I have no documentation about who Pernia Reed's (Reed-13069) father was. (OR what her first name really was, but this is the spelling on her headstone, and I think it was probably something like Pernia or Pernina, from the many spellings in the records). The best evidence is that she married in 1849, and lived next door to Phillip and Mary Reed and their 17-year-old son, George, on the 1850 census. Records indicated that she lived in Adair Co all her life, so she was probably born there, and he was the only Reed head of household who was on both the 1830 and 1840 census in Adair Co.
Some trees have Phillip Reed/Reid as her father. Her death certificate only says her father's name was Read, from Virginia. Several censuses also state her father was from Virginia. Phillip Reed had come from Virginia, and her older half-siblings were born there, but actually, Phillip had traveled there from Pennsylvania, where he was born. But she may not have known that. Her father had come "from" Virginia, after all.
My ideas are to look for family Bibles, a marriage bond (not sure there was one), a will, or a land transaction showing that Phillip named Pernia as his daughter when he gave or sold the land next door to his farm to Pernia and her husband, Willis Page.
There are as yet no Wikitree profiles for Phillip and Mary. I'm waiting until I am more certain whether they are her parents.
If anyone has any suggestions on other sources I could try, or has any information that isn't so circumstantial, please help!
P. S. Phillip Reed's Familysearch profile: https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/LZP6-DXR
Reed on Adair Co censuses 1830-1840
(of these, Phillip and Moses have a tick mark that could be her)
Phillip (1 female 5-10; 1 female 10-15)
Andrew (might be son of Philip; next door with wife and daughter under age 5, not Pernia's father, possibly her half-brother)
Emanuel (1 female 5-10 and 2 females 10-15)
David (1 female age 10-15)
(from Ky Kin Folk web site for Adair Co, and Familysearch)