About this time (1825) some of William and Sarah's older sons moved to
Walter , David and John Gault.
Walter became a sea Captain and lived at
Port Richmond, Cape Breton
He married Amelia Susannah Grant.
Three of their sons, David,
Charles and Frances died together in a shipwreck about 1859. On 5 January
1888, Walter Murray died at Port Hawksbury. He was about 89 years old and is buried at Grantville.
David Murray was also a sea Captain and lived at McNairs Cove, in the County of Guysborough. He first
married Sarah McNair. His second wife was Christina MacDonald and the third wife was Mary Ann (Peeples) Rogers. McNairs Cove
is now Mulgrave.
A bit on David Sr. from Bill Dunbar
"David owned a beautiful little property at Port Mulgrave, and during the summer months, the venerable
old gentleman may be seen operating a new fangled species of water power of which he holds the patent right. High up amongst
the granite hills a crystal fountain send its sparkling stream down the rocky slope. The old man constructed a temporary trestle
way down the wharves at Wylde's Cove, and supplies the trading vessels with water from the rock profitably to himself and
conveniently to his patrons."
David Murray Sr. passed away on 14 November 1888 and is buried at Port Mulgrave.
John Gault Murray also went to Cape Breton
and was also a sea Captain at Port Richmond. He married Catherine
Grant . John and Catherine had 10 children John died in 1874.