Reeves Family Crest

Reeves Family CrestThe English surname reeves, most commonly found in East Anglia, is derived from the Middle English term reeve, an occupational name for a steward or bailiff, the precise character of whose duties varied from place to place and at different periods. The first written reference to the name Reeves was John atte Revese registered in the 1327 Subsidy Rolls of Worcestershire. Notable bearers of the name were John Reeves appointed painter to the King, 1800, and Charles Reeves who became architect to the county courts in England and Wales, 1847.

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