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 Solomon Rainbolt

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Solomon Rainbolt

Birth
Death
25 Feb 1899 (aged 70)
Burial
Popcorn, Lawrence County, Indiana, USA
Memorial ID
11577848 View Source

According to the Rainbolt Genealogy Book :
Page# 43 Individual# 14
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Individual# : K G S 5 - 5 J X
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Solomon RAINBOLT was born on a farm in Lawrence county, March 23, 1828, and died on the same farm Feb. 25, 1899. He was married to Olevia E. SEXSON, Feb 4, 1857. To them were born seven children six boys and one girl. The boys are all married and have comfortable homes. The are Boon RAINBOLT, of Bloomfield, Horatio and Theodore RAINBOLT, living on farms in Washington township, Greene county, Hanegan and Ed RAINBOLT are living on the old home farm. C. S. RAINBOLT is practicing law in Lincoln, Nebraska, Mary, the only girl, died March 30, 1891. Solomon RAINBOLT was a son of John RAINBOLT, one of the early pioneers of this country and a very prominent and well-to-do farmer in those days. Olevia E., widow of Solomon RAINBOLT, is the daughter of Judge SEXSON one of the first probate judges of Greene County. Solomon RAINBOLT was a good, honorable and thrifty citizen. He was a Democrat of the Jeffersonian type, although he never asked for any office. His boys are all good, honorable, well-to-do citizens, and have comfortable homes and happy families.

According to the Rainbolt Genealogy Book :
Page# 43 Individual# 14
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Individual# : K G S 5 - 5 J X
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Solomon RAINBOLT was born on a farm in Lawrence county, March 23, 1828, and died on the same farm Feb. 25, 1899. He was married to Olevia E. SEXSON, Feb 4, 1857. To them were born seven children six boys and one girl. The boys are all married and have comfortable homes. The are Boon RAINBOLT, of Bloomfield, Horatio and Theodore RAINBOLT, living on farms in Washington township, Greene county, Hanegan and Ed RAINBOLT are living on the old home farm. C. S. RAINBOLT is practicing law in Lincoln, Nebraska, Mary, the only girl, died March 30, 1891. Solomon RAINBOLT was a son of John RAINBOLT, one of the early pioneers of this country and a very prominent and well-to-do farmer in those days. Olevia E., widow of Solomon RAINBOLT, is the daughter of Judge SEXSON one of the first probate judges of Greene County. Solomon RAINBOLT was a good, honorable and thrifty citizen. He was a Democrat of the Jeffersonian type, although he never asked for any office. His boys are all good, honorable, well-to-do citizens, and have comfortable homes and happy families.


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