Raney is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Albert Raney, Sr. (contemporary), developer of Mystic Caverns in Arkansas, USA
  • Catherine Raney (born 1980), American Olympic speed skater
  • Chad Raney (contemporary), American entrepreneur; founder of Lone Star Music
  • Doug Raney (born 1956), American jazz guitarist; son of Jimmy Raney
  • George P. Raney (1845–1911), American politician and jurist; justice of the Florida Supreme Court 1885–1894
  • Jimmy Raney (1927–1995), American jazz guitarist
  • John Henry Raney (1849–1928), American politician from Missouri; U.S. representative 1895–97
  • Murray Raney (1885–1966), American mechanical engineer; inventor of Raney nickel
  • Paul Hartley Raney (1892–1917), Canadian fighter pilot killed in World War I
  • Sue Raney (born 1940), American jazz singer
  • Tom Raney, comic-book artist.
  • Wayne Raney (1921–1993), American country singer
  • William Raney (1859–1933), Canadian lawyer, politician, and judge from Ontario
See also: Raney nickel
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Paul Hartley Raney - Death
... total of six patrols and at the age of 24, Raney took off at approximately 700pm with five other pilots in an evening patrol over enemy territory ... This mission marked the first time Raney had flown in a different Sopwith Pup than he had flown to-date (serial number B2177.3 instead of B1846) ... The only detailed information of Raney's last moments likely comes from O'Brien himself, as he witnessed and later wrote in his intriguing novel about his entire wartime experiences being shot ...
Sue Raney
... Sue Raney (born June 18, 1940) is an American jazz singer ... Raney begin singing at only four years of age, and encouraged by her mother, began working as a professional before she was a teenager ... After a hiatus in the 1970s, Raney has continued to record sporadically, with one of her most recent albums being a 2006 tribute to Doris Day entitled Heart's Desire ...
Paul Hartley Raney - Royal Flying Corps Service
... In December 1916, at the age of 23, Paul Raney enlisted in the Royal Flying Corps ... Raney attended final flight and combat training in England, earning his wings in mid-June ... In early July, Raney arrived in France, at the reserve camp, or as it was called the "Pool Pilots Mess", which was where new recruits were stationed before "an opening" appeared at active Squadrons ...
Sue Raney - Discography
... When Your Lover Has Gone (1958, Capitol) Heart and Soul Songs for a Raney Day (1960, Capitol) All By Myself (1964, Capitol) Happiness is a Warm Sue Raney (1965, Philips) Alive and In Love (1966, Imperial) New ...