Last name: Wray
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I'm from Salem, Arkansas. My father is Norman Wray. My grandfather was Olen Wray. Don't really know much past that. If anyone has any info on these people, please email me. firstname.lastname@example.org
I was born in the UK as a first generation black british girl and Wray is my maiden name with my family being from Jamaica. I can't see how I ended up with a Lancashire name when my father only came to the UK in 1972. It's quite hard to trace your family tree when you've not originated from the UK :-(
Looking for Alex Wray (1881) that lived in glenolden PA in 1920, Married to Katherine
hello in proud to be a wray too :)
Hi, I am a Wray, born and raised in the United States, I've been able to trace my roots back to Thomas Wray, born 1762 in North Carolina. I am interested in learning more about my history, and the history of this surname. I have heard conflicting stories( Norse, Anglo Saxon, Norman, etc)... Feel free to email me at email@example.com to share info.
Finn McCool Wray
Hi Im Finn Wray, my fathers name is David William Fredrick Wray, he was born and bred in London. He immigrated to New Zealand in the early 1950's. (died 2001) I heard stories that i had more family in the U.K from his first marriage i would love to here from you. You can reach me on firstname.lastname@example.org
I thought I was a sterotypical Wray coming from Lancashire England but appears that we are from everywhere and anywhere but Lancashire!
matthew wray jones
Hi, I was born in Bradford, Yorkshire and immigrated to Canada in the 60's. The rest of the family remained in Yorkshire. I am the last of my line. Both my parents were born in Yorkshire. Interested in hearing from other Wrays. Email email@example.com
My great grand pa John immigrated to Philadelphia about 1842 from Derry. Makes sense. There was a Wray killed on Bloody Sunday in Derry. Traced back my line to Edinburgh but because the Reformation a lot of Scots immigrated to Ireland. I live in California and plan to holiday in the UK mostly Scotland in May 2016. Been to Ireland several times and love the lasses. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard William Wray
My tracing have been from present day to Moses Wray in America 1700 from there to threw Yorkshire England and the last of the name --maybe the end is Humphery Wray 1328 --if anyone has other developments please contact me at email@example.com. There is one other possible connection Walter de wray 1300 atb
Torrien Jordan Wray
I'm black and I'm a Wray. Yay for family
Mark Thomas Wray
Hi, My Mother was a Wray, We were both born in Birmingham, England. My Grandfather Was Robert Thomas Wray, His Father (George) was from Manchester, England. Just wondering if there are any Wray's in Manchester that I am related to!
I would like to know more about my last I live in the united States and there's alot of families with last name wray I thinks it neat on how the last was and used to be spelled if there are any more wrays out there feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I live in North Yorkshire, England. My great grandfather was born in Edinburgh (Thomas Kerr) who was a sailor in the Royal Navy, my great great grandmother was from Palermo in Sicily and she married my great great grandfather in England who had been a Royal Marine soldier. His father was from Ireland. Many of my ancestors are from Ireland/Northern Ireland (Kelly families) and further back are English but my great grandfather came to England and settled in Yorkshire. Most of my ancestors were either soldiers (Tommy Kerr, Jack Wray), sailors (Kenneth Kerr), farmers (William Kelly) or labourers. Back to our roots in York in North Yorkshire and Middlesbrough where my father's family reside.