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Alexander Gray (1856-1940) – His Obituary

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

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Alexander Gray (1856-1940) & Rose Althea Browning (1854-1938)

Alex & Rose are Todd’s great great grandparents, the parents of his great grandfather Franklin Edgar Gray. Alexander Gray was born on June 24, 1856 in Buchanan County, Missouri. His parents are Franklin William Gray & Judah Arena Parrish. I wrote … Continue reading

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Franklin Edgar Gray (1878-1971) & Maude Amy Davis (1877-1972)

Edgar & Maude are Todd’s great grandparents, the parents of his grandfather Ralph Richard Gray. (Photo: This photo was taken on Edgar & Maude’s 50th Wedding Anniversary in 1950. Back row, left to right: Ralph Richard, Carl Lee, Donald Davis, Dean Alexander, Harold … Continue reading

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Postcard – “Greetings & Best Wishes”

Postmarked: 23 December [year unknown], Falls City, Nebraska Addressed to: Mr and Mrs Alex Gray & family, Craig, MO Greetings & Best Wishes Mr & Mrs J. M. DeWald Faye and Junior James Monroe DeWald (1852-1929) and his wife Louisa Jane … Continue reading

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Postcard – “Merry Xmas from Sam & Leah”

Postmarked: 23 December [year unknown], Reserve Kansas Addressed to: Mr & Mrs Alex Gray, Craig Mo Merry Xmas from Sam & Leah Samuel B. Stewart (1875-1937) and his wife Leah DeWald Stewart (1881-1968) are writing to Alexander Gray (1856-1940) and his wife Rose … Continue reading

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Postcard – “Merry Xmas” 1914

Postmarked: 23 December 1914, Reserve Kansas Addressed to: Mr & Mrs. Alex Gray, Craig Mo Merry Xmas & Happy New Year Sam & Leah Samuel B. Stewart (1875-1937) and his wife Leah DeWald Stewart (1881-1968) are writing to Alexander Gray (1856-1940) and … Continue reading

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Postcard – “Wishing you all a Merry Xmas” 1916

Postmarked: 22 December 1916, Reserve Kansas Addressed to: Mr Alex Gray, Craig Mo Wishing you all a Merry Xmas Sam & Leah Samuel B. Stewart (1875-1937) and his wife Leah DeWald Stewart (1881-1968) are writing to Alexander Gray (1856-1940), his wife Rose Althea Browning … Continue reading

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Postcard – “Hope this will find you all improving”

Postmarked: 22 April 1918 Danbury Iowa Addressed to: Mrs. Alex Gray, Craig MO Dear Mrs Gray, Hope this will find you all improving. All well here. Will try and write you soon. Mrs. Watkins I don’t know who Mrs. Watkins … Continue reading

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Postcard – “we are enjoying fine winter” 1914

Postmarked: Dec 22 1914 Beatrice Nebraska Addressed to: Mrs. Gray, Craig MO My dear Mrs. Gray: We are enjoying fine winter with the best of health. Wishing you a Merry Xmas and a glad and prosperous New Year. I am … Continue reading

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Postcard – Happy Birthday

Postmarked: not mailed Addressed to: Mrs. Alex Gray, City Dear friend i wish you a happy Birthday. Mrs. Wm Dege Mary Anna Margaretha Evers Dege (1859-1942) was married to August Wilhelm Dege and lived in Craig, Missouri.

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