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Capt. Samuel REDD
Lucy ROGERS
Keziah BURNLEY
Husband:  Samuel REDD
Birth:  1729, King & Queen Co., VA
Death:  1783, Caroline Co., VA
Disposition:  buried Cedar Vale Cemetery, Caroline Co., VA
Father:  Thomas REDD
Mother:  Sarah FERGUSON
Marriage-1:
Wife-1:  Lucy ROGERS
Birth:  1731
Death:  Mar 1764, Caroline Co., VA
Disposition:  buried Cedar Vale Cemetery, Caroline Co., VA
Father:  John ROGERS
Mother:  Rachel EASTHAM
Marriage-2:
Wife-2:  Keziah BURNLEY
Death:  1820, Abbeville Co., SC
Children with Lucy ROGERS born in Caroline Co., VA:
1.  Achilles REDD; died in infancy
2.  Elizabeth REDD
3.  Lucy REDD; m. John FITZHUGH
4.  William REDD (Sr.), b. ca. 1750 
5.  Jesse REDD, b. ca 1755 
6.  Frances "Fannie" REDD, b. 1756 
7.  Ann C. REDD, b. 1759; d. 1834; m. 1779, Thomas Carr MINOR
8.  Samuel REDD, Jr., b. 19 Mar 1764; d. 4 Sep 1841, Caroline Co., VA; m. 2 Mar 1797, Elizabeth TAYLOR; two children married GOULDINs
Children with Keziah BURNLEY:
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