Raysville is an unincorporated community in Wayne Township, Henry County, Indiana.
Raysville was laid out and platted in 1832. It was named for James B. Ray, 4th Governor of Indiana. A post office was established at Raysville in 1830, and remained in operation until it was discontinued in 1907.
Raysville is located at 39°47′46″N 85°30′45″W / 39.79611°N 85.51250°W / 39.79611; -85.51250.