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Wade Hicks (#46881577)
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Wade Hicks and the Halsey's on findagrave are relatives. Great Grandfather was John Trigg Halsey.
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Gloria Jennings Lowrey
RE: Lowrey
Hi Wade,
Yes, I would say that you definitely have some tangled branches in your family tree! If you see any mistakes on any of my Lowrey memorials, I would really appreciate it if you would let me know. I try very hard to be accurate.
Added by Gloria Jennings Lowrey on Feb 17, 2014 3:31 PM
Robert Wray
You say Andrew is his father.
I think his parents may be Robert and Mary Wray who are buried at Haw River Presbyterian Cemetery in Reidsville, Rockingham County, N.C.
This Robert died in 1830 and Mary died in 1835.
They both have tombstones.
What do you think?
Added by deegraver on Feb 10, 2014 2:20 AM
RE: The Wray Family
thank you.
see if i have it right now.
Who was the Robert Wray that had land in Rockingham County, N.C. see below:
ames Martin had land in 1784 between Robert Wray and John Hodge near Troublesome Creek in Rockingham County, N.C.
On Feb 12, 1781, Tarleton, a British officer, camped on Ironworks Rd. just south of the Martins' and Wrays' properties
That is why I thought this Robert Wray was Robert Wray's father.
Added by deegraver on Feb 10, 2014 2:03 AM
RE: Nancy J. Wray
thank you.
i hope i have all the info added correctly.
Added by deegraver on Feb 09, 2014 12:47 AM
RE: Nancy J. Wray
Thank you !
Do you know who was Robert Wray's 1st wife?
Added by deegraver on Feb 08, 2014 10:19 AM
RE: Keesee
I like getting all the info on them too. Even if they aren't my relatives! Do you know what her maiden name was?

Added by Emily on Sep 05, 2013 6:14 PM
RE:Johnson, William
Thank you for the additional information. DR
Added by DR on Mar 25, 2013 2:17 PM
RE: Elizabeth Ann Cunningham
Thanks but i did`t do picture of the tombstones, someone else did, but thanks for the information. Vickie
Added by Vickie on Sep 10, 2012 5:12 AM
RE: Esign Daniel Davidson

My mother was a Davidson (1927-1999) and our ancestor Daniel was the 10th and last child of Samuel and Elizabeth Callahan. From what I know Silas and Samuel were half brothers. I see Samuel listed on the 1840 census in KY, but do not know when he first went further west. He may have ventured out and came back several times before moving permanently. I appreciate your interest.
Added by Doc on Sep 03, 2012 11:27 AM
Marie Walker
RE: Walker Family of North Carolina
I know how that goes. My mom was a Hull from Walkertown but they originally moved from Guilford County. I was raised as a Baptist but when I started looking for family I have found most of them buried in Methodist church cemeteries. My mom's parents and grandparents are buried at Love's and her great grandparents are buried in Piney Grove Methodist Church cemetery along with some other Hulls that May or may not be related. But sure is interesting to look.
Added by Marie Walker on Sep 03, 2012 6:01 AM
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