Ellen Louisa Murray

(29 November 1850 - 1883)
     Ellen Louisa Murray was born on 29 November 1850 in 3 South Pde, Chelsea, London. She was the daughter of Rev Henry Murray and Louisa Frances Denty. Ellen Louisa Murray was christened on 6 January 1851 in St Luke, Chelsea, London.
Ellen Louisa Murray married Henry Napier MacRae CBE on 8 August 1877 in Meean Meer (Mian Mir), Lahore, Punjab (Bengal Presidency), India (now Pakistan). The Times of India reported: Aug 8 at Meean Meer Henry Napier McRae, 45th Rattrays Sikhs to Ellen Louisa, daughter of the Rev H Murray, Senior Chaplain Bengal Eccl Establishment.
     Ellen died in 1883.

Children of Ellen Louisa Murray and Henry Napier MacRae CBE

Ellen Louisa Mary Murray

(27 December 1889 - )
     Ellen Louisa Mary Murray was born on 15 October 1889 in India. She was the daughter of John Oldham Denty Murray and Mary Ann Sally Bird. Ellen Louisa Mary Murray was christened on 27 December 1889 in Sitapur, India.

Emily Murray

(before 1825 - 27 April 1850)
     Emily Murray was born before 1825. She was the daughter of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor.
     Emily Murray and George Freeman Murray, Ellen Butler O'Connor, Sydney Murray, Jemima or Janina? Murray, Harriett Murray, Mary Maria Murray, Jane Euphemia Murray, Augustus William Murray, Rev Henry Murray, James Horatio Murray and Arthur Murray were beneficiaries in Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor's will dated 2 May 1841 in Clifton, Somerset.
     Emily died on 27 April 1850. Vinod Moonesingle wrote on 10 March 2016: Gen Murray's will says he had a daughter, Emily. I had been looking for the Gen Murray who was the father of Emily Murray, who is buried at the Pettah Cemetery in Jaffna, Sri Lanka. She died on 27 April 1850, aged 27 years, so she must have been born about 1823, which fits with Emily Murray in your page. She married Francis Augustus Sabonadiere (1823-1891), the son of Alfred Sabonardiere, the Protestant pastor of Meaux. I don't know the date of the marriage, but Sabonadiere first arrived in Sri Lanka in 1839. Mr & Mrs Sabonadiere arrived in Galle on the steamer Precoursor on 26 June 1846, so they must have been married in early 1846. Sabonadiere may have met her while on a trip back to Guernsey to meet his family. His mother was the daughter of the Dean of Guernsey..

Emily Frances Torrens Murray

(5 May 1853 - )
     Emily Frances Torrens Murray was christened on 5 May 1853 in Friern Barnet, Middlesex. She was baptised by her father of Colney Hatch, who was chaplain of the Middlesex county lunatic asylum. She was the daughter of Rev Henry Murray and Louisa Frances Denty.

Euphemia Eliza Murray

(30 March 1826 - )
     Euphemia Eliza Murray was christened on 30 March 1826 in St Benedict's, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of Rev Charles Hume? Murray and Frederica Jane Groves.
     Euphemia Eliza Murray appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Rev Charles Hume? Murray and Frederica Jane Groves in Ashe, Hampshire.
     Euphemia Eliza Murray and Frederica Jane Groves were recorded on the 1851 census in 13 Marine Pde, Dover, Kent. Elizabeth Groves, head, unmarried, 80, fundholder, born London, Mdx; with Frederica Murray, niece, widow, 47, fundholder, born Westminster, Eupemia Murray, unmarried, 25, fundholder, born Cambridgeshie, and a servant.

Euphemia Jamima/Jemima Murray (Lady Stepney)

(25 August 1802 - 3 August 1874)
     Euphemia Jamima/Jemima Murray (Lady Stepney) was born on 25 August 1802 in France. She was the daughter of General John Murray of Castle Murray, Queen’s County and of Glenalla, County Donegal in Ireland and they had two sons. She was the daughter of General John Murray and Maria Pascoe. Euphemia Jamima/Jemima Murray (Lady Stepney) was christened on 31 March 1819 in St Mary le Strand, Westminster.
     Euphemia Jamima/Jemima Murray (Lady Stepney) married John Cowell Stepney as his second wife, on 19 November 1823 in St Giles, Staple Grove, Somerset, England. On Wednesday last at Staple-grove, near Taunton, Euphemia Jemima/Jamima, eldest daughter of General John Murray and sister to Major-General Murray, Lt Governor of Demerara, to Major Stepney Cowell, of the Coldstream Guards.
The New Annual Register
reported: At Staple-grove , near Taunton, Major Stepney Cowell, of the Coldstream Guards, to Euphemia Jemima, eldest daughter of General John Murray, and sister to MAjor-General Murray, Lt Governor of Demerara.
For more on this family see http://www.llanelli-history.i12.com/people_john_cowell_stepney.htm with a possible portrait of Euphemia.
They had 2 sons [James Charles] Murray Cowell (1824–54) and Sir [Emile Algernon] Arthur [Keppel] Cowell-Stepney, 2nd baronet (1834-1909)..
Euphemia Jamima/Jemima Murray (Lady Stepney) and John Stepney Cowell witnessed Dr Hugh Chudleigh Standert and Euphemia Searle? Murray's wedding on 9 September 1824 in St George, Hanover Square, London, Middlesex.
     Euphemia died on 3 August 1874 in 5 St George's Place, Hyde Park Corner, London, aged 71. She was aged 70. The funeral took place shortly after in London and Sir John Cowell Stepney decided to retire from politics as Member of Parliament for the Carmarthenshire Boroughs. Sir John’s younger son, Emile Algernon Arthur Keppell Cowell Stepney, followed in his political footsteps, the older son James Charles Murray Cowell having been killed in action in 1854.
She and her husband are buried in Kensall Green Cemetery..

Euphemia Searle? Murray

(circa 1806 - before 30 January 1862)
     Euphemia Searle? Murray was born circa 1806 in Stackhouse?, Newfoundland. She may be the Euphemia Jamima Murray baptised 31 Mar 1819 at St Mary le Strand, London, born 25 August 1802, daughter of John & Maria, but this is more likely her aunt.. She was the daughter of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor.
Euphemia Searle? Murray married Dr Hugh Chudleigh Standert on 9 September 1824 in St George, Hanover Square, London, Middlesex. Hugh Chudleigh Stander, doctor of medicine, a bachelor of Taunton, Somerset & Euphemia Murray Searle, spinster, minor of this parish were married by licence by and with the consent of Major General John Murray the guardian appointed to the said minor by the High Court of Chancery, 9 Sep 1824. Both signed in the presence of John Murray, W H Vickey, Euphemia Jemima Cowell, John Murray jr, Stepney Cowell.
     Euphemia Searle? Murray and Dr Hugh Chudleigh Standert were recorded on the 1841 census in East Reach, Taunton, St Mary Magdalen, Somerset. Hugh Standert, 35, Surgeon, Euphemia 30, Frederick 15.
     Euphemia Searle? Murray was recorded on the 1851 census in Laycroft House?, West Monkton, Somerset. Euphemia Standert, head, widow, 45, fundholder, born Stackhouse? Newfoundland; Maria McKillip, sister & visitor, 21 ... RN wife, born Ealing, Mdx, Henry McKillip 11 nephew, 10? Months, Elizth Maria Eagles, visitor, unmarried, 74/6 , annuitant, born Bristol, St Augustines; Elizth Ann Gaye 52, visitor, surgeon's wife; Martha Soller 23 Maria Hopkins 25 Elizth Wale 42, servants.
     Euphemia Searle? Standert and Mary Maria McKillop were recorded on the 1851 census in West Monkton, Somerset. Maria McKillop, 21 married wife of Lt RN, sister and visitor to head of household, born Ealing, Mdx. head is Euphemia Studdert, widow, aged 45, fud holder, born St John's Newfoundland, aged 45, with her son Henry McKillop, born Bletchingdon, Ssx, aged 0, with 2 visitors and 3 servants.
     Euphemia Searle? Murray and Frederick Chudleigh Searle Standert were recorded on the 1861 census in Lodge Place, London, St Marylebone. Euphemia Standert, widow, 52, fundholder, born Newfoundland; Frederick C Standert, son, 35, gentleman, born Taunton, Anne M Standert 37, daughter in law, born Taunton, Francis Cole 59, butler, Sarah C Cole 50, visitor, Emma Neal 21, servant.
     Euphemia's death was registered in the quarter ending before 30 January 1862 in London, Marylebone RD, Middlesex. She was buried on 30 January 1862 in All Souls, Kensall Green, London, Middlesex. Euphemia Standert, of 19 Mortimer St, St Marylebone.

Child of Euphemia Searle? Murray and Dr Hugh Chudleigh Standert

Francis Sissons Murray

(26 August 1858 - )
     Francis Sissons Murray was born on 26 August 1858 in Colaba, Bombay, Bombay Presidency, India. He was christened 24 Sep 1858. He probably came to Australia: MURRAY—MACQUEEN.—March 11, at St. Barnabas Church, Glebe, by the Rev. Joseph Barnier, assisted by the Rev. Thomas B. Tress, Francis Sisson Murray, C.E., L.S., son of Colonel James Florence Murray, Government Secretary, Jersey, to Florence Mabel, daughter of Farquhar Alexander Macqueen, Union Bank of Australia, Sydney. He was the son of James Florence Murray and Marianne Ryder.

Francis Thomas Murray

(28 October 1887 - )
     Francis Thomas Murray was born on 28 October 1887 in West Bengal, India. He was the son of John Oldham Denty Murray and Mary Ann Sally Bird. Francis Thomas Murray was christened on 1 January 1888 in Bara Banki, India.

Frederica Murray

(circa 1826 - 4 August 1906)
     Frederica Murray was born circa 1826. She was the daughter of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor.
Frederica Murray married Edmund Wensley Tench, son of Humphrey John Tench and Maria Unknown, on 10 June 1871 in Drummondville, Welland, Ontario, Canada. He was the son of Humphrey John & Maria Tench. He was aged 52 and she was 45..
     Frederica died on 4 August 1906 in Welland, Ontario, Canada.

Freeman Murray

(16 November 1803 - )
     Freeman Murray was born on 16 November 1803. He was the son of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor and Maria Unknown. Freeman Murray was christened on 3 June 1814 in St Mary le Strand, Westminster, Middlesex. Freeman son of John& Maria Murray, of Somerset Palce, Lt General, late96th Regt, born Nov 16 1803.

Colonel Freeman Murray

(16 November 1803 - 14 April 1885)
     Colonel Freeman Murray was born on 16 November 1803 in Valenciennes, France. He was the son of General John Murray and Maria Pascoe. Colonel Freeman Murray was christened on 3 June 1814 in St Mary le Strand, Westminster.
Colonel Freeman Murray married Catherine Elizabeth Dundas on 21 August 1832 in St George Hanover Sqare, London, Middlesex.
Colonel Freeman Murray witnessed Sir Arthur Wellesley Torrens KCB and Maria Jane Murray (Lady Torrens)'s wedding on 31 August 1832 in St Marylebone, Westminster.
Colonel Freeman Murray served in the military in 1835. He was appointed Captain 29 May 1835.
He may have been the Lt Col Freeman Murray, 72 Montagnards, Adm du Government in Quebec in 1852, Fredericton, New Brunswick.
He was the Governor of Bermuda between 1854 & 1861.
     Colonel Freeman Murray was recorded on the 1871 census in West Terrace villa, Colchester, St Botloph, Essex. Freeman Murray, head, mrd, 66 Major Genl , Comm... Eastern District, born France, British Subject; his wife Catherine E Murray, 65, born London, Mdx with a servant and a cook.
He may have been the Gen Freeman Murray who was in charge of the 57th (West Middlesex) Regiment in Australia in 1873.
     Freeman died on 14 April 1885 in Florence, Italy, aged 81.
     His will was proved on 13 July 1885 at the Principal Probate Registry, London, England.

George Freeman Murray

(19 January 1863 - )
     George Freeman Murray was born on 19 January 1863 in Meean Meer (Mian Mir), Lahore, Punjab (Bengal Presidency), India (now Pakistan). He was the son of John Arthur Murray and Mary Ann Margaret Denty. George Freeman Murray was christened on 20 March 1863 in Meean Meer (Mian Mir), Lahore Punjab (Bengal Presidency). His father was described as: assistant Pongee Timber Agency. Baptised by Henry Murray..
     George resided at Lynn, Massachusetts, USA, 1893.
George Freeman Murray married secondly Grace Etrulia Bodine on 21 May 1899 in Manhattan, New York, USA.
     George Freeman Murray was mentioned in the will of Kate Florence Murray dated 23 September 1949.

Child of George Freeman Murray and Grace Etrulia Bodine

George Freeman Murray

(30 October 1888 - before 23 September 1949)
     George Freeman Murray was born on 30 October 1888 in Brooklyn, New Jersey, USA. He was the son of George Freeman Murray and Grace Etrulia Bodine. George Freeman Murray may have also been born January 1889 New York, New York, USA. He may have also been born 30 October 1890 Brooklyn, New Jersey.
     George Freeman Murray appeared on the 1900 census in Brooklyn Ward 17, New York, Kings, New York, USA. Joseph Murray 58, Mary Murray 53, Hannah Murray 25, Mary J Murray 22, Emily Murray 15, George F Murray 11, born Jan 1889, New York, son.
George Freeman Murray married Elizabeth Unknown.
     George resided at 40 Bengenline Ave, Gothenburg, New Jersey, USA, 5 October 1932.
     George resided at 6900 Bengenline Ave, Guttenburg, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA, between April 1942 and 20 September 1949. In 1942 he was employed by the American Can Company, of 317 St Paul's Avenue, jersey City, Hudosn county, New Jersey.
     George died before 23 September 1949.

Children of George Freeman Murray

George Freeman Murray

(21 June 1809 - 10 December 1866)
     George Freeman Murray was born on 21 June 1809 in St Johns, Newfoundland, Canada. He was the son of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor.
The Sydney gazette and NSW advertiser on 12 Sep 1828 advertised: 65th Ditto-To be Ensigns, without purchase. George Freeman Murray, gent vice Ponsonby, appointed to the 70th Foot. This was originally gazetted on 25 April 1828.
George Freeman Murray married Kitty Wallace in 1829? In Ireland. A patron submission in FamilySearch suggests c. 1829 in Ireland. The entry comes from Casey's O'Kief, Coshe Mange, Slieve Lougher and Upper Blackwater in Ireland.
In January 1839 he was promoted to Captain by purchase in the 65th Foot.
     George Freeman Murray and Ellen Butler O'Connor, Sydney Murray, Jemima or Janina? Murray, Harriett Murray, Emily Murray, Mary Maria Murray, Jane Euphemia Murray, Augustus William Murray, Rev Henry Murray, James Horatio Murray and Arthur Murray were beneficiaries in Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor's will dated 2 May 1841 in Clifton, Somerset. He was to inherit the swron presented to his father by the inhabitant of the colony of Berbice, British Guiana.
The 65th Regiment sailed to New South Wales from England, provided guards on convict ships during 1845 and 1846. Two companies of the regiment were moved in 1846 to the Bay of Islands, NZ, but arrived after the fighting ended. Other detachments were stationed in Auckland. By 1847 the whole regiment had been moved to Wellington, a detachment of which took part in the skirmish at Horokiri. Companies of the 65th relieved the garrison of the 58th Regiment in Wanganui and took part in the fighting there. The regiment remained in garrison in Wellington and Wanganui for 14 years. The 65th Regiment was the only British regiment to serve in both the fighting in the 1840s and the 1860s.
A Captain George Freeman Murray was appointed a magistrate in Wellington, New Zealand.
http://hicketypip.tripod.com/officers65th.htmstates: Highest rank in New Zealand – Brevet Lieut. Colonel (Major - Army rank), Promotion record - Ensign 26 April 1828, Lieutenant 29 June 1832, Captain 5 January 1839, Brev. Major 11 November 1851, Major 15 June 1860, Brev Lieut. Colonel 26 October 1858, Lieut. Colonel 17 April 1867, Colonel 30 January 1863. Retired full pay Major General April 1866.
Served - Demerara West Indies Dec 1829 - April 1838; America April 1838; Australian Colonies May 1846, Taranaki 1 March 1860 - 14 September 1860.
NZS - Arrived in Wellington from Wanganui on the Govt. Brig Victoria 16 March 1849.
NZS - Attended Governor's Queen's birthday levee in Wellington 24 May 1849.
TH – Arrived in New Plymouth from Auckland on the Zingari 13 August 1855.
TH - commanded contingent that arrived in New Plymouth from Wellington on Duke of Portland 6 September 1855. Departed New Plymouth on the Wonga Wonga 26 July 1861 for Wanganui.
TH – Arrived in New Plymouth on the Wonga Wonga from Wanganui 15 January 1862. In command of detachment guarding stores at Whatawhata 26 January 1864.
Departed UK on the John Calvin, arrived in New Zealand on the Java, departed on the Hero.
Battles – Waireka.
His photograph included in PAColl-1951-1-01 at the Alexander Turnbull Library web site
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The London gazette advertised on 11 Nov 1851: George Freeman Murray, 65th Foot to be Major.
     George Freeman Murray was recorded on the 1861 census in Duke St, Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon. A vague possibility: George S Murray 66, widower, Gun searcher, born Canterbury, Kent; Thomas C Philp 26, son in law, grocer, born Devonport, Charlotte Philp 26, daughter born Ionian Islands, Corfu; grand children Charlotte Philp 4, George Philp 1; John Philp 70, brother, widower, out pensioner, Chelsea, born St Vincent, West Indies; Henry Philp 64, brother, ditto, born Hyth, Kent; Robert Philp 19 nephew, born Woolwich, Kent.
     George died on 10 December 1866 in 8 Stoke Terrace, Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon, aged 57. The London gazette advertised on 17 April 1866, Brevet-Colonel George Freeman Murray of the 65th Foot, retires upon full-pay. He had been appointed Colonel on 30 Jan 1863.
     His will was proved on 9 January 1867 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. The will of George Freeman Murray formerly Colonel of HM 65th Regiment of Foot but late of 8 Stoke Tce, Stoke Damerel, Devon, a Major General in HM Army deceased who died 10 Dec 1866 at 8 Stoke Tce afsd was proved at the PPR by the oath of Kitty Murray of 8 Stoke Tce afsd, widow the relict and sole executrix.

Children of George Freeman Murray and Kitty Wallace

Gertrude Murray

     Gertrude Murray was the daughter of George Freeman Murray and Kitty Wallace.

Gertrude Annie Murray

(circa 1868 - 31 August 1946)
     Gertrude Annie Murray was born circa 1868 in Madhapore, Calcutta, India. In 1891 she claimed birth in Calcutta but in 1901 she claimed the Punjab, in 1911 it was Madhapore, India. She was the daughter of John Arthur Murray and Mary Ann Margaret Denty.
     Gertrude Annie Murray was recorded on the 1891 census in 43 Springfield Place, Leeds, Yorkshire. Gertrude A Murray, 23, born Calcutta (British subject) companion to Jane Blundell.
     Gertrude Annie Murray and Mary Ann Margaret Denty were recorded on the 1901 census in 18 Bishops Park Mansions, Fulham, London, England. Annie Murray, 69, widow, born Exeter, Devon and her daughter Gertrude A Murray, 32, born Punjab, no occupations. Gertrude Annie Murray was an executor of Rev Henry Murray's estate on 19 December 1904 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     Gertrude Annie Murray and Kate Florence Murray were recorded on the 1911 census in 69 Egerton Road Bexhill, Bexhill, Surrey. MURRAY, Kate Florence, Head, Single, 46. Private Means, born Dalhouse India; WHITTREAD, Adelaide Thornton Aunt. Widow, 72, Private Means, born Tobago W Indies; MURRAY, Gertrude Annie. Sister, Single, 43, Private Means, born Madhapore India. YORK, Charlotte Ann Servant Single, 28, General Servant Domestic, born Burgess Hill Sussex.
     Gertrude Annie Murray and Henry St George Murray MacRae, Kate Ella Hooper, Arthur Frederick Hooper, Sydney Benjamin Hooper, Kate Florence Murray, Charles Henry Hooper and Frederick Hooper were beneficiaries in Mary Ann Gillham's will dated 30 April 1919 in Maida Vale, Middlesex.
     Gertrude Annie Murray made a will dated 5 October 1932 in 44a Devonshire Rd, Bexhill on Sea, Sussex. Her will appoints her sister Kate Florence Murray and Octavius Henry Heyhoe of Ouida, Bury St Edmunds to be executors. She leaves her estate to her sister Kate Florence and legacies to her sister in law Isabel Maria Murray of 64 Brook St London £250 and to Mr Edwin Robert Riley of the Western Telegraph Company, Electra House, London £100. To the Royal UK Beneficient Society £250, to the church army £100, to the Society for Promoting the Gospel £100
I give £500 to the children of my nephew George Freeman Murray of no. 40 Bengenline Avenue Gothenburgh New Jersey in the USA
I give £500 to the children of my niece Mrs Marion Phyllis Riley care of the Western Telegraph Company, Electra House, London
I give £500 to the children of my niece Alice Elizabeth Douthar of Washington USA
I give the rest of my estate to my nephew George Freeman Murray my niece Mrs Alice Elizabeth Douthar and my niece Mrs Marion Phyllis Riley equally. She added a codicil to her will on 13 July 1936 in 39 Cantelupe Rd, Bexhill on Sea, Sussex. She added that should her sister predecease her, all her silver furniture and personal chattels go to her niece Marion Phyllis Riley, wife of Edwin Robert Riley. She added a codicil to her will on 5 August 1940 in Bexhill on Sea, Sussex. Her second codicil revoked her bequest to her sister in law Isabel Maria Murray.
     Gertrude died on 31 August 1946 in the Hospital, Bexhill on Sea, Sussex.
     Her will was proved on 2 December 1946. Her effects were valued at £15495.6.7.

Harriett Murray

(circa 1823 - 16 February 1862)
     Harriett Murray was born circa 1823 in Demerara, British Guiana. She was the daughter of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor.
     Harriett Murray and George Freeman Murray, Ellen Butler O'Connor, Sydney Murray, Jemima or Janina? Murray, Emily Murray, Mary Maria Murray, Jane Euphemia Murray, Augustus William Murray, Rev Henry Murray, James Horatio Murray and Arthur Murray were beneficiaries in Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor's will dated 2 May 1841 in Clifton, Somerset.
Harriett Murray married Charles Thomas Simpson Kevern on 26 August 1852 in Friern Barnet, Middlesex, England. He was a surgeon in teh Royal Navy, they both resided at Colney Hatch.
     Harriett Murray and Charles Thomas Simpson Kevern were recorded on the 1861 census in Leonard St, Sculcoates, Yorkshire, England. Chas Thos Simpson Kevern, 46, staff surgeon RD, born Stoke Damerel, Devon, wife Harriet Kevern, 37, born Demerara, British Guiana; children Harry Chas Standert Kevern, 7, Emily Charlotte Kevern, 6, Murray Cowell Kevern, 2, Harriet Mary Kevern, 5 Months, Betsey Kevern, 86, mother, and 4 servants.
     Harriett died on 16 February 1862 in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, England. On the 16th inst, at Hull, aged 39, Harriet, the wife of Charles T S Kevern, Esq., Staff Surgeon, Royal Navy, late HMS Cornwallis, and daughter of the late Lt General John Murray, formerly Lt Governor of Demerara and its dependencies.

Henrietta Murray

     Henrietta Murray was the daughter of George Freeman Murray and Kitty Wallace.

Rev Henry Murray

(circa 1817 - 13 November 1904)
     Rev Henry Murray was born circa 1817 in Demerara, Guyana. He was one of 22 children. He was the son of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor.
Rev Henry Murray moved to England in 1837. From Canada.
     Henry was educated at Oundle, Northamptonshire, England.
     Rev Henry Murray and George Freeman Murray, Ellen Butler O'Connor, Sydney Murray, Jemima or Janina? Murray, Harriett Murray, Emily Murray, Mary Maria Murray, Jane Euphemia Murray, Augustus William Murray, James Horatio Murray and Arthur Murray were beneficiaries in Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor's will dated 2 May 1841 in Clifton, Somerset.
     Henry matriculated at St John's College, Cambridge University, on 25 June 1841. He was admitted pensioner at St John's Cambridge 25 June 1841. Son of Lt Genral John Murray of Clifton. School Oundle (Mr D Pooley). Matric. Michaelmas 1841, BA 1845, MA 1851. Ordained deacon (Worcester) 1845, priest 1846. Henry was ordained deacon (Worcester) 1845, priest 1846, curate of Brdeon, Worcs 1845-47, curate of Shadwell, London 1847-1849 in 1845.
Rev Henry Murray married Louisa Frances Denty, daughter of Col Henry Francis Denty and Louisa Copperwheat, on 9 February 1848 in Tamerton Foliot, Plympton St Mary RD, Devon. He was a clerk and his usual residence was St John's, Chelsea, son of John Murray, Lt General; she was of Tamerton Folliot and daughter Henry Francis Denty, Lieut. Colonel. It was witnessed by J F Murray, Capt 73 Regt, Ellen Murray, H F McKillop, Mary Ann Denty, Jemima Murray and Sydney Murray.
Note that Henry Frederick McKillop Lieut, R N of Bletchington, Sfk, also married there to Maria Mary Murray aged 19, of Tamerton Foliot, daughter of Lt General John Murray, on April 20th, witnessed by Arthur Murray, Lieut ... Reg, and Jamina?? Murray & Ellen Murray.
     Henry and Louisa resided at St Luke, Chelsea, London, from 1849 to 1851. He was curate of St Luke's Chelsea 1849-51.
     Henry resided at Colney Hatch, London, between 1851 and 1855. He was the Chaplain Colney Hatch Asylum.
     Rev Henry Murray and Louisa Frances Denty were recorded on the 1851 census in 3? South Parade, Chelsea, London, Middlesex. Henry Murray, 33, head, curate of St Luke's Chelsea, born in the West Indies, Louisa Frances Murray, wife, 28, born India, John Murray, brother 13?, scholar, born France, Louisa Denty, mother in law, 51, widow of Lt Colonel, born Islington, Mdx; Mary Ann Denty, 18, sister in law, born Exeter, Devon; Mary Ann Margaret Denty [sic], daughter, 4 months, born Chelsea.
     Henry resided at Bengal, India, from 1855 to 1881. Chaplain (Bengal Ecclesiastical Establishment) 1855-81 - at Agra 1855-58, at Meean Meer 1858-65, 1868-70 & 1877-81, at Lucknow 1867-8, at Subathee 1870-3, at Nowshera 1873-4, at Moradabad 1874-7, at the Gullies 1877-81. He was widowed on 22 May 1895 on the death of his wife Louisa Frances Denty.
     Rev Henry Murray was recorded on the 1901 census in 2 Creswell Park, Charlton, Kent. He was aged 84, a widower, retired chaplain Bengal Ecclesiastical Estabishment, born Demerara, British Guiana; living with a niece Frederica M Brodie aged 50, born Plymouth in 4 rooms.
     Henry died on 13 November 1904 in Blackheath, Kent, England. The Times reported that he was the last surviving son of the late Gen John Murray and in his 88th year.
     His will was proved on 19 December 1904 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. Murray, the Reverend Henry of 19 The Avenue, Blackheath, Kent, clerk, died 13 Nov 1894. Probate London ... to Frederica Maria Murray Brodie and Gertrude Murray spinsters and Henry Samuel Trigge, solicitor. Effects £802/19/3.

Child of Rev Henry Murray and Maria Bishop or Brewer or Brodie

Children of Rev Henry Murray and Louisa Frances Denty

Henry Denty Murray

(September 1873 - )
     Henry Denty Murray's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1873 in Medway RD, Kent. He was the son of Rev Henry Murray and Louisa Frances Denty.
Henry Denty Murray married Marion James.

Child of Henry Denty Murray and Marion James

Henry Goddard Murray

(20 November 1866 - )
     Henry Goddard Murray was also known as Harry in records. He was born on 20 November 1866 in Bombay, India. He was christened 18 Jan 1867. He was the son of James Florence Murray and Marianne Ryder.

Isabella Murray

(13 April 1820 - )
     Isabella Murray was born on 13 April 1820 in Paris, France. On the 13th April at Paris, the lady of Major General John Murray, of a daughter. She was the daughter of Maj General John Murray and Isabella Unknown. Isabella Murray was christened on 3 June 1820 in Paris.
Isabella Murray married John Minet Fector on 15 May 1841 in River, Kent, England. On Saturday, the 15th inst, at River, near Dover, John Minet Fector, Esq., MP for Maidstone, to Isabella, only child of the late Major General John Murray .

James Florence Murray

(circa 1821 - 16 October 1893)
     James Florence Murray was born circa 1821 in British Guiana. He was the son of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor and Ellen Butler O'Connor.
James Florence Murray married Eliza Sisson before 1844. Memorial at Kilkenny: Sacred to the memory of Francis Chudleigh only child of James Florence Murray, Esq. 73rd Regt. Born 13th June 1844. Another child was Ellen Eliza Florence
of St Heliers who married in 1867 John Henry Harries.
James Florence Murray served in the military as Captain in the 73rd Regiment in February 1848.
James Florence Murray and Ellen Murray, Mary Ann Margaret Denty, Jemima or Janina? Murray, Sydney Murray and Henry Frederick McKillop Lt, RN witnessed Rev Henry Murray and Louisa Frances Denty's wedding on 9 February 1848 in Tamerton Foliot, Plympton St Mary RD, Devon.
Marianne Ryder married secondly James Florence Murray on 15 August 1850 in Fermoy, Cork, Ireland. She was the widow of John Lesley Hendley or Hindley of the Bombay Army (one son John leslie Henry Headley of NZ). They had 6 surviving children.
     James Florence Murray and Marianne Ryder were recorded on the 1871 census in Trinity Rd, Brooklands, St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands. James F Murray, Head, m, 51 retired Lt Col of Infantry & Government Secretary Jersey, born British Guiana; his wife Marianne, F, 48, born Ireland; children William A F, 15, born Ireland, James T, 14, born East Indies, Francis S, 12, born East Indies, Charles F, 10, born East Indies, Marianne 8, born Ireland, Henry G, 4, born East Indies, with 3 servants
.
Records of the Lieutenant Governor of Jersey A/C2/27/14: Letter from Greffier W B Godfray to Colonel J F Murray Government Secretary, Norcott House re. the annual sum paid to the Greffier 09/11/1888 - 09/11/1888.
     James Florence Murray made a will dated 31 August 1888 in 'Norcott House', St Saviour, Jersey, Channel Islands.
     James died on 16 October 1893 in Jersey, Channel Islands, UK. 16 Oct 1893: Government House - His Excellency the Lieut. Governor desires publicly to express his deep regret at the death of Lt Col J F Murray, the late Government Secretary, and to record his high appreciation of his long and meritorious services in the Island, while holding this appointment for a period over 25 years. He feels sure that all will join him in sympathizing with the family in their severe bereavement.
     His will was proved on 26 October 1893. Will and Testament of James Florence Murray of Norcott House, St Saviour, retired Lt Colonel. Dated 31/8/1888. 26/10/1893 & 9 Dec in London to Marianne Murray, widow & Marianne Murray, spinster. Effects £932/12/-.

Child of James Florence Murray and Eliza Sisson

Children of James Florence Murray and Marianne Ryder

James Horatio Murray

(after 1817 - )
     James Horatio Murray was born after 1817 in Demerara, Guyana. He was the son of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor.
     James Horatio Murray and George Freeman Murray, Ellen Butler O'Connor, Sydney Murray, Jemima or Janina? Murray, Harriett Murray, Emily Murray, Mary Maria Murray, Jane Euphemia Murray, Augustus William Murray, Rev Henry Murray and Arthur Murray were beneficiaries in Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor's will dated 2 May 1841 in Clifton, Somerset.

James Tarner Murray

(22 January 1857 - )
     James Tarner Murray was born on 22 January 1857 in Mt Aboo/Abu, Rajasthan, India. He was christened 16 Feb 1857. He was the son of James Florence Murray and Marianne Ryder.

Jane Murray

(circa 1830 - )
     Jane Murray was born circa 1830. She was the daughter of Rev Charles Hume? Murray and Frederica Jane Groves.
     Jane Murray appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Rev Charles Hume? Murray and Frederica Jane Groves in Ashe, Hampshire.

Jane Euphemia Murray

(before 1834 - 1869)
     Jane Euphemia Murray was born before 1834. She was described as youngest daughter at her marriage. Born in Michigan according to Silliker tree via Ancestry.com. She was the daughter of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor and Ellen Butler O'Connor.
     Jane Euphemia Murray and George Freeman Murray, Ellen Butler O'Connor, Sydney Murray, Jemima or Janina? Murray, Harriett Murray, Emily Murray, Mary Maria Murray, Augustus William Murray, Rev Henry Murray, James Horatio Murray and Arthur Murray were beneficiaries in Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor's will dated 2 May 1841 in Clifton, Somerset.
Jane Euphemia Murray married George Deare on 27 October 1850 in Drummondville, Ontario, Canada. On the 27th ult at Drummondville, near the Falls of Niagara, Canada West, George Deare, Esq, Captain Royal Canadian Rifles, to Jane Euphemia, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant General John Murray, for many years Governor of Demerara.
     Jane died in 1869 in Pembrokeshire, Wales. She married John Bowan Allen and resided at Nolton in 1861 with their 3 children.

Jemima or Janina? Murray

(before 1825 - )
     Jemima or Janina? Murray was born before 1825. She was the daughter of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor.
     Jemima or Janina? Murray and George Freeman Murray, Ellen Butler O'Connor, Sydney Murray, Harriett Murray, Emily Murray, Mary Maria Murray, Jane Euphemia Murray, Augustus William Murray, Rev Henry Murray, James Horatio Murray and Arthur Murray were beneficiaries in Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor's will dated 2 May 1841 in Clifton, Somerset.
Jemima or Janina? Murray and James Florence Murray, Ellen Murray, Mary Ann Margaret Denty, Sydney Murray and Henry Frederick McKillop Lt, RN witnessed Rev Henry Murray and Louisa Frances Denty's wedding on 9 February 1848 in Tamerton Foliot, Plympton St Mary RD, Devon.
Jemima or Janina? Murray and Arthur Murray and Ellen Murray witnessed Henry Frederick McKillop Lt, RN and Mary Maria Murray's wedding on 20 April 1849 in Tamerton Foliot, Devon.

John Murray

(18 September 1837 - )
     John Murray was born on 18 September 1837 in Paris, France. He was the son of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor and Ellen Butler O'Connor. John Murray was christened on 14 April 1838 in Paris. He was listed as the brother of Rev Henry Murray in the 1851 census in 3? South Parade, Chelsea, London, Middlesex.
     John Murray appeared on the census of 1870 in New Jersey, USA. John Murray? aged 32, born France.