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David Myers-Rainy Shue 1821 Cabarrus, NC
Posted by: Beryl Poteat (ID *****5432) Date: May 24, 2006 at 11:48:34
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David Myers married Rainy Shue/Shoe 15 May 1821 in Cabarrus Co., NC. Bondsman was David Shoe and witness John Travis. David Shue married Elizabeth Myers on same day 15 May 1821 with Bondsman David Myers and witness John Travis.
David and Rainy Shue Myers are my gggrandparents. Icould not find them on 1830 census but on 1840 census they were in Cabarrus Co.I then found them on the 1850 census in Giles Co., TN. David Myers died abt. 1852 probably in TN.
Rainy and her children moved to Montgomery, IL, then on to MO. where I believe Rainy died and the children all moved back to Montgomery, IL area. Three of the boys Aaron, Moses and Noah all fought in the Civil War where Moses died.
I found an index listing bpatisms at the St. Stephens Lutheran Church Cabarrus County, NC with their oldest son John William Myers listed on page6. Does Anyone know how or where to find a record or copy of this baptism?
Is Elizabeth Myers who married David Shue a sister of David Myers? Is David Shue a brother of Rainy?
Any help would be helpful and Thank you!
Beryl S. Poteat
Berylsp3@aol.com


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