Person:John Gray (138)

m. 1755
  1. John Gray1759 - 1836
  2. Patrick Gray1761 -
  3. Samuel Gray1766 -
  4. David Gray1768 - 1824
  5. Anna Gray1772 - 1838
  6. Ruth Gray1774 -
m. 9 January 1787
m. 15 MAR 1820
Facts and Events
Name John Gray
Gender Male
Birth[1] 11 Sep 1759 Augusta County, Virginia
Alt Birth[2] 11 December 1759 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 9 January 1787 Fayette County, Virginiato Elizabeth Henderson
Marriage 15 MAR 1820 Scott County, Kentuckyto Nancy Pritchard
Death[1] 4 May 1836 Greensburg, Decatur, Indiana, United States

John Gray was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Recorded, in Wardell, Patrick G. Virginia/West Virginia genealogical data from Revolutionary War pension and bounty land warrant records. (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, c1988-1998), Vol 2.

    Gray, John, b. 9/11/1759, Augusta County, Virginia; entered service 1777 in Rockbridge County, Virginia; Pensioned 1834 in Decatur County, Indiana; died 4/5/1836 in Greensburg, that County; married 3/15/1820 Nancy Pritchard, Scott County, Kentucky who married (2) 1/26/1837 William Walters, Decatur County, Indiana who died 6/4/1850; widow pensioned 1853 there at age 53 when sister Rachel Myers age about 55 filed affidavit there; widow age 68 when granted pension increase there in 1869; died 1/21/1883 in Clarksburg, Indiana; query letter in file in 1902 from descendant Mrs. Alice Markland, Clarksburg, Indiana states her father was son of soldier. F-W6395, R1115.

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