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Trying to find Gray
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|Jemma||Report||11 Dec 2005 13:30|
Hi, have been researching my family history and have been led to Scotland where Penuel Gray was born in 1790, Fordoun, Kincardine, Scotland Have been unable to find out her mothers name which is what I am seeking, but her fathers name was James Gray and he also had: William Gray, 1781 (later wed and had 7 children, born in Dundee, Angus, Scotland) Hugh Gray, 1785 Isobel Gray, 1788 Penula Gray wed Robert Pattie in 1813, Dundee. They had 6 children, Jean Pattie was born in 1813 and went on to marry John Gardiner. Any info on the family would be great and thanks for taking the time to read this posting