Arlene Taylor

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     Arlene Taylor married Clarence Earl Raynes, son of Lewis Campbell Raynes and Nellie J Casto, on 7 June 1952 in West Virginia.1,2,3
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Children of Arlene Taylor and Clarence Earl Raynes

Citations

  1. [S1581] Obit: Clarence Earl Raynes, Clarence Earl Raynes
    COLUMBIANA - Clarence Earl Raynes, 74 of 285 Boston St., Washingtonville, Ohio, passed away at 1:01 a.m. on Saturday, Feb.12, 2005 at the New Smyrna Racetrack in Florida from complications of emphysema.
    Clarence was born on Feb. 7, 1931 in Nitro, W.VA., the son of Lewis E. and Nellie Casto Raynes.
    Clarence moved to the local area in 1965. He was a truck driver for Youngstown Welding & Engineering for 23 years retiring in 1993. He attended the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene. He was U.S. Army veteran from 1954-1956 serving during the Korean War. He was a member of Steelworkers Union Local of Youngstown.
    Survivors include his wife, the former Arlene Taylor Raynes whom he married on June 7, 1952; three daughters, Linda Raynes and fiance Tom Dykens of Lisbon; Lois Pieren of Columbiana and Susan and husband Rob Jones in the U.S. Air Force, Spain; five sons, Lloyd and wife Kathy Raynes of Akron; Lester Raynes of Washingtonville; Robert and wife Heike Raynes of North Lima; David and wife Bonnie Raynes of Leetonia; and Mitchell and wife Donna Raynes of Homosassa, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Crider and Mrs. Pauline Steal both of St. Albans, W.Va.; three brothers, Lloyd Raynes of Memphis, Tenn., Charles and Jessie Raynes of Nitro, W.Va. and Ronald Raynes of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; 19 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
    He was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters.
    Services will be at 11 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 18, 2005 at the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene with Pastor Jan Winnale officiating.
    Burial will be in Crest Haven Memorial Gardens. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005 at the Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home in Columbiana and one hour prior to the service on Friday, Feb. 18, 2005 at the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene.
    The family suggests that material tributes be made to the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene Building Fund.
    2/16/05.
  2. [S1397] Book: "The Main Line Raynes", co-authored by William C. Raynes and Josephine Gould, 11 generations 1625-1975, 2nd Edition, published July 1997. Donated by Karen Raynes Beggs to John Teets, July 2008., 10-06 Lewis Campbell Raynes, b. 9 Sep 1895 Putnam Co. WV, d. 22 Nov 1958 Nitro WV, m. 1918 Nellie J. Casto, b. 25 Jun 1899, d. 9 Jul 1988 Charleston, WV
    Children:
    Lloyd Lewis Raynes, b. 19 Mar 1919
    Lester Golden Raynes, b. 28 Jun 1921
    Beulah Fay Raynes, b. 13 Feb 1922
    Helen May Raynes, b. 17 Sep 1924, m. Crider, lives St. Albans WV 1994
    Glen Edward Raynes, b. 7 Oct 1926
    Doris Jean Raynes, b. 4 Jul 1928, m. Taylor
    Charles Samuel Raynes, b. 9 Oct 1929
    11-04 Clarence Earl Raynes, b. 7 Feb 1931, m. 1952 Arlene Taylor
    Anna Pauline Raynes, b. 2 Aug 1933
    Ronald Ray Raynes, b. 1 Aug 1936
    Genevive and Opal Raynes died in infancy.
  3. [S1397] Book: "The Main Line Raynes", co-authored by William C. Raynes and Josephine Gould, 11 generations 1625-1975, 2nd Edition, published July 1997. Donated by Karen Raynes Beggs to John Teets, July 2008., 11-04 Clarence Earl Raynes, b. 7 Feb 1931 Nitro, WV, m. 7 Jun 1952 Charleston WV Velma Arlene Taylor, b. 26 May 1934 Charleston WV, d/o Delford O. & Dessie (Summers) Taylor.
    Children:
    Lloyd Duane Raynes, b. 1953
    Lester Delford Raynes, b. 1955
    Linda Vedair Raynes, b. 1956
    Robert Lee Raynes, b. 1957
    Lois June Raynes, b. 1960
    David Paul Raynes, b. 1962
    Mitchel Alfred Raynes, b. 1966
    Susan Elaine Raynes, b. 1972
    one child died at birth.

Ronald Ray Raynes1

M, b. 1 August 1936, d. after 12 February 2005
     Ronald Ray Raynes married Eleanor (?) Ronald Ray Raynes was born on 1 August 1936 in Nitro, West Virginia.1 He was the son of Lewis Campbell Raynes and Nellie J Casto. Ronald Ray Raynes died after 12 February 2005.2
Last Edited2 Sep 2008
Father*Lewis Campbell Raynes b. 29 Sep 1896, d. 22 Nov 1958
Mother*Nellie J Casto b. c 1900

Family: Ronald Ray Raynes and Eleanor (?)

Citations

  1. [S1397] Book: "The Main Line Raynes", co-authored by William C. Raynes and Josephine Gould, 11 generations 1625-1975, 2nd Edition, published July 1997. Donated by Karen Raynes Beggs to John Teets, July 2008., 10-06 Lewis Campbell Raynes, b. 9 Sep 1895 Putnam Co. WV, d. 22 Nov 1958 Nitro WV, m. 1918 Nellie J. Casto, b. 25 Jun 1899, d. 9 Jul 1988 Charleston, WV
    Children:
    Lloyd Lewis Raynes, b. 19 Mar 1919
    Lester Golden Raynes, b. 28 Jun 1921
    Beulah Fay Raynes, b. 13 Feb 1922
    Helen May Raynes, b. 17 Sep 1924, m. Crider, lives St. Albans WV 1994
    Glen Edward Raynes, b. 7 Oct 1926
    Doris Jean Raynes, b. 4 Jul 1928, m. Taylor
    Charles Samuel Raynes, b. 9 Oct 1929
    11-04 Clarence Earl Raynes, b. 7 Feb 1931, m. 1952 Arlene Taylor
    Anna Pauline Raynes, b. 2 Aug 1933
    Ronald Ray Raynes, b. 1 Aug 1936
    Genevive and Opal Raynes died in infancy.
  2. [S1581] Obit: Clarence Earl Raynes, Clarence Earl Raynes
    COLUMBIANA - Clarence Earl Raynes, 74 of 285 Boston St., Washingtonville, Ohio, passed away at 1:01 a.m. on Saturday, Feb.12, 2005 at the New Smyrna Racetrack in Florida from complications of emphysema.
    Clarence was born on Feb. 7, 1931 in Nitro, W.VA., the son of Lewis E. and Nellie Casto Raynes.
    Clarence moved to the local area in 1965. He was a truck driver for Youngstown Welding & Engineering for 23 years retiring in 1993. He attended the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene. He was U.S. Army veteran from 1954-1956 serving during the Korean War. He was a member of Steelworkers Union Local of Youngstown.
    Survivors include his wife, the former Arlene Taylor Raynes whom he married on June 7, 1952; three daughters, Linda Raynes and fiance Tom Dykens of Lisbon; Lois Pieren of Columbiana and Susan and husband Rob Jones in the U.S. Air Force, Spain; five sons, Lloyd and wife Kathy Raynes of Akron; Lester Raynes of Washingtonville; Robert and wife Heike Raynes of North Lima; David and wife Bonnie Raynes of Leetonia; and Mitchell and wife Donna Raynes of Homosassa, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Crider and Mrs. Pauline Steal both of St. Albans, W.Va.; three brothers, Lloyd Raynes of Memphis, Tenn., Charles and Jessie Raynes of Nitro, W.Va. and Ronald Raynes of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; 19 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
    He was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters.
    Services will be at 11 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 18, 2005 at the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene with Pastor Jan Winnale officiating.
    Burial will be in Crest Haven Memorial Gardens. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005 at the Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home in Columbiana and one hour prior to the service on Friday, Feb. 18, 2005 at the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene.
    The family suggests that material tributes be made to the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene Building Fund.
    2/16/05.

Eleanor (?)

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     Eleanor (?) married Ronald Ray Raynes, son of Lewis Campbell Raynes and Nellie J Casto.
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Family: Eleanor (?) and Ronald Ray Raynes

Anna Pauline Raynes1

F, b. 2 August 1933, d. after 12 February 2005
     Anna Pauline Raynes was born on 2 August 1933 in Nitro, West Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Lewis Campbell Raynes and Nellie J Casto. Anna Pauline Raynes married Earl Steele on 22 June 1951. Anna Pauline Raynes died after 12 February 2005.2
Last Edited26 Apr 2012
Father*Lewis Campbell Raynes b. 29 Sep 1896, d. 22 Nov 1958
Mother*Nellie J Casto b. c 1900

Family: Anna Pauline Raynes and Earl Steele

Citations

  1. [S1397] Book: "The Main Line Raynes", co-authored by William C. Raynes and Josephine Gould, 11 generations 1625-1975, 2nd Edition, published July 1997. Donated by Karen Raynes Beggs to John Teets, July 2008., 10-06 Lewis Campbell Raynes, b. 9 Sep 1895 Putnam Co. WV, d. 22 Nov 1958 Nitro WV, m. 1918 Nellie J. Casto, b. 25 Jun 1899, d. 9 Jul 1988 Charleston, WV
    Children:
    Lloyd Lewis Raynes, b. 19 Mar 1919
    Lester Golden Raynes, b. 28 Jun 1921
    Beulah Fay Raynes, b. 13 Feb 1922
    Helen May Raynes, b. 17 Sep 1924, m. Crider, lives St. Albans WV 1994
    Glen Edward Raynes, b. 7 Oct 1926
    Doris Jean Raynes, b. 4 Jul 1928, m. Taylor
    Charles Samuel Raynes, b. 9 Oct 1929
    11-04 Clarence Earl Raynes, b. 7 Feb 1931, m. 1952 Arlene Taylor
    Anna Pauline Raynes, b. 2 Aug 1933
    Ronald Ray Raynes, b. 1 Aug 1936
    Genevive and Opal Raynes died in infancy.
  2. [S1581] Obit: Clarence Earl Raynes, Clarence Earl Raynes
    COLUMBIANA - Clarence Earl Raynes, 74 of 285 Boston St., Washingtonville, Ohio, passed away at 1:01 a.m. on Saturday, Feb.12, 2005 at the New Smyrna Racetrack in Florida from complications of emphysema.
    Clarence was born on Feb. 7, 1931 in Nitro, W.VA., the son of Lewis E. and Nellie Casto Raynes.
    Clarence moved to the local area in 1965. He was a truck driver for Youngstown Welding & Engineering for 23 years retiring in 1993. He attended the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene. He was U.S. Army veteran from 1954-1956 serving during the Korean War. He was a member of Steelworkers Union Local of Youngstown.
    Survivors include his wife, the former Arlene Taylor Raynes whom he married on June 7, 1952; three daughters, Linda Raynes and fiance Tom Dykens of Lisbon; Lois Pieren of Columbiana and Susan and husband Rob Jones in the U.S. Air Force, Spain; five sons, Lloyd and wife Kathy Raynes of Akron; Lester Raynes of Washingtonville; Robert and wife Heike Raynes of North Lima; David and wife Bonnie Raynes of Leetonia; and Mitchell and wife Donna Raynes of Homosassa, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Crider and Mrs. Pauline Steal both of St. Albans, W.Va.; three brothers, Lloyd Raynes of Memphis, Tenn., Charles and Jessie Raynes of Nitro, W.Va. and Ronald Raynes of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; 19 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
    He was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters.
    Services will be at 11 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 18, 2005 at the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene with Pastor Jan Winnale officiating.
    Burial will be in Crest Haven Memorial Gardens. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005 at the Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home in Columbiana and one hour prior to the service on Friday, Feb. 18, 2005 at the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene.
    The family suggests that material tributes be made to the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene Building Fund.
    2/16/05.

Earl Steele

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     Earl Steele married Anna Pauline Raynes, daughter of Lewis Campbell Raynes and Nellie J Casto, on 22 June 1951.
Last Edited22 Sep 2004

Family: Earl Steele and Anna Pauline Raynes

Mary Francis "Fannie" Pierce1,2,3,4,5

F, b. 22 March 1841, d. 22 May 1926
     Mary Francis "Fannie" Pierce was born on 22 March 1841 in Virginia.7,8,9,4,10,11 She was the daughter of William "Will" Pierce and Lucy Priddy.6 Mary Francis "Fannie" Pierce married Nathaniel Sedwick Raynes, son of Nathaniel L. Raynes and Hester Ann "Hetty" Workman, on 28 June 1860 in Mason, Mason, West Virginia.12 Mary Francis "Fannie" Pierce died on 22 May 1926 in Buffalo, Putnam, West Virginia, at age 85.13,6 She was buried on 24 May 1926 in Buffalo, Putnam, West Virginia.1
Last Edited16 Jul 2008
Father*William "Will" Pierce6
Mother*Lucy Priddy6

Children of Mary Francis "Fannie" Pierce and Nathaniel Sedwick Raynes

     Mary Francis "Fannie" Pierce was also known as Mary Frances Pearce.7

Citations

  1. [S537] Death Records: WV Division of Culture and History, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_select.aspx, Mary Francis Raynes, maiden name Mary Francis Pierce, born April 22, 1841 in Virginia, d/o William Pierce (Virginia) and Lucy Priddy (Virginia), age 85y 1m, died May 22, 1926 in Buffalo, Putnam County, West Virginia. Informant J. R. Raynes. Buried May 24, 1926 in Buffalo by Chas. Raynes.
  2. [S1217] Familysearch Labs, Name: William Lewis Raynes
    Death date: 12 Apr 1947
    Death place: Putnam, West Virginia
    Gender: Male
    Age at death: 86 years 17 days
    Birth date: 1861
    Birth place:
    Marital status: Married
    Spouse name: Nettie S. Raynes
    Father name: N. S. Raynes
    Father birth place:
    Mother name: F. M. Pierce
    Mother birth place:
    Occupation:
    Street address:
    Residence:
    Cemetery name:
    Burial place:
    Burial date:
    Film number: 1983940
    Digital GS number: 4032153
    Image number: 2269
    Reference number: 5254
    Source: Statewide
    Collection: West Virginia Deaths 1853-1970.
  3. [S537] Death Records: WV Division of Culture and History, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_select.aspx, William Lewis Raynes, born March 26, 1861 in Buffalo, Putnam County, West Virginia, s/o N. S. Raynes (West Virginia) and F. M. Pierce (West Virginia), died April 12, 1947 in Buffalo, Putnam County, West Virginia. Informant W. H. Raynes (Buffalo). Buried April 14, 1947 in Buffalo Cemetery, Buffalo by C. H. Raynes.
  4. [S488] Census: 1900 Putnam, West Virginia, Buffalo, June 1900, HH#17-18
    Raynes, N. S., Sep 1841, 58, married 39 years, OH MD OH
    wife Fannie, Apr 1841, 59, 8 children, 8 living, WV VA WV
    son Henry B., Oct 1879, 20, WV OH WV
    son Albert, Jan 1874, 26, WV OH WV.
  5. [S487] Census: 1910 Putnam, West Virginia, Buffalo, District 158, April 18, 1910, HH#44-45
    Raynes, Nathaniel, 68, married 49 years, OH MD OH
    wife Fannie, 68, married 49 years, 8 children, 8 living, WV WV WV
    son Thomas H. B., 27, WV WV WV.
  6. [S1217] Familysearch Labs, Name: Mary Francis Raynes
    Death date: 22 May 1926
    Death place: Putnam, West Virginia
    Gender:
    Age at death:
    Birth date:
    Birth place:
    Marital status: Married
    Spouse name: N.S. Raynes
    Father name: William Pierce
    Father birth place:
    Mother name: Lucy Priddy
    Mother birth place:
    Occupation:
    Street address:
    Residence:
    Cemetery name:
    Burial place:
    Burial date:
    Film number: 1953325
    Digital GS number: 4257766
    Image number: 1592
    Reference number: 7560
    Source: Statewide
    Collection: West Virginia Deaths 1853-1970.
  7. [S1397] Book: "The Main Line Raynes", co-authored by William C. Raynes and Josephine Gould, 11 generations 1625-1975, 2nd Edition, published July 1997. Donated by Karen Raynes Beggs to John Teets, July 2008., p 8-49, Mary Frances Pearce, b. 22 Mar 1841, d. 22 Apr 1926 in Buffalo, West Virginia, d/o William (b. Maryland, father b. Ireland) & Lucy (Priddy) Pierce (aka Pearce) (b. Maryland). Lucy's father William "Will" Priddy was in the war of 1812.
  8. [S459] Census: 1870 Putnam, West Virginia, Buffalo, August 10, 1870, HH#42-42
    Raynes, Nathaniel S., 28, farmer, OH
    Mary F., 28, VA
    William L., 9, VA
    Lucy J., 7, VA
    Hester A., 5, WV
    Nathaniel R., 2, WV.
  9. [S489] Census: 1880 Putnam, West Virginia, Buffalo, District 109, June 18-19, 1880, HH#171-172
    Raynes, ..., [Nathaniel Sedwick], 38, farmer, OH NY OH
    wife ..., [Fannie], 38, keeping house, WV WV WV
    son Wm .. [William Lewis], 19, works on farm, WV OH WV
    daughter Josephine, 17, at home, WV OH WV
    daughter Hester A., 14, WV WV WV
    son Nat R., 12, works on farm, WV WV WV
    son Thomis F., [John Rome], 9, WV WV WV
    son Saml E., 5, WV WV WV
    son Thos. Henry, 7/12, WV WV
    son Geo. A., 7, WVWV WV.
  10. [S487] Census: 1910 Putnam, West Virginia, Buffalo, District 158, April 18, 1910, HH#44-45
    Raynes, Nathaniel, 68, married 49 years, OH MD OH
    wife Fannie, 68, married 49 years, 8 children, 8 living, WV WV WV
    son Thomas H. B., 24, WV OH WV.
  11. [S491] Census: 1920 Putnam, West Virginia, Buffalo, District 102, January 15, 1920, HH#108-110
    Raynes, N. S., 78, OH NJ OH
    wife M. F., 78, WV VA VA.
  12. [S1397] Book: "The Main Line Raynes", co-authored by William C. Raynes and Josephine Gould, 11 generations 1625-1975, 2nd Edition, published July 1997. Donated by Karen Raynes Beggs to John Teets, July 2008., p 8-49, married in Mason, West Virginia.
  13. [S537] Death Records: WV Division of Culture and History, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_select.aspx, Mary Francis Raynes, maiden name Mary Francis Pierce, born April 22, 1841 in Virginia, d/o William Pierce (Virginia) and Lucy Priddy (Virginia), age 85y 1m, died May 22, 1926 in Buffalo, Putnam County, West Virginia. Informant J. R. Raynes [son]. Buried May 24, 1926 in Buffalo by Chas. Raynes.
  14. [S537] Death Records: WV Division of Culture and History, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_select.aspx, John Rome Raynes, born August 23, 1870 in West Virginia, s/o Nathanial Raynes and Francis Pierce, widowed, retired, died June 8, 1950 in Dunbar, Kanawha County, West Virginia. Informant Charles S. Raynes. Buried June 10, 1950 in Buffalo Memorial Park by Charles S. Raynes.
  15. [S489] Census: 1880 Putnam, West Virginia, Buffalo, District 109, June 18-19, 1880, HH#171-172
    Raynes, ..., [Nathaniel Sedwick], 38, farmer, OH NY OH
    wife ..., [Fannie], 38, keeping house, WV WV WV
    son Wm .. [William Lewis], 19, works on farm, WV OH WV
    daughter Josephine, 17, at home, WV OH WV
    daughter Hester A., 14, WV WV WV
    son Nat R., 12, works on farm, WV WV WV
    son Thomis F., [John Rome?], 9, WV WV WV
    son Saml E., 5, WV WV WV
    son Thos. Henry, 7/12, WV WV
    son Geo. A., 7, WVWV WV.

David Daugherty1

M, d. 1860
     David Daugherty married Mary Jane Raynes, daughter of Nathaniel L. Raynes and Hester Ann "Hetty" Workman, on 16 January 1854 in Marshall, Virginia.2,3 David Daugherty died in 1860.3
Last Edited18 Feb 2012
     David Daugherty was also known as David Doherty.3

Citations

  1. [S2802] Ancestry.com: Ohio Marriages, 1800-1958, Groom's Name: Milton L. Paine
    Groom's Birth Date:
    Groom's Birthplace: Ashland Co., Ohio
    Groom's Age:
    Bride's Name: Lizzie Ann Ralph
    Bride's Birth Date: 1865
    Bride's Birthplace: Martinsville, Va.
    Bride's Age: 53
    Marriage Date: 04 Dec 1918
    Marriage Place: Franklin County, Ohio
    Groom's Father's Name: Ira Paine
    Groom's Mother's Name: Lida Knowlton
    Bride's Father's Name: David Daugherty
    Bride's Mother's Name: Mary Jane Raynes
    Groom's Race:
    Groom's Marital Status:
    Groom's Previous Wife's Name:
    Bride's Race:
    Bride's Marital Status:
    Bride's Previous Husband's Name: J. Henry Ralph
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M86844-3
    System Origin: Ohio-VR
    Source Film Number: 1854967
    Reference Number: 2:404X4PF.
  2. [S606] Marriage Records: WV, Division of Culture and History, January 16, 1854 in Marshall County, (West) Virginia
    Doherty, David
    Raynes, Mary Jane.
  3. [S1397] Book: "The Main Line Raynes", co-authored by William C. Raynes and Josephine Gould, 11 generations 1625-1975, 2nd Edition, published July 1997. Donated by Karen Raynes Beggs to John Teets, July 2008., 7-8 Nathaniel L. Raynes, b. 10 May 1806 Vienna, Kennebec Co., ME, d. 1841 Belmont Co., OH, m. 15 Apr 1828 Belmont Co., OH Hester Workman, b. 19 Apr 1804, d. 17 Apr 1887, d/o Stephen (or Benj.) & Priscilla (Doss) Workman. Resided in Vienna ME, Belmont Co. OH, Marshall Co. WV. Hester (Workman) Raynes m. 2nd Garner, no children. Children of Nathaniel/Hester:
    8-40 Lucy Jane (or Mary?) Raynes, b. 12 Oct 1836, m. 1st 1853 David Doherty, d. 1860, 2nd, 1861 Arthur J. Ray, buried 1st St. Cemetery, Moundsville, WV. Children:
    Surname Doherty: Lizzie, Albert, Hester
    Surname Ray: Bill, Clark, Robert, Henry, d. young, Charles, Pearl.

Arthur Thompson Ray1

M, d. between 1880 and 1900
     Arthur Thompson Ray married Mary Jane Raynes, daughter of Nathaniel L. Raynes and Hester Ann "Hetty" Workman, in 1861.2 Arthur Thompson Ray was buried between 1880 and 1900 in Gallipolis, Ohio.1 He died between 1880 and 1900.1
Last Edited22 Feb 2012

Citations

  1. [S2805] Carol Berry, Email to John teets, 2/20/2012, Daugherty-Raynes Genealogy.
  2. [S1397] Book: "The Main Line Raynes", co-authored by William C. Raynes and Josephine Gould, 11 generations 1625-1975, 2nd Edition, published July 1997. Donated by Karen Raynes Beggs to John Teets, July 2008., 7-8 Nathaniel L. Raynes, b. 10 May 1806 Vienna, Kennebec Co., ME, d. 1841 Belmont Co., OH, m. 15 Apr 1828 Belmont Co., OH Hester Workman, b. 19 Apr 1804, d. 17 Apr 1887, d/o Stephen (or Benj.) & Priscilla (Doss) Workman. Resided in Vienna ME, Belmont Co. OH, Marshall Co. WV. Hester (Workman) Raynes m. 2nd Garner, no children. Children of Nathaniel/Hester:
    8-40 Lucy Jane (or Mary?) Raynes, b. 12 Oct 1836, m. 1st 1853 David Doherty, d. 1860, 2nd, 1861 Arthur J. Ray, buried 1st St. Cemetery, Moundsville, WV. Children:
    Surname Doherty: Lizzie, Albert, Hester
    Surname Ray: Bill, Clark, Robert, Henry, d. young, Charles, Pearl.

Floyd Jackson

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     Floyd Jackson married Mary Amanda "Mamie" Raynes, daughter of William Lewis Raynes and Mary Ann Harmison, on 19 April 1902.1
Last Edited28 Jul 2008

Citations

  1. [S1397] Book: "The Main Line Raynes", co-authored by William C. Raynes and Josephine Gould, 11 generations 1625-1975, 2nd Edition, published July 1997. Donated by Karen Raynes Beggs to John Teets, July 2008., 9-67 Mary Amanda Raynes, b. 30 Jun 1875, d. 14 Jan 1954, m. 19 Apr 1902 Floyd Jackson. School teacher. They built home 1917 in St. Albans, WV where Isabel still lives. Children:
    Isabel Jackson, m. Baxter
    Harry F. Jackson.

William Sharp

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     William Sharp married Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" Raynes, daughter of Nathaniel L. Raynes and Hester Ann "Hetty" Workman.
Last Edited28 Jul 2008

Citations

  1. [S1397] Book: "The Main Line Raynes", co-authored by William C. Raynes and Josephine Gould, 11 generations 1625-1975, 2nd Edition, published July 1997. Donated by Karen Raynes Beggs to John Teets, July 2008., 7-8 Nathaniel L. Raynes, b. 10 May 1806 Vienna, Kennebec Co., ME, d. 1841 Belmont Co., OH, m. 15 Apr 1828 Belmont Co., OH Hester Workman, b. 19 Apr 1804, d. 17 Apr 1887, d/o Stephen (or Benj.) & Priscilla (Doss) Workman. Resided in Vienna ME, Belmont Co. OH, Marshall Co. WV. Hester (Workman) Raynes m. 2nd Garner, no children. Children of Nathaniel/Hester:
    8-13 Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" Raynes, b. 12 Mar 1828- m. William Sharp.
    A family of very good artists. Children:
    Zerah, Benjamin d. young, Ross, J. Marrel, J.H., Nettie, Avery.