The Gray Taylor -------
Family Lines of the Georgia Grays
and the Mississippi Taylors:
stitching the lines of love throughout eternity
I'll be waiting to hear more about your family. Welcome to the blogging community.
Welcome to the world of geneablogging!
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Welcome! I look forward to reading your posts!
Welcome to the wonderful world of geneabloggers. I'm pretty new myself, and everyone has been so supportive. Can't wait to hear about your family.
Welcome to the wild and wonderful world of genealogy blogging. Looking forward to your posts about your families.
Hi! It's Amy from Atlanta. I really enjoyed helping you start this blog. Feel free to contact me with any questions you might have. I'm here to help. Us bloggers stick together! Looking forward to reading more about your family history.
Hi, Although I am not a "Georgia Gray", I am the cousin of some who live in NJ. In fact, I have many memories of Ella Gray Turner, who was actually your kin. It is somewhat surprising that I got to know her because she was born in the 1800s (i.e., 1890). I am not quite that old, but she lived to be more than 100 years old and didn't die until 1990. Like her ancestor Cassie, she was also very stern, but well loved. In fact, I didn't know that her name was Ella for a very long time. Because she was such a highly respected Mother of her church, we all called her "Sister Ella". To my child's ears that became "Sist'ella" and I thought it was all one word. She was my great aunt's mother-in-law and lived in the same three family building as they did for as far back as I can remember. It wasn't until she was very old that she moved from NJ to California to live with other children. If you want to know more about your cousins, please contact me. BTW: I remember her as being very light skinned and now that I know more about her heritage, I can see why.