Hi Jan, Unless your reply contained a typo, be careful.It appears in this message that you may have combined the names of two wives.The two correct couples are: 1.Leonard Reep and wife Barbara (last name unknown). 2.Isaac Reep (Sr.) and wife (first name unknown) Bash.Not (Barbara) Bash (unless you know a detail we don't have.)
The two family groups showing children which you requested are: 1.Jacob Reep and first wife Sarah Courtright (spelling has varied with Courtright/Cortright/Cartright). i.An unidentified daughter ii.Mary Reep (b. ca. 1820-d. unknown) m. to James McLane (some interpretations of the orginal handwriting have used McEwin (et. al) iii.John Reep (b. 30 Nov 1820-d. 21 Jan 1908) m. Sarah Ann Beal on 24 Aug 1843 2.Jacob Reep and second wife Sarah Allison i.Rebecca Ann Reep (b. ? - d. ?) m. to William Cumberland Grist on 30 Nov 1847 ii.Minerva Jane Reep (b. 07 Jan 1830-d. 06 May 1918) m. Henry Harrison Woodsworth on l6 May 1850 iii.Sarah Reep (b. ca. 1835-d. ?) m. Robert Young iv.Charles Reep (b. ca. 1827 - d. ?) no details v.Martha A. Reep (b. ca. 1837 - d. ? in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH) vi.Abagail Felecia Reep (b. 23 Jun 1842 - d. 14 Feb 1930 in Independence, Montgomery County, KS) (Blind the last 15 years of her life and never married).
In my last message, I made a mistake on the number of children for the second marriage.There were only six, not seven. The Allison Family:There is a small library with a monument to Pres. McKinley in front in Niles, Ohio.At one time, they had a single sheet ancestor type chart for the Allison Family, but that was about all.I have a copy of that chart and would be glad to send you a copy of that plus some other items, but much of the material is still boxed from the move.If you will send me your mailing address to my e-mail address (email@example.com), I will send you a package that may prove helpful as soon as I can get to the material. At one time we had an excellent researcher (now deceased) who had done work back in the 1930s (she was a granddaughter of Jacob Reep) and she gave the Reep Family Association through her will a number of items that relate to the McKinley/Allison/Reep families (including some photographs). There is a good portrait style photo of Nancy Allison McKinley and one set of parents (without looking, I don't remember whether the parent photos were Allisons or McKinleys. Hope this helps.Jim Reep