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  • Ada Parthenia Felker (1877 - 1959)
    Ada Parthenia Wray Felker BIRTH 20 Mar 1877 DEATH 16 Nov 1959 (aged 82) BURIAL Minor Hill Cemetery Minor Hill, Giles County, Tennessee, USA Show Map MEMORIAL ID 31630450 · View Source MEMORIAL PHOTOS 4...
  • Albinia Wray (1603 - 1659)
    CecilMarriage: Sir Cristopher Wray * Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : May 6 2018, 15:23:35 UTC * Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : May 6 2018, 15:25:50 UTC
  • Albinia Betenson (1641 - 1703)
    Updated from MyHeritage Match via daughter Albinia Selwyn (born Bettinson) by SmartCopy : Oct 5 2014, 7:02:30 UTC
  • Anne Wray (c.1517 - 1592)
  • Anne Wray (c.1647 - 1697)

About the Wray surname

My second great grandfather was Andrew Wray 1813 born North Carolina moved to Jackson, Indiana and married Charlotte Cox-Wray. He died in Decatur, Iowa. For a short time he was in Roseville, Illinois. We are YDNA67 R-M 269. It's believed were Scot-Irish. We are on FTDNA #561193. We are in a project Lineage 5 on Same test number. We are in a Ray-Rea-Wray surname study. We're placed with others that only have 2/3 differences in numbers. So I have distant family similar to our numbers. If you know anyone we might match please text or email me. Anita Wray our Wray s Scot Irish has developed in so I’m English and Irish and Scottish. Still R1b M269 and that’s with:FTDNA Y68, but in a surname study based on our matching SNPs, they have 1st SNP 12  then 425= Null, so it might be worth checking out. I just did our main paternal Wray-Ray,-Rhea, Rea line and looks Iike Z49, U152, U142, are the most common SNPsfor us all. So I just have to check those 3 numbers. It could be any of those.lines that run together so we are lineage V. Lots of Scot ☘️ Irish Very interesting. Anita Wray.