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John Murray 1827

John Anderson Murray was born in August 1827. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember John Murray.
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    grandson of Elijah Murray (Elijah b. 1777 in NC)
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John Anderson Murray Famiky
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THis is the Family of John Anderson Murray and Melissa Alvord Murray. I am the GG Grandson of his brother Archibald WIlliam Murray and am looking to connect woith someone from JOhn's family.

I believe they weere in Plattebille, Wis.
Date & Place: in USA
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John Murray, 1890 Wisconson
John Murray, 1890 Wisconson
A portrait of John Murray taken at the P. J. Schadde and Son studio, Baraboo Wisconsin, in 1890.
John Murray lived at Seven Mile Creek when he first moved to Wisconsin {about 1855-6} then later he moved to Baraboo where from 1860 to 1891 he had a feed store. In 1891 him and his wife Ann moved to Chicago to be closer to his daughter Mary Ann Shrive.
Date & Place: at P. J. Schadde and Son in Baraboo, Sauk County, Wisconsin USA
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John Murray family, 1872 Wisconsin
John Murray family, 1872 Wisconsin
John Murray, his daughter Mary Ann and his wife Ann taken about 1872 in Barabo Wisconsin.
People in photo include: Ann Murray
Date & Place: at portrait studio in Barabo, Sauk County, Wisconsin USA
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John Anderson Murray Family 1908
John Anderson Murray Family 1908
Te family of John Anderson Murray - Borhter to my GG GRANDFATHER Archibald William (AW) Murray.
People in photo include: Gertrude Murray Bostwick and CArrie Hazel Murray Abbott
Date & Place: in USA
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John Murray
John Murray
John Murray, son of Timothy and Catherine (Finger) Murray. John was born in August 1827 in Lawrence County, Indiana, married March 22, 1849 Caroline Matilda Miller, and died May 14, 1919 in Lawrence County, Indiana. He is buried in Freedom Cemetery in Lawrence County, Indiana. One sibling was Elijah Murray.
Date & Place: in Lawrence County, Indiana
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I'm hunting for Elijah Murray who might have been in OH in 1847-1857 and Iowa in 1857. He is named on my abstract for my house along with Peter Kroft and his children, Rachael Kroft, Hiram Kroft and Harriet Kroft.
Well, my Elijah married Elizabeth Brown in 1844 in both Baltimore and D.C. Must have been quite a bachelor party!
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