William Reeve (missionary)
- See also William Reeve (bishop) (1844-1925), missionary to Canada
William Reeve (1794-1850) was a London Missionary Society missionary to India, author of an early dictionary of the Kannada language, and translator with John Hands of the Bible into Kannada. The dictionary was compiled from 1827 to 1834, when he was in Bangalore. His connection with the Society ceased November 23, 1835.
- Richard Lovett, The History of the London Missionary Society, 1795-1895 vol. 2 (1899), p. 106; archive.org.
- Indian missionary directory and memorial volume Brenton Hamline Badley - 1881 "William Reeve. B. 1794. 0. Feb. 7, 1816. A. at Madras Aug. 26, 1816, and at Bellary, Sept. 27. R. to Eng. Sept. 18, 1824.1tt. ... revision of Canarese Bible. Compiled two Canarese English Dictionaries H. to Eng. Feb. 17, 1834 Connection with Society ceased, Nov. 23, 1335 Date of death unknown. "
- George Eyre Evans, William George Dimock Fletcher, William Kinsella, Shropshire Parish Registers: Nonconformist and Roman Catholic registers (1903), section Oswestry Old Chapel registers, p. v; archive.org.