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John and Mary (Jones) Airy and William and Mary (Jones) (Airy) Pray : Mendenhall, Coffin, McNeese, Goodwin, Stubbs, Talbert, Roberts

Author: John Madison Airy
Publisher: [United States] : J.M. Airy, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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John Airy (1778-1803) was probably born in Pennsylvania and died in England. He married Mary Jones (1778-1856) in 1798 probably at Brownsville, Pa. Mary had come to Brownsville in 1797 with her parents, John and Betty Woodnut Gregg Jones. John and Mary had two surviving children, Elizabeth (b. 1800) and John (b. 1802). Mary married (2) William Pray in 1807 at Redstone Monthly Meeting in Pennsylvania. He was the son  Read more...
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Named Person: Arey family.; John Airy; Pray family.; Mary Jones Airy Pray; William Pray; Mendenhall family.; Coffin family.; John Airy; Arey family.; Coffin family.; Mendenhall family.; Pray family.; Mary Jones Airy Pray; William Pray; Airy.; Pray.; Coffin.; Goodwin.; Mendenhall.; McNeese.; Roberts.; Stubbs.; Talbert.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Madison Airy
OCLC Number: 39007293
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations ; 28 cm
Responsibility: by John Madison Airy.
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John Airy (1778-1803) was probably born in Pennsylvania and died in England. He married Mary Jones (1778-1856) in 1798 probably at Brownsville, Pa. Mary had come to Brownsville in 1797 with her parents, John and Betty Woodnut Gregg Jones. John and Mary had two surviving children, Elizabeth (b. 1800) and John (b. 1802). Mary married (2) William Pray in 1807 at Redstone Monthly Meeting in Pennsylvania. He was the son of William and Rachel Grant Pray. They had five children. After William's death in 1817 Mary moved to Richmond, Indiana. Descendants live in Indiana, Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma, Texas, Illinois, California, Arkansas, Michigan, Minnesota and elsewhere.

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