Mary Ellen Reynolds

F, b. 25 January 1897
     Mary Ellen Reynolds was born on 25 January 1897 Assume the 1877 in Wanger book was a typo.1 She was the daughter of James Reynolds and Ellen Acherson.1 Mary Ellen Reynolds married Charles William Price, son of Abraham A. Price and Anna C. Greasing, on 27 April 1917.1

Children of Mary Ellen Reynolds and Charles William Price

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 375.

Mary Louise Reynolds

F, b. 28 June 1924, d. 11 January 1983
     Mary Louise Reynolds was born on 28 June 1924. She was the daughter of John Spencer Reynolds and Rose Mae Hurd. Mary Louise Reynolds married Daniel Thomas Larimore, son of Louis Elmer Larimore and Lena Pech. Mary Louise Reynolds died on 11 January 1983 at age 58. She was buried in January 1983 at Prairie Rest Cemetery, Delavan, Tazewell Co., IL, Find A Grave Memorial# 77017328.

Children of Mary Louise Reynolds and Daniel Thomas Larimore

Maud L. Reynolds1

F, b. circa 1878, d. 2 February 1900
     Maud L. Reynolds was born circa 1878 at Clark or Crawford Co., IN.1 She was the daughter of James K. Polk Reynolds and Mary Ann Jackson.1 Maud L. Reynolds married Charles D. Ashabranner, son of Jasper Newton Ashabranner and Nancy Mull, in February 1899 at Clark Co., IN. Maud L. Reynolds died on 2 February 1900 at Monroe Twp., Washington Co., IN.

Citations

  1. [S337] 1880 Federal Census, Crawford County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0271; FHL #1254271.

Melvia E. Reynolds1

M
     Melvia E. Reynolds married Elizabeth Long, daughter of Elmer Ellsworth Long and Rebecca Wolf, on 16 September 1922.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 598.

Ora May Reynolds1

F, b. circa 1869
     Ora May Reynolds was also known as Iva May.2 She was born circa 1869 at Clark Co., IN.1,2 She was the daughter of James K. Polk Reynolds and Mary Ann Jackson.1

Citations

  1. [S1126] 1870 Federal Census, Clark County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 303, FHL #545802.
  2. [S337] 1880 Federal Census, Crawford County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0271; FHL #1254271.

Randall B. Reynolds1

M, b. 6 July 1853, d. 20 July 1910
     Randall B. Reynolds was born on 6 July 1853 at Ohio.1 He married Kitturah Coil, daughter of Amos Coil and Ruth Persinger Van Kirk, circa 1875, Seven children born, all living as of the 1900 census.2 Randall B. Reynolds died on 20 July 1910 at Fayette Co., OH, at age 57. He was buried in July 1910 at Sugar Creek Cemetery, Palmer Road, Fayette Co., OH.

Children of Randall B. Reynolds and Kitturah Coil

Citations

  1. [S566] 1880 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Rolls 1013-14; FHL #1255013-14.
  2. [S263] 1900 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1266; FHL #1241266.

Reginald Reynolds1

M, b. 6 December 1906, d. 9 April 1976
     Reginald Reynolds was also known as "Rags". He was born on 6 December 1906 at Glenburn, Shasta Co., CA.1 He was the son of George Reynolds and Meade Ione Craig.1 Reginald Reynolds married Emeretta Wilcox, daughter of Harry M. Wilcox and Emma Elizabeth Spaulding. Reginald Reynolds died on 9 April 1976 at Fall River Mills, Shasta Co., CA, at age 69. He was buried in April 1976 at Fall River Cemetery, Fall River Mills, Shasta Co., CA, Findagrave #16345278.

Citations

  1. [S1626] 1920 Federal Census, Shasta County, California. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 127.

Rella Reynolds1

F, b. December 1880
     Rella Reynolds was born in December 1880 at Fayette Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Randall B. Reynolds and Kitturah Coil.1

Citations

  1. [S263] 1900 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1266; FHL #1241266.

Richard Reynolds1

M, b. circa 1812
     Richard Reynolds was born circa 1812 at Kentucky.1 He married Sarah Hancock.1

Child of Richard Reynolds and Sarah Hancock

Citations

  1. [S2081] 1850 Federal Census, Clark County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 138.

Rosa Jane Reynolds1

F, b. September 1883, d. 29 April 1975
     Rosa Jane Reynolds was born in September 1883 at Spencer Twp., Allen Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Reynolds and Rachael Rigdon.1 Rosa Jane Reynolds married George W. Miller, son of Elijah Miller and Elizabeth Stuckey, on 20 May 1902 at Allen Co., OH. Rosa Jane Reynolds died on 29 April 1975 at Allen Co., OH, at age 91. She was buried in May 1975 at West Union Cemetery, Spencerville, Allen Co., OH.

Citations

  1. [S104] 1900 Federal Census, Allen County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1236; FHL #1241236.

Ruth Reynolds1

F, b. 17 July 1912, d. 20 November 1981
     Ruth Reynolds was born on 17 July 1912 at Shasta Co., CA.1 She was the daughter of George Reynolds and Meade Ione Craig.1 Ruth Reynolds married Wallis Haven Ayers after April 1930. Occupation: Dietitician, per voter registration in 1942 at 717 Paseo Del Mar, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA. Ruth Reynolds died on 20 November 1981 at Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 69 last residence Redondo Beach, per SSDI.

Citations

  1. [S1626] 1920 Federal Census, Shasta County, California. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 127.

Ruth A. Reynolds1

F, b. circa 1901
     Ruth A. Reynolds was born circa 1901 at Fayette Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Werter E. Reynolds and Clara Belle Hoy.1

Citations

  1. [S1609] 1910 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1179; FHL #1375192.

Sarah C. Reynolds1

F, b. circa 1868
     Sarah C. Reynolds was born circa 1868 at Clark Co., IN.1,2 She was the daughter of James K. Polk Reynolds and Mary Ann Jackson.1

Citations

  1. [S1126] 1870 Federal Census, Clark County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 303, FHL #545802.
  2. [S337] 1880 Federal Census, Crawford County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0271; FHL #1254271.

Sarah E. Reynolds1

F, b. 25 December 1882, d. 3 July 1918
     Sarah E. Reynolds was born on 25 December 1882 at Campbell Co., TN.1 She married Sampson Patton Meredith on 27 October 1901 at Campbell Co., TN. Sarah E. Reynolds died on 3 July 1918 at Campbell Co., TN, at age 35. She was buried in July 1918 at Meredith Cemetery, Pioneer, Campbell Co., TN, Find A Grave Memorial# 23829336.

Child of Sarah E. Reynolds and Sampson Patton Meredith

Citations

  1. [S4216] 1930 Federal Census, Campbell County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 2235; FHL #2341969.

Stanford Thomas Reynolds

M, b. 15 November 1920
     Stanford Thomas Reynolds was born on 15 November 1920 at Antler, Bottineau Co., ND. He was the son of Thomas F. Reynolds and Pearl Olive Howe.

Theodore Reynolds1

M, b. September 1885
     Theodore Reynolds was born in September 1885 at Spencer Twp., Allen Co., OH.1 He was the son of Daniel Reynolds and Rachael Rigdon.1

Citations

  1. [S104] 1900 Federal Census, Allen County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1236; FHL #1241236.

Thomas F. Reynolds

M
     Thomas F. Reynolds married Pearl Olive Howe.

Child of Thomas F. Reynolds and Pearl Olive Howe

Werter E. Reynolds1

M, b. 19 January 1879, d. 1954
     Werter E. Reynolds was born on 19 January 1879 at Union Twp., Fayette Co., OH.1,2 He was the son of Randall B. Reynolds and Kitturah Coil.1 Werter E. Reynolds married Clara Belle Hoy circa 1898, A child was lost prior to the 1900 census, which incorrectly shows it was living. The 1910 census is clear that two children had been born and only one (Ruth) was living at that time. DLB 2015.2,3 Werter E. Reynolds lived on 26 April 1910 at Jasper Twp., Fayette Co., OH.3 He lived on 12 January 1920 at Jasper Twp., Fayette Co., OH.4 He died in 1954 at Fayette Co., OH.

Children of Werter E. Reynolds and Clara Belle Hoy

Citations

  1. [S566] 1880 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Rolls 1013-14; FHL #1255013-14.
  2. [S263] 1900 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1266; FHL #1241266.
  3. [S1609] 1910 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1179; FHL #1375192.
  4. [S1607] 1920 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 1379.

Wilber A. Reynolds1

M, b. October 1883
     Wilber A. Reynolds was born in October 1883 at Fayette Co., OH.1 He was the son of Randall B. Reynolds and Kitturah Coil.1

Citations

  1. [S263] 1900 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1266; FHL #1241266.

William Reynolds

M
     William Reynolds married Mary Zentmeyer, daughter of John Zentmeyer and Barbara Wendel, on 25 February 1834.

Children of William Reynolds and Mary Zentmeyer

William Reynolds1

M, b. circa 1873
     William Reynolds was born circa 1873 at Clark or Crawford Co., IN.1 He was the son of James K. Polk Reynolds and Mary Ann Jackson.1

Citations

  1. [S337] 1880 Federal Census, Crawford County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 0271; FHL #1254271.

William M. Reynolds1

M, b. October 1881, d. 31 July 1957
     William M. Reynolds was born in October 1881 at Spencer Twp., Allen Co., OH.1 He was the son of Daniel Reynolds and Rachael Rigdon.1 William M. Reynolds married Nora M. Rose, daughter of Caroline (?), on 21 March 1903. William M. Reynolds died on 31 July 1957 at Allen Co., OH, at age 75. He was buried on 3 August 1957 at Spencerville Cemetery, Spencerville, Allen Co., OH.

Children of William M. Reynolds and Nora M. Rose

Citations

  1. [S104] 1900 Federal Census, Allen County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1236; FHL #1241236.
  2. [S2706] 1910 Federal Census, Van Wert County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1238; FHL #1375251.
  3. [S2707] 1920 Federal Census, Allen County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 1344.

Wilmer K. Reynolds1

M, b. 27 July 1913, d. 3 February 1972
     Wilmer K. Reynolds was born on 27 July 1913 at Spencerville, Allen Co., OH.1 He was the son of William M. Reynolds and Nora M. Rose.1 Wilmer K. Reynolds married Ruth A. Beerman, daughter of John A. Beerman and Myrtle Steiger, on 31 December 1938. Wilmer K. Reynolds died on 3 February 1972 at Allen Co., OH, at age 58.

Citations

  1. [S2707] 1920 Federal Census, Allen County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 1344.

John Rezin

M, b. 8 July 1919, d. 21 June 2012
     John Rezin was also known as "Zeke". He was born on 8 July 1919 at Franklin, Crawford Co., KS. He was the son of Joseph Rezin and Anna Roeback. John Rezin married Ruth Pauline Windle, daughter of William Windle and Bertha Irene Phelps, on 31 May 1942 at Dakota City, Dakota Co., NE. John Rezin died on 21 June 2012 at Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, at age 92 John Rezin, 92, of Sioux City passed away on Thursday, June 21, 2012 at Touchstone Living Center. Funeral services for John will be on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel with Rev. Jim Wilson officiating. Visitation will be on Monday with family present from 5-7 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in the Logan Park Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel.

John was born on July 8, 1919 in Franklin, Kansas to Joseph and Anna (Roeback) Rezin. In 1938 he graduated from High School in Arma, Kansas. After graduation he went into the Civilian Conservation Corp (C.C.C.) He later served his country in the U.S. Army as a Corporal. He was united in marriage to Ruth Windle on May 31, 1942 in Dakota City, NE. She preceded him in death on February 22, 1999.

John worked for Sioux City Furniture from 1946 to 1964. He then worked for Briar Cliff from 1968 to 1970. From 1970 to 1981 he worked for Sioux City as the Cemetery Sexton retiring in 1981.

John enjoyed fishing, hunting, gardening, working outside in his yard and shop, playing the harmonica, listening to music and visiting with family and friends.

He is survived by his 4 children, John C. (Patty) Rezin of Rapid City, SD; Bruce E. (Pam) Rezin of Colorado Springs, CO; Ruth Ann (James) Reilly of Sioux City and Laura L. Rezin of Sioux City; 7 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren; a brother Andrew Rezin of Kansas City, KS; and a sister Edith Kriss of Kansas City, KS. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, 2 sisters and 3 brothers.

He was buried in June 2012 at Logan Park Cemetery, Sioux City, Woodbury Co., IA, Find A Grave Memorial# 92411778.

Joseph Rezin

M, b. 1876, d. 1943
     Joseph Rezin was born in 1876 at Yugoslavia native language Slovenian.1 He married Anna Roeback circa 1907. Joseph Rezin died in 1943. He was buried in 1943 at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Pittsburg, Crawford Co., KS, Find A Grave Memorial# 107451484.

Child of Joseph Rezin and Anna Roeback

Citations

  1. [S3763] 1930 Federal Census, Crawford County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 699; FHL #2340434.

Harriette Virginia Rhawn

F, b. 18 December 1925, d. 14 November 2012
     Harriette Virginia Rhawn was born on 18 December 1925 at Clarksburg, Harrison Co., WV. She was the daughter of Heister Guie Rhawn and Mary Cordelia Franklin. Harriette Virginia Rhawn married James William Behringer, son of Frank Henry Behringer and Esther T. Tufts, on 7 November 1947. Harriette Virginia Rhawn and James William Behringer were divorced. Harriette Virginia Rhawn married Beaman Twitty White, son of Hayes McMurry White and Laura Leigh Twitty, on 11 November 1977 at Loudoun Co., VA. Harriette Virginia Rhawn and Beaman Twitty White were divorced. Harriette Virginia Rhawn married Paul Longstreth Fussell Jr., son of Paul Fussell and Wilhma Wilson Sill, after 1980, Paul was previously married to Betty Ellen Harper, and had two children, Sam and Rosalind.
Note: NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland; Sunday, April 13, 1947; Page 82 (Newspapers.com)

Personals
Mrs. Elizabeth F. Englar, of Murdock road, has as guests, her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Heister Rhawn of West Virginia. They will be joined later by their daughter, Miss Harriett Rhawn, a senior at Northwestern University.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Chicago Tribune; Chicago, Illinois; Sunday, June 23, 1957; Main Edition, Page 124 (Newspapers.com)

Home-Grown, by Harriette Behringer
Something had to be done about the housework.
This became obvious after our fourh child was born. The day time chores weren't wearying; the twilight ones were. The table setting and clearing, the plate scraping, the washing and drying and putting away of the dishes -- these simple tasks seemed to take forever.
Four children should not mean that a mother no longer has energy and time enough for the bed time story. Yet that was the way it was working out. Often I would beg off and whisk the youngsters into bed as fast as I could.
In order to straighten out this snarl in our day, I took what I felt to be the most sensible step. I spread the workload (but not by handing an apron to my husband, which would be unfair to a hardworking breadwinner).
I enlisted the children themselves. Marcy, 4, would set the table and maybe help with dish wiping; Cole, 8, would wash and Rocklin (Rocky), 6, would dry (and possibly give the baby, Liese, a bottle, if the need arose).
The plan worked well. The children have discovered the meaning of cooperation. Each one accepts responsibility. As for the quality of the dishwashing, the dryer has the right to return to the washer any item with a trace of food still on it. And, since I'm the one that puts the dishes away, I can check on the dryer's thoroness.
Of course, pots and skillets, sweeping and windup touches still are my department. But I do get to the story.
One evening a neighbor boy dropped in when the work crew was in action. He stared for a while in fascination. Then -- shades of Tom Sawyer! -- he asked plaintively: "Have you got a towell for me?"


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Chicago Tribune; Chicago, Illinois; Sunday, September 13, 1964; Other Editions, Page 109 (Newspapers.com)

Mother Goes Away to College! by Harriett Behringer

What's it like to live on a college campus again at an age when you can more accurately describe yourself as Mrs. Middle Age than Betty Co-Ed? A Park Forest housewife and mother has a firsthand report.

Determination to get a master's degree sent Mrs. Harriette Behringer back to campus life after 14 years. She's a Park Forest kindergarten teacher.

"GOOD-BY Betty Co-ed," said my husband, as I hoisted myself aboard the Illinois Central southbound train.
I felt like waving an orange and blue pennant, for at last I was on my way to the University of Illinois. Mother was going away to college!
And yet, my vision blurred and my lips trembled. Altho I was looking forward to the four week summer session, I knew I would miss the family I left behind. For I wasn't Betty Co-ed. Not at all. I was more like Mrs. Middle Age, and I was a wife and mother of four!
Would they miss me? Would they get enough to eat? And how about my experience? Would it be an adventure in learning or a big flop? As the train pulled away from the red brick Homewood station, and eggbeater whirled in my head.
I was temporarily forsaking bed and board in the suburbs for college. It was a dream of mine to complete the requirements for a master of education degree, and this would be the first leg on a requirement called residency.
I was going away to college because the university had tersely stated, "A master's degree candidate must spend at least two semisters in residence."
It was fine, said the university, to take those handy courses at its extension service in my local high school, but this couldn't go on forever. I had to get going on this residency requirement. So I decided to knock off those two semisters in short segments, with the four week summer session as a starter.
The train pulled into the humid twin cities, Champaign-Urbana, and I took a cab to my sorority house, Alpha Omicron Pi. My room was waiting. I unpacked my sheets, quilt, clothes, soap chips, et al, and was up for breakfast and class the next day. My schedule was 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday thru Friday, with two hours out for lunch and all the hours at the library that I could squeese in. My course was creative writing for elementary grades; my instructor, the very intense and helpful educator, Dr. Walter A. Moore.
What was it like to be a co-ed again? It had been 14 years since I graduated from Northwestern university, yet 14 years had not brought too many startling changes. The girls were still as lithe and blonde as ever, perhaps more blonde. Young men were still calling; the buzzer was still buzzing with waiting dates in the foyer.
In many ways I was as naive as any freshman. I could find my way around Chicago's Old Town, but I needed my campus map every minute to tell which handsome red brick building was which.
After a week I could locate the library stacks and I had discovered the English building pool, where I took a daily dip after class. I found the foreign film society, and saw some great movies. I tracked down everything that needed tracking, but I still needed my special library map.
I found the undergraduates to be, in general, serious-minded young women. Almost unanimously they agreed that college was getting tougher than ever. They told of a recent freshman convocation at which the speaker said: "Look to your right. Look to your left. Only one of you will be hear next year."
Meanwhile, back at the ranch house in suburbia, things went well. The family consulted an elaborate daily chart which I hung on the kitchen bulletin board. They read such romantic reminders as "Tuesday: Bring in milk, take out garbage. Wednesday: swim team. Friday: golf lessons." On my three day week-end at home, I kept up on the laundry, made bowls of Jello, and stocked up on hamburgers, and cold cuts.
And during the week there were no tears at my absence. The children had a grand time with their dad. It was only because he had recently set up his office at home and was able to keep an eye on the youngsters that I could get away.
In fact, everything worked out so well that I'm planning to go back next summer, for I still haven't finished my residency requirements.
And I enjoyed my campuss days immensely, especially the atmosphere of learning. It will enrich me for many months. I enjoyed, too, being "one of the girls" for a bit, even tho I realized that they didn't see me in exactly that light. One of the cute little blondes asked me if I were the housemother. I regained my self-control in time to chuckle weakly. True, I was old enough to be her mother. But I didn't want to be anyone's mother except the four who had been so good about waiting at home for Mom to yell, "School's out!"

Harriette Virginia Rhawn died on 14 November 2012 at Medford, Jackson Co., OR, at age 86

Obituary -- The Philadelphia Inquirer; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Tuesday, December 4, 2012; Page B05 (Newspapers.com)

Harriette B. Fussell, 86, writer, advocae, by Sally A. Downey, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER

Harriette Behringer Fussell, 86, formerly of Center City, a journalist and public relations executive who was an advocate for women's rights, died Wednesday, Nov. 14, at a long-term care home in Medford, Ore. She had moved to Oregon two years ago to be close to family.

For 10 years, until moving to Philadelphia in 1983, Mrs Fussell was director of public and community relations for the International Xerox Training Center in Leesburg, Va.

At Xerox, she developed women's rights projects during a yearlong sabbatical. She championed feminism through lectures, workshops, and talk shows, and established Alert magazine to assist women in all areas of job equality, her son Cole Behringer said.

After moving to Philadelphia, Mrs. Fussell edited newsletters for the Federal Reserve Bank and the U.S. Mint.

In 1990, she retired to accompany her husband, Paul Fussell, to London for a two-year study abroad program sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania.

Her husband, then a professor at Penn, was a recipient of the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award for his 1975 book, The Great War and Modern Memory. The couple met in the early 1980s when she sent him a postcard after reading an article about him.

In recent years, she was active with Planned Parenthood and the First Unitarian Church in Philadelphia, wrote book reviews for The Inquirer, and contributed numerous letters to the editor to The Inquirer about social issues.

An authority on Benjamin Franklin, Mrs. Fussell suggested excerpts from Franklin's autobiography that were published in The Inquirer in 1990 to honor the bicentennial of his death.

In 1992, Mrs. Fussell established a "Campaign Against Compulsory Audio," providing diners with cards to give to maitre d's or servers in restaurants requesting that music be turned down or turned off. She also campaigned against the intrusion of cellphones, her son said.

She and her husband, who died in 2010, enjoyed the cultural scene in Philadelphia, attending theater and opera performances and Philadelphia Orchestra concerts. "They had a great life to the end," her son said.

Mrs. Fussell was born in Clarksburg, W. Va. Her father, H. G. Rhawn, was a newspaper editor and publisher. She earned a bachelor's degree from Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in 1947, and a master's degree in education from the University of Illinois in 1968.

In 1947, she married James W. Behringer. They had four children before divorcing. While raining a family in the Chicago area, she taught kindergarten through high school classes in local public schools.

From 1969 to 1973 she lived in Connecticut, where she was editor of My Weekly Reader, a national classroom newspaper. She was the author of four children's books.

In addition to her son, Mrs. Fussell is survived by another son, Rocklin Behringer, daughters Marcy and Liese Behringer; 10 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Her former husband died in 1976.

A memorial service will be at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 20, at First Unitarian Church, 2125 Chestnut St.

Donations may be made to the Harriette Behringer Fussell Fund, Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania, 1144 Locust St., Philadelphia 19107.

Heister Guie Rhawn

M, b. 10 August 1892, d. 10 September 1973
     Heister Guie Rhawn was born on 10 August 1892 at Catawissa, Columbia Co., PA. He was the son of William Howe Rhawn and Annetta May Partridge. Heister Guie Rhawn married Mary Cordelia Franklin, daughter of Charles Samuel Franklin and Sarah Elizabeth Shipley, on 12 February 1918 at Richmond, VA,

WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT - The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland; Thursday, February 14, 1918; Page 4 (Newspapers.com) and Richmond Times-Dispatch; Richmond, Virginia; Wednesday, February 13, 1918; Page 7 (GenealogyBank.com):

Rhawn - Franklin
Miss Mary C. Franklin of 1712 Ruxton avenue, and Heister G. Rhawn, of Richmond, Va., were married Tuesday afternoon at the parsonage of the Broad Street Methodist Episcopal Church in Richmond by the Rev. Fred R. Chenault.
Mr. and Mrs. Rhawn will live at 18 South Second street, Richmond, Va. Mrs. Rhawn is a native of Baltimore where she has made her home with an aunt since the death of her parents several years ago, and is an accomplished and attractive young woman. Mr. Rhawn has been with the Times-Dispatch since last October, serving as police reporter.


Note:

Newspaper Articles:

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Wilkes-Barre Semi-Weekly Record; Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania; Tuesday, August 9, 1910; Page 5 (Newspapers.com):

Heister Rhawn of Catawissa transacted business in town on Saturday.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Maryland; Sunday, April 13, 1947; Page 82 (Newspapers.com):

Personals
Mrs. Elizabeth F. Englar, of Murdock road, has as guests, her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Heister Rhawn of West Virginia. They will be joined later by their daughter, Miss Harriett Rhawn, a senior at Northwestern University.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - News-Press; Fort Myers, Florida; Saturday, February 8, 1964; Page 7 (Newspapers.com):

Mr. and Mrs. Heister G. Rhawn of Clarksburg, W. Va., will leave Fort Myers today for St. Petersburg to end a Florida vacation, which began in West Palm Beach. Retired editor of the Clarksburg Exponent, a daily, and publisher of the Clarksburg News, a weekly, for 6 years prior to 1956, Mr. Rhawn is now a free lance journalist and is working on a biography of Joseph Diss DeBar, who coined the West Virginia state motto, "Mountaineers Are Always Free."

Occupation:

Newspaper reporter with the Times Dispatch, Richmond, Va. In military service from June 28, 1918 to April 23, 1919. Last station, Dept. of Publicity, Surgeon General's Office, Washington, D.C. Married, February 12, 1918, Mary Cornelia (sic) Franklin.

Heister Guie Rhawn died on 10 September 1973 at Clarksburg, Harrison Co., WV, at age 81.

Child of Heister Guie Rhawn and Mary Cordelia Franklin

William Howe Rhawn

M, b. 11 October 1856, d. 14 March 1919
     William Howe Rhawn was born on 11 October 1856 at Catawissa, Columbia Co., PA. He married Annetta May Partridge on 23 December 1879 at Columbia Co., PA. William Howe Rhawn died on 14 March 1919 at Catawissa, Columbia Co., PA, at age 62. He was buried in March 1919 at Hillside Cemetery, Catawissa, Columbia Co., PA, Findagrave #100445991.

Child of William Howe Rhawn and Annetta May Partridge

James Robert Rhea

M, b. 18 January 1775, d. 23 March 1855
     James Robert Rhea was born on 18 January 1775 at Maryland. He was the son of Rev. Joseph Rhea and Elizabeth McIlwaine. James Robert Rhea married Elizabeth Snapp, daughter of Philip Snapp and Catherine Hockman, on 13 February 1813 at Knox Co., TN. James Robert Rhea died on 23 March 1855 at Blountville, Sullivan Co., TN, at age 80.

Child of James Robert Rhea and Elizabeth Snapp

Rev. Joseph Rhea

M, b. 14 January 1715, d. 20 September 1777
     Rev. Joseph Rhea was born on 14 January 1715 at Taughboyne Parish, Londonderry, County Donegal, Ulster Province, Ireland. He married Elizabeth McIlwaine circa 1752. Rev. Joseph Rhea died on 20 September 1777 at age 62. He was buried in September 1777 at Weaver Cemetery, Bristol, Sullivan Co., TN, Find A Grave Memorial# 121275394.

Child of Rev. Joseph Rhea and Elizabeth McIlwaine