Ryle family


Ryle family
Alternate name
Rial family
Rile family
Ryal family
Slave Holding
African American
Likely connected to the Ryle family of Kent County, Maryland the common ancestor of the Boone County Ryle family was John Ryle, who died in Anson County, North Carolina in 1777. His son John Jr. came to Boone County in 1794 and settled near Tanner Station, the modern town of Petersburg. Another son, James, settled in Boone County by 1796. The Ryle family settled mostly between the Gunpowder Creek and the Ohio River in towns like Belleview, Waterloo, Gunpowder (Sugartit) and Rabbit Hash.
Ryle High School was named for and educator, Larry Ryle, who was a direct descendent of the early settler, James Ryle (1763 – 1838).
Prominent family member
Ryle, John, Sr.

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1819--Tony Accused of Stealing a Knife and Lying Event
1820--Amy Accused of Adultery Event
1824--Escape Attempt of Sarah Event
1826--Ally Accused of Fornication Event
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East Bend Methodist Church Cemetery (East Bend, Ky.) Location
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Middle Creek Baptist Church Cemetery (Boone County, Ky.) Location
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Ryle-Stephens Cemetery (Boone County, Ky.) Location
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Akin, Elizabeth Person
Barkshire, Sarah Person
Berkshire, Lavina Person
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Hogan, Mary Person
Hogan, Patsy Person
Lee, Rhonda Person
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