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Rev. Samuel Gray
 
 
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Name[1] Rev. Samuel Gray
Gender Male
Marriage AFT 1694 Middlesex Co?, Virginiato Ann Jackson
References
  1. Mrs. P. W. Heiden. "Smiths of Middlesex County, Virginia". (Genealogies of Virginia Families, vol IV, pg 505-513).
  2.   The Parish register of Christ Church, Middlesex County, Va., from 1653 to 1812. (Richmond, Virginia: National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1897).

    The Parish register of Christ Church, Middlesex County, Va., from 1653 to 1812 (374972)
    pg 42: Mrs Ann Gray, the Wife of Samuell Gray (our minister) Departed this life the 8th of August, 1696
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    pg 44: George Gray the sone of Mr Samuell Gray and Mrs Ann Gray his wife was borne 23 Aprill being St George's Day and was baptized the 5th of May at his owne house, Mr William Churchill and Capt William Daniell being God Fathers, and Mrs Ann Grimes God Mother 1695.
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    pg 45: Benjamine Gray the Sone of Mr Samuell Gray Minister & Madame Ann Gray was baptized at his house parson Vicaris and Mr John Grimes being God Fathers and Madam Elizabeth Wormely God Mother. The 10th of August 1696

  3.   "Papers Relating to the Administration of Governor Nicholson and to the Founding of William and Mary College [Notes]", in Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. (Richmond, Virginia: Virginia Historical Society).

    vol VII, No 1, pg 60.
    "Papers Relating to the Administration of Governor Nicholson and to the Founding of William and Mary College [Notes]"
    Rev. Samuel Gray was minister of Christ Church, Middlesex. He was expelled, or forced to resign in 1699, for causing the death of a slave by severe whipping. He must, notwithstanding, have obtained another parish, though perhaps he only continued to reside in Virginia without a charge.