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Elizabeth Bray Allen (ca. 1692–by February 22, 1774)

Elizabeth Bray Allen, born about 1692 at the Bray family estate at Middle Plantation, operated a large plantation in Surry County after the death of her husband Arthur Allen in 1727 that included the brick house that became...