Son of 1867 S. C. Village Trustee Dies In Belmont

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  • Title Son of 1867 S. C. Village Trustee Dies In Belmont 
    Date 22 Dec 1930` 
    Page 12 
    Periodical Santa Cruz Evening News 
    Place Santa Cruz, CA 
    Source Type Newspaper 
    Source ID S1288 
    Text Son of 1867 S. C. Village Trustee Dies In Belmont

    Milton Pray, whose father, Amasa Pray, was one of the first three trustees of Santa Cruz when its village government was organized in 1867, died last Wednesday at Belmont. Funeral services were held this afternoon in San Francisco. Pray's mother was a daughter of the Rev. Samuel Hopkins Willey, the fourth minister of the Congregational church here, who was later one of the founders of the University of California at Berkeley. His father, Amasa Pray, was trustee of Santa Cruz in 1867 and was president of the board of trustees of the village government in 1868. After that he was a real estate broker here.

    Mr. Pray is survived by his mother, Mrs. Anna B. Pray, and a sister, Fannie Jeffers Pray, both Of Berkeley. 
    Linked to (1) WILLEY, Samuel Hopkins 

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