Perrey Reeves

Perrey Reeves

Place of Birth: usually cited as New York City, New York

Ethnicity: English, distant Welsh, Scots-Irish (Northern Irish), Dutch, and French

Perrey Reeves is an American actress.

Perrey’s paternal grandparents were Hazard Earle Reeves, Jr. (the son of Hazard Earle Reeves and Susan Perreyclear) and Adeline Johnstone Fowles (the daughter of James Henry Fowles and Sophie Stuart Clarkson). Perrey’s grandfather Hazard E. Reeves was a sound pioneer who introduced magnetic stereophonic sound to films, and was a president of Cinerama Inc. Perrey’s great-grandmother Susan was the daughter of William Henry Perreyclear/Perryclear and Martha Brunson.

Perrey’s maternal grandparents were Wellington Oakman Hay, Jr. (the son of Wellington Oakman Hay and Turza Cornelia Williams) and Mary Adelaide Hughes (the daughter of James Hurd Hughes and Caroline Taylor). Perrey’s great-grandfather, James H. Hughes, served as a United States Senator from Delaware from 1937 to 1943, as a Democrat. James was the son of Ebenezer Hughes and Rebecca Hurd.

Sources: Genealogies of Perrey Reeves (focusing on her mother’s side) –

Perrey’s paternal grandfather, Hazard Earle Reeves, Jr., on the 1910 U.S. Census –

Genealogy of Perrey’s paternal great-grandmother, Adeline Johnstone Fowles –

Genealogy of Perrey’s mother (focusing on her own father’s side) –

Genealogies of Perrey’s maternal grandfather, Wellington Oakman Hay, Jr. –

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