They lived in Iola, Allen County, Kansas, in 1880, and in Harrison, Boone County, Arkansas, in 1900. In 1900, James C. Murray was a lawyer; his wife, Maggie, was a musician; his son, Robert S. Murray was in real estate; and his son Cecil C. Murray was a law student.
178. ii. Frances Caroline (or Catherine) Murray, called Carrie, born August 1841, Platte County, Missouri, died 1910, Platte City, married 7 January 1863, Platte City, Missouri, to Robert Patterson Clark Wilson, born 8 August 1834, Boonville, Cooper County, Missouri, died 21 December 1916, Kansas City, Missouri, at the home of his son, U.S. District Attorney, Francis M. Wilson. He was buried in Platte City Cemetery, Marshall, Platte City, Platte County, Missouri.
The Liberty Tribune, Clay County, Missouri, issue 16 January 1863: At Platte City on the 7th instant by Rev. Mr. Cope, R. P. C. Wilson, Esq. of Leavenworth City, and Miss Carrie F. Murray, only daughter of John D. Murray, Esq. of the former place.