Note: =1> about John K Rayhill Name: John K Rayhill <https://secure.ancestry.com/VitalChek/selection.aspx?su=http%3a%2f%2fsearch.ancestry.com%2fcgi-bin%2fsse.dll%3frank%3d1%26new%3d1%26MSAV%3d0%26msT%3d1%26gss%3dangs-c%26gsln%3dRayhill%26uidh%3d3t5%26pcat%3dBMD_MARRIAGE%26h%3d2354406%26recoff%3d8%26db%3dinmarr1880%26indiv%3d1%26ml_rpos%3d173&ce=4&na=John+K+Rayhill&ge=&fn=&mn=&sn=Emma+M+Harris&ed=1898+Dec+25&co=Daviess&st=IN> Spouse Name: Emma M Harris Marriage Date: 25 Dec 1898 Marriage County: Daviess
Obituary in The Washington Gazette 22 Dec 1906 -- Rayhill Killed; Daviess County Boy Meets Death in Railroad Wreck in the West; Particulars of Accident Have Not Been Learned in This City - Son of Ex-Sheriff Alex Rayhill of Reeve Township -- John Rayhill, son of ex-Sheriff Alex Rayhill of Reeve township, was killed in a railroad wreck at Jamestown, North Dakota, the first of Ule week. The body arrived at Alfordsville for burial today. Particulars of the wreck have not been learned here. Mr. Rayhill was a fireman on one of the engines in the disaster. Mr. Rayhill was thirty-six years of age and leaves a wife and children. He was brought up in Daviess county, spending the early part of his life on the farm with his father. Before leaving this city he was a fireman on the B. & O. S. W. That was about five years ago. He was a member of old company D. However he did not see service in the Spanish American war. Mr. Rayhill will be remembered by many in this city, especially among the railroad men. His father lived here while sheriff of the county.
1900 Daviess Co, IN census J. S. Rayhill 26 IN/IN/IN b. Oct 1873; MD 2 years, 1 of 1 livingDistrict 2 ED 10 Sheet A line 9 #2/3;
1900 John K. Rayhill 30 IN/IN/IN Apr 1870 Emma Rayhill 19 IN/IN/IN Aug 1880 Floyd Rayhill 8/12 IN/IN/IN Sep 1899 Mable Odom 12 IN/IN/IN Oct 1887; servant
Could this be John Kiger Rayhill???
Note: Indiana, Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 <http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=5059&enc
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