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Re: Grey/Smith/Walkup - In Reply to: Gray Family Line 1748-current by Cynthia Gray
Posted by: Debra Woods (ID *****6267) Date: November 09, 2010 at 20:37:27
In Reply to: Re: Grey/Smith/Walkup - In Reply to: Gray Family Line 1748-current by Cynthia Gray by Doug Corbin of 18908

Doug,

I am starting to wonder if the 1870 Census with John Gray and Lilley, children Juliana and Ardonia is even the correct John Gray because the daughter Martha who is on the 1880 census with Elizabeth and Adolphus is not on that 1870 census. I would think she would be. Yes, she was born in Aug, but still looking at that census again, how could Lilley be her mother and if Sarah is her mother then she would be on the 1870 census. I really don't think this 1870 Census is them.

Any thoughts on that?

Debbie


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