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Re: Daniel Reasor ( Reesor) Dayton Ohio
Posted by: Steve Rasor (ID *****3886) Date: February 16, 2003 at 12:38:05
In Reply to: Daniel Reasor from Germany about 1762 by Darlene Reasor Carlson of 182



Hello, I hope this may help. I notice you are crossing some of the information from other families into your basic research notes. Until you have established a link to the record you are using to build from, your research will not produce results. I would find the Virginia connection first, then try to make the Pennsylvania connection.

(A) The Montgomery,County Map dated 1851 shows Daniel Reasorís farm on Section (1) to be in the hand of his heirs at the time of this publishing, and his son Henry lived on the farm just east. And just south was a Daniel Kinsey. And Jacob Wolf between them. This land became the Solders Home in Dayton for the Civil War Vets by the time the 1869 Map was published. Section (1) was originally purchased from the government by Henry Kinsey on May 11, 1804. So by 1867 they had moved. If you like to read about the farm and how Henry Kinsyís wife was kidnap by indians when she was seven. And the old log house Jacob Wolf had lived in became the first headquaters for the Solders Home and the large red barn adjacent furnished the home its first dinning room. Further reading can be found in the History of City of Dayton and Montgomery County Ohio by Drury 1909. It should be also noted that the very first house of worship built by the United States Government was built here.


(B)The record below come from; A Genealogical Index of Miami Valley Pioneers, Ohio.

Page 144;

Reasor ( Reesor ), Daniel; According to the 1850 Census this family came from Virginia to Montgomery County Ohio where Daniel died 1850; his will dated July 12, 1849. recorded May 2, 1850; names his decíd wife Margaret: sons John, Jacob,, Daniel II., Henry & Christopher; dau. Mary Harter, Elizabeth Kinsey, Catherine; g.son Joseph Reasor, son of my daughter Catharine; Ex. Sons Jacob & Henry. Wit. Jacob Whitmore, William Olinger.

In the file pertaining to the settlement of this estate. ( case No. 2289 ). In the final settlement. Jan. 14, 1856, receipts from the following heirs are given; Christian Reasor, Henry, Joseph, Benjamin, Nancy Harter, Daniel M., Elizabeth Kinsey, Jacob, Catherine Shaffor.

Jacob Reeser. Age 52 yrs in 1859: born in Virginia: wife Sarah, age 41 yrs., b. in ohio. Children, Benjamin, age 18 yrs. Born in Ohio; Elizabeth, age 13 yrs.; Martha, Caleb. Sarah.

Henry Reeser was living in Madison twp. In 1850 ( Census ) born in Virginia: wife Catherine, age 4(3) ? born in Ohio;
Issue-
Jacob Reasor, age 22 yrs, in 1850
Elizabeth , age 20
William , age 17
Mary , age 15
Daniel , age 12
George , age 10
Martha , age 8
Henry & Eliza.

Several marriages of these children are found in Montgomery County.

Reeser, Henry-Catherine Lesley, Dec 15,1825.
Reeser, Nancy-Abraham Harter Aug 2, 1827.
Reeser, Christian- Elizabeth Kinsel, Mar 5, 1840
Reeser, Benjamin-Mary Fry, July 30,1840.




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