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  1. Elizabeth Kate Rayhill: Birth: 5 Mar 1860 in New Albany, , Indiana. Death: 17 Mar 1860 in New Albany, , Indiana

  2. Etta Belle Rayhill: Birth: 20 Sep 1862 in New Albany, , Indiana. Death: 13 Mar 1957 in Alfordsville, Daviess, Indiana

  3. Alexandria Morton Rayhill: Birth: 30 Apr 1865 in Reeve Township, Daviess, Indiana. Death: 23 Aug 1956 in Otwell, Pike, Indiana

  4. Eliza Thomas Rayhill: Birth: 1 Jan 1868 in Reeve Township, Daviess, Indiana. Death: 6 Oct 1873 in Reeve Township, Daviess, Indiana

  5. John Kiger Rayhill: Birth: 13 Apr 1870 in Reeve Township, Daviess, Indiana. Death: 18 Dec 1906 in , , South Dakota

  6. Joseph Sabin Rayhill: Birth: 10 Oct 1873 in Reeve Township, Daviess, Indiana. Death: 3 Apr 1943 in Alfordsville, Daviess, Indiana

  7. Eli Corwin W. Rayhill: Birth: 19 Aug 1875 in Reeve Township, Daviess, Indiana. Death: 8 Feb 1947 in Hot Springs, Garland, Arkansas

  8. Homer Clyde Rayhill: Birth: 27 Aug 1878 in Reeve Township, Daviess, Indiana. Death: 1 Dec 1968 in Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana


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  1. Harry Farabee Rayhill: Birth: 26 Jul 1892 in Reeve Township, Daviess, Indiana. Death: 2 Feb 1897 in Reeve Township, Daviess, Indiana


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a. Note:   =1> about Alexander Rayhill Name: Alexander Rayhill <https://secure.ancestry.com/VitalChek/selection.aspx?su=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3fdb%3dinmarr1880%26h%3d2354388%26indiv%3dtry%26o_vc%3dRecord%3aOtherRecord%26rhSource%3d7602&ce=4&na=Alexander+Rayhill&ge=&fn=&mn=&sn=Mary+Hornoday&ed=1859+Feb+17&co=Washington&st=IN> Spouse Name: Mary Hornoday Marriage Date: 17 Feb 1859 Marriage County: Washington
  U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865 <http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1555&enc=1> about Alexander Rayhill Name: Alexander Rayhill Residence: Indiana Enlistment Date: 2 Dec 1863 Rank at enlistment: 1st Lieutenant State Served: Indiana Survived the War?: Yes Service Record: Commissioned an officer in Company B, Indiana 13th Cavalry Regiment on 28 Dec 1863.Mustered out on 18 Nov 1865 at Vicksburg, MS. Sources: Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Indiana
  1860 Washington Co, IN census Alexander Rayhill 22 IN b. 1837-1838; page 136 line 14 #994/994; 6 Jul 1860. Poll Lists Washington Twp, Washington Co, IN 1858, Alexander Rayhill. Poll Lists Franklin Twp, Washington Co, IN 1860-63, Alexander Rayhill. !Marriage record Washington Co, IN G-65, Alexander Rayhill to Mary Hornaday. 1870... 1880 Daviess Co, IN census Alexander Rayhill 42 IN/VA/IN b. 1837-1838; Reeve ED 138 page 31/484 line 35 #281/281; __ Jun 1880. 1900 Daviess Co, IN census Alex Rayhill 62 IN/NC/NC b. Jul 1837; Washington ED 17 Sheet 14B line 94 #292/298; 12 Jun 1900. 1910 Daviess Co, IN census Laura Rayhill 52 IN/IN/IN b. 1847-1848 and her brother Robert Farabe 50 IN/IN/IN; Washington Ward 2 ED 18 Sheet 8A line 45 #175/177; 20 Apr 1910. 1920.... 1930 Rice Co, KS census Laura Rayhill 72 IN/IN/IN b. 1857-1858; roomer with Dora White in Sterling ED 19...
  1860 1870 1880 1900 1910 Alexander Rayhill 22 IN 42 IN/VA/IN 62 IN/NC/NC Jul 1837 Mary J. Rayhill 19 IN 38 IN/IN/KY 1840-1841 Laura Rayhill (2nd wife) 42 IN/IN/IN 52 IN/IN/IN Dec 1857 Etta B. Rayhill 17 IN/IN/IN 1862-1863 Zannie D. Rayhill 15 IN/IN/IN 1864-1865 John R. Rayhill 10 IN/IN/IN 1869-1870 Josiah S. Rayhill 8 IN/IN/IN 1871-1872 Eli C. Rayhill 6 IN/IN/IN 1873-1874 Homer C. Rayhill 2 IN/IN/IN 1877-1878 Joseph Hollowell 19 IN/IN/IN 1860-1861; hired hand Robert Farabee 50 IN/IN/IN 1859-1860; brother
  History of Knox and Daviess County Indiana, Goodspeed Publishing;Chicago; 1886, Page: 882 -- Alexander Rayhill, is a son of John and Elizabeth (Cathcart) Rayhill. He was born in Washington Co., Ind., in July 1837, and is one of eight children. Alexander was reared in New Philadelphia, and remained with his father until his marriage, which occurred February 16, 1855, to Mary Jane Hornaday. To this union these children were born: Mary J., Elizabeth K., Etta B., Martin A., Eliza T., John C., Sabine J., and Caroline. Mr. Rayhill owns 266 acres of land, 160 of which are under good cultivation. He is a stanch Republican in his political views, and has always been so. He enlisted in the cause of the Union in September, 1863, on Company B, Thirteenth Indiana Calvary and was First Lieutenant of his company. He participated in the siege of Mobile, Nashville and numerous other engagements, and was honorably discharged at Vicksburg, November 16, 1865. He then returned to Daviess County, where he has ever since remained. He has taken considerable interest in political affairs, but has never placed his name before the people as a candidate for any office. He cast his first Presidential vote for U.S. Grant. He is an excellent farmer and citizen, and engages quite extensively in stock raising. He is a member of the Masonic Fraternity.
  http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=RAY&GSpartial=1&GSbyrel=all&GSst=17&GScntry=4&GSsr=3001&GRid=33590713& -- Alexander Rayhill, is a son of John and Elizabeth (Cathcart) Rayhill. He was born in Washington Co., Ind., in July 1837, and is one of eight children. Alexander was reared in New Philadelphia, and remained with his father until his marriage, which occurred February 16, 1855, to Mary Jane Hornaday. To this union these children were born: Mary J., Elizabeth K., Etta B., Martin A., Eliza T., John C., Sabine J., and Caroline. Mr. Rayhill owns 266 acres of land, 160 of which are under good cultivation. He is a stanch Republican in his political views, and has always been so. He enlisted in the cause of the Union in September, 1863, on Company B, Thirteenth Indiana Calvary and was First Lieutenant of his company. He participated in the siege of Mobile, Nashville and numerous other engagements, and was honorably discharged at Vicksburg, November 16, 1865. He then returned to Daviess County, where he has ever since remained. He has taken considerable interest in political affairs, but has never placed his name before the people as a candidate for any office. He cast his first Presidential vote for U.S. Grant. He is an excellent farmer and citizen, and engages quite extensively in stock raising. He is a member of the Masonic Fraternity.
  Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920 about Alexander Rayhill Name: Alexander Rayhill Date: 5 Dec 1908 Location: Reeve Township Age: 71 Yr Gender: Male Race: White Source Location: City Health Office Washington, Indiana
Note:   Indiana, Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 <http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=5059&enc


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