reece (1768), and
Margaret Reece Lupton (1771, married Nathan Lupton).

In 1760 Henry was one of the men who were appointed to visit "a scattered number of friends Living on Mill Crick, Middle Crick and Tuscarorah," who could not come to the Hopewell Meeting.

After Henry died, Ann married John Lupton.

Early European settlers in the American colonies were mostly farmers and craftsmen. They had to work hard to provide daily neccesities for themselves.


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