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Marriage: Children:
  1. Ann Editha Rasin: Birth: 15 Oct 1845. Death: 22 Jul 1918

  2. Philip C Rasin: Birth: 14 Feb 1847. Death: 13 Jul 1850

  3. Emily J Rasin: Birth: 21 Aug 1849. Death: 30 Dec 1930

  4. Thomas Franklin Rasin: Birth: 9 Apr 1851. Death: 1893

  5. Mary E Rasin: Birth: 18 May 1853. Death: 9 Sep 1881

  6. Medford Mc Rasin: Birth: 2 Feb 1855. Death: Jun 1906

  7. Charles Roby Rasin: Birth: 2 Mar 1858. Death: 1945

  8. Perry B Rasin: Birth: 12 Feb 1860. Death: 1931

  9. Rachel Rasin: Birth: 14 Jul 1862. Death: 13 Aug 1862

  10. William Blackiston Rasin: Birth: 6 Jan 1865. Death: Feb 1865

a. Note:   Dulany Rasin his brother Richard L. Rasin and their mother, Sarah Bennett Rasin, are buried in Union, as well as many of their children. Worton Gleaning by Cooper 1983.
  He was probably named for his father's uncle Daniel Dulaney who married Philip's mother Martha's sister. His children's names and information comes from Carolyn E. Cooper's work William Blackiston Rasin Family.
  !CENSUS: 1860 Kent Co, MD 456-459 Delany Raisin 44, Mary 39, Ann E. 14, Emma J. 11, Thomas 9, Mary 7, McCall M. 5, Roby 2, Perry 5/12, Berry Beck 35, George Beck 35.
  !CENSUS: 1880 Kent Co, MD D. RASIN Self M Male W 64 MD Farming --- --- Mary J. RASIN Wife M Female W 59 MD Keeps House --- --- Thomas RASIN Son S Male W 29 MD Work Farm --- --- Perry RASIN Son S Male W 20 MD Work Farm --- --- J. A. COOPER Other Male W 15 MD Work Farm Servant --- --- R. SCOTT Other Male W 14 MD Work Farm Servant --- --- Source Information: Census Place Worton, Kent, Maryland NA Film Number T9-0512 Page Number99B
  !OBIT: Death of Dulaney Rasin. Mr. Dulaney Rasin, one of the oldest citizens of Worton district, died at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. Samuel F. Cooper, near Worton Station, on Tuesday last. He was in his 75th year. Mr. Rasin was one of the best known men in his district. He was for several years a constable and in 1883 was a candidate for sheriff on the Democratic ticket. He was generous to a fault and had many warm friends all over the county. Kent News Jan. 25, 1890.
  !OBIT: same issue Jan. 25, 1890 Died Near Worton Station, Januay 21, of pneumonia, Dulaney Rasin, aged 74 years.
  !OBIT: Dulaney Rasin departed this life Jan. 21, 1890, being his seventy-fourth birthday. The subject of these few lines was a kind husband. He and his companion had journeyed together forty-five years the 6th instant. He was an affectionate father and a much loved grandfather. Good neighbor, none were turned from his door whome he could help as far as his means permitted. he was ever cheerful and would entertain young people with incidents of by-gone days much to their enjoyment. We have been acquainted with him many years and always looked upon him as an inoffensive man forgiving in disposition with a desire to be at peace with all men. We visited him several times during his illness and he expressed himself entirely submissive to the will of his Heavenly Father, saying he was ll right and not afraid of death. We have no doubt his family's loss is his eternal gain. A Friend. same issue Jan. 25, 1890 Kent News. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.