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Murray of Fox Harbour, PBay, NL
Posted by: Carolyn Murray (ID *****8647) Date: April 04, 2005 at 09:42:58
In Reply to: Keating- Murray by Agathe Robinson of 1169

My grandfather was:

John Francis MURRAY – my grandfather
Birth:       Jul 1861, Fox Harbour, NF
Death:       8 Apr 1926, Fox Harbour, NF
Occ:       Fisherman
Reli:       Catholic
Spouse:       Anastasia Stash TUCKER
Birth:       Aug 1871, Brigus, CBS, NF
Death:       4 Feb 1949, New Bedford, MA
Father:       John Rhoderick TUCKER (1852-1926)
Mother:       Katherine HAWCO (1857-1926)
Marr:       1891, Brigus, BC

Possible great grandfather..

John MURRAY
Birth:       1832, Fox Harbour, NF
Death:       1904, Fox Harbour, NF
Death:       3 Jan 1904, Fox Harbour, NF
He may have married a Healey as Murray’s settled on land formerly belonging to Healey’s. Murray’s arrived in FHarbour about 1845-57. As Placentia and other bays filled, people moved on, i.e. FHarbour. There is an earlier John and William listed in FHarbour but nothing is known about them. There were early Murrays in 1840s on Merasheen Island. VStatistics reel 31, sec. 1
Spouse:       Mary
Birth:       1831
Death:       1901, Fox Harbour, NF
Children:       John

Further Back....
John MURRAY
Birth:       1800, County Clare, West Coast Ireland, Prov. Of Munster?
g. John Murray, b. 1861
gg. William, b. 1830
ggg. John b. circa 1800s
Ireland map - O’Murray in So. Roscommon
Children:       John (1832-1904)
       William (1830-1890)



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