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My father Murray, Pinckney Murray and Murray were removed

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My father ***** ***** Murray, Henry Pinckney Murray and ***** ***** Murray were removed from their mother Cora Isabel Sayre Murray to work with their dad "Pink" Murray on a cattle ranch were their dad was the foreman. But I don't know which ranch. My de also delivered the Tombstone Newspaper.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Genealogy
Expert:  Shirley replied 1 year ago.

Hello,

I will do my best to answer your question. I am going to do some research

and get back to you shortly.

Thank you,

Shirley

Expert:  Shirley replied 1 year ago.

Hello and thank you for your patience.

George William Pinkney (Pink) Murray was born in Burleson, Texas in 1870.

He married Cora Isabelle Sayre in Cochise County, Arizona in 1900.

They lived in Tombstone and Tucson, Arizona. They had seven children together.

He was a foreman for several large cattle ranches and a Range Deputy

in Cochise County. He died in Tucson at the age of 72, about 1948.

According to his obituary, shortly after arriving in Arizona, from New Mexico,

he was named foreman of the Boquas Land and Cattle company in the

Benson-Dragoon area.

I have attached a picture of George.

I was able to locate quite a bit of information on this line so, if you should need additional assistance

please request me when you post your next question.

Thank you,

Shirley

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