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Immigrant to Virginia prior to1720, Thomas Wieland and related lines

William H. FRAY [Parents] was born on 21 May 1841. He married Susan FERGUSON on 2 Mar 1870 in , Randolph Co., Missouri.

Had 8 children, and Myrtle was no. 6. Compare with # 468.

Susan FERGUSON was born on 22 Feb 1850. She married William H. FRAY on 2 Mar 1870 in , Randolph Co., Missouri.

They had the following children:

  F i Myrtle FRAY

Sprague DYSART was born about 1840. He married Mary J. FRAY.

Mary J. FRAY [Parents] was born about 1842. She married Sprague DYSART.

James J. KIRKPATRICK was born on 7 Mar 1839 in , Indiana Co., PA. He married Srzelia "Lila" "Lealie" FRAY in 1870.

Kirkpatrick, James J. -- Co. C 16th MS Inf. Served in Stonewall's Div. for
two years & then served under A.P. Hill. POW at Pt. Lookout, MA 21 Aug
1864. Wounded 3 times & only lost 21 days service. He was born 7 Mar 1839 [Indiana Co., PA; son of Rev. John H. & Jane S. (McKee) Kirkpatrick;
children: (1) Mattie S.; Ref: HRM p. 591, John Wayland, NMH 14 Sep 1870 ;
LWS] & married [9 Sep 1870 Srzelia (Fray) ; LWS] Lealie (Fray) in 1870.
They had one child, John W. He attended the Moberly Reunion & listed Mt.
Airy as his home. Ref: RCHB84, MRR (From Larry Sumpter)

Srzelia "Lila" "Lealie" FRAY [Parents] was born about 1850. She married James J. KIRKPATRICK in 1870.

They had the following children:

  M i John W. KIRKPATRICK was born about 1872.

James FERGUSON was born about 1842. He married Laura FRAY.

Laura FRAY [Parents] was born about 1846. She married James FERGUSON.

Richard FRAY [Parents] was born about 1847. He married Neppie BROOKS.

Twin to Oswald

Neppie BROOKS was born about 1850. She married Richard FRAY.

Oswald FRAY [Parents] was born about 1847. He married Betty WARD.

The following was in "The Huntsville Herald" newspaper and is probably them:

Fray, Hettie E. -- died 9 Apr 1879 of Scarlet Fever at Mrs. Martha Fray,
infant dau. of O.S. & Bettie Fray; THH 17 Apr 1879

Fray, Richard Ward -- died 25 Mar 1879 of Scarlet Fever, at his g-mother in Randolph Co., son of O.S. & Bettie Fray, aged 2y 2m 6d; THH 10 Apr 1879

Betty WARD was born about 1850. She married Oswald FRAY.

George Allen MAYO was born about 1845. He married Addie FRAY on 17 Mar 1880 in , Randolph Co., Missouri.

There is a William Howard Mayo (#727) who marries Martha Rosa Wayland (#716), but they lived in Virginia.

Addie FRAY [Parents] was born about 1850. She married George Allen MAYO on 17 Mar 1880 in , Randolph Co., Missouri.

They had the following children:

  M i Fray MAYO

Strauder Bartle SWETNAM [Parents] was born on 18 Sep 1830. He died on 8 May 1890. Strauder married Mary K. WALKUP on 5 Jan 1851.

Not sure at all of spelling of first and middle names (from #1830)
He and his family are found in the 1860 Howard Co. MO census, Monitau Twp 508/496. In it was his family: S.B. Swetnam, 30, m. Farmer, 1420/1370, b. MO; Mary A.C., 24, f, Domestic, b. MO; Laura E., 4, f, b. MO; John 1/12, m. b. MO (census day was 1 june, this was taken 4 Aug.) Uncertain if related, but possibly another son of his is William H. Swetnam, b. 13 Jul 1862, d. 20 Dec 1907. Buried next to (probable wife, maiden name unk) Lucy E. Swetnam, b. 10 Nov 1965, d. 25 Feb 1943. They are in the Fairview Cemetary, Howard Co. MO.
In the same cemetary is James Matt Swetnam, b. 1884, d. 1964.

Mary K. WALKUP was born in 1836 in , , Missouri. She married Strauder Bartle SWETNAM on 5 Jan 1851.

This possibly may be her brother (from Armstrong Misouri Herald, 1896):

J. J. WALKUP, the subject of this sketch, is one of the best-known men in Howard county. He was born in Howard county, October 28, 1834. His parents
came to Howard county from Kentucky in 1830. In 1860 Mr. Walkup removed to Davis county, Iowa, where he resided until the spring of 1876. Mr. Walkup married Miss Isabel Hardy, of Davis county, Iowa, September 7, 1864. They now have five children living (one boy and four girls) and three dead. Mr Walkup's father died when he was quite young, leaving his mother with six small
children to raise. There was a debt on the farm, and it is now the pride of
Mr. Walkup's life to know that he and his brothers labored faithfully and cancelled this debt and helped their mother to get along in the world. Mr. Walkup now owns a beautiful home two miles west of Armstrong, a cut of which you will find in this volume. He has a fine farm of 614 acres and besides this he has given 640 acres of land to his children. Mr. Walkup has been steward in the Methodist church for twenty-five years and is now one of the leading members of the Armstrong church. He contributed $800 to the building of the
new church. He was for fifteen years vice-president of the Davis County, Iowa, Bank and has been president of the Farmer's Bank of Armstrong ever since it
was organized. He is a member of the Masonic fraternity. Mr. Walkup enjoys the respect and confidence of his fellow men. He is liberal-hearted, and has made
a success in life, financially.

They had the following children:

  F i Laura SWETNAM was born in 1856 in , , Missouri.
  M ii John Harvey SWETNAM

William TWYMAN was born about 1828. He married Mary A. DYSART.

Mary A. DYSART [Parents] was born in 1830. She married William TWYMAN.

William P. DYSART [Parents] was born on 28 Dec 1835 in Randolph Co., MO. He married Dora B. BROWN on 23 Apr 1870.

pg. 375W. P. DYSART.

Nicholas DYSART, the father of William, was born in Tennessee, November 18, 1800, and emigrated to Howard county, Missouri, in 1818. After a residence in this county of two years he removed to Randolph county, where he now lives at the advanced age of 83. The mother's maiden name was Euphemia GIVENS. She was born in Kentucky. William was the fifth of nine children, and he was born in Randolph county, Missouri, December 28, 1835. He was reared in his native county and educated at McGee college, of College Mound, Missouri. After a thorough preparation, at the age of twenty-four he commenced teaching school, and continued this occupation eight years, and then engaged in farming. In 1873, he settled on section 32, and owns a fine farm of 280 acres. He was married April 23, 1870, to Mrs. Dora PATTERSON whose maiden name was BROWN; she was a daughter of Samuel BROWN, one of Howard county's early pioneers. They have one daughter, Mary E. Mrs. and Mrs. DYSART are members of the Cumberland Presbyterian church.

SOURCE: History of Howard and Cooper Counties, St. Louis: National Historical
Company, 1883, (Richmond township, pp. 358-399.)

Dora B. BROWN was born about 1838. She married William P. DYSART on 23 Apr 1870.

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