Transcribed by Peggy Barriskill Perazzo, December 2005 to January 2006 from this book: https://quarriesandbeyondcontinues.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Recollections-of-a-Busy-Life-book-by-Eli-Fayette-Ruggles-ca-1904.pdf
Original source: Rose, Christine,. Abstracts of early Virginia Rose estates : wills, inventories, accounts and administrator's bonds before 1850. San Jose, Calif.: Priv. print. by Rose Family Bulletin, 1972.
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Descendants of Bailey REID (b. 1806) the son of Jacob REID and Elizabeth (Mary) STATON in Oglethorpe County, GA. Married Hannah Washington WILLIAMS in 1828 in Oglethorpe County, GA. Marcus D Lafayette REID is their only child of record. Married Louisa Frances DANDY (DENDY) in Pike County, GA in 1833.
Descendants of Charles Morgan REID (1877 - 1929) born the son of Marcus D Lafayette REID and Nancy Elizabeth DUKE in Floyd County, GA. Married Esther WEIR STEDMAN in 1899 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Descendant surnames include DAVIS and MANNING.