Wordless Wednesday: getting ready to explore another branch of the family

Wallace Oliver Gray (far left) and Meryl Matilda Wright (second from right); the big T's grandparents and a branch of the family about whom we know little. Wallace Gray served with the NZ Expeditionary Force in France in WWI. Despite being wounded, and suffering major illness - he returned home. Photo: Gray family archive.

Wallace Oliver Gray (far left) and Meryl Matilda Wright (second from right); the big T’s grandparents, and a branch of the family about whom we know little. Wallace Gray served with the NZ Expeditionary Force in France in WWI. Despite being wounded, and suffering major illness he eventually returned home. Photo: Gray family archive.

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8 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: getting ready to explore another branch of the family

  1. I am almost ready to start a new line also—my paternal grandmother’s family. Always exciting to think about what we might learn!

    • Good luck! Researching the Big T’s family is a challenge for me because, ironically, although I live in NZ, most of my previous research has involved Scottish or other British records. This time, I’ll be using New Zealand records for a few generations.

    • That’s a very good question. I tried zooming the pic, and Googling old NZ beer labels, but I can’t figure it out. Still I can’t resist a puzzle!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

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