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David D. Rainey: some family trails

Marcelle Douglass Hoskins
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Richardson, Texas : M.D. Hoskins, c1990
i, 141 p. : ill., facsims.

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Includes bibliographic references.

Includes a name index.

Also includes Riney as a variant spelling.

Also includes Davis, Douglass, Dye, Hall, Hilderbrand (Hildebrand), Howell, Luckett, Mann, McGee, Matthews, Miller, Pipkin, Roper, Smothers, and other related families.

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David D. Rainey was born ca. 1735 in Orange County, North Carolina. He and his wife Jiney had eight children, all born in Orange County. They moved from North Carolina to Greene County, Tennessee, ca. 1804. Their eldest son, David Lemuel, married Nancy Davis, and had eight children from 1802-1817. Their family moved from Tennessee to Missouri in the early 1800's, and later to Nauvoo (Illinois), then to California, Oregon, Texas, and Utah in the 1800's and early 1900's. David and Nancy Rainey's children were: Chesley (or Chestley) Orren, William, Anderson Comar (or Comer), Doctor, Nancy, Mary, Sarah, and David.

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