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History and stories of the "Wray family"

compiled by the Wray cousins: Alice Wray Deacon ... [et al.]
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1991
on 1 microfilm reel : ill. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of manuscript [87] leaves at the Lake County Genealogical Society Museum, Lakeport, California.

Includes ms. additions and corrections.

Moses and Mary Wray immigrated to Virginia in 1732 and settled in Franklin County. They had eighteen children. The family migrated to Ohio after the Revolutionary War. Their youngest son, William Montgomery Wray (1769-1845) married Nancy Rue (1794-1883), daughter of Abram and Margaret Rue, at Zenia, Ohio, in 1808. They had nine children, 1810-1828. The family lived at Zenia, College Corners, and Mill Town, Ohio, and then in 1829 migrated to Michigan and settled near Niles, Berrien County. Descendants of their son, Caleb Perry Wray (1821-1906) listed lived in California and elsewhere.

Includes the Moon, Wharton, and other related families.

Includes research notes and genealogical correspondence added on the Wray family added by the Lake County Genealogical Society. Typescript and ms. collection ([22] leaves).

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