The GRAY and GREY families

This blog is looking at GRAY and GREY families around the world. There are two aspects to this – the main one is looking at individual families and their history. This has started with mine which I’ve traced back to East Cottingwith – a small village a few miles to the south east of York in the county of Yorkshire in England. There is another area of investigation – a One-Name Study – but the main thrust of this blog is Family History.

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    • Hi – is this the gentleman who died in / around Reading and Wokingham (England) in 1987? [Born 7th May 1918 in London, and whose parents were (I think) Robert W Gray & Annie Sutherland who married in London in 1914.] No promises – but I’ll see if I can help.

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  2. I am reseaching Thomas Gray, circa 1760 in the US.
    Evidence that he ended up in Putnam, Georgia; following the Civil War.
    Wife’s name was Elizabeth.
    I cannot find any evidence of who his parent’s were.
    Some suggest Capt. John Gray. Although the war displaced many, I cannot find a trace of evidence to suggest that this is true. Anyone?

  3. Hello, I’m trying to trace my grey family but I’ve hit a brick wall in Jamaica around late 1800 to early 1900s.

    • Hi – have you traced them in the 1910/11 census? If so – if you e-mail me the reference I will see if I can help. I have a friend who has experience in delving into Jamaica families. []

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