Reeves DNA Project Results
A descendants of William Reeves son George (participants #121975 and #194709) placed in family group #6.
William Reeves at The Reeves Project
The Fendol Bevers 1871 Map of Wake County
This map was created from actual surveys by Fendol Bevers, County Surveyor and is a wonderful resource for Wake County research.
Eno River Association and Markham Maps
The Markham Maps were compiled by Allen Byron Markham of Durham who platted over 1800 land grants on maps of the Neuse River basin and its tributaries. William Reeves is mentioned in Section 5: Ellerbe Creek to Fish Dam Ford on the Neuse River.
Fish Dam Road
The interesting story of the Fish Dam Road, a foot trail which began in the 1600's connecting two Indian villages, one on the Eno and one on the Neuse.
Wake County GenWeb Archives
Various records such as deeds, wills, newspapers, etc of Wake County, North Carolina.
The Wake County Register of Deeds
Wake County has put all of their deeds online back to 1785.
Orange County, North Carolina GENWEB Project
This is an exceptional site with lots of information on the area and the people who settled there. This site is everything a GENWEB site should be, and so few are.
North Carolina State Archives
Search the Manuscript and Archives Reference System of the North Carolina State Archives.
Southern Campaign Revolutionary War Pension Statements & Rosters
This site has numerous transcriptions of pension statements of Revolutionary War veterans.
Pioneers at Fort Boonesborough
The Wilkerson and Lanham families into which sons of William Reeves married are listed.
Warren County, Kentucky Genealogy
This is an excellent GENWEB site with wills, marriages and other misc. information, not just a collection of links.
David Rumsey Map Collection
This great resource for genealogists has colonial maps that reference water courses and names in use at that time.
Reeves Biographies at Linkpendium.