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CWGC Appeal for relatives.......Pvt J Murray 23346
« on: Tuesday 22 May 18 13:44 BST (UK) »
CWGC wish to make contact with any family members of Pvt J Murray - 23346 - Welsh Regiment
Spouse Bridget nee Hurley
Pvt J Murray passed away 26 May 1919 - King Edward V11 Hospital - Abscess of the spleen. general peritonitis  :'(

buried - St Mary's Church at Caerau.

G7 MURRAY GF29 Stone fallen JOHN MURRAY d.27 May 1919 (1918?) aged 67 (47?), and his wife
BRIDGET MURRAY d.3 Jun 1957 aged 85

http://www.stmaryscaerau.org/gravemap/GraveDETAILS_2017.pdf


John Murray listed born 1877 on British Army Papers - Lived at 1 Roberts Str Ely, Cardiff in 1914.
Wife Bridget nee Hurley. 2 sons - John Murray (16.2.07) and Thomas Peter Murray (16.2.07) (also had a son Cyril Murray who died 1913 aged 2 years - 11a 311 - Q2 Cardiff)
John Murray was aged 39 years and Bridget (nee Hurley) 37 years on 1911 census. The couple married 22 June 1904 - Cardiff - 11a   658

Possible death for Bridget Murray aged 80 years -  passed away March 1954 - Newport Monmouthshire - 8C 259

Son John Murray was married and widowed by 1939. Son Thomas Murray was single.

Thomas P Murray born 1907 passed away June 1964 - east Glamorgan - aged 57 years - 8b 337

There was a possible death for a John Murray born about 1904 who passed away December 1964 - Bridgend Glamorgan - 8b 16  ???

If you are related to Pvt John Murray and can help please contact UKNA Technical Team at CWGC -
https://www.cwgc.org/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-21831333


Sandra



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