There's a Rayson Family Web Site running at
please get in touch if you're interested in joining.
P.O. Box 81123
Lake Bonavista R.P.O.
e-mail: contact Paul if you wish to get in touch with Jill.
William RAYSON and Ann DODD, lived in and around Haltwhistle,
Northumberland, from about 1810 to 1890. They had a large family including
my g.g. grandmother, Marguerite or Margaret RAYSON, born about 1850. She
married Thomas George LEWIS, who had a pub called the Lord Nelson in London
(still standing, in Islington, near City Road and Old Street). Died around
I am interested in any English RAYSONs, and anyone with ANY surname who has an interest in the local history of Haltwhistle and area.
Luis Omar Rayson
1479 Gabriel Larralde Street
Caseros- (Provincia de Buenos Aires)
email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
|I'm a descendant of an old English immigrant called Thomas Rayson, who went to Argentina in about 1880 as a worker during the laying of our railway system. This immigrant came with his wife and children, two boys (Juan and Alfredo) and a girl (Mili). His wife was called Mary Rayson (formely Coleman). My father was Juan's son (Juan means John in English). I have a photograph of my great-grandfather taken in Liverpool about 1880.|
Walpole, Massachusetts, USA
My gggrandmother was Ann Rayson, born about 1836, daughter of Paul and Mary
Graham. From information provided by Chris Rayson, Paul was born about 1817,
the son of Edward and Hannah.
The family was from Cumberland, towns of Cadew, Carlisle, Burgh by Sands. Ann
Rayson, married to Johnathan Moffatt was my gggrandmother.
REED, MOFFATT, RAYSON, GRAHAM, SHEFFIELD
|If anyone is researching Rayson connections in Cumbria then please get in touch. I have a lot of information which I am quite happy to share.|
William RAYSON, d.o.b 1843-44, married Elizabeth Pittman d.o.b.1846
The children I'm aware of are as follows: