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William J. Wray grave

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William J. Wray
Birth:     1870
Death:     1940

William J Wray was born in Pennsylvania and was the the son of William and Eliza (Chittick) Wray, both of whom were born in Northern Ireland. He married Mary Nixon 12 September 1894 in Montgomery County, and made his home in Spring Mill Village on the eastern edge of Conshohocken. He worked as an engineer.

William Wray was born 13 May 1895 in Spring Mill, situated on the eastern edge of Conshohocken, in Whitemarsh Township, Montgomery County, PA. He died 17 Dec 1972.

He was a veteran of World War I, and served in the US Navy from 6/11/1917 to 6/13/1921 as a Machinist's Mate, First Class.

Family links:
Parents:
  William Wray (1847 - 1939)
  Eliza Chittick Wray (1842 - 1905)

Spouse:
  Mary Nixon Wray (1872 - 1940)*

Children:
  William Wray (1895 - 1972)*
  Rebecca B Wray Lawson (1897 - 1984)*

Siblings:
  William J Wray (1870 - 1940)
  Annie C. Wray (1873 - 1889)*
  George Wray (1875 - 1876)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Saint Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church Cemetery
Lafayette Hill
Montgomery County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section A, Row 10, Grave 5

Created by: ellenflower
Record added: Mar 04, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18161877


Mary Nixon
Birth:     1872
Death:     1940

The daughter of Charles and Rebecca (Blackburn) Nixon, Mary grew up in Conshohocken and married William J Wray on the 12th of September in 1894 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Family links:
Spouse:
  William J Wray (1870 - 1940)

Children:
  William Wray (1895 - 1972)*
  Rebecca B Wray Lawson (1897 - 1984)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Saint Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church Cemetery
Lafayette Hill
Montgomery County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section A, Row 10, Grave 5

Created by: ellenflower
Record added: Mar 04, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18161878
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