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> Looking for any and all information or relatives to the following family:
> They are found in the Buchann County census of 1860
> MIRANDA P Hayward b: 1792 in NH or MA d: Aft. 1860 probably in Iowa,
> married James BRAY b: about 1781 in Connecticut d: 11 Feb 1856 in Ohio.
> 1. Asa W Bray b: 1821 in Vermont d: Aft. 1880, married Mercy A b: 1827
> in Ohio
> his child Lucy A Bray b: 1857 in Ohio
> 2.Oliver Bray b: 1823 in Vermont, married Betsy b: 1832 in Ohio m: Aft.
> his children: Franklin Bray b: 1858 in Iowa
> Cornelia Bray b: 1860 in Iowa
> Addy Bray b: 1862 in Iowa
> Marshall Bray b: 1864 in Iowa
> 3. Henry/Harvey Bray b: 1828 in Ohio
> 4. Betsey Ann Bray b: Abt. 1831, married Peter Myers Jun 1857 in Ohio or
> Miranda was sister to Chloe, Daniel, Levi, Nancy and Dolly.Hayward
> Sources of all information from Federal Censuses and "Letters to Residents
> of Danville" found at the University of Vermont at Montpelier.
> Thanks for you assistance,
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