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An American Family History

Morris Reece/Rees, Jr.

  also spelled Reecee and Rees  
     
 

Morris Reece/Rees, Jr. was born about 1721.

He married Sarah Hackney.

Morris Reece/Rees (1745),
Mary Reece/Rees (1751),
Margaret Reece/Rees (1753, married Thomas Ellis),
Rebecca Reece/Rees (1753),
Phebe Reece/Rees (1755, married Jonathan Longstreth),
Charity Reece/Rees (1756),
David Reece/Rees (1758),
Morris Reece/Rees (1760),
Mary Reece (1764),
Rebekah Reece (1766).

1752, 4, 18. Morris Jr. granted a certificate to the Hopewell Monthly Meeting in Virginia by Nottingham Monthly Meeting near the Pennsylvania and Maryland border.

1759, 10, 22. Morris Jr. & wife & child received on certificate from Fairfax monthly meeting  

1766, 9, 1. Morris, Jr. disowned; appealed to quarterly meeting which confirmed judgement of this meeting  

1768, 12, 5. Yearly Meeting confirmed judgement of monthly meeting & quarterly meeting & Morris Jr. disowned  

Frederick Co. Va. Hopewell Friends.
Jonathan Longstreth, son of Daniel Longstreth of Bucks County and State of Pennsylvania and Grace his wife, Dece'd, and Phebe Rees, Daughter of Morris Rees and Sarah his wife of Berkley County and State of Virginia; 16th day of 8th month, 1792; at Hopewel.  
Jonathan Longstreth  
Phebe Longstreth  
Witnesses who signed this Marriage Certificate:  
Abel Walker Jr.  
Sarah Bond  
Jacob Rees  
Sarah Rees  
Evan Lewis  
Mary Walker  

 
 

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