About MeI'm Suzanne Hopper Gray, formerly of Kansas City, Missouri and now living in North Carolina. I'm married to Todd and we have two sons. I'm pretty new to genealogy and want to share the info I have with any relatives who are interested. I'll also be sharing what I learn along the way about conducting and documenting genealogy research. Thanks for stopping by! Click "like" below to follow the blog on Facebook.
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Tag Archives: Lula Gray Bowersox
Here is a transcription of the obituary for Alexander Gray, date and newspaper unknown. (His mother’s name was Judah Arena, not Irene.) ALEXANDER GRAY Our community was saddened to hear of the passing of Alex Gray at his home in … Continue reading
Postmarked: 16 March 1917 from Kansas City MO Addressed to: Mrs. Alex Gray (Lula’s mother), Craig, Mo. Kansas City, MO 3-16-17 Dear folks: Got the box all OK and I am feeling real well don’t know when I can come … Continue reading
I don’t know who the card was sent to, but it was likely either Alexander Gray (1856-1940) or his daughter Lula Gray (1881-1973) because I believe they were both patients there. Dr. A. J. Maris sent the family a postcard … Continue reading
Postmarked: February 9, 1916, Kansas City MO Addressed to: Mrs. Rose Gray, Craig, MO Kansas City, Mo. Feb. 9, 1916 Dear Sister: Just got your letter & will write to tell you to bring Pa’s over-coat also his razor & shaving … Continue reading