Johnston County, NC Deed Book D-1 p. 227
25 October 1763. William Cloud, Craven County, South Carolina, to William Reeves, Orange County, N.C. £ 70 Va money, 300 Acres (cng) on New light creek beginning at Wm. Walls cor red oak on the north side of New light creek: along Walls line south to New light creek: down said creek as it meanders to the mouth of a small br on the south side of the same to a white oak & 2 dogwoods: up said br to Mallets line: down said line west to a cor pine: N300p to a White oak: E340p to an oak the 1st sta...Wit: George Reeves, James Cobb.
Johnston County, NC Deed Book D-1 p. 77
14 January 1764. Wm. Reeves, Jr., Johnston County to James Howel, same, £ 50 Va money, 100 Acres (cng) beginning at the said Reeves Persimmon tree: along his line to a hickory at the Ridge path: along a marked line to the Great Path: along said line down the gut to the mouth of the slash: up said slash to a black gum: along said line to a White Oak at the half way Slash: up the slash along said line to Reeves line: along the line to 1st sta...Wit: Wm. Downer?, Thos. May.
Johnston County, NC Deed Book D-1 p. 211
January Court 1765 - 28 Dec. 1763. William Reeves, Johnston County to Charles Coupland (Copland), Granville County, £ 70 Va money, land in Johnston County being the plantation whereon the Widow Matthews now lives, beginning at William Holls cor red oak on the northside Neuse river: along Holls land south to said creek: down said creek its meanders to the mouth of a small br on the southside of the same to a white oak & 2 dog woods: up said br to Wallets line: down the said line to a cor pine: N300p to a wh. Oak: E340p to an oak the 1st sta...300 Acres...houses, gardens &c...Wit: Woodson Daniel, John Smith, George Reeves
Wake County North Carolina Land Warrants Issued
May 2d 1778. Peter Coffee Enters Forty acres of Vacant Land in Wake County lying on the south side of Neuse River & on the North side of Eloby's Creek Beginning at his Corner the Dividing Line between him & William Reves & running South to a School-house on Thomas Hollyways Line to include all the Vacant Land lying between sd. Coffee's Line & Sd. Holloways Line.
Wake County North Carolina County Court Minutes Sept. 1778
A Deed from William Reeves Junior to James Comer was in Open Court duly proved by the Oath of John Scogins a Witness there to and Ordered to be Registered.
State of North Carolina, Grant Book 38
Wake County: William Reaves 9 August 1779 505 acres on the W side of Horse Creek, joining James Peters.
State of North Carolina, Grant Book 29
Wake County: Drewry Harris 9 Aug 1779 538 acres on both sides of Horse Creek, joining Mobleys line, James Peters, William Reeves, Joseph Ray, Benjamin David, Tyrrells line, and Allins line.
Wake County: Samuel Peak 9 Aug 1779 123 acres on the S side of Neuse River, joining Peaks own corner, William Reves, (a point) near Thomas Hines, Thomas Thompkinsm and Thompkins former line.
State of North Carolina, Grant Book 36
Wake County: William Rives 11 April 1780 400 acres on the S side of Ellobys Creek, joining the sd Rives Corner, John Holloway, Thomas Hines, Samuel ----, and the side of the Creek.
Wake County Deeds, P. 200
James Comer (Corner) of the State of Georgia to Samuel Peake of Wake Co., Dec. 5, 1785, for 100 pds. Va. money a tract of 460 acres in Wake Co. lying on the waters of Little Lick Creek adjoining Spencer Watts, Robert Hall, John Mays, Lea, Francis Ross, and Gilbert Evans, it being the whole of that tract of land sold by William Rives to James Comer by deed registered in Wake Co. Wit: Joseph Taylor, Judith Brassfield.
Wake County Deed Book H, p. 305
John Hall of Orange Co., N.C., planter, to Robert Hall of Wake Co., planter, Aug. 27, 1788, for 100 pds. specie a tract of 300 acres in Wake Co. lying on the north side of Little Lick Creek adjoining William Reves and John Lee, it being part of a tract granted from the State to said John Hall. Wit: Jno. Scogin, Morris Evans.
Wake County Deeds, p. 128
William Reaves, Senr. of Wake Co. to his son, Charles Reves, of same, Oct. 25, 1798, for natural love and affection a tract of 220 acres on the south side of Elobeys Creek adjoining his brother, William, and Holloway, John Shearing, Samuel Peake, and Hines' former line, it being parts of two tracts of land, one deeded from the State and the other deeded from John Shearing. Wit: Jno. Humphries, William Reves.
Wake County Deeds, p. 129
William Reves, Senr., of Wake Co. to his son, William Reves, Junr., of same, Oct. 25, 1798, for love and affection for his son a tract of 130 acres on the south bank of Elobeys Creek adjoining Holloway, Charles Reves' spring branch, and Samuel Peake, it being parts of two tracts of land, one deeded from the State and the other deeded from John Shearing. Wit: Jno. Humphries, Charles Reves.
Wake County Deeds, p. 415
William Reves, Senr. of Wake Co. to Nathaniel Jones, Senr. of same, Oct. 16, 1800, for 1,708 dollars a tract of 427 acres on the south bank of Nuce River and on Elobeys Creek adjoining John Alston, Major Holloway, and William Reves, Junr. Wit: Henry Jones, Sion Perey, John Reves.