The Reeves Family and the Ewing Family Genealogies



Reeves Name
Ewing Name
Sturgeon Family
James Herrod Basham
John J. Basham
Isaac D. Boucher
Peter Boucher, Jr.
John Conn
John A. Conyers
Trammell Conn
J. Alexander Ewing
John Henry Ewing
Lacy Leroy Ewing
John Godley
John Scott Godley
Jesse S. Godley
George Hume
John Hume
William Hume
George W. Miller
Samuel Pharis, Jr.
John V. Price
Robert V. Price
Doile Dennis Reeves
Geo. Webster Reeves
Geo. William Reeves
James H. Reeves
Peter M. Reeves
William Reeves, Jr.
Benjamin Reeves
Adam Runner
John Moore Smith
C. Thompson Spears
Edw. Franklin Spears
Ephriam Spears
William Spears
Edward Walton, Jr.
Edward Walton, III
Thompson Walton
Henry Warder
Joseph Warder, Sr.



Joseph Warder, Sr.

(December 5, 1752 1832)


Esther Ford

(April 13, 1773 March 11, 1816)




 William Warder and Mary Fairfax

 Thomas Ford and Jane Milstead


 Henry Warder



Joseph Warder, Sr. was born on December 5, 1752 in Charles County, Maryland.  Charles County is on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, just across the Potomac River from Quantico, Virginia and abutting the southern part of what is now the District of Columbia.  Esther Ford was born a little over two years later on April 13, 1755 somewhere in Maryland.


They married in Charles County, Maryland on June 18, 1773.  They had the following children, all born in nearby Fauquier County, Virginia:




Birth date[1]

John Warder


Mary Molly Warder

January 18, 1777

Nancy Warder

October 19, 1780

Joseph Warder

October 17, 1781

Elizabeth Warder

February 1, 1784

William Warder


Walter Henry Warder

December 13, 1787



Henry Warder

December 28, 1796

Esther Warder

March 10, 1798

Mary Judith D. Warder

April 1844[2]



Tax records in 1799 showed that he was still in Fauquier County.[3]





The 1810 census shows him in Barren County, Kentucky as the head of a household consisting of one male between ten and fifteen (Henry), another between sixteen and twenty-five, another forty-five or over (Joseph).  In addition, there were two females between ten and fifteen and another forty-five or over.  The next person listed was his son Walter Warder.  Two more people down, Joseph, Jr. was listed.[4]

She died on March 11, 1816 in Glasgow, Barren County, Kentucky.[5]


He died in 1832 in Glasgow, Barren County, Kentucky.  An 1832 will abstract shows he owned three slaves when he died.  They were named Rachel, Mahaly and Harry.[6]



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