Rainwater Death & Murder and Scanned Obituaries

Accidental Death
Adolphus Bernard Rainwater, 1881-1920, Georgia
James M. Rainwater, 1841-1894, Texas
Miles Rainwater, 1922, Kentucky Jun 2014
Van Rainwater, 1894, Texas
William Rainwater, 1946-1959, Washington

Murder – Rainwater victim
Adam Benton Rainwater, 1860-1932, Missouri
Benjamin Franklin Rainwater, 1858-1886, Mississippi
Bob L. Rainwater, 1945-1974, Arkansas
Franklin Pierce Rainwater, 1892-1925, South Carolina
Howard Rainwater, 1875-1894, Alabama
James Rainwater, 1856, Indiana
James H. Rainwater, 1881-1904, Missouri
Zebulon M. Rainwater, 1823-1858, Georgia

Murder – Rainwater Perpetrator
G. W. Rainwater and W. M. Rainwater, 1866, Mississippi
Ransom Edward Rainwater, 1857, Texas
William Brasher Rainwater, 1858-1897, Missouri
William Henry Rainwater, 1829-1880/1900, Texas

Obituaries from the Christian Index (abstracts)

Scanned Obituaries
Old Obituaries (1870-1990) in PNG or PDF format
Contemporary (1990+) Obituaries in PDF or PNG format

Obituaries A-K and Profiles
Obituaries J-Z

Miles Rainwater, 1922, Kentucky

The Hickman Courier, Kickman, KY, 7 Sep 1922

Miles Rainwater, who lived on the farm of Jim Hunt, north of town, died last Thursday night from the effects of drinking “white mule” liquor. Rainwater had been in a critical condition ever since drinking the poison stuff about three weeks ago and his death was not unexpected.

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Adam Benton Rainwater, 1860-1932, Missouri

Jefferson City Post-Tribune, Jefferson City, MO, 6 Jul 1932

Recluse is slain near Springfield
Springfield, MO., July 6 — (AP) — A. B. Rainwater, 72-year-old bachelor recluse, was found shot to death in his lonely farm home three and a half miles southeast of Pittsburg, Mo., Hickory County, at 11 o’clock last night. Coroner L. A. Glasco estimated that the old man had been dead 48 hours. A shotgun was found nearby.

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Adolphus Bernard Rainwater, 1881-1920, Georgia

Spartanburg Herald, Spartanburg, SC, 9 Nov 1920

Macon, GA — A. B. Rainwater, a switchman was instantly killed and three other white men were injured when two switch engines side-swiped each other in the Southen railroad yards here late tonight. Rainwater, who was standing on the pilot of one engine, was thrown under the engine wheels and his body badly mangled.

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Benjamin Franklin Rainwater, 1858-1886, Mississippi

Waynesboro News, Wayne Co., MS, 18 Aug 1886

Frank Rainwater, a farmer, found near Waynesboro last Friday not ten feet from his house, his body all riddled with buckshot.

Transcription provided by David Sprinkle

Bob L. Rainwater, 1945-1974, Arkansas

Unknown Arkansas newspaper, June 1974

Funeral services for Bob L. Rainwater, 29, of Charleston were held Saturday, June 29, at Mt. View Freewill Baptist Church with Rev. Earl Storey and Rev. Boyd Allen officiating. Burial was at Mt. Hope Cemetery under the direction of Smith Mortuary.

Rainwater was found dead near Jasper, Mo., Tuesday night, June 25, in the cab of his truck. The shooting was an apparent homicide, authorities said.

Cash and personal belongings of Rainwater were believed to be missing when the body was found.

He was a driver for C and C Leasing of Lavaca.

Survivors include his wife, Ruth of Charleston; his mother, Mrs. Alma Rainwater of Charleston; one brother, Bill Rainwater of Charleston; four sisters, Mrs Betty Knight, Mrs Mary Little, Mrs. Martha Watson, and Miss Becky Rainwater, all of Charleston; five nieces and one nephew.

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Franklin Pierce Rainwater, 1892-1925, South Carolina

Because of the length of these articles, they are being offered in scanned versions. The basic facts are these: On 20 August 1925, Franklin P. Rainwater, a furniture dealer from Cheraw, SC, was found by passers-by dead in his auto, which appeared to have run off the road. He had been shot four times and the gun had been thrown some distance from the car. These articles do not present a conclusive theory, other than murder, and do not include coverage of the trial.

The articles, dated 21 August through 10 September, 1925, are from The Spartanburg Herald. Three additional articles, dated 1927 from The Evening Herald of Rock Hill, and 1925 from The Observer of Newberry, provide additional information.

Some readers may find offensive the obsession with race in these articles.

George W. Rainwater and William M. Rainwater, 1866, Mississippi

Southern News Column, The New Orleans Times, New Orleans, LA, 26 June 1866

Mississippi – Murders Overtaken
On Sunday last, Mr. Joseph Loper arrived in town with George and William Rainwaters, the young men who brutally murdered his old father some time in April last in Wayne County. They were overtaken on Jorden River, near Thompson’s Mill. Before the committing officer, they confessed the deed, but said they were hired to do it. — Handsboro Democrat, 23.

Southern News Column, The Thibodaux Sentinel, Tibodaux, LA, 7 July 1866

Mississippi – Murders Overtaken
On Sunday last, Mr. Joseph Loper arrived in town with George and William Rainwaters, the young men who brutally murdered their old father some time in April last in Wayne County. They were overtaken on Jorden River, near Thompson’s Mill. Before the committing officer, they confessed the deed, but said they were hired to do it. — Handsboro Democrat, 23.

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While it is clear that these two men were accused of murder, it is not clear who was killed, whether they were prosecuted, and whether they were guilty. George W. Rainwater changed his name to Randle and moved to Texas. William is said to have done the same. See the entry on the myths page for the details of the controversy surrounding these issues.

Howard Rainwater, 1875-1894, Alabama

The New York Times, 12 July 1894

Fatal Duel in Alabama
Birmingham, Ala., July 11 — James Spears and Howard Rainwater, aged seventeen and nineteen years respectively, fought a duel in the woods near Liberty1 early this morning. The trouble grew out of a rivalry for the affections of a young woman. Rainwater was killed and Spears locked up. Both young fellows had been drinking.

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James Rainwater, 1856, Indiana

On the 4th day of September, 1856, Prettyman Meuse murdered James Rainwater. The murder occurred in front of Lot No. 8 on Washington Street in Bloomfield. Meuse was a physician who had recently located at Bloomfield. Rainwater was a young man, a day laborer, who had recently come to the town. Dr. Meuse became incensed on account of some remark that he heard Rainwater had made about him, in connection with his conduct at a camp meeting. Without saying anything to Rainwater, Meuse approached him with a rawhide and revolver and commenced striking him with the rawhide. Rainwater turned and started to run down the street away from him. Meuse shot at him as he ran. The first shot struck him, and he expired in about fifteen minutes. The bystanders were so amazed at the suddenness and manner of the assault, that for a few moments they stood appalled at the scene before them. After the second shot, however, Thomas Patterson, a cool, resolute man, seized the murderer, and called upon some of the bystanders to assist in his arrest.

He (Meuse) was tried before James D. Knap, a Justice of the Peace, adjudged guilty and remanded to the county jail to await the action of the grand jury. At the October term, the Grand Jury returned an indictment against him, and on account of the excitement against him in Greene County, the case, on application of the defendant for change of venue, was sent to Monroe County. He was tried in Monroe County, and found guilty, and sentenced to State Prison for life. Some years after he was pardoned, but never returned to Greene County. The last heard of him he was a surgeon in the rebel army.

From History of Sullivan and Greene Counties, Indiana, 1884, Goodspeed Publishing. View the original Goodspeed article.

The identity of this individual is not absolutely certain. Two strong candidates have been proposed: James Washington Rainwater, son of Elisha Gentry Rainwater and his first wife, Elizabeth Grant; or, James B. Rainwater, son of William Howard Rainwater, Sr., and his first wife, Nancy Ann Hodge.

James H. Rainwater, Jr., 1881-1904, Missouri

The Evening News, San Jose, CA, 7 Nov 1904

Young Man is Fatally Shot; Girl fires pistol from satchel
Carthage, MO, Nov 7 — Just as he was about to leave on the Missouri Pacific train for Kansas City this morning, Jim Rainwater was fatally shot through the stomach, by Pearl Sykes, a young girl. The shooting took place at the depot. Rainwater’s uncle having just purchased a ticket for his nephew to go to Kansas City where he was to enlist in the Navy. The girl fired her pistol from within a small satchel that she carried in one hand by putting the the other inside, raising up the satchel and pulling the trigger. She was arrested and is now in jail.

James M. Rainwater, 1841-1894, Texas

Dallas Morning News, Dallas, TX, pg 3, 18 Jul 1894

J. M. Rainwater
Brenham, Tex, July 16 — The dispatch in yesterday's papers from Corsicana announcing the death of Mr. J. M. Rainwater by jumping in a well at that place was read with sorrow by many of the old citizens of this county, as Mr. Rainwater resided here prior to the war, enlisted in Company E, Fifth Texas Cavalry, Green's brigade, as a private, and made a good soldier, and was universally esteemed by all who knew him, especially by the members of his company, who in 1864 elected him the position of second lieutenant which he held to the close of the war. Soon after the war he left Brenham and accepted a position with commission merchants at Navasota and remained with them for a number of years, until his mind became impaired, rendering him incapable.

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This is James M. Rainwater, husband of Ella Sampson, son of Addison Franklin Rainwater and his first wife, Susan Wallace.

Ransom Edward Rainwater, 1857, Texas

Cherokee Sentinel, Cherokee Co., TX, 28 Mar 1857

Murder of Findley and Trail of Rainwater
The facts of the case as reveled by the investigators seem to be about as follows: H. M. Findley was a man about 60 years old, in easy circumstances, in Mississippi, where he had a family. In view of emigrating hither, he had purchased or rented a place and brought R. E. Rainwater with him, for which Rainwater was to make crop. Findley had told several persons of his intimacy with Rainwater’s wife, and finally made advances and propositions to her, using threats of violence to both her and her husband if she did not submit, of which she informed her husband on Thursday, and Saturday morning Rainwater rose from the table, took a double barrel shot gun and walked out, he said, to kill a squirrel. Findley finished his breakfast and walked out and sat upon the fence, preparing his pipe to smoke, when Rainwater discharged both barrels of his gun at him, which took effect and killed him instantly. He [Rainwater] has been tried and sentenced by a jury of his countrymen to fifteen years hard labor in the penitentiary.

Transcription contributed by David Sprinkle

Rusk Inquirer, Rusk Co., TX, 23 Mar 1857

A man named Findley was lately killed by Rainwater at Connor’s Mill about 10 miles below Alto in Cherokee Co., for boosting of having an intimacy with Rainwater’s wife.

Transcription contributed by the late Len Rainwater

Van Rainwater, 1894, Texas

Dallas Morning News, Dallas, TX, pg 1, 19 Jan 1894

Fatal Fall — His Head Was Crushed
Arlington, Tarrant Co., Tex., Jan. 18 — Van Rainwater, recently a mail carrier between Eagle Ford and Estelle, was found dead near the tracks of the Texas and Pacific Railway, about one and one-half miles east of this place, last night. He bought a ticket at Eagle Ford to Fort Worth and is supposed to have fallen from the train at the place where his body was found. Some people think he was struck by someone on the train. He had started to his brother in Johnson County. Sixty cents was found in one of his pockets and the other pocket is said to have been turned wrong side out. He was buried today in the Arlington Cemetery. After the burial, a few friends arrived from Eagle Ford. His brother, to whom he was going, is expected to-night or to-morrow. He is said to have been a peaceable and industrious boy.

Additional Details
Fort Worth, Tex., Jan 18 — People residing in the vicinity of Arlington found the dead body of a young man, apparently about 16 years of age, lying beside the track, with the crown of his head crushed in. The alarm was given and the excitement quickly became intense, especially as rumor had it that he had been murdered. A crowd quickly surrounded the spot, one and one-half miles west of Arlington, and in the gray light of morning discussed the grewsome [sic] find.

It was some time before the body was identified, but some hours after it was discovered, a visitor identified it as that of Van Rainwater, a young man 16 years of age, who had been working near Eagle Ford.

The agent at Eagle Ford states that he sold young Rainwater a ticket for Fort Worth last night and that he started for the city on the train which arrives here at 7:50 p.m. Nothing more was seen or heard of him until the identification of his dead body this morning.

The entire crown of the head was crushed, as one would crush an eggshell, but no other injuries appeared on the body. It is thought that he was either standing on the platform or attempting or attempting to pass from one car to another, and either fell, or was thrown off by the motion of the train, alighting on his head and meeting instant death. Deceased's only relative is a brother named J. T. Rainwater, who is employed on a farm near Cresson.

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William Rainwater, 1946-1959, Washington

Tri-City Herald, Kennewick, WA, 6 Jul 1959

Asphyxiation death cause
Everett (AP) — An autopsy showed that William Rainwater, 13, of Rt. 4, Everett, died of asphyxiation as he was being taken to the hospital on Sunday, Ken Baker, Snohomish County coroner, said Monday.

The boy’s mother, Mrs. Harold Rainwater, found him unconscious in a small shed near their home. The shed is used as a clubhouse by the youngsters in the neighborhood.

Baker said the circumstances of the boy’s death had not been determined. Young Rainwater’s mother said he had gone to the shed, presumably to play, after eating lunch.

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William Brasher Rainwater, 1858-1897, Missouri

The New York Times, 23 March 1897

Whole family murdered: jealous farmer kills his wife, her relatives, and then himself

Kansas City, March 22 — Bee Rainwater, a farmer living in Orrick, Ray County, murdered his wife, his mother-in-law, Mrs. William Artman; Ethel Gentry, his step-daughter, and John Thurman1, a step-brother, and then blew his brains out, Saturday evening.

Saturday night, Rainwater went over from his place to the Artman house to visit his wife and children. He was annoyed by some dogs barking in the orchard, and said to Thurman: "Johnny, lets kill those dogs." Thurman took a shotgun and Rainwater a revolver and they left the house. When they had gone about fifty yards Rainwater without having said a word, shot him dead.

Rainwater then hurried back to the house. He had brought back the gun which Thurman had taken out, and this he leveled at Mrs. Artman’s head saying: "D--- you, I've got you all." Mrs. Artman threw up her hands as Rainwater fired, the charge of the shot carrying off every one of her fingers and the right side of her head.

He then shot his wife and stepdaughter. Afterward he reloaded the gun, and, going to the front of the house, shot himself.

Jealousy and a belief that his mother-in-law was interfering with his domestic affairs is believed to have been the cause of Rainwater’s crime. He and his wife had frequently quarreled.

1 One article gives John’s surname as Thurman; the other article as Artman. Thurman is correct – he was W. B. Rainwater's brother-in-law.

William Henry Rainwater, 1828-1880/1900, Texas

Jefferson Journal, Jefferson Co., MS, 21 Nov 1856 Vol XV #7
Fayette Watchtower published every Friday by Thomas Harper, editor and propriortor

MURDER — James East was killed at Caseyville, Copiah, Miss yesterday by William H Rainwater. No difficulty or hard feeling was known to exist between the parties. Rainwater took East aside to have a word and a gentleman who was near them had no intimation of any quarrel until the report of the pistol, when turning to the parties he saw East fall and Rainwater run off. The ball entered East’s head just above one of his eyes.

William was the husband of Mary Angeline Bailey, 1840-1912. Born in Mississippi, his parents are not currently known.

Transcribed by Glidie Rainwater Mobley from Mississippi State Archives Newspaper Collection Roll #M 106

Zebulon M. Rainwater, 1823-1858, Georgia

By Joseph E. Brown, Governor and Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of this State (Georgia) and the Militia thereof,

Whereas, I have received official information that a murder was committed on the body of Zebulon M. Rainwater, in the county of Campbell, in this state on the 14th day of January, 1858, by Benjamin F. Rainwater; and it being represented to me, that the said Rainwater has fled from justice, – I have thought it proper to issue this, my proclamation, hereby offering a reward for $100 for the apprehension and delivery, to the Sheriff or Jailer of said county the body of the said Rainwater; and moreover I do charge and require all officers, civil and military, to be vigilant in endeavoring to apprehend and bring to trial the said fugitive, in order that he may undergo trial for the offense with which he is charged.

Printed in The Union Recorder, Baldwin Co., GA, Tuesday 24 Apr 1858
#783 Baldwin Co., GA Newspaper Clippings (Union Recorder), Vol. 8, 1858-1862, Tad Evans

Obituaries from the Christian Index

Abstracts from "Obituaries Published By The Christian Index, 1822-1879" and "Obituaries Published By The Christian Index, 1880-1899" by Mary Overby.

Mrs. Elizabeth Rainwater, 38 years, wife of Elisha G. Grant, daughter of James and Nancy Grant, died 26 May 1849, Greene Co., GA, 5 children.

Abner Rainwater, 73 years, died 18 Sep 1872, Hancock Co., GA

Mrs. Elizabeth Rainwater, 43 years, died 13 Jul 1855, wife of Abner, Powelton, Hancock Co., GA

Rev. James Rainwater, born 13 Jan 1795, South Carolina, died 22 Jun 1871, Campbell Co., GA

Mrs. Polly Rainwater, wife of Rev. James Rainwater, died 8 Jan 1859, Campbell Co., GA

Cornelia Rainwater, (wife of Charkes), born 28 Dec 1855, died 7 Oct 1893, Atlanta, GA, member of Enon Church

Thaddeus W. Rainwater, born 29 Sep 1831, died 15 Mar 1896, member of Powelton Baptist Church

Other Old Obituaries (1870-1990) in PNG or PDF format

Rainwater Surname
Ada Rainwater, 1882-1907, Washoe Co., NV
Ada Rainwater, 1905-1976, Columbia Co., WA
Albert Marion Rainwater, 26 Oct 1978, Rome, GA
Bera Etta Stringfellow Rainwater, 1892-1988 Tallapoosa Co., AL
Bertha Rainwater, 1949, Dallas Co., TX
Charles Luther Rainwater, 1893-1936, Brown Co., IN jun2011
Cleo Rainwater, 1956, Dallas Co., TX
Cordia (Watson) Rainwater, 1873-1954, Brown Co., IN jun2011
Dalton L. Rainwater, 1892-1949, Dallas Co., TX
Edna B. (Tracey) Rainwater, 1892-1968, Morgan Co., IN jun2011
Ernest W. Rainwater, 1900-1957, Dallas Co., TX
Ethel Helen Rainwater, 1905-1958, Dallas Co., TX
Frank D. Rainwater, 1876-1955, Dallas Co., TX
Fred Rainwater, 1893-1904, Columbia Co., WA
George A. Rainwater, 1971, Dallas, TX
Mrs. George F. Rainwater, 25 Feb 1977, Cape Girardeau, MO
Harvey A. Rainwater, 1929, Mexia, Limestone Co., TX
Harold Dean Rainwater, 1933, Brown Co., IN jun2011
Harold M. Rainwater, 1895-1976, Columbia Co., WA
Harriett Goddard Rainwater, 1842-1938, Hamilton Co., TX
Hollis Chandler Rainwater, 1898-1977, Dallas, TX
Hosea Milton Rainwater, 1870-1953, Bell Co., TX
Gertrude Caughron Rainwater, 1884-1969, Wilbarger Co., TX
Jimmie Rainwater, 1912-1962, Skagit Co., WA
John Rainwater, 1936-1948, Morgan Co., IN jun2011
Kathryn Newell Rainwater, 1895-1960, Columbia Co., WA
Leonard C. Rainwater, 1885-1961, Spokane Co., WA
Lloyd N. Rainwater Sr., 1891-1972, Columbia Co., WA
Lois Rainwater, 26 Nov 1947, Sarasota, FL
Lois Cannon Rainwater, 1904-1968, Tuscaloosa, AL
Luther Lee Rainwater, 1899-1957, Mineral Wells, TX
Martha Reba (Mrs. Ben L.) Rainwater, 1916-1960, Rome, GA
Martha Rainwater Rainwater, 1866-1961, Wilbarger Co., TX
Mary Katherine Rainwater, 1969, Dallas, TX
Mattie C. Rainwater (Mrs. George M.), 1918, Rockingham, SC
Miles Rainwater, 1878-1965, Wilbarger Co., TX
Presley Rainwater, 1866-1946, Columbia Co., WA
Retha Casey Rainwater, 1955, Dallas Co., TX
Robert L. Rainwater, 1887-1982, Indianapolis, IN
Sarah Elizabeth Eledge Rainwater Allen, 1896-1987, Spartanburg, SC
Sinie (Kelley) Rainwater, 1892-1972, Johnson Co., IN jun2011
Thomas L. Rainwater, 26 & 27 Aug 1968, Cape Girardeau, MO
William Luther Rainwater, 1897-1937, Morgan Co., IN jun2011
William R. Rainwater, 1913-1968, Johnson Co., IN jun2011
William Raymond Rainwater, 1901-1979, Morgan Co., IN jun2011

Rainwater Maiden Name
Etta Rainwater Dale, 1879-1936, Columbia Co., WA
Delilah Rainwater Finkle, 1868-1921, Columbia Co., WA
Doretta Rainwater Luttrell, 1874-1966, Wilbarger Co., TX
Alice Rainwater Green, ca 1860-1945, Columbia Co., WA
Martha Susan Rainwater Neal, 1843-1932, Columbia Co., WA
Phoye Rainwater Prince, 5 Aug 1982, Rome, GA
Ellen Rainwater Robinson, ca 1860-1942, WA
Mattie Rainwater Burch Siler, ca 1889-1972, Bell Co., TX
Frances Rainwater Spoonemore, Jul 1950, Columbia Co., WA
Dollie Rainwater Thornton, 1901-1954, Goree, Knox Co., TX

Other
Margaret Pool Rainwater Parsley, 1871-1949, Marion Co., IN jun2011

Contemporary (1990+) Obituaries in PDF or PNG format

Rainwater Surname
Annette Cannon Rainwater, 2 Apr 2000, Augusta, GA
Avis Rainwater, 30 Aug 1997, Abilene, TX
Ben L. Rainwater, 6 May 1990, Rome, GA
Bessie Melissa Rainwater, 20 Feb 1999, Abilene, TX
Bobbie Jean Rainwater, 1937-2003, Jackson, GA
Brown Veazey Rainwater, March 1999, Pensacola, FL
Carrie Leta Rainwater, 12 Nov 2000, Miscellaneous Lea Co., NM
Cecil Rainwater, Jr., 31 May 2005, Champaign-Urbana, IL
Clarabell Young Rainwater, 31 Oct 1999, Abilene, TX
Clois Miles Rainwater, 9 Jan 2010, Bonham, Fannin Co., TX
Clyde Rainwater, 23 Sep 2007, Sacramento, CA
Dean Rainwater, 17 Oct 2003, Spokane, WA
Dayle G. Rainwater, 16 Dec 2008, Dayton, WA
Dewey Wilbur Rainwater, 23 Jul 2003, Everett, WA
Dorothy F. Rainwater, May 1999, Forstoria, OH
Dorothy Roots Rainwater, 3 June 2007, Campbellsville, KY
Dovie Gladden Rainwater, 6 Oct 1994, Cedartown, GA
Fae Bailey Rainwater, 1994, Columbia Co., WA
Forrest A. Rainwater, 16 Aug 1999 Temple, Bell Co., TX
Frances W(and) Rainwater, 9 Nov 1995, Fort Worth, TX
Harvey L. Rainwater, 13 Jul 1998, Wichita Falls, TX
Hilman Rainwater, 19 Nov 2009, Millstadt, St. Clair Co., IL
Inez Ward Rainwater, 30 Sep 2003, Cape Girardeau, MO
Jack Pershing Rainwater, 22 Dec 2002, Dallas, TX
James Rainwater (of Valdosta, GA), 15 Dec 2004, Enid, OK
James Clay Rainwater, 14 Nov 2001, Campbellton, KY
James H. Rainwater, Jr., 31 Aug 2000, Pendleton, OR
James Kirk Rainwater, 10 Sep 2004, Hartsville, SC
James Ralph Rainwater, 4 Apr 2002, Cedartown, GA
Jetahn Floyd Rainwater, 8 Nov 1998, Abilene, TX
John Silas Rainwater, Jr., 25 Mar 2003, Okmulgee, OK
Joyce Rainwater, 10 Jul 2001, Dallas, TX
June Marie Cross Rainwater, 24 Aug 2001, Austin, TX
Kenneth M. Rainwater, 10 Mar 2005, Lake Hamilton, AR
Larry Allen Rainwater, Sr., 4 Aug 1995, Jonesboro, AR
Leonard Rainwater, 24 Jun 2007, Texas
Lewellyn Dean Rainwater, 17 Oct 2003, Seattle, WA
Louise Rainwater, 16 Feb 2009, East Point, GA
Manford Rainwater, 28 Nov 1997, Albuquerque, NM
Marian R. Rainwater, 6 Apr 2005, Chattanooga, TN
Marjorie Rainwater, 21 Jul 1998, San Angelo, TX
Mary Frances Rainwater, 29 June 2007, Selma, AL
Mattie Lee Rainwater, 16 Apr 2001, Abilene, TX
Maudie Hand Rainwater, 1917-2004, Alexander City, AL
Myrtis Cox Rainwater, 9 Nov 1999, Abilene, TX
Nancy Jane McIlhaney Rainwater, 4 Feb 2010, Irving, TX
Randy Lynn Rainwater, 21 Apr 2000, Eugene, OR
Ralph D. Rainwater, 20 Feb 2004, Fayette Co., GA
Raymond Carl Rainwater, 13 May 1997, San Angelo, TX
Richard A. Rainwater, 17 June 2008, Rome, GA
Richard Morris Rainwater, 26 Aug 1999, Athens, GA
Robert Martin Rainwater, 15 Apr 1993, Gadsden, AL
Ruby C. Rainwater, 17 Jul 2001, Wichita Falls, TX
Sheryl Denise Rainwater, 3 Jan 2004, Dallas, TX
Thelma May Rainwater, 12 Aug 2009, Washington, DC
Thelma Oretha Rainwater, 21 Nov 2002, Rome, GA
Thomas Leslie Rainwater, 16 Mar 2005, Battle Creek, MI
Thurman Clifton Rainwater, 3 Dec 1991, Tuscaloosa, AL
Velma Louise Rainwater, 11 May 2002, Amarillo Globe News Online
W. H. "Red" Rainwater, 5 Sep 1997, Abilene, TX
William A. "Bill" Rainwater, 20 Nov 2004, Lampasas, TX
William Albert Rainwater, 26 Jan 2004, Snyder, TX
William David Rainwaters, 14 Aug 2001, Boise, ID
William David Rainwaters, 14 Aug 2001, Bowling Green, KY
Zella Tarter Rainwater, 28 Mar 2002, Somerset, KY

Rainwater Maiden Name
Ida Mae Rainwater Bulgin, 19 Jul 1999, Columbia, MO
OraNell Rainwater DeFrance, 12 Feb 2002, Boise, ID
Hattie Etta Rainwater Elder, 14 Jul 2002, Rome, GA
Belvadine Rainwater Gregory, 17 Jan 2001, Bowling Green, KY
Dixie Rainwater Gregory, 1910-2000, Texas
Alla May Rainwater Hale, 20 May 2001, Danville, KY
Mary Christine Rainwater Hildreth, 30 Jun 2007, Collinsville, TN
Mary Ruth Rainwater Horner, 23 Jan 2003, Russellville, AR
Frances Rainwater Ivey, 20 Sep 2001, Rome, GA
Myrtis Rainwater Keel, 1921-2005, Alexander City, AL
Ruby Rainwaters Keeton, 22 Aug 1999, Bowling Green, KY
Lucy Deane Rainwater Sutton, 16 Oct 2001, Austin, TX

 

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