rash reunion power point june 20 2009

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By: Mattonrash (98 month(s) ago)

Many of my ancesters where in this Video. You did a great job.

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Slide 1: 

Alex and Mila Rash’s Homestead Rash Family Reunion

Slide 2: 

Alex & Mila Rash: Grandparents

Slide 3: 

Mila & Alexander Rash: Grandparents

Slide 4: 

Mila Richardson Rash: Grandmother

Slide 5: 

Uncle Jesse Rash (Center Front) Born 1879

Slide 6: 

Uncle Nath Rash Born in 1882

Slide 7: 

Will Rash: Uncle Born 1888

Slide 8: 

Ed Rash: Uncle Born 1890 1 Son: Blake Ed was murdered on Top of Three Top Mt.—never solved…

Slide 9: 

Margaret Rhett Rash: Aunt Born 1892

Slide 10: 

Tyre Rash: Uncle Born 1894

Slide 11: 

James Albert Rash: Uncle Born 1898

Slide 12: 

Lillard Rash: Uncle Born 1900

Slide 13: 

Lillard & Alex

Slide 14: 

Florence Vester Rash: Aunt Born 1902

Slide 15: 

Frankie & Micagar Osborne Lewis: Great-grandparents

Slide 16: 

John & Elizabeth Riddle: Great-grandparents

Slide 17: 

Grandpa Osborne and Grandma Cora Riddle Lewis

Slide 18: 

Osborne and Cora Lewis: Grandparents

Slide 19: 

Molly Lewis Rash (Born 1892) & Coy

Slide 20: 

Uncle Clint Lewis Born 1894

Slide 21: 

Aunt Carrie Lewis Dollar Born 1895 1 Daughter & ~3 Sons

Slide 22: 

Aunt Blanche Lewis Rash Born 1901

Slide 23: 

Uncle Everett Lewis Born 1909

Slide 24: 

Great-uncle Wyle Riddle & second wife Osie First wife was Idah Rash (Born 1885; no picture) Idah had 2 children

Slide 25: 

Smith & Eula Riddle Children of Idah Rash Riddle & Wiley Riddle (brother of Cora)

Slide 26: 

Callie Riddle Rhodes: Great-Aunt

Slide 27: 

Aunt Callie Riddle Rhodes Family… Callie was a sister to Cora Riddle Lewis… Cora was Molly, Blanche, & etc.’s Mother….

Slide 28: 

Ed and Phoebe Bowers Rash

Slide 29: 

Great-uncle Babe Richardson Brother to Grandmother Mila Rash

Slide 30: 

Flora Graybeal Rash Uncle Jesse’s Wife

Slide 31: 

Aunt Rausa Rash Uncle Lillard’s Wife

Slide 32: 

Aunt Ellen, Uncle Clint Ken & Ron

Slide 33: 

Aunt Edna Harless Lewis&Uncle Everett Lewis

Slide 34: 

Aunt Rhett Rash Yates (Left) 2 Sons and 4 Daughters Aunt Vester Rash Holman (Right) 3 Sons

Slide 35: 

James (Uncle Jim) Albert Rash

Slide 36: 

Uncle Tyre & Aunt Ester Yates Rash in their Wedding Clothes

Slide 37: 

Great-uncle Jim Riddle Brother to Cora Lewis

Slide 38: 

Uncle Jim & Aunt Blanche

Slide 39: 

Blanche & Molly’s Father was a charter member of this church. (Buffalo Missionary Baptist)

Slide 40: 

NC StateCollege Graduation: Henry Ford Rash

Slide 41: 

Eddie & Ozella Rash Duncan

Slide 42: 

BillyClark

Slide 43: 

Cathy Griffitts Clark

Slide 44: 

Carmen & Mara Nichols Billy & Cathy Clark’s Child and Grandchild

Slide 45: 

Coy in his Model A Ford

Slide 46: 

Estel

Slide 47: 

Jean Rash

Slide 48: 

Donna, Aunt Irene, & Aunt Grace having a good old belly laugh…

Slide 49: 

Uncle Jim, Grace, Ruth, Aunt Blanche, Ozella, Estel, & Delmar

Slide 50: 

Norma Jean, Dot, Alan, Ned, Steve, Ford, & Grant

Slide 51: 

Fred

Slide 52: 

Scott, Denise & Adam (Dorothy & Ivan’s Family)

Slide 53: 

Paul

Slide 54: 

Myrtle & Ethel Harless Claire Riddle

Slide 55: 

Juanita’s & Ivan’s Family Connie Bonnie Denise Dorothia

Slide 56: 

Debbie RashDolly DuncanJimmy Rash

Slide 57: 

Eugene

Slide 58: 

Korean War: Ila & Bob (Uncle Tyre & Aunt Ester’s Son) Rash

Slide 59: 

Dot & Bill Dilley Nellie

Slide 60: 

Juanita

Slide 61: 

Steve: Senior in High School Kindergarten

Slide 62: 

Debbie

Slide 63: 

John Dilley The Dilleys

Slide 64: 

Grant

Slide 65: 

Bluff Mountain

Slide 66: 

Joanne & Ned

Slide 67: 

Hazel

Slide 68: 

The Girls in their Finest: Grace, Dot, Norma Jean, Nellie…the Guys in the background…

Slide 69: 

Linda & Andrew Dilley

Slide 70: 

Ned & Norma Jean

Slide 71: 

Ursula & Natalie Dilley Donna & John Natalie Ursula

Slide 72: 

Alan &Norma Jean

Slide 73: 

Johnny

Slide 74: 

Ned Sporting a fine Car…

Slide 75: 

Rachel, Lindsay, & AndrewDilley

Slide 76: 

Nellie & Steven

Slide 77: 

Original Community Building Thanks for all your contributions.

Slide 78: 

Front Row: StevenSecond Row: Alan, Nellie, Ford, Dot, Third Row: Ned, Grant, Grace

Slide 79: 

Cherokee Nation Ronnie, Johnny, Eddie

Slide 80: 

Dolly Duncan: One of the 60’s Best!

Slide 81: 

Earl Holman, Albert Holman (his head is showing between Earl and Aunt Grace), Grace Rash, Ozella, One of Aunt Rettie Rash Yates’ daughter, & Eddie Duncan at the Welch Cemetery

Slide 82: 

Motorcycle Jimmy

Slide 83: 

Ila & Ned

Slide 84: 

Aunt JennyGraybeal Hodgson & Aunt Ilene

Slide 85: 

Jonisie Rock Picnic

Slide 86: 

Elizabeth Graybeal & Blanche Rash

Slide 87: 

Bad Tourists Ronnie Patty

Slide 88: 

Nathan

Slide 89: 

70’s Teenager Billy Clark

Slide 90: 

Ruth Ann Graybeal Rash

Slide 91: 

Dot, Ford, & Hazel on the Blue Ridge Parkway

Slide 92: 

Ila

Slide 93: 

Patty Ronnie Lindsay Eddie Eugene John

Slide 94: 

Dad Rash (Uncle Jim), Estel, Delmar, & Little Jimmy

Slide 95: 

A Rose Among Thorns…

Slide 96: 

Uncle Jim & Aunt Blanche: 1962

Slide 97: 

Hazel, Ned, Joanne, Ford, Steven, & Nellie

Slide 98: 

The Brady Bunch !!

Slide 99: 

An Uncle Ford Picnic…

Slide 100: 

Alexis Rash

Slide 101: 

Uncle Clint&Aunt Ellen Lewis

Slide 102: 

Jean, Ruth, Bill, Estel, Aunt Blanche, Delmar, Grace, Eddie, Ozella, & Edna

Slide 103: 

Dot

Slide 104: 

Eddie, Lindsay, & Johnny

Slide 105: 

Marine Corps Man Bill & Collett Dilley

Slide 106: 

Delmar & Uncle Jim

Slide 107: 

Amy Addie Rash Family Reunion Pics Michael Hazel’s 1967 Cougar 1931 Model A Steve’s Winnie & Don

Slide 108: 

Ned, Kathy Ann, & Tom

Slide 109: 

Buddy Rash, Uncle Jesse, Ruby Rash (Joe (not pictured), Ruby, & Buddy were Uncle Will Rash’s children)

Slide 110: 

Estel

Slide 111: 

Boice Rash

Slide 112: 

Nellie & Tom

Slide 113: 

Grace, Ruth, Estel, Delmar, & Ozella

Slide 114: 

Barbara Rash, Uncle Jesse’s Granddaughter

Slide 115: 

Sue & Buddy Rash

Slide 116: 

Roxie and Fred’s Wedding Day Roxie Fred

Slide 117: 

Rick and Dolly Duncan Richardson

Slide 118: 

Ruth Rash Clark & Estel

Slide 119: 

Paul, Ivan, & Irene

Slide 120: 

Premadonnas: John & Patty

Slide 121: 

Dad (Uncle Jim) Rash

Slide 122: 

Lori Ann, Delmar, & Edna

Slide 123: 

Justin & Amber Lawrence Kevin &Lori Ann Rash Lawrence’s Children

Slide 124: 

Uncle Everett, Aunt Edna, & Herman Lewis

Slide 125: 

Coy

Slide 126: 

Charley Rash

Slide 127: 

John & Bill Dilley, & Steven Speed Boating

Slide 128: 

Henry Ford Rash in Hawaii 1945

Slide 129: 

Grant&his Bear

Slide 130: 

Coy Rash Uncle Everett Lewis

Slide 131: 

Ruth & Estel Rash

Slide 132: 

The Children of Molly & Nath

Slide 133: 

GraceRash

Slide 134: 

Jean Walton Rash

Slide 135: 

Mary & Ned

Slide 136: 

Grace Hodgson Rash

Slide 137: 

Uncle Jim, Uncle Tyre, & Uncle Jesse Rash

Slide 138: 

Jimmy&Debbie

Slide 139: 

Dad & Mom Rash: Uncle Jim and Aunt Blanche

Slide 140: 

Callie PhippsRobert & Deb Phipps’ Daughter

Slide 141: 

Uncle Jesse Rash (front) with children Ruby, Earl, & Roy

Slide 142: 

Ron & Ken Lewis Uncle Clint & Aunt Ellen’s sons

Slide 143: 

Alanda, Andrew, & Alexis Rash: Frances & Alan’s Children

Slide 144: 

Henry Ford On the 1937 Dodge

Slide 145: 

Boice & Eva Welch Rash, Lenna & Paul Hodgson

Slide 146: 

Eddie Rash (Boice & Eva’s Son)

Slide 147: 

Pat Rash Eva & Boice’s Daughter

Slide 148: 

Rex & Jimmy

Slide 149: 

Ruth Hatch

Slide 150: 

Ilene Hodgson Rash

Slide 151: 

Ilene

Slide 152: 

*Herman Lewis *Darrell Lewis Ivan Juanita Malcom *Uncle Everett & Aunt Edna’s sons…First Cousins to Paul, First & Second Cousins to Paul & Irene’s children

Slide 153: 

Bill Clark Ruth & Dot Rash

Slide 154: 

Bill and Cathy Clark at their Prom Grandpa Lewis with Dolly

Slide 155: 

Uncle Nath

Slide 156: 

Allison

Slide 157: 

Ned, Dot, Ford, Fred, Hazel, Grant, Paul, & Ila

Slide 158: 

Kathy Ann

Slide 159: 

Uncle Jim &Aunt Blanche

Slide 160: 

Virgil, Zola, & Gwyn Children of Aunt Ester & Uncle Tyre Rash

Slide 161: 

Uncle Tyre &Aunt Ester Yates Rash

Slide 162: 

Cora Riddle Lewis, Nora (Jim’s wife) & Jim Riddle

Slide 163: 

Boice Grace Hazel

Slide 164: 

Tommy

Slide 165: 

Dottie & Hazel

Slide 166: 

Chef Nathan with Lindsay & John

Slide 167: 

Ozella Rash Duncan

Slide 168: 

Nurse Freda Rash Goodman

Slide 169: 

Hazel, Ned, Dot, Grant, Ford, & Steven

Slide 170: 

Jake

Slide 171: 

Jake, Lauren and Fletcher

Slide 172: 

Grant, Coy, & Paul

Slide 173: 

Addie, Tyler, Elaine, Amy, & Claire

Slide 174: 

Phillip

Slide 175: 

Hazel, Tom, & Ila

Slide 176: 

Steven on the Perkins Rock Bluff Mountain

Slide 177: 

Benjamin Hatch

Slide 178: 

Lindsay Dilley

Slide 179: 

Ilene, Coy, & Charles

Slide 180: 

Steve at William & Mary College

Slide 181: 

Hazel

Slide 182: 

Eddie & Ozella Duncan

Slide 183: 

Jeff and Betsi Henderson Petway (Daughter of: Dolly DuncanHendersonRichardson)

Slide 184: 

Caitlin Cristin Betsi Henderson and Children

Slide 185: 

Nellie, Dot, Ila, & Ruth Ann

Slide 186: 

Alan, Frances, &Alanda Rash

Slide 187: 

Dorothy & Ivan

Slide 188: 

Nellie & Henry

Slide 189: 

Grant& Norma Jean

Slide 190: 

Mary Jane Rash, Linda Dilley, & Kathy Ann Haywood

Slide 191: 

Coy,Charley & Tom

Slide 192: 

Robert, Allison & Claire Miley

Slide 193: 

Hazel, Grace, & Ozella

Slide 194: 

Lorna & Malcom

Slide 195: 

Hazel & Friend

Slide 196: 

Donna & Collett Dilley

Slide 197: 

Yates’ Store

Slide 198: 

First Row: Paul, Irene, Juanita, MalcomSecond Row: Johnny, Ivan, Phillip

Slide 199: 

Delmar

Slide 200: 

Eddie

Slide 201: 

Ronnie & Freda

Slide 202: 

Paul

Slide 203: 

Eugene & Steven

Slide 205: 

Ivan, Malcom, & Juanita

Slide 206: 

Elaine Atwood Rash

Slide 207: 

Grant

Slide 208: 

Ruth Estel Ozella Grace Delmar

Slide 209: 

Ned

Slide 210: 

John & Ruth Ann on Alleghany Mountain

Slide 211: 

Ford & Allison at Wilkes CC

Slide 212: 

Mom Rash, Billy, & Dad Rash

Slide 213: 

Darby, Tyler, & Eddie

Slide 214: 

Estelon theJonisie Rock

Slide 215: 

Fred

Slide 216: 

Dick & Juanita LeGros, Irene, & Paul

Slide 217: 

Johnny on Nath’s 1937 Dodge Truck at Jim Yates’ Store

Slide 218: 

Jamie, Jared, Bryan, & Nathan Hart David Hart & Debbie Rash Hart Phipps’ Sons

Slide 219: 

Ila Hazel Ozella Ned 2009

Slide 220: 

John Dilley, Malcom, Lindsay Dilley, Norma Jean, Alan, Kathy Ann, Tom, Eddie, Ronnie, & Gene

Slide 221: 

Hay Ride in Buffalo Valley

Slide 222: 

The Rash Family  This history of the Alex Rash/Mila Richardson family was made possible by the collective efforts of many of their great-grandchildren. I must give special credit to the research contributed by Alan Rash and Danny Miller both of whom are now deceased. Alan is the grandson of Nathan Rash and Danny is the great grandson of Rettie Rash Yates. Debbie Rash Phipps and Dolly Duncan Richardson, are both granddaughters of James Albert (Jim) Rash. Ron Rash is the grandson of Nathan Rash. Nathan, Rettie, and Jim are all children of Alex and Mila Rash. Using Alan and Danny’s research, Debbie, Ron and Dolly have prepared the following documentation.

Slide 223: 

The Rash name is said to be of German origin, but the Delaware state history says the Rash family is Welsh by descent. Using Ancestry.com, I found that Thomas John “James” Rash, is believed to be the founder of our branch of the Rash family. The Rash family is one of the oldest families in Delaware. They are remarkable for longevity with more than one of their members having been centenarians.

Slide 224: 

John Rashe married Ann Parbine. Their son, Thomas John “James” Rashe, was said to have been born in Perton, Staffordshire, England, about 1638. He sailed from Wales to Delaware and settled in MurderKill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware, or what is now the Dover, Delaware, area. The Rash men were farmers by trade and were considered intelligent and reliable. They became influential in the district and prominent in political circles.

Slide 225: 

In the early 1600’s a woman named Mary, surname unknown, married a man with surname Pardue. They had one son, Walter. After the death of Pardue, Mary Pardue married Thomas John “James” Rash. This couple had two sons: John and Joseph; and two daughters, Mary and Elizabeth Rash. After the death of Thomas John “James” Rash, Mary Pardue Rash married Timothy Thorrold or Thorel. There were no children from this marriage. Thus begins our branch of the Rash family.

Slide 226: 

The Family of Aaron Alexander Rash And Mila Richardson Rash Alex Rash was born about 1859 in Iredell County, NC, to Asa Rash and Francis Barnett Rash. They lived North of Rocky Creek in Iredell County. By 1870 they had moved to Horse Creek in Ashe County, NC, and by 1880 the Asa Rash family was living on Staggs Creek. By 1880 Alex had married Mila Richardson and they were also living in Clifton with their son Jesse.

Slide 227: 

Dedicated to the memories of all those who departed before us. (2009) Thanks to Debbie Rash Phipps & Dolly Duncan Richardson (Deb & Dolly researched the Family History & preserved many of the pictures.)

Slide 228: 

Other Pictures provided by: Ozella Rash Duncan Nellie Rash Juanita Rash LeGros Donna Dilley Ruth Ann Rash & Several Others Thanks to all for your contributions to this Album.

Slide 229: 

We have uploaded and shared these items with you using Google Docs. To open them, go to the links below or e-mail me at rashman97@gmail.com and I will send you the links Asa Rash Family Tree http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=rw-c-wIwtYHR1T94NzJck8w The Rash Family History http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dfc5h2v4_3dxxdqtfs&invite=1410239130 Micager Lewis Family Tree http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=rC2mTDHrIZoH3lkmvgo8kyQ Daniel Rash Story http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dfc5h2v4_0hpt83vc7&invite=gt3qg8n Osborne Lewis Family Tree http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=rN1ztA8EoZgD94Lv_BUdVZg John Riddle Family Tree http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=ryxDVe5DvvBHm-h9J1xpI5w History of Alexander and Mila Rash http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dfc5h2v4_27gzqvngc&invite=518516394 Notes on the Rash Family http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dfc5h2v4_1grsd46f5&invite=131158453

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