Charles Reeder died 1861
Married Martha Green
"Charles Reeder (5), son of John (4), who died 1861, aged 78, is buried in Lawrenceville. He married Martha, daughter of Richard Green, and had children: Sarah, wife of Timothy Baker, of Lawrence; Mary, married Louis Hutchinson; Christiana, wife of Philip Hendrickson; Charles; Louis; Abner; Isaac, died young; and Elizabeth."


Charles was an uncle of
Virginia Reeder Green. He married a first cousin of Samuel Moore Green.
   Charles was an elder of Maidenhead Church and a
Maidenhead Township public official. Charles and Martha  lie buried near the front entrance to Maidenhead Church.


Charles Reeder and Martha Green's daughter Mary G. Reeder (born 1820 in New Jersey). Mary married Lewis F.Hutchinson. They are both buried in Lawrence Twp. Hunterdon Co., New Jersey. They had a daughter Martha R. Hutchinson who married John Holmes Scudder on June 6 1877.

Martha's stone in Lawrence Church Cemetery List her year of death as 1843. Also buried there:  Son Lewis A. Reeder "faithful son" whose stone reads Born Feb 25 1825 Died July 16 1882; Charles stone says Died March 7 1861; Abner, whose stone is hard to read but looks like he died in 1876; Isaac died aged 10 October 29 1832.


Charles and Martha owned the Howell Farm on the corner of Eggert's Crossing Road and State Highway 206 "The King's Highway":
Charles acquired the Christopher Howell Farm in Maidenhead. The former Reeder farmhouse still stands on the property, on Reeder Avenue, near the corner of Route 206. For some odd reason, the current owner comprimised the significance of the home by adding new vertical wood siding on the home. The siding gives the place the look of a chalet, and excluded it from consideration for the township historic landmark list.

I saw an original deed signed by
Joana (that is how she spelled the name when signing) Howell (Green) and Chris Howell Jr., purchasing the farm that later became the Charles Reeder farm. I also saw a will naming William Green as an executor to a Howell will, and it referred to William as being Chris Jr.'s brother-in-law. This would be William Green III. - Editor