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Old Porter cash and grocery

by Linda Whitesel- Frink
(Boistfort WA Lewis co.)

The gentle man standing on the porch with the vest on is my Great grandfather James Buchanan " Buck " Ray. Dexter Rays father my grandfather.Also the gentle man that built it is my Great, great grandfather Henry James Osborn on Ethel Rays side.Ethel Ray is Dexter Rays wife. Henry James Osborn was married to Henrietta E Johnson in 1881.They had 2 daughters Vera Ellen Osborn she died when she was less then a yr. old. Jennie Belle Osborn died at the age of 46 yrs. There is a 3x great grandmother that I am hoping some day to find more info on her as for now my search still in process. I have found some but would really like a lot more. I search will continue. Oh Great, Great, Great grandma Mary Please help me out I know you will show me something one day. :)

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