James E. Gray
Full Name: James E. Gray
Date of birth: July 8, 1828
Date of death: September 25, 1920
Terms of Service top
||Dates of Service
||Counties in District
Jan 11, 1881 - Jan 9, 1883
Brenham / Washington
"James E. Gray, democrat, a prominent farmer and granger, is elected representative from Washington county," p. 1, 11/5/1880.
Galveston Daily News
Independent Democrat, 11/17/1880, p. 2.
Galveston Daily News
Pocket Directory of the Seventeenth Legislature of Texas
Biographical Notes and Resources top
- Biographical sketch, J.E. Gray, "A Living Lesson in Temperance," 2/16/1917, p. 1. Born 7/8/1828 in Abbeville District, South Carolina. Includes photograph.
Military Service Notes
- Confederate States Army, Private, Company K, 22nd Regiment Infantry, Texas Volunteer Infantry, commanding officer Col. R.B. Hubbard, enlistment 6/16/1862 at Camp Hubbard, age 32 years. James Gray, U.S., Muster Roll Index Cards, 1838-1900.
- Census of 1880 - James E. Gray, Washington County, age 50, born circa 1830 in South Carolina, farmer, wife Louisa.
Census of 1910 - James E. Gray, Comanche, Comanche County, age 81, born circa 1829 in South Carolina, trader, wife Louisa.
Census of 1920 - James E. Gray, Comanche, Comanche County, age 91, born circa 1829 in South Carolina, wife Louisa.
- J.E. Gray, birth date 7/8/1828, death date 9/25/1920, burial in Oakwood Cemetery, Comanche, Comanche County, with wife Nancy L. Gray.
Find a Grave.
J.E. Gray, 17th Legislature, Texas State Library and Archives Commission
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