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Forrest P. Reeve, ^

Forrest P. Reeve, ^

Male 1858 - 1934  (76 years)

 

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Forrest Reeve as clerk at the Brook Store




Owner of originalPost Morrow Foundation
File namePM1_002_800.jpg
File Size216.76k
Dimensions800 x 562
KeywordsBr07 Old Brook Store
KeywordsBrook Store
KeywordsForrest
KeywordsGeorge Historical Collection
KeywordsHamlet
KeywordsHamlet People
KeywordsHistoric
KeywordsHistoric Survey ID
KeywordsMorse
KeywordsPost-Morrow Historical Collection
KeywordsReeve
KeywordsReeve/Reeves
KeywordsSource
KeywordsSubject
KeywordsValentine
HeadlineForrest P. Reeve at the Brookhaven Store
CaptionFrom "Early Photographs of the Hamlet of Brookhaven collected by George Perley Morse 1945-1959." Morse comments: Jacob Valintine (sic) in 1916 sold the land of the Store and residence to a Doctor Noble. The home was moved to opposite the "Triangle" on the old Ketcham property [Br30B] and the store was moved across the road and a little south where it stands today as the Brook Store. The land was later sold to C. Oliver Wellington. [He built the Brook House, Br06]. Forrest P. Reeves (sic) married Lillian Breckenridge and lived on the north side of South Country Road. They had two children -- Charles Valintine (sic) and Mary. Mary married Kellogg J. Dominy father of Charles Dominy, County Sheriff.
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