GRAY   from Hertfordshire



This page is about the GRAY surname, descendants and connected families from Richard Gray of Buntingford in Hertfordshire, born 1686.    Details of living people are not shown without their permission.    Any details that you can add, especially corrections will be gratefully received.   GeoffStone@Wedmore.org.uk

 
The following table is in sections by generation.   The chart is read from left to right with the earliest generation at the left and the eldest children at the top.   Numbered links to the next section are shown to the right if there are more descendants.   The numbers themselves have no significance, other than their position in the entire Stone family tree.   At the top of each section to the left is a numbered link to the earlier generations, where applicable.Chart Information


Descendants of Richard GRAY   Farmer of Buntingford, Herts.575
 
Generation         1098
 
|-
Much of this information was |
compiled in 1965 by A.C. GRAY|-
born 1907, from records deposited|- Thomas GRAY|
in the library of the Society of| b 1703|- 3 sons & 2 daughters GRAY
Friends in 1937 and from family| Miller of Watford|
records of William GRAY||-
1773 - 1844||
||-
|
|
 ||- Sarah GRAY> 576
|| b c1731
|| d 18 Feb 1789 aged 58
|| bu 22 Feb 1789 Friends' Ground,
||                Newbury
|| m 12 Feb 1756 Gracechurch St. Meeting
|| = Joseph RAND
|| b c1721
|| Tin Plate Worker of Bishopsgate St. Without
|| removed to Newbury 1780
|| d 14 Feb 1813 aged 81
||
|| bu 19 Feb Friends' Gnd, Newbury
||         (Non-Member)
 ||- John GRAY> 577
|| b 1734/53 kids
|| Farmer of West Ham, Claveringbury
||         and Waltham Abbey, Essex
|| d 15 Sep 1805 Waltham Abbey aged 70
|| bu 20 Sep Friends' Ground, Waltham Abbey
|| m
|| = Mary COLEMAN
|- Richard GRAY|- Richard GRAY| b c 1739 of Garratt near Wandsworth
| b 1686| b 1705| d 15 Jun 1814 aged 75
| Yeoman, Buntingford, Herts.| Husbandman| bu 19 Jun Friends' Ground, Wal'm Abbey
| d| of Stanstead St. Margarets, Herts|
| m| d|-Richard GRAY> 578
| = | m| b 1737
| = Lydia BOREHAM| Watchmaker of Red Lion St., Spitalfields
| b 12 Jan 1710 Great Amwell, Herts.| d 28 Jan 1808 Galley Hill Comm. aged 70
| d| bu 3 Feb Friends' Ground, Waltham Abbey
|| m 31 Jul 1764 Dev. House
|       Robert COLE - - - - - - - - - - -| = Elizabeth COLE
|       Farmer, Waltham Abbey| b c 1748 of Claveringbury
|       = Elizabeth| d 12 Sep 1825 aged 77 (non-member)
|| bu 17Sep Friends' Ground, Wal'm Abbey
||
||- William GRAY> 579
|| b c1742
|| Apprenticed to Joseph RAND [above]
|| Tin Plate Worker,
|| Freeman of the City of London
|| of St Botolph, at death of daughter Lydia
|| d 11 Nov 1806 Friends' Workhouse,
||             Islington
|| bu 16 Nov Friends' Ground, Whitechapel
|| m 3 May 1767 Dorking Meeting
|| = Patience SNELLING
|| b 19 Jan 1743/4 of Dorking
|| d 27 Nov 1813 Spitalfields "aged 67"
|| bu 5 Dec Friends' Ground, Whitechapel
|
|- John GRAY
| b 1707
| Miller of Hertford
| m
| = Mary? of Malden, Beds. ?
 
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< 575 Descendants of John GRAY and Mary COLEMAN577
 
Generation         765
 
|- Mary GRAY
| b 6 Aug 1777 Upton, West Ham
| d 8 Aug 2 days old ? bur 13th Friends'
|
|- Lydia GRAY
| b 9 Mar 1779
| Ackworth Friends' School 1791-93
| d 28 May 1843 Camberwell aged 64
| m 19 Aug 1801 White Hart Court, Gracechurch St.
| = Joseph HARVEY
| b c1765
| of firm of Harvey & Darton, booksellers & publishers
| d 1841 Camberwell aged 76
|
|- John GRAY
  b 26 Dec 1783 Waltham (Abbey?)
  d
 
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< 575 Descendants of Richard GRAY and Elizabeth COLE   m 31 Jul 1764578
 
Generation         765
 
|- Sarah GRAY
| b 13 Aug 1765 Raven Row, Christchurch parish, Whitechapel
| unmarried
| d 4 Aug 1824 Nazing, Essex [sic]
| bu 8 Aug Friends' Ground, Waltham Abbey
|
|- Richard GRAY
| b 8 Dec 1766 Claveringbury, Essex
| Leather capmaker
| d 11 Jun 1828 St Saviours, Southwark
|     aged 62 (non-member)
|< 8 year gap !!
|- Lydia GRAY
| b 22 Feb 1774 Claveringbury, Essex
|d 18 Aug 1793 bu 25 Friends' Ground, Waltham Abbey
|
|- Richard GRAY ** This can't be right     same name and birthdays similar !!
| - perhaps the other one died young
| and this Richard was the capmaker? GTS
| b 8 Dec 1776
|
|- Benjamin GRAY|- Jane GRAY
| b 4 or 5 Feb 1781 Claveringbury,| b 1821
| Carpenter, Horsley Down, | d 1823 Southwark (non-member)
|         Surrey ??|
| d 25 Oct 1824 (non-member)|- John GRAY
| m|
| = Mary
| b 1782/3 ?
| A Mary Martin GRAY wid. of Benjamin
| d 1871 Barking aged 88 (non-member)
|
|- William GRAY
| b 29 Aug 1783 Claveringbury, Essex
| d 17 Dec 1795 "of decline" bu 27th
|
|- Elizabeth GRAY
| b 15 May 1785 Claveringbury, Essex
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< 575                                       Descendants of James William GRAY and Patience SNELLING     m 3 May 1767 Dorking579
 
Generation         765
 
|- Ann "Nancy" GRAY
| b 2 Feb 1768 Holywell Street, no issue
|             St. Leonard, Shoreditch
| d 26 Oct 1822 (non-Friend)
| bu 2 Nov Friends' Ground Bunhill Fields
| bu 2 Nov Friends' Ground Bunhill Fields
| = - - - JEFFERIES
|
|- Lydia GRAY
| b 17 Dec 1768 Holywell Street, St. Leonard, Shoreditch
| d 8 Jan 1782 small pox aged 3
| bu 9 Jan Friends' Park Ground Southwark
|
||- Mary Ann TULLY|- infant son
|- Martha GRAY| b 6 Aug ?| died 17 Mar 1833 aged 36 hours
| b 6 Dec 1770 Ball Alley,| went to America| bu 21 Mar St. Albans
|       32 Lombard Street||
| Ackworth Friends' Sch. 1780-83| = Thomas LEFEVRE
| d 6 Jun 1841| b 1766 of Hemel Hempstead
| bu 13 Jun Friends' Ground, Staines| d 15 Jul 1832 Hemel Hempstead aged 66
| m 22 Apr 1802 W. Brentford| his 1st wife = Sarah
| = James TULLY| d 7 May 1829 aged 56 bu 13th Hemel Hempstead (F's)
| b c1756|
| Farmer of Horsham, Surrey|- Samuel TULLY
| d 16 Jan 1833 aged 76| apprenticed to John ASHBY, Brixton Mill
| bu 24 Jan Friends' Ground Staines| d 8 Jan 1832
|| Aunt Nancy being only relative present at death
| father ? James TULLY = Mary|
| Grocer & Draper of Stanwell & Staines|- Elizabeth TULLY|- Edmund ASHBY
|| b c1808     d 1885 aged 76|
|| =1 - - TAYLOR| Headmaster of Sidcot School 1873 - 1902
|       John ASHBY   - Miller - - - - - - - - - -| =2 Aaron ASHBY  ( When Elsie Hilda BRISON was there )
|
|- William GRAY
| b 3 Aug 1773 Ball Alley, Lombard Street
| Tin Plate Worker
| d 8 Feb 1844     unmarried
| bu 12 Feb Fulford Friends' Ground (nr York)
|
|- John GRAY
| b 9 Oct 1775 Hanwell, New Brentford
| Pewterer (Journeyman)
| unmarried
| d 2 Dec 1838 Whitechapel [or 1st ACG]
| bur 9 Dec Friends' Ground, Whitechapel
|
||- Joseph APPLETON|- Emma Rankin APPLETON
|| b 10 Jun 1802 Harmondsworth| b 1826 Epping
|| App to George GRAY of Brentford|
|| Brazier and Zinc worker at Epping|
|| m|
|| = Mary RANKIN ?|
||
|||- Lucy APPLETON
||| b 1832|- John
||| Matron at Ackworth School
||| d 1887 Scarborough aged 55
||| m
||- John APPLETON| = William Henry SALTER
|| b 10 Jun 1803 Harmondsworth| of Westleton, Suffolk
|| Stationer at Staines| d 1869
|| Corndealer of Tottenham|
|| m1 30 Mar 1831 Brentford|- William APPLETON
|| =1 Sophia BROWN| b 1834 Staines
|||
|||- Elizabeth APPLETON
||| d 1864 Leiston, Suffolk aged 26
||| m
||| = J. J. NEAVE
||| of Leiston, Suffolk
|||
|- Sarah GRAY||- Henry APPLETON
| b 2 Oct 1776 Hanwell, New Brentford|| Corndealer
| d 24 May 1840 Tottenham|| 1881 in Scarborough
| m 27 Aug 1801 Isleworth & Brentford Meeting|| m
|                 || = Mary
| = Jonathan APPLETON| m2| d 1881 Scarborough aged 36
| b 23 Oct 1776 Harmondsworth| = Harriet - -
| occ farmer & Market Gardener| d 1876 Stoke Newington, widow aged 71
| went to Harlow, Essex between |
| 1804 and 1808.   At Stepney|- William APPLETON
| Causeway 1828, later Tottenham| b 2 Jul 1804 Harmondsworth
|     by 1831.     [Epping?]| Tallow Chandler of Ipswich
| d 14 Mar 1855 Tottenham,| d 1832 Tottenham
|       aged 78, gardener|
||- Robert APPLETON
|| b 14 Sep 1808
|| d 1809 at Harlow, Essex
||
|||- Robert APPLETON
||| occ Baker North Road, Highgate
|||
||- Robert APPLETON|- Emily APPLETON
|| b 23 Apr 1810 Shonks Farm, | died young ??
|| Hastingwood, Harlow, Essex|
|| occ Baker, Tottenham|- William APPLETON
|| m| occ Baker, The Hale, Tottenham
|| = - - - ??|
|||- Mary Ann APPLETON
||| at Tottenham - unmarried
||
||
||- Mary APPLETON|-
|| b 1814|
|| m|
|| = Mr BOCOCK, BOWCOCK|- three children
|    or COLCOCK of Tottenham|
|  d 1854 of ship fever 3 days after|
|  landing at Philadelphia|-
|
|- Joseph GRAY
| b 19 Nov 1780 Hanwell, New Brentford
| d 4 June 1784
| bu 6 Jun Hammersmith|- Joseph Watkins GRAY
|| b 9 Dec 1833 nr Vauxhall Bridge Rd
|Many of the details here came from| Ackworth School 1843 - 1847
|Quaker records| living in Torquay 1882
|Some from W Thomas Gray [WTG]| m
|[whoever that was !!]| = Arabella Mary FFOLLIOTT [WTG]
||
||- Thomas GRAY|-Caroline Elizabeth GRAY
|| b 19 Nov 1806 St. James, W'minster| b 19 Feb 1837 Vauxhall Bridge Rd.
|| Ackworth Friends' School 1818 - 20| Croydon Friends' School 1846 - 1850
|| Ironmonger of Wandsworth, Surrey| d 13 Sep 1893 Croydon, unmarried
|| d 4 Oct 1853 bur 9th Wandsworth|
|| m 16 Aug 1832 Brentford Meeting|- Thomas GRAY> ?
|| = Mary WATKINS| b c1840
|| daughter of John & Mary WATKINS| d 17 Feb 1879 Croydon, bur. St Peters
||     of Maidford, Northants.| m
||| = Matilda STÜCK
||| dtr of John & Emma STÜCK
||| of 160 Queen's Road, Bayswater
|||
|||- Mary Payne GRAY
||  b c May 1841
||  d 7 Jan 1843 aged 20m bur Wandsworth
||
||- John GRAY
|| b 16 Oct 1808 St Pancras parish
|| Ackworth Friends' School 1818 - 1822
|| app. to Thomas SMITH Abbey St.,
|| Southwark     a tanner [WTG]
|| d 3 Dec 1824 (wet - caught chill WTG)
||     at Little St. John Street, Southwark
|| bur Long Lane Friends' Ground
||
|||- Anna SCARNELL
||| b 10 Apr 1842 Earlham
||| occ Nurse
||| c81 19 Highfield Rd, Edgbaston
||| Companion to Rebecca HUTCHINSON
||| unmarried, aged 72
||| d c1932 Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall
|||
|||- Mary (Polly) SCARNELL> 550
||| b 15 Oct 1843 Earlham, Norfolk
||| Croydon Friends' School 1852 - 1854
||| in Dublin 1882
||| d 26 Mar 1916 aged 72
||| m 12 Oct 1869 Gt. Yarmouth
|||   his second wife
||| = Edward HURSE
||| b 1830-1
||| lived in Dublin
||| d 7 Mar 1903 aged 72
|||
|||- John Judd SCARNELL
||| b 16 May 1844 Earlham, Norfolk
||| Ackworth Friends' School
||| d 8 Sep 1858 Wickham Skeith, Suffolk
|||         or near Diss, Norfolk ??
||- Anna GRAY|
|| family nickname "Neat Anna Gray"|- Sarah Alice SCARNELL
||   [ by whom or why, I am not sure]| b 24 Feb 1847 Earlham, Norfolk
|| b 15 Jan 1811 Hanwell, New Brentford| Ackworth Friends' School
|| c81 Annuitant, Wife| d 2 Apr 1922 Imber, Wilts
|| d 4 May 1903 12 Cleveland Rd| Imber Vicarage, Warminster
||       Kirkley, Suffolk| son Edgar's home 1917-23
|| m 2 Jun 1841 Brentford Meeting House,| m 7 May 1874
||                   Middlesex| = William Edward Arthur GLANFIELD> 551
|| = John SCARNELL| b 19 Jan 1846 Gt Yarmouth  
|| bp 3 Sep 1799 Earlham| lived at Great Yarmouth
|| occ Farmer   Earlham| d 9 Sep 1923 St Martin, London aged 77
|| 1824 Overseer of the Poor|
|| c81 Annuitant 1 Herbert Ter, |- Elizabeth SCARNELL> 50
||       South Market Rd, Gt Yarmouth| b 1 Oct 1848 Earlham, Norfolk
|| d 30 Oct 1881 Herbert Ter.| Ackworth Friends' School
||| d 1 Feb 1926 Bristol
||| m 19 Jun 1877 Gt. Yarmouth
||| = Alfred BRISON
||| b 4 Nov 1847
||| occ Brush Manufacturer
||| d 12 Jul 1922 Bristol
||| c81 122 Gloucester Rd, Bristol
||| Brush & Bellows maker
||| employing 45 men 30 women 15 boys
|||
|||- Henry SCARNELL
||| b 12 Aug 1850 Earlham, Norfolk
||| d 9 Jan 1874
|||
|||- Emma (Temmie) SCARNELL
||  b 20 Apr 1853 Earlham, Norfolk
||  c81 unmarried, Matron
||  Orphans Home (Girls), Leominster, Herefs.
||  d 1913
||  m1
||  =1 George WOODWARD
||  m2
||  =2 Walter WILMOT> ?
||
||
||- George GRAY |- Mary Ann GRAY
|- George GRAY | b 25 Jan 1813 Hanwell, New Brentford| born & died 1839 on voyage
| b 19 Dec 1782 Hanwell, New Brentford| Ackworth Friends' School 1823-27|
| Apprenticed to his father| occ Ironmonger|- Ellen Lucy GRAY
| Tin Plate Master| family emigrated to S. Australia 1839| b Australia
| d 14 Sep 1865| a member of the local State Parliament|
| bu  Friends' Ground, Isleworth ?| d 20 Jul 1873|
| m 1 Jan 1806 Uxbridge Meeting| m|- Olivia Mary GRAY
| = Mary APPLETON| = Miriam [or Mary Ann?] MARRIAGE| b Australia
| b 19 Jul 1780 Harmsworth|   of Epping,   died 29 Dec 1887
| Ackworth Friends' School 1792-95|
| d 19 Jun 1855||- Mary TUTTY
| bu 24 Jun Friends' Ground, Isleworth|| b 5 Sep 1846 Reading
||| m
||| = George FRYER
|||
|||- Lydia TUTTY> 584
||| m 13 Nov 1872
||| = Edward FOWLER
|||
|||- John Henry TUTTY
||| m 5 Jun 1878
|| | = Betsey REYNOLDS
|||
||- Mary GRAY |- Anna TUTTY> 585
|| b 1 Apr 1815 Hanwell, New Brentford| b c1851 Reading, Berks
|| Croydon Friends' School 1826-29| m 1880
|| d 13 Dec 1876 Colchester| = Joseph Henry AWMACK
|| bur Friends' ground, Colchester| b c1850 Wakefield, Yorks
|| m 5 Nov 1848 Brentford| c81 8 New Briggate, Leeds, Yorks
|| = Henry TUTTY| Glass & China Mercht.
|| son of John & Lydia TUTTY, Reading| (Employing 1 Girl & 3 Boys)
|| b 29 Sep 1802|
|| Grocer of Reading|- Jane TUTTY
|| d 14 Oct 1862 from accident| d 26 Dec 1855 Reading aged 2
|| bur Friends' ground Reading|
|||- Thomas TUTTY
||| m 9 Mar 1881
||| c81
||| m
||| = Lucy PUDNEY
|||
|||- Alfred TUTTY
||| m 1880
||| = Helen Eliza Brooking
|||
|||- Frederick TUTTY
||
||- Joseph GRAY
|| b 23 Nov 1816 Hanwell, New Brentford
|| Ackworth Friends' School 1826-27
|| d 21 Mar 1827 Ackworth School, Yorks.
||
|||- George Frederick GRAY
||| b Mar Q? 1845 St.George Han.Sqr.? Middx.
||| d 21 Feb 1849 Houndslow aged 4 (NM)
|||
|||- James GRAY
||- William Frederick GRAY| Mar Q 1847 Chertsey, Surrey
|| b 11 Nov 1819 Hanwell, New Brentford|
|| Croydon Friends' School 1828-33|- Anna GRAY
|| Ironmonger of Hounslow| b Dec Q 1848 Brentford, Middx
|| c51 High Street Hounslow, Heston|
|| m1 Mar Q 1842 Marylebone, Middx.|- Susan GRAY
|| = Sarah Ann SQUIRE| b Mar Q 1851 Brentford, Middx
|| b 1812? Dover, Kent| d 12 Feb 1853 Houndslow aged 2 (NM)
|| emigrated to Australia with wife and|
|| 3 or 4 children in 1855 according to W T Gray.|- Frederick GRAY
|| In Australia 1882   (Croydon Friends' List)¦
|| joined Church¦
||¦
|| m2 where ??|- Kate Edith GRAY
|| =2 Martha SHARMAN|
|| of Stowlangtoft, Suffolk|
||
||
||- Samuel GRAY|- Sarah Elizabeth GRAY
|| b 20 Aug 1821 Wellington Street| b 15 Sep 1853
||       Hanwell, New Brentford| d 6 May 1855 of Christchurch, Midx.
|| Croydon Friends' School 1830-36| bur Wellingborough, (Friends)
|| Apprentice Bookbinder|
|| Oilman and Colourman, Deptford|- John Henry GRAY
|| Accountant Dev. House | b 1854
||                Friends' Monthly Meeting| Croydon Friends' School 1863-66
|| d 9 Jun 1873 3 Whitemore Cottages| of Croydon 1882 (Croydon Friends' List)
||                         West Hackney|
|| bur Stoke Newington Friends' ground|- another child? not found in register
|| m1 19 Aug 1852 Wellingborough¦
|     William & Elizabeth PAYNE . . . . . . . . . . .| = Sarah PAYNE¦
|     of Wellingborough| b   c1828¦
|| d 18 Feb 1857 aged 28|- Sarah Sophia GRAY
||  24 Rushton Street, New North Road | b 15 Jan 1859 West Hackney
|| bur Stoke Newington Friends' ground| Croydon Friends' School 1869-74
||| c81 Head Nurse of Hospital (SEN)
||| North Eastern Hospital, Goldsmith Row
||| of London 1882 (Croydon Friends' List)
|||
|||- George Arthur GRAY
||| b 9 Apr 1860 West Hackney
||| Croydon Friends' School 1869-75
||| d 25 Jun 1875 Croydon Friends' School
||| bur Croydon Cemetary (Friends?)
|||
|||- Emily GRAY
|| m2 | b 2 Dec 1861 West Hackney
|| =2 Sarah BELSHAM or BELCHAM|
|||- Alice Mary GRAY
|| said by WTG to have been a friend| b 10 Jan 1864 West Hackney
|| of first wife - from Croydon| Croydon Friends' School 1874-79
||| of London 1882 (Croydon Friends' List)
|||
|||- Ann(a) Jane GRAY
||| b 31 May 1666 West Hackney
||| Croydon Friends' School 1876-
||| of London 1882 (Croydon Friends' List)
|||
|||- Walter GRAY
||| b 23 Apr 1868 West Hackney
||| Croydon Friends' School 1878-
||
||
|||- George Louis SHÜLTZ
||| d 1870 seige of Paris
|||
|||- John Frederick SHÜLTZ
||| d by accident on a ship !
|||
||- Sarah GRAY|- Sarah Amelia SHÜLTZ
|| b 2 Apr 1824 Brentford|
|| m|- Alfred Thomas SHÜLTZ
|| = John SHÜLTZ|
|||- Augusta Louisa SHÜLTZ
|| [ for details of births see WTG notes| m
||    wherever they are !! ]| = Mr EARL
||| hozier of Earls Court
|||
|||- Albert Ferdinand SHÜLTZ
|||
|||- Arthur Edmund SHÜLTZ
||
||- Elizabeth GRAY
|  b 22 Apr 1826 Hanwell, New Brentford
|  lived at Mansfield Notts
|  unmarried
|
|- Joseph GRAY
| b 25 Jun 1784 Hanwell, New Brentford
| Taylor of Sevenoaks, Kent
| d 4 June 1784no issue
| m     married out and left Friends
| = - - - T
|
|- Thomas GRAY
| b 14 Sep 1786 Hanwell, New Brentford
| Ackworth Friends' School 1799-1800
| App to William Luxford at Brentford
|         of Bishopsgate Street, Without
| d 17 Mar 1805
| bu 24 Mar Friends' Ground, Isleworth,
|                             Brentford
|
|- Patience GRAY
  b 24 Sep 1788 Hanwell, New Brentford
  d 10 Jul 1794
  bu 13 Jul Brentford & Isleworth, Friends'
 
 
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< 579                                         Descendants of Edward FOWLER and Lydia TUTTY     m 13 Nov 1872 m 1869? Dublin? 584
 
Generation         432
 
|- John FOWLER
| b 18 Sep 1873
| of Wolverhampton
| d 25 Oct 1955
|
|- Henry Tutty FOWLER|- Margaret FOWLER
| b 8 Dec 1874| b 1904
| m | unmarried
| = Margaret| d 1987
|
|- Emily Lydia FOWLER
| b 21 May 1876
|
|- Robert Edward FOWLER
| b 5 Nov 1877
|
|- Alice Mary FOWLER
| b 11 Sep 1879
|
|- Dora Louisa FOWLER
| b 7 Mar 1881
|
|- Edith FOWLER
| b 22 Feb 1883
|
|- Bertha FOWLER
| b 25 Apr 1885
|
|- Arthur FOWLER
| b 30 Oct 1889
| d 1890
|
|- Ethel Tutty FOWLER ?
| b Apr 1892
 
 
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< 579 Descendants of Joseph Henry AWMACK and Anna TUTTY     m 1880585
 
Generation         432
 
|- a girl ?
| b
|
|- Mabel AWMACK
| b 12 Jul 1883
|
|- Wilfred AWMACK
| b 10 Aug 1884
|
|- Ernest AWMACK
| b 7 Aug 1886
 
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< 579 Descendants of xx GRAY     586
 
Generation         765
 
His parents may have been William Frederick Gray|- Frederick Simmons GRAY> 586b
  and Sarah Ann Squire   < above| b Dec Q 1854 St. Pancras, Middx., London
| ed Ackworth Friends' School, Yorks.
| Quaker
| emigrated to New Zealand?
| res 76 High Street, Hobart North
| res c1914 moved to 'Grasmere', North Bruny
|       Island, Tasmania, Australia
| m
| = Bethia PUDNEY
| b Jun Q 1864 Peartree Hall, Earls Colne, Essex
| Quaker [after she emigrated?]
|
|   father ~ Robert Bridge Pudney - farmer
| b c1820 E. Colne   d Dec Q 1904 E. Colne, 85
|  mother ~ Elizabeth Pudney b c1820 Great Tey
| m DecQ 1852 E.Colne d DecQ 1905 E.Colne, 86
| Bethia said to be daughter of Oliver Johnson
|       of the Hayhouse, Earls Colne, Essex
|       said to be descended from Ben Johnson
|       governor of Portsmouth in the reign of Charles
|       2nd   [I can find no evidence for this]
 
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< 586 Descendants of Frederick Simmons GRAY and Bethia PUDNEY     586b
 
Generation         432
 
|- Henry GRAY
| b
| ed Friends' School, Hobart, Tasmania, Aus.
|
|- Oberlin Herbert GRAY
| b Oct 1890 Bushy Park, Tasmania
| ed Friends' School, Hobart, Tasmania, Aus.
| occ 1914 farmer
| 30 Dec 1914 enlisted in 1st Australian Imperial
|       Force   to Army Medical Corps   #2552
|       stretcher bearer at Gallipoli
|       1915 invalided home
| d 24 Aug 1918, France - shell wounds
|
|- Arthur GRAY
| b
| ed Friends' School, Hobart, Tasmania, Aus.
| after WW1 farmed with brother Frederick
| d 1950
|
|- Frederick Oliver GRAY|- Ann Elizabeth GRAY
| b Jul 1895 Colyton, New Zealand| b
| ed Friends' School, Hobart, Tasmania, Aus.| Ed Friends' School, Hobart, Tasmania
| occ book-keeping, a year, then farming|
| res c1914 moved to 'Grasmere', North Bruny|
|       Island, Tasmania, Australia|
| 23 May 1916 enlisted in 1st Australian Imperial|- Mary Elwin GRAY
|       Force   to Army Medical Corps  #14820| b
| Jul 1917 awarded Medaille Militaire| Ed Friends' School, Hobart, Tasmania
| 4 Jan 1919 discharged from army|
| Quaker - Hobart Regional Meeting|
| farmed with brother Arthur as Gray Bros.|
| at 'Grasmere' |- Barbara Louisa GRAY
|| b
| d 26 Apr 1994 Franklin| Ed Friends' School, Hobart, Tasmania
| m 1921|
| = Gladys HUNTER|
| b
| Quaker - Hobart Regional Meeting
| d before 1994
| parents ~
|       Joseph Hunter
|       Sarah Pybus
|- Thomas GRAY
| b
| ed Friends' School, Hobart, Tasmania, Aus.
| 23 May 1916 enlisted to Army Medical Corps
| d 19 Jun 1916 Claremont Camp - Meningitis
 
 
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