5 edition of descendants of Rev. Joseph Rhea of Ireland found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 236-237) and index.
|Other titles||Descendants of Reverend Joseph Rhea of Ireland|
|Statement||by Edward F. Foley.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.R268 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 270 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||97132292|
One of them is thought to have been the old "Weaver Church," between Bristol and Union, which, tradition says, was founded by Rev. Joseph Rhea, while on one of his trips to Tennessee. The oldest church of which there is any definite knowledge is New Bethel, which was organized in by Rev. 4 with leaving the line thus incompletely traced, and in the sum mer Jof , while recovering from a long period of sickness, he resolved to make one more effort to fully trace the ancestral descent back to the emigrant ancestor who settled in America. Soon after this, by correspondence, he made the acquaintance of n, of Woburn, Mass., alineal descend.
Rev. Joseph Rhea went with the Col. Christian Expedition against the Cherokees. Children of Rev. Joseph and Elizabeth McIlwaine Rhea: John Rhea, Congressman from Tennessee. Mathew Rhea IV, Revolutionary Soldier, Va. Margaret Rhea, Died in Virginia. William Rhea, Died in Tennessee. Joseph Rhea II, Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Rev Joseph Rhea (–), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Piney Creek Reformed Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Taneytown, Carroll County, Maryland, USA ; Maintained by pat callahan (contributor ).
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The Descendants of Rev. Joseph Rhea of Ireland by Edward Foley (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
The digit and digit formats both work.5/5(2). Get this from a library. The descendants of Rev. Joseph Rhea of Ireland. [Edward F Foley] -- Joseph Rhea () was born in Loughborne Parish, Donegal Co., Ireland.
He married in Ireland, Elizabeth McIlwaine (), the daughter of John McIlwaine and Margaret Scott. She died. The Rhea family in America is descended from Matthew Rhea of the Campbell Clan of Scotland. His grandson, the Rev. Joseph Rhea, emigrated from Ireland to America in the mid-eighteenth century.
This book tracks nine generations of Rheas from Joseph to theAuthor: Edward F. Foley. William Rhea (), Joseph Rhea (), Elizabeth Rhea, Samuel Rhea, and James Rhea. Inhe resigned his position as minister of a church in Fahan, Ireland, and the family sailed to America. They landed in Philadelphia, then settled in north central Maryland in what was then Frederick County, but now is Carroll County.
The Rhea family in America is descended from Matthew Rhea of the Campbell Clan of Scotland. His grandson, the Rev. Joseph Rhea, emigrated from Ireland to America in the mid-eighteenth century. This book tracks nine generations of Rheas from Joseph to the present day, and identifies over 1, descendants and their nearly spouses.
Old Irish ballads still survive recounting these sad stories of long ago. Rev. Joseph Rhea b d.9/20/, son of Matthew Rhea (Reagh) II and his second wife, Elizabeth McClain, married Elizabeth McIlwaine in Ireland about (Picture of Elizabeth on the.
Tennessee, Records of Sullivan County: Rhea Papers from the Collecton of Mrs. Charles R. Hyde (Anne Bachman Hyde), of Chattanooga, Tenn. Nashville: Historical Records Survey, FHL US/CAN Film [Rhea] Foley, Edward F.
The Descendants of Rev. Joseph Rhea of Ireland. Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, FHL FAM HIST Book Rf. The Rhea Family My Rhea Family descended from the Family of Reverend Joseph Rhea of Scotland and Ireland (1st & 2nd Generations) (**by children's names indicates Our Direct Lines)~Much information contained on this website regarding the Rhea Family, generations one through six, is taken from details afforded me by Ed Foley and his book, "The Descendants of Rev.
Joseph Rhea of Ireland. Joseph was born in Parish Taughboyne, Co. Donegal, Ireland. He became a Presbyterian minister and was considered to be one of the best educated men of his day.
Matthew Rhea () was a grandson of Joseph Rhea () the founder of the widespread RHEA family in Tennessee. Matthew was born near Blountville, Tenn. In several WorldConnect trees both of these Henry Co VA Reas are named as children of John Ray & Hannah Hasty of Roscommon seems to come from a reading of Ray-Rhea a Family Book of History and Genealogy for RHEA and Related Families, () by Joseph C.
Rhea. The Rev. Joseph Rhea ()(9/20/) and Elizabeth McIlwaine ()(12/19/) had eight children: Data on the descendants of Joseph Rhea, Jr. supplied by David McClain. John Angus Rhea, b d, born in Ireland, Congressman from Tennessee.
A journal was kept by the Reverend Joseph Rhea on his voyage to America in the brig “George” in The commonplace book of James Rhea, spanning the yearscontains a few accounts, a little family news, one or two recipes, and sundry comments.
School books used by three generations of the Rhea family are in the collection: one in. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Descendants of Rev. Joseph Rhea of Ireland at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
The Descendants of Rev. Joseph Rhea of Ireland by Edward F. Foley ISBN ISBN Paperback; U.s.a.: Heritage Books, ; ISBN The Descendants of Rev. Joseph Rhea of Ireland, by Edward F. Foley (Bowie, MD, Heritage Books, Inc., ) Washington County, Virginia Marriage Returns:abstracted by Marty Hiatt & Craig Roberts Scott, (Athens, GA, Iberian Pub.
Co., ) I encourage you to purchase all of the above excellent publications, as I have. Rhea Family Research Updated Decem Primary area of research has been the Rhea Family from Soctland and Ireland, removing to PA, MD, TN and es the descendants of Matthew 'The Rebel' Rhea and those of the Rev.
Joseph Rhea, and original immigrant to America. JOSEPH RHEA. Our progenitor. Joseph Rhea was the emigrant to America in our direct lineage. He was born in Parish Longhorn (Laughlin), Ireland in He attended the University of Glasgow, where the only records extant there simply say, "Joseph Rhea, fils Mathew." or son of Mathew.
He was graduated inand ordained to preach. Ed Foley, author of a book on RHEA genealogy, has a page called Descendants of Rev. Joseph Rhea, of whom I am one, guess he is one, as is Robert Rhea and Annie Bruce. On R from Derry to Buncrana at Tooban, Burnfoot. Edward F Foley Edward F Foley is the author of books such as Descendants Of Rev Joseph Rhea Of Ireland.
Books by Edward F Foley. Few Scots-Irish families can match the illustrious contribution towards the opening up of the American frontier made by the Rheas, starting from the Rev. Joseph Rhea who arrived in Philadelphia from Donegal in Ireland in The Rheas were descended from the Campbell clan.
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This book was originally published in by the Goodspeed Publishing Company.Title: A Genealogical History Of The Descendants Of Joseph Peck, Who Emigrated With His Family To This Country In ; And Records Of His Father's And Grandfather's Families In England; With The Pedigree Extending Back From Son To Father For Twenty Generations; With Their Coat Of Arms, And Copies Of Wills.
Also, An Appendix, Giving An Account Of The Boston And Hingham Pecks, The Descendants.John Rhea was born about in Ireland. He was the son of Joseph Rhea and Elizabeth McIlwaine. Rhea County, Rheatown and Rhea Springs, Tennessee, were named in his honor.
He graduated from Princeton University. John was one of Rheatown's first settlers in It is .