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A. Gray was born 1835 in Indiana according to the 1860 census record for Saratoga Township.
He was reported as living with the Gridleys, Thomas Gray, and Emily Gray.
Clarance A. Gray was born 1903 in Illinois according to the 1930 census
record for Varna. He was a boarder.
Francis F. Gray, born Jan 1876 in Illinois, married in 1898 to Jennie.
1900 census record for Henry, reports Francis as head of household
with wife, stepson Edward, and brother William. It states William Gray was
born Feb 1874 in Illinois.
Joseph Gray was born Sep 1875 in Indiana. The 1900 Whitefield census
record shows him working as a hired hand.
Leonard Gray, born 1857, died 1950, is buried in the Henry Cemetery
beside his wife, Anna (born 1864, died 1901).
Leroy Gray, was born 1911 in Illinois. The 1930 Toluca census records
shows he was living with his Aunt Myrtle Vick and William McNeel.
Peter Gray, born 1857, died 1948, is buried in the Rutland Cemetery
beside his wife Adell Caldwell Gray (1864-1945).
Thomas Gray, born 1829 in Indiana, is reported on the 1860 Saratoga
census, living with the Gridleys, A. Gray, and Emily Gray.
William Gray, born 10 Sep 1827 in Scotland, died 04 Apr 1844, and was
buried in LaPrairie. Possibly, he and Eliza were parents of Joseph Gray, who
was born 10 Aug 1884, died 18 May 1908, and was buried in LaPrairie.
William Gray, born 1860 in Illinois (parents born in Virginia) was
single and living in Whitefield in 1880.
William Gray, born 1862, lived in Henry 1930 and 1940. He was living
with his daughter, Mary, and son-in-law, Bernard Neuhalfen, in 1940.