Miscellaneous Runyon Photos
The Runyon family is among the early settlers commemorated on this plaque in downtown Piscataway. Photo by Steve Runyan.
Many early Runyon ancestors are buried in this cemetery in Piscataway, NJ, where Vincent Rongnion married Emily Boutcher and started the vast Runyon family in North America. Photo by Steve Runyan.
A field connecting to the Chanel offices that is adjacent to the Runyon Cemetery in Piscataway. Photo by Steve Runyan.
Stone wall across highway from the Runyon Cemetery in Piscataway. The wall possibly marked a Runyon boundary before the highway split the land. Photo by Steve Runyan.
Adron Runyon (1801-1859), son of John and Elizabeth (Runner) Runyon and grandson of Isaac and Charity (Geertje Hageman) Runyon, donated the land for the Pond Creek Primitive Baptist Church near Belfry, KY. He also donated the land across the street from the church, which is on a hill, for the cemetery. Photo by Robert Runyon, 11 July 1953.
On 22 June 1954 in Somerset County, NJ, F. A. Miller took this photograph of the grave of Rachel Compton, wife of Jonathan Runyon. Rachel died 7 November 1801 at the age of 63 years, 3 months and 28 days. Jonathan and Rachel's daughter, Sarah, who married James Hodge, is buried to the right. Sarah died 19 January 1811 at 74 years of age.
This image of Berry Oliver Runnion (1833-1904) of Tennessee is a photocopy of a framed portrait. Mrs. J. A. Lindsay of Midwest City, OK, contributed the photocopy probably during the 1950s.
Thomas Runnion of Tennessee was born 5 June 1813 and died 12 December 1890. Inscription states: "Our father has gone to a mansion of rest, to the glorious land the Deity blest." Mrs. J. A. Lindsay of Midwest City, OK, contributed the photo. The date is unknown but probably during the late 1950s.
1950s era photograph of the memorial to Susannah Custer Runyan (1748-1823), wife of Revolutionary War Veteran John Runyan (1740-1807). The cemetery is at the Asbury M.E. Chapel, Catawba, Clark County, OH. The photographer is unknown, but wrote: "Susannah Runyan came to Ohio from Harrison County, W. Va., about 1809 with her grown sons Abraham, George, Joseph."