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Historical records of the Gray family
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The name has various spellings and includes GRAY and GREY - sometimes different spellings occur in the same generation of a single family. The first Gray to arrive in the United States was John Gray in about The origins of the name would seem to be multiple. An early documented person was Anchetil de Greye - a vassal of William the Conqueror of Normandy (now part of France) and who ac. New York had the highest population of Gray families in Use census records and voter lists to see where families with the Gray surname lived. Within census records, you can often find information like name of household members, ages, birthplaces, residences, and occupations. View Census Data for Gray.
The Grey family played a fascinating role in English history, with two of its members becoming ill-fated Queens of England (Elizabeth Woodville, Queen of Edward 1V, mother of the Princes in the Tower and great-grandmother of Elizabeth 1., the other was Lady Jane Grey). The genealogy resources at The Blue Hill Historical Society include: Books. Maine Families in the Census, published by the Maine Genealogical Society, Volumes The Vital Records of Blue Hill, by Richard M. Sawyer (copies of this book are also available for sale at Blue Hill Books and at the Holt House). Bangor Historical Magazine, Volumes ().
Free-Space Genealogy pages: Robert Miles Gray Family Photos and Documents Mississippi () 1 photos, managed by Gary Gray. Gray Family Records () 2 photos, managed by Gary Gray. Gray Genealogy: Being a Genealogical Record and History of the Descendants of John Gray, of Beverly, Mass. 1 comments, managed by Rick Pierpont. My Genealogy Hound. Browse the Gray Family Surname Genealogy. This section makes it possible to view all the biographies currently available for the Gray family surname. Please keep in mind that this is a list of only the primary biography surnames. Other surnames mentioned within a biography are not included in these lists of surnames.
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Gray Genealogy: Being a Genealogical Record and History of the Descendants of John Gray, of Beverly, Mass/5(7). It includes family stories along with information on the descendants of Thomas and Mary’s eight children: Sophia Gray Critchlow () James Gray () William Gray () John Gray () Nancy Gray Graham (?) Margaret Gray Shorts (?) Thomas Gray Jr.
() Mary. The William C. and Rachel Gray Family of Lenoir County, North Carolina. Family history. Bibliography: p.__ Includes index.
ISBN _____ _____ 03 04 XXX 4 3 2 1 Cover Photograph: The tombstone of Sarah Elizabeth Gray, middle daughter of William C. Gray and his wife Rachel Ann Rouse.
Lastly, the French origin is location, from the village of Graye in Calvados, Normandy; the village name comes from the Roman name Gratus, which means welcome, along with the suffix "-acum", for a settlement. Gray family history officially starts with Anschitill Grai, recorded in the Domesday Book of Oxfordshire in Welcome to this site which provides a view of the data resulting from my study into the genealogy of the GRAY/GREY family and those families related to it by marriage.
There are other families included - the data for which results from research I have carried out on behalf of friends and acquaintances. Gray genealogy: being a genealogical record and history of the descendants of John Gray, of Beverly, Mass., and also including sketches of other Gray families Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
Gray family, genealogy Publisher Tarrytown, N.Y.: [s.n.]Pages: Gray Family Tree13 GenerationsSir Ralph “Knight” ‘of Chillingham’ GREY ( – ) – My 13th great grandfather – Rosie May JANES ( – ) – My grandmother. This family tree covers 13 generations of my family, starting with Sir Ralph “Knight” ‘of Chillingham’ GREY ( – ) who is my 13th great grandfather and ending with Rosie May JANES ( – ) – My grandmother.
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Historical records and family trees related to Th Gray. Records may include photos, original documents, family history, relatives, specific dates, locations and full names. Gray Family Name History Though shrouded by the mists of time, the chronicles of Scotland reveal the early records of the Norman surname Gray which ranks as one of the oldest.
The history of the name is interwoven within the colourful plaid of Scottish history and. A history of the de Gray family.
Introduction. In the Domesday book - the record of a survey of England completed in - Anchetil de Greye is described as owning Redrefield (Rotherfield - in.
US Census data for GRAY. This surname is in the topnames in the US Census from (There must be at least to make the list). There are GRAY records listed in the US Census, and it is the Number 87 ranked name.
A GRAY makes up of every k people in the population. Other US Census data for GRAY. Genealogy, Family Trees & Family History Records at Discover your family history and start your family tree.
Try free and access billions of genealogy records including Census, SSDI & Military ers: He was a great-grandson of John GRAY (died ) of Augusta County, Virginia, who is accepted by descendants as the immigrant ancestor of this family line.
The history of the Gray family was first researched in for Mrs. Thomas Baldwin Hollis (Sarah Frances Gray) of Forsyth, Ga, by Alfred L. Holman, genealogist, of Chicago, Ill, and. Upcoming Gray Family Reunions. Pedigree charts and family group records are important genealogical tools, so bringing or creating on site a big family pedigree (or family tree) is sure to draw attention; at the same time, have plenty of blank family group sheets available for individual families to complete and submit to go into a "Gray family record book," which you can then digitize and.
Gray genealogy Being a genealogical record and history of the descendants of John Gray, of Beverly, Mass., and also including sketches of other Gray families (Source: Internet Archive) Biography of William Gray Biographical and Historical Memoirs of the Early Pioneer Settlers of.
According to the book "Virginia and Virginians" By Robert Alonzo Brock (page ) under the heading of John T. Gray: "The Gray family were early seated in Virginia, coming from Ireland. James Gray, grandfather of John T., was born in Augusta County, and later removed to Russell County, where his son John was born, the father of John T.
John Gray married Polly, daughter of Jacob and Nancy Leece. Each ancestor has their own page on the family tree. If you’re not used to looking at genealogy data, here’s a breakdown of what each section on a person’s page includes. The page begins with the person’s name, birth date, and death date.
Below that you will find. !HE GRAY FAMILY OF ANDOVER ROBERT GRAY of ANDOVER, I think, was a descendant of Thomas Gray of Marblehead whose son, tienry (2) Gray, returned to England and sent back to the colomies, his son, Robert(3) Gray, of Andover, who was first, a mariner at Salem.
( File Size: 1MB. You can see how Gray families moved over time by selecting different census years. The Gray family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Gray families were found in the USA in In there were 2, Gray families living in Ontario. This was about 48% of all the recorded Gray's in Canada.The Grey family were first ennobled in the 13th century as Barons Grey of Codnor, of Ruthyn and of Wilton.
In the 2nd millennium, the Greys were elevated as viscounts, earls, marquesses, dukes and monarchs Country: United Kingdom.Gray Genealogy Info: Gray Last Name Meaning Gray at RootsWeb databases: Gray in RootsWeb surname mailing lists: Gray genealogy mailing list for correspondence and sharing of information pertaining to family histories of the Gray surname and its variations.
Or check the index of mailing lists for a sound-alike name. Gray in Ancestry Message Boards.