Rash Family History & Genealogy

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  • John 2.5%
  • William 2.4%
  • James 2.4%
  • Mary 1.9%
  • Robert 1.5%
  • Charles 1.4%
  • Thomas 1.2%
  • David 1.1%
  • Samuel 0.8%
  • George 0.8%
  • Joseph 0.8%
  • Kenneth 0.8%
  • Edward 0.7%
  • Henry 0.7%
  • Paul 0.7%
  • Howard 0.6%
  • Walter 0.6%
  • Margaret 0.6%
  • Elizabeth 0.6%
  • Frank 0.5%

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Margaret Monteleone Hi everyone,

I just spoke to my older sister and we were talking about my Mother's hard life. Her Daddy, Silas died at age 37 and left his wife and 7 children literally destitute. My mother was 11 (the middle child) The oldest child was 17 and the youngest 9 months old. My sister was telling me a story about Joseph B I had not heard before. When Silas had the Heat Stroke and fell ill, (he had been working non stop in the fields) the doctors performed brain surgery, which even back then was expensive. Joseph B (Silas' Dad) had my Grandmother, Della, sign over her home as collateral. When two months later Silas died, Della had no way of paying her father in law, so he had her move out and sold the home. Nice story, huh? My mother, at age 12, went to work for other people and stayed in their homes and baby sat, cooked, and whatever else they needed for room, board and a small salary. My sister told me that one family, who were quite well to do, gave my Mother a HAIR RIBBON for her payment, rather than pay her money. My mother never forgot how she felt, when her Mother was needing the money that any of the kids could bring in to feed the little ones (there was three younger than my Mother, 7, 3 and a baby) at home. I never knew the name of the family and don't want to know.

Dec 01, 2002 · Reply