RAINVILLE - See De Rainville
REED - The Descendants of Amos C. Reed and Jemima Kennard with Histories and Genealogies of Allied Families, by John H. Cunningham III, 1992, 2013 reprint.302 original pages, 8.5x11", softbound book, indexed. This book is an authorized photostatic reprint from a first edition printed book. R3814-$30.00 Also available on CD | More about the book
REED - See also Dusky
REEVES - The River Reeves and Then Some, A compilation of the genealogy of Jesse Tinion and Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Reeves of Pike County, Alabama And that of David Reeves and Moses Reeves of Pike County, Alabama, by William Flake Joiner, 2001. ISBN: 978-0-944619-64-3, 8½x11", hardbound book, 682 pages, indexed, includes photographs. A compilation of the genealogy of Jesse Tinion (AKA Justinian) and Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Reeves from their documented origins in Craven County, North Carolina through Hancock and Putnam Counties, Georgia to Pike County, Alabama and their spread westward. Also, the known descendants of David Reeves and Moses Reeves of Pike County, Alabama. AD428-$89.00
REYNOLDS Family Association Centennial Collection - 100 Years of Historical and Genealogical Material, by Susan Rogers Clement, 1992, reprint 2015. 8½x11", hardbound book, 830 pages, ISBN: 978-0-944619-71-1, indexed with color coat of arms. R802-$101.00 Also available on CD
REYNOLDS - See Runnels
The Colonial RILEY Families of the Tidewater Frontier (1635-1999), by Col. Robert S. Riley (Ret.), 1999, 2011 revised, 2014 reprint. Volume 1 ISBN 978-1-936091-02-7, 6x9", Hardbound 2 volume set totaling 1,878 pages (Volume 1 - 918, Volume 2 - 960). The earliest known Riley immigrants to the Chesapeake Bay Area were the three brothers - Garrett, Miles, and Thomas - who arrived in Northern Virginia in 1635. Many of the oldest, surviving Riley Colonial Records and Land Grants of Maryland and Virginia, which are dated in the late 1600s and early 1700s, pertain to these immigrants and their Descendants. Many early Colonial Rileys used Christian names taken from the Bible, such as Samuel, Pharoah, Jeremiah, and Eliphaz. Moreover, the early Rileys in Colonial America passed down many traditional given names used by the O'Reillys (Anglicised as Reyley or Riley) in Ireland, such as Brian (Briain), Farrell (Ferghail), Hugh (Aodh), John (Seaán), and Miles (Maolmordha). And, in Colonial days, many Rileys of the Tidewater Frontier were related and moved in and out of the Colonies now known as Maryland and Virginia. In addition to the three Rileys mentioned by name above, there were other Riley immigrants who came to Maryland and Virginia in the late 1600s and early 1700s. In this book, the writer discusses all known individuals of the early generations of eight different Riley lines from the time of arrival of their immigrants to approximately 1850. By 1850, all of these Riley lines had multiplied so greatly that tracing their Descendants to those living today is almost an impossible task. From 1850 to the present day, the writer discusses only his own branch of Rileys. Prior to this publication, such a comprehensive analysis of the early Riley families of Colonial Maryland and Virginia did not exist, and the writer believes that this project will be helpful to all persons, who claim descent from an early Riley family of the Tidewater Frontier and are interested in learning their Riley family history. R3802-$200.00 IN STOCK | Also available on CD | More about the book
ROSE - Gathering the Roses, by Charles M. Rose & Ann Cochrane Gregath, 1998 (reprint), ISBN 0-944619-10-X. 8½x11", hardbound book, 462 pages, indexed. Click here for more information G431-$51.00
ROSEBERRY - See Givens
RUTLEDGE - The South Carolina Rutledge Family, Their Kith and Kin, by J. C. Harris, Jr., 2013 reprint. 8½x11", 2 volume softbound set, 666 pages numbered consecutively, indexed (included in volume 2), includes photos, documents, charts, coat of arms and newspaper accounts. This set contains same material as previous single volume hard cover editions and are not sold separately. | Forward | Table of Contents | Available on disk R440-$70.00 Contact us about POD hard cover pricing. | NGS/GENTECH Press Release
All book excerpts carry the original book Copyright - reprinted here with permission.Runnels-Reynolds & Such "An Unfinished Work of Love", by Don Runnels, 2004. 8½x11", hardbound book, 594 pages, includes information on allied lines/families and coat of arms. RHB505-$81.00 - only one buckram bound book left!
Runnels-Reynolds & Such "An Unfinished Work of Love", by Don Runnels, 2004. 8½x11", softbound book (pictured), 594 pages, includes information on allied lines/families and coat of arms. R505-$81.00
RUNNELS - Runnels & Their Relationships, "The Governor's Line", by Don Runnels, 1998. 8½x11", hardbound book, 356 pages, indexed, includes color coat of arms, photo, and Runnels Cemetery Records. This particular book deals with various Runnels family members, including Harmon Runnels, Revolutionary War Patriot, Georgia legislator and founder of Monticello, Mississippi; Hardin Dudley Runnels, MS sheriff and legislator who took up a Texas land grant; Hiram G. Runnels, teacher, postmaster, legislator, MS Governor and TX legislator; Howells Washington Runnels, attorney and MS legislator; Hardin Richard Runnels, TX plantation owner, legislator and 5th Governor of TX and Stephen Heard, Revolutionary War Patriot and Governor of GA. Other families covered in the book include Darden, Fort, Heard, Hubert, Neeley, Smith, Stamps, Sugg and Terry. Some of the other families touched on include Anderson, Bell, Beten, Bowery, Galvani, Gray, Hayes, Hopkins, Hunt, Strayhorn, Stubblefield, Turquette and White. Family history and information dated back to the mid-1700s. R438-$55.00 Click here for more about the author and his other books.
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