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Re: Gray, Brown(e) and Gill Families
Posted by: diann montague (ID *****5549) Date: March 14, 2011 at 11:38:15
In Reply to: Re: Gray, Brown(e) and Gill Families by Janelle Gaughan of 1783

Hi, Janelle. The Essex-Culpeper connection IS interesting. For what it's worth, my father always said the family migrated from the Tidewater to the Culpeper County area. Of course that could mean Fauquier, too. How is the Wm. Gray in Monongalia County related to our bunch? I'm sure you've found the Jesse Gray who was mustered for the 1812 defense in Stafford County. That sounds like a very mixed group of people from various areas of VA, though. I haven't seen a Jesse Gray in Richmond County. Is he on the tax lists or census?

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