Andrew Bray


Person Record Title
Andrew Bray
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Biographical Description
Andrew Bray was an enslaver who lived in Hunterdon County, NJ, in the early 19th century. His exact place of residence is unclear from the historical records. Several men known as Andrew Bray lived in Hunterdon County at that time, all grandsons and great-grandsons of the Baptist minister Rev. John Bray. The Bray family was associated with Kingwood, Locktown, and Lebanon localities in Hunterdon County, and primarily engaged in farming.
Place of Significance
Hunterdon County
Record Contributor
Jesse Bayker

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Items with "Creator: Andrew Bray"
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Birth record for Catharine, daughter of Hannah, reported by Andrew Bray Bibliographic Resource
Items with "Enslaver: Andrew Bray"
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1814-03-09 Birth: Catharine Event
Items with "Enslaved by: Andrew Bray"
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Catharine (b. 1814) Agent
Hannah Agent