(?) Crider1

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     (?) Crider married Helen May Raynes, daughter of Lewis Campbell Raynes and Nellie J Casto.1,2
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Family: (?) Crider and Helen May 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.

Alana (?)1

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Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Family: Alana (?) and Clarence A. Raynes

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., 10-26 Clarence Raynes, b. 29 April 1927, m. 1st Mildred Hill (divorced, 1 child), 2nd Alana (divorced, 1 daughter and 2 Step-children), 3rd Louise.

Louise (?)1

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Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Family: Louise (?) and Clarence A. Raynes

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., 10-26 Clarence Raynes, b. 29 April 1927, m. 1st Mildred Hill (divorced, 1 child), 2nd Alana (divorced, 1 daughter and 2 Step-children), 3rd Louise.

Isaac Adams1

M, b. circa 1814
     Isaac Adams married Lydia Bryant.1 Isaac Adams was born circa 1814 in Maine.2
Last Edited29 Aug 2008

Children of Isaac Adams and Lydia Bryant

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., 9-31 Mary Alice Raynes, (Minnie), b. c1860, age 60 in 1920 census, d. 1931, m. 1st 13 Jan 1878 Thomas J. Adams, b. Raymond, ME, d. 9 Dec 1900, s/o Isaac Adams and Lydia (Bryant) Adams, m. 2nd bet 1910-1920 Fred C. Collins of Wales, ME, b. Aug 1852, d. bef 1922, s/o Charles F. & Elizabeth Collins.
    See App. p. 106. Caroline (Raynes) Leighton discovered much of the info on this family in 1995 at the Auburn Library buried in the READ-HART family histories.
    Mrs. Thomas J. Adams was living in Plainville, CT when she made application for D.A.R. membership. Her father, also spent his last years in CT.
    Children: (they had at least one daughter?).
  2. [S1423] Census: 1880 Androscoggin, Maine, Auburn, District 2, June 11, 1880, HH#319-428
    Adams, Isaac, 66, travelling pump seller, ME ME ME
    wife Lydia 62, housekeeping, ME ME ME
    son Wm. B., 37, ME ME ME
    daughter-in-law Hattie L., 27, ME ME ME
    son Thomas J., 24, bookkeeper, ME ME ME
    daughter-in-law Minnie A., 22, ME ME ME
    granddaughter Gertie M., 2, ME ME ME
    daughter Etta L., 22, ME ME ME
    servant Bartlett, Mary C., 18, ME ME ME.

Lydia Bryant1

F, b. circa 1818
     Lydia Bryant married Isaac Adams.1 Lydia Bryant was born circa 1818 in Maine.2
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Children of Lydia Bryant and Isaac Adams

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., 9-31 Mary Alice Raynes, (Minnie), b. c1860, age 60 in 1920 census, d. 1931, m. 1st 13 Jan 1878 Thomas J. Adams, b. Raymond, ME, d. 9 Dec 1900, s/o Isaac Adams and Lydia (Bryant) Adams, m. 2nd bet 1910-1920 Fred C. Collins of Wales, ME, b. Aug 1852, d. bef 1922, s/o Charles F. & Elizabeth Collins.
    See App. p. 106. Caroline (Raynes) Leighton discovered much of the info on this family in 1995 at the Auburn Library buried in the READ-HART family histories.
    Mrs. Thomas J. Adams was living in Plainville, CT when she made application for D.A.R. membership. Her father, also spent his last years in CT.
    Children: (they had at least one daughter?).
  2. [S1423] Census: 1880 Androscoggin, Maine, Auburn, District 2, June 11, 1880, HH#319-428
    Adams, Isaac, 66, travelling pump seller, ME ME ME
    wife Lydia 62, housekeeping, ME ME ME
    son Wm. B., 37, ME ME ME
    daughter-in-law Hattie L., 27, ME ME ME
    son Thomas J., 24, bookkeeper, ME ME ME
    daughter-in-law Minnie A., 22, ME ME ME
    granddaughter Gertie M., 2, ME ME ME
    daughter Etta L., 22, ME ME ME
    servant Bartlett, Mary C., 18, ME ME ME.

Charles F. Collins1

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     Charles F. Collins married Elizabeth (?)1
Last Edited29 Aug 2008

Child of Charles F. Collins and Elizabeth (?)

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., 9-31 Mary Alice Raynes, (Minnie), b. c1860, age 60 in 1920 census, d. 1931, m. 1st 13 Jan 1878 Thomas J. Adams, b. Raymond, ME, d. 9 Dec 1900, s/o Isaac Adams and Lydia (Bryant) Adams, m. 2nd bet 1910-1920 Fred C. Collins of Wales, ME, b. Aug 1852, d. bef 1922, s/o Charles F. & Elizabeth Collins.
    See App. p. 106. Caroline (Raynes) Leighton discovered much of the info on this family in 1995 at the Auburn Library buried in the READ-HART family histories.
    Mrs. Thomas J. Adams was living in Plainville, CT when she made application for D.A.R. membership. Her father, also spent his last years in CT.
    Children: (they had at least one daughter?).

Elizabeth (?)1

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     Elizabeth (?) married Charles F. Collins.1
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Child of Elizabeth (?) and Charles F. Collins

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., 9-31 Mary Alice Raynes, (Minnie), b. c1860, age 60 in 1920 census, d. 1931, m. 1st 13 Jan 1878 Thomas J. Adams, b. Raymond, ME, d. 9 Dec 1900, s/o Isaac Adams and Lydia (Bryant) Adams, m. 2nd bet 1910-1920 Fred C. Collins of Wales, ME, b. Aug 1852, d. bef 1922, s/o Charles F. & Elizabeth Collins.
    See App. p. 106. Caroline (Raynes) Leighton discovered much of the info on this family in 1995 at the Auburn Library buried in the READ-HART family histories.
    Mrs. Thomas J. Adams was living in Plainville, CT when she made application for D.A.R. membership. Her father, also spent his last years in CT.
    Children: (they had at least one daughter?).

George S. Collins1

M, b. circa 1903
     George S. Collins was born circa 1903 in Maine.1 He is the son of Fred C. Collins and Mary Alice "Minnie" Raynes.1
Last Edited29 Aug 2008
Father*Fred C. Collins1 b. c 1855, d. b 1922
Mother*Mary Alice "Minnie" Raynes1 b. c 1858, d. 1931

Citations

  1. [S1528] Census: 1920 Androscoggin, Maine, Wales, District 41, January 8-10, 1920, HH#47-47
    Collins, C. Fred, 65, ME ME ME
    wife Mary A., 60, ME ME ME
    son Georg S., 17, ME ME ME.

William B. Adams1

M, b. circa 1843
     William B. Adams married Hattie L. (?)1 William B. Adams was born circa 1843 in Maine.1 He was the son of Isaac Adams and Lydia Bryant.1
Last Edited29 Aug 2008
Father*Isaac Adams1 b. c 1814
Mother*Lydia Bryant1 b. c 1818

Family: William B. Adams and Hattie L. (?)

Citations

  1. [S1423] Census: 1880 Androscoggin, Maine, Auburn, District 2, June 11, 1880, HH#319-428
    Adams, Isaac, 66, travelling pump seller, ME ME ME
    wife Lydia 62, housekeeping, ME ME ME
    son Wm. B., 37, ME ME ME
    daughter-in-law Hattie L., 27, ME ME ME
    son Thomas J., 24, bookkeeper, ME ME ME
    daughter-in-law Minnie A., 22, ME ME ME
    granddaughter Gertie M., 2, ME ME ME
    daughter Etta L., 22, ME ME ME
    servant Bartlett, Mary C., 18, ME ME ME.

Hattie L. (?)1

F, b. circa 1853
     Hattie L. (?) married William B. Adams, son of Isaac Adams and Lydia Bryant.1 Hattie L. (?) was born circa 1853 in Maine.1
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Family: Hattie L. (?) and William B. Adams

Citations

  1. [S1423] Census: 1880 Androscoggin, Maine, Auburn, District 2, June 11, 1880, HH#319-428
    Adams, Isaac, 66, travelling pump seller, ME ME ME
    wife Lydia 62, housekeeping, ME ME ME
    son Wm. B., 37, ME ME ME
    daughter-in-law Hattie L., 27, ME ME ME
    son Thomas J., 24, bookkeeper, ME ME ME
    daughter-in-law Minnie A., 22, ME ME ME
    granddaughter Gertie M., 2, ME ME ME
    daughter Etta L., 22, ME ME ME
    servant Bartlett, Mary C., 18, ME ME ME.