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  • Alva Curtis Rash (1857 - 1921)
    Birth: December 3, 1857 - Hardin, Iowa, United States Death: July 21, 1921 (63) - Gordon, Nebraska, United States Son of Lewis Ellis Rash and Rachel Hammer Husband of Clara Davis Father of Pearl R...
  • Amanda Elizabeth Jones (1843 - 1910)
    Burial of her and husband William Jones: Friends Cemetery, Richland, Keokuk County, Iowa Daughter of Robert Rash and Setha Lettie Bryant. AMANDA “Manda” ELIZABETH RASH was born March 12, 1843, in...
  • Amos Rash (1821 - 1890)
    On the Media tab for this Geni entry see the news item holding Amos Rash to public contempt in the murder trial of his brother Beverly Rash.Amos Rash in Nancy Miller Thompson Smith's 2015 book The Gene...
  • Andrew Seth Rash (1877 - 1919)
    Iowa, Death Records, 1904-1951 Name Andrew Seth Rash Cause of death: "Exhaustion. Full cause not determined. unreadable similar to typhoid fever." Sex Male Age 42 Death Date 15 Sep 1919 Death Plac...
  • Anna Rash (1799 - c.1817)
    Census : Born in North Carolina-Appears to be a 30 for her age but it should be a 50 - Aug 7 1850 Randolph, Indiana, USA* Census : Born in North Carolina - June 25 1860 Randolph, Indiana, USA* Updated ...

About the Rash surname

English: variant of Ash; the name arose as the result of misdivision of Middle English atter ashe ‘at the ash tree’ (Old English æt þ?re æsce). Jewish: of uncertain origin; the Guggenheimers consider it to be a variant of Rasch 1. Americanized spelling of German and Jewish Rasch.

Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press Ancestry -Jeffry J. Hester