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Gray--Burge ancestral lines : (Gray, Shi, Howard, Burge & Fretwell families)

Ashburn, Denson, Howard families
compiled by Alfred L. Holman
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah,

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Chiefly ancestral families of John Davis and Sarah Cornelia Burge Gray. John Davis Gray (1852-1887) was born in Monroe County, Georgia, the son of Joseph Gray (1821-1899) and Eliza Amelia Howard Gray (1831-1889). He married Sarah Cornelia Burge (1855-1892). She was born in Newton County, Georgia, the daughter of Thomas Burge (1806-1858) and Dolly Sumner Lunt Burge (1817-1891). John Davis and Sarah Cornelia Burge Gray died at Hawhorne, Florida.

Ancestors include: John Gray (d. 1751) of Augusta County, Virginia -- Samuel Shi (d. 1830) of Jasper County, Georgia -- John Howard (d. ca. 1785) of Bladen County, North Carolina -- James Burge (d. 1791) of Prince George County, Virginia -- William Fretwell (d. ca. 1788) of Cumberland County, Virginia.

Also includes Shy, Williams, Ashburn and Denson ancestry.

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