Biography of M. S. Reaves
Howard County, IN Biographies





M. S. REAVES is a native of Greene County, Ohio, where he was born February 2, 1825. His father, George Reaves, was a native of Virginia. The subject of this sketch remained in his native State until April, 1851, when he removed to Illinois; there he remained only a few months, and in November of the same year he came to Howard County, where he has resided up to the present writing. Mr. Reaves was one of the early school teachers of this county. He has been identified with all progressive measures and served as Trustee and Justice of the Peace in Clay Township eight years each. He is a member of the Old School Baptist Church, and is a Democrat in politics. He owns forty acres of good land located in Clay Township. Mr. Reaves was united in marriage February 5, 1846, to Harriet Blystone. They have one child living, Angeline, wife of John Jones, of Kokomo, and one, Louise, deceased.

From:
Counties of Howard and Tipton, Indiana
Historical and Biographical
Charles Blanchard, Editor
F. A. Bettey & Co.
Chicago 1883.


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