John Lang Bray
- Born: 8 May 1841, Kingston, Canada West (Ontario), Canada
- Died: 24 Nov 1915, London, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada at age 74
- Buried: 26 Nov 1915, Maple Leaf Cemetery, Tilbury, Chatham-Kent, Ontario, Canada
From http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/a/r/Richard-B-Carruthers/index.html :
"Blanche Louisa Bray, Mrs James Large, is said to have been trained in the chemist's shop of her father, William Bray, J.P., R.N.(1814-1882), chemist and druggist of Petrolea (now Petrolia), Ontario, as 'the first lady pharmacist in Canada' along with her two brothers John Lang Bray and William Thomas Bray, came from a medical family. ... John Lang Bray (1841-1915), went on to graduate from Queen's University in Kingston, Canada West (now Ontario) in 1863, serving in the Confederate Army Surgeons Corps at Richmond, Virginia, C.S.A., for two years, before returning to the Canadas to become a prominent medical practitioner and sometime President of the Canadian Medical Association."