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Re: brighton, england dray's
Posted by: Anne Dray Date: August 12, 2001 at 08:51:47
In Reply to: brighton, england dray's by Paul Anthony Dray of 237

Hi Paul, I think you are related to my husband, Stephen Paul Dray, Born Brighton 1951. Steve's grandfather was a Albert James Lawrence Dray. According to my data base Albert James Lawrence had a brother Harry Dray (born c. 1904) who married a Rose! The names for the children which I have are Kenneth and Melvin but that just comes from my mother in law's memory. The father of Albert and Harry was Albert Edward Dray (1883-1932). He married (1902)Agnes Hall (1882-1949). The first of the family to settle in Brighton was Isaiah Dray. He was an engine driver and his son George Dray (the father of Albert Edward Dray) was a cabman. I have lots of information on all of these (and others) if this is your family and you are interested.
All best wishes,
Anne Dray


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