Page County, Iowa History 1880 Biographicals
transcribed by Carl T.
Omaha, NE
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(source: "History of Page County"  R 977.7 Pag.  c. 1880 pg. 709.)
REID, HENRY, farmer; P.O. Bingham; born in Monmouth County, New Jersey, November 29, 1826.  At the age of eleven years his parents moved to Dayton, Ohio, where he lived until the fall of 1857 when he emigrated to Muscatine County, Iowa, remaining until the spring of 1870.  He then moved to Harrison County, Missouri, and lived there until 1873.  He then moved back to Iowa, and settled in Morton township, Page County.  Was married to Miss Sarah E. Replogle, February 28, 1854.  Mrs. Reid was born May 12, 1832, near Dayton.  They have eleven children:  John H., Nancy J., Laura B., Charles I., Joseph H., Wm. R., George S., Sarah E., Schuyler C., Eliza M., Lola A., and one deceased.
(source: "History of Page County"  R 977.7 Pag.  c. 1880 pg. 710.)
REID, JOHN, farmer, section 32, P.O. Shenandoah;  born September 13, 1841, at Dayton, Ohio.  At the age 21 he came to Muscatine, Iowa.  In 1864 he was married to Miss Eliza Viner.  The same year he came to Page county, and located in Morton Township.  They have eight children:  Joseph V., Mary E., Florence E., James E., Ida, John A., Emma M., and Jesse.
REID, JOSEPH A.,  farmer, section 19 owns 220 acres, P.O. College Springs; born in Ohio, May 1, 1823.  Grew to manhood and was educated in the common schools of the state. In April, 1857, he purchased his present farm, finely improved, and with fine buildings, fruit orchard and all the evidences of frugality and prosperity.  Mr. Reid was married April 9, 1852, to Miss Margaret Long, a native of Ohio.  They are the parents of seven children, all living:  James H., John F., Annie L., Edward H., Julia E., William L., and Jesse W.  Mr. Reid has been a resident of the county from a very early day, and has marked with interest its rapid growth.  Indeed, he has contributed to the same in no small degree.  He and his family are members of the United Presbyterian Church.
source: "History of Page County"  R 977.7 Pag.  c. 1880 pg. 630, Amity Twp.