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Ch 2 - Sarah "Sally" Harris   |   Ch 2.2 - Frances Runyan   |   Ch 2.4 - Jeremiah Runyan
Ch 2.6 - William Runyan   |   Ch 2.8 - Eliza Runyan   |   Ch 2.9 - Reuben Runyan   |   Ch 2.10 - James Runyan
Ch 2.11 - Furman Runyan   |   Ch 2.12 - Mary Runyan   |   Ch 2.a - Charles Runyan   |   Ch 7 - Judah "Judy" Harris

Descendants of Charles C. Runyon

Chapter 2.a of Part II, Descendants of John Harris

By Garda M. Hodgson


CHARLES CHUMWELL RUNYON AND HIS WIFE, SARAH JANE
WHERE DO THEY FIT?

1880 Cleveland County, NC p 490 Family # 143
1900 Cleveland Co, NC census p 24 ED 50 sheet 1 Family # 1:

Charles Chumwell Runyon was born in March, 1858 (42-1900), in North Carolina. The 1900 census also indicates that his father was born in North Carolina and his mother in South Carolina. His wife, Sarah Jane, was born in North Carolina in January 1863 (37-1900). Both her parents were born in North Carolina. The 1900 census indicated they had been married for 22 years; therefore married in 1878. They were enumerated in the 1880 and 1900 Cleveland County, North Carolina, census records. Her name was Sarah J. in the 1900 census, but there was a deed (Cleveland Co. Deed Book QQ p 39) dated February 4, 1899, Sarah Jane and C. C. Runyan, of Cleveland County, North Carolina, to D. G. Webber, of same, for $50.00, Lot #82 on plat of Town of Earl ... Signed Sarah Jane Runyan and C.C. Runyan.

Without more information we can't place Charles and his wife accurately within the Runyon family line. If further information comes to light, this problem can be resolved.

    Children:
    1. Jeremiah RUNYON b Jun 1879 (1-1880, 20-1900), NC
    2. Effy L. RUNYON b Jun 1882 (17-1900), NC
    3. Hester C. RUNYON b Jan 1885 (15-1900), NC
    4. Nannie RUNYON b Sep 1891 (8-1900), NC

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Navigation Bar for Chapters of Part II - Descendants of John Harris
Ch 2 - Sarah "Sally" Harris   |   Ch 2.2 - Frances Runyan   |   Ch 2.4 - Jeremiah Runyan
Ch 2.6 - William Runyan   |   Ch 2.8 - Eliza Runyan   |   Ch 2.9 - Reuben Runyan   |   Ch 2.10 - James Runyan
Ch 2.11 - Furman Runyan   |   Ch 2.12 - Mary Runyan   |   Ch 2.a - Charles Runyan   |   Ch 7 - Judah "Judy" Harris

Navigation Bar for book - Descendants of Isaac Harris
Foreword   |   Contents   |   Isaac Beginnings   |   Part I - William   |   Part II - John   |   Part III - Wooten   |   Part IV - Benjamin
Part V - Elizabeth   |   Part VI - Mary   |   Part VII - Reuben   |   Part VIII - Zachariah   |   Part IX - Alexander Rhodes



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