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Re: Raley Marriages ... Misc. Counties KY
Posted by: Joy Winet (ID *****4500) Date: November 16, 2003 at 14:36:56
In Reply to: Raley Marriages ... Misc. Counties KY by K B COOK of 667

Here is the information I have found during my internet search for my Grandfather's family:

Benedict Reighley married Kezia Scott and had 9 children in Washington County Kentucky. Three sons migrated to Indian Creek Settlement in Missouri and lived in what is now Monroe and Audrain Counties. The sons names are James, Stephen and Hiram.

James Scott Reighley married Mary Elizabeth Sims (Simms) in Kentucky and had Robert Floyd Reighley, Mary Elizabeth Reighley, Stephen B. Reighley, and Martha Ellen Reighley.

Robert Floyd Reighley married Henrietta Eliza Calhoun 1868 in Indian Creek and had Anna Laura, John Filmore, Susan E., Robert Emmett (Railey) and Joseph Dennis.

Anna Laura Reighley (Annie) married Francis (Frank)Lawrence Dore January 1893 and had Robert Francis (my Grandfather)and Laura. Anna died in about 1900 and he remarried and had 11 more children.

Robert Francis Dore married Elsa Minna Meister in Nebraska and had three daughters (living). He died in Los Angeles, California in 1977.

Laura Dore Bugg had one daughter Francis Bugg Wright. Francis had one son (possibly still living)in St. Louis, MO.


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