5.HERBERT RUSSELL3 MURRAY (ELIJAH(ELI)2, JAMES1)86,87,88,89,90 was born 11 Jan 1904 in Hamilton, Wentworth, ON, and died Mar 1966 in Michigan91.He married JENNY F. ? MURRAY92 Abt. 1923 in Michigan92.She was born Abt. 1906 in Michigan92, and died Unknown. More About HERBERT RUSSELL MURRAY: Emigration: 15 Mar 1917, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan93 Medical Information: Complexion - mediumEyes - blueHair - brown Nationality: Irish Occupation: 1931, Plumber Religion: Methodist Residence: 17 Apr 1930, 3840 Belvidere Ave., Detroit, Wayne, Michigan94 Notes for JENNY F. ? MURRAY: According to the 1930 U.S. Census, her father was born in England and her mother was born in Canada More About JENNY F. ? MURRAY: Residence: 17 Apr 1930, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan Child of HERBERT MURRAY and JENNY MURRAY is:
MAY E.4 MURRAY, b. Private.
6.ERNEST (ERNIE) EMERSON3 MURRAY (STEPHEN(STEVEN) GRANT2, JAMES1)95,96,97,98 was born 02 Apr 1905 in Hamilton, Wentworth, ON99,100, and died 1981 in Canada.He married ANNIE BURGESS101,102, daughter of GEORGE BURGESS.She was born 1909, and died Abt. 22 Jun 2001 in Canada. Notes for ERNEST (ERNIE) EMERSON MURRAY: Ernest was a member of the Masonic Order. More About ERNEST (ERNIE) EMERSON MURRAY: Burial: 1981, Woodland Cemetery, Flamborough East, Wentworth, ON Nationality: Irish Religion: Methodist More About ANNIE BURGESS: Burial: 25 Jun 2001, Woodland Cemetery, Flamborough East, Wentworth, ON Children of ERNEST MURRAY and ANNIE BURGESS are:
GORDON EMERSON MURRAY103,104, b. 1949; d. 1971; Adopted child; m. ELIZABETH M. HOLMES105; b. Bet. 1950 - 1955; d. Unknown.
More About GORDON EMERSON MURRAY: Burial: 1971, Woodland Cemetery, Flamborough East, Wentworth, ON
More About ELIZABETH M. HOLMES: Burial: Unknown, Woodland Cemetery, Flamborough East, Wentworth, ON
7.RETA EVELYN3 MURRAY (WESLEYEVERARD2, JAMES1)106,107 was born 24 Jun 1905 in Hamilton, Wentworth, ON, and died 14 Jan 2000.She married ALFRED WRIGHT DAWSON108,109,110,111 06 Sep 1930, son of ALBERT DAWSON and ANNA COX.He was born 20 Sep 1882 in Nottawaysaga, Simcoe, ON, and died 30 May 1953. Notes for RETA EVELYN MURRAY: From "The Family History of Wesley Murray & Florence Lambert": She met her husband "thru George Dawson, with whom Reta worked at the Hamilton Clean Towel Co." ---------- She resided on the following streets: Crosthwaite Ave., Huntington, Rosedale. More About RETA EVELYN MURRAY: Burial: Abt. 17 Jan 2000, Woodland Cemetery, Flamborough East, Wentworth, ON Notes for ALFRED WRIGHT DAWSON: He was a widower when he married Irene Gertrude Wilson Bob Murray: "Alf Dawson started a coal delivery business that he later sold to Gilles-Guy. His son started the Stoney Creek Dairy." More About ALFRED WRIGHT DAWSON: Burial: Abt. 02 Jun 1953, Woodland Cemetery, Flamborough East, Wentworth, ON Occupation: Farmer Religion: Presbyterian Children of RETA MURRAY and ALFRED DAWSON are:
MURRAY4 DAWSON, b. Private.
EVELYN DAWSON, b. Private.
8.MARJORIE SARAH ANN3 MURRAY (WESLEYEVERARD2, JAMES1)112,113 was born 07 May 1907 in Hamilton, Wentworth, ON114, and died 27 Mar 1994 in Oakville, ON.She married FRANK REGINALD MURPHY115,116,117 22 Aug 1933 in Knox Presbyterian Church, Hamilton, Wentworth, ON, son of ROBERT MURPHY and MAUD STINSON.He was born 13 Sep 1906 in Hamilton, Wentworth, ON117, and died 31 May 1998 in Burlington, Halton, ON. Notes for MARJORIE SARAH ANN MURRAY: From "The Family History of Wesley Murray & Florence Lambert": She met her husband "at the city hall, where Marjorie worked." ---------- She resided on the following streets and areas: Westdale, London N., Bond St., Tisdale, Laurier. ---------- Quoted from a letter written by Ken Murphy: "-At birth, she was very tiny, and was not expected to survive. "-Attended King George School on Gage Ave. N. "-Because a cousin had died after being vaccinated, she never was allowed to have any vaccinations on her father's orders. "-Attended a Business College to learn typing and shorthand dictation. "-Was hired to work in Hamilton's City Hall. "-Met Frank at the City Hall, where he also worked. "-Always loved art, and painted 'greenware' pottery, and later painted in oils on canvas. She also loved to knit, crochet, and work on a wide variety of crafts. "-Married at Knox Presbyterian Church on Aug. 22, 1933, to Frank R. Murphy, and honeymooned at the Chicago World's Fair, travelling both to and from it by rail. "-After marriage, during the Great Depression, women left the workforce, so more men would find employment. "-As a housewife, she and Frank lived in an apartment at the corner of King and Tisdale. "-Later they moved to nearby King William St. "-Then it was a move to Bond St. N. in the newest suburb of Hamilton called Wesdale. "-Then it was another new house on Westdale's Sterling St., not far from McMaster. "-Then it was a move clear across Hamilton to London St. near Main. "-Then it was yet another brand new home on Tisdale St. S. (3rd time on Tisdale). [Near Russ on Erie Ave., and Harold on Grant Ave.] "-The last new home was built on the new Mountain development called Buchanan Park, on Laurier Ave. "-Approaching the age of 80, she and Frank decided to move into a private retirement home, Burlington's Christopher's Terrace, for 5 years, then to Oakville's Churchill Place. "-Home and family were most important in her life; but she also enjoyed to travel. She and Frank loved to travel by car, and journeyed throughout Canada and the U.S.A. Foreign trips to the British Isles and France...." More About MARJORIE SARAH ANN MURRAY: Burial: Abt. 30 Mar 1994, Glen Oaks Memorial Gardens, Oakville, ON Notes for FRANK REGINALD MURPHY: Quoted from a letter written by Ken Murphy: "-Before he reached the age of 1 his father was killed in an accident with a horse & carriage. "-He grew up on Cannon St., at the corner of Victoria Ave. N. "-He attended Victoria Ave. School (now Tweedsmuir) and the original Central High School. "-At 16, he joined the Bank of Hamilton, and was posted in their branches near King and Wellington, and at the Delta. "-While at the Delta branch, he met his future brother-in-law, Harold, who worked at a nearby rival bank. He knew Harold by the name of 'Squeek.' "-At about 21 years of age he was hired to work at Hamilton's City Hall, in the Purchasing and Treasury Department. To his surprise he discovered Squeek's sister was working at a nearby desk. A courtship with Marjorie began. After 6 or 7 years of courtship they married at Hamilton's Knox Presbyterian Church. "-Throughout his life he was a very proud Hamiltonian. Some of his ancestors had been among the first people to settle in the City, and their family surnames were found in city streets where their farms had been, ie., Stinson St., Rutherford St. Frank's mother's name was Maud Rutherford Stinson. "-He was very proud of his ancestors who had received land grants for pioneer settlers in Ops Township, near Lindsay. "-He was an avid collector of many things; most importantly postage stamps and Life magazines. "-Gardening was his great joy, especially iris varieties; and he always had a large raspberry patch and 'victory garden' of vegetables which long outlasted World War II. "-He loved to walk; and walked to and from the City Hall 4 times per day. He'd never think of taking a bus or street car. "-He visited all but 2 of the contiginous U.S. states by car with Marjorie as his co-pilot. Almost all of Canada was visited by car as well. "-He was Marjorie's biggest fan at mealtime. He lover her cookingand her excellent baking (especially apple and rhubarb pies). "-He really loved to work at Hamilton's City Hall, where he had hundreds of friends. In 1972, he retired after 45 years at the City Hall. "-Because he was an only child, he relished the company and companionship of the 'Murray clan.'" More About FRANK REGINALD MURPHY: Burial: Abt. 03 Jun 1998, Glen Oaks Memorial Gardens, Oakville, ON Nationality: Scotch Children of MARJORIE MURRAY and FRANK MURPHY are: