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John Fray/Frey of Ontario, b. 1832, s/o Jacob & Elizabeth Frey
Posted by: Susan Williams (ID *****1895) Date: January 30, 2003 at 07:35:49
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I'm hoping someone might have a connection to my elusive ancestor John Frey. The data I have to date is as follows:

John Frey
b. @ 1832 in Germany to parents Jacob & Elizabeth Frey
m. 15 Sept 1860 Fisherville (Vaughan), York Co., Ontario
d. ???
+ Mary Ann Ring/Wren (phonetic issue with surname!)
b. @1838 in Ireland to parents Thomas & Mary Ring/Wren

children
1. Elizabeth Fray, b. @ 1860 in York Co., Ontario; m. 10 July 1876 to Henry Butler; d.??
2. Mary Fray, b. @ 1862 in York Co., Ontario; m. 17 Nov 1885 to William Davidson; d. ??
3. Margaret Fray, b. @ 1863 in York Co., Ontario
4. John Thomas Fray, b. 30 Jan 1866 in Vaughan, York Co., ON; m. Agnes Combe Watt 22 April 1891 in Toronto, Ontario; d. 1932 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The ancestor I'm focused on is John Thomas, child #4 listed above. He was my father's grandfather. I'm trying to move further back, yet am unable for I can't find a death registration or burial or any other info for his father John.

Is this family connected to anyone? Thank you!


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