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Gray family

Overview
Works: 32 works in 33 publications in 1 language and 37 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Pictorial works  Genealogy  Sources  Local history  Personal narratives‚Ä°vConfederate  Aerial photographs  Account books 
Roles: Author
Most widely held works by Gray family
Taft collection by David Gray( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ledgers and financial records of Gray and his sons, David (1798-1870) and Henry Jenkins (1806-1881) Gray, Henry Jenkins's children, Henry (1852-1909) and Alice, and members of the Cummings family; estate papers of Dr. Abiel Pearson (1756-1827) for whom David Gray (1762-1844) served as executor; and records of town of Andover assessors, selectmen, and overseers of the poor including materials relating to the public schools, care of paupers, and public health. Persons represented include Amos Blanchard, Charles and Samuel Cummings, William Griffin, Jr., and Rev. Leonard Woods
Graylyn Estate papers( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Architect's plans and drawings; financial and legal documents; correspondence with vendors during construction; files of historical materials; research file and thesis of Thomas A. Gray; articles; draft of 1984 guidebook; and photos; relating to Graylyn Estate, Gray family home in Winston-Salem, N.C., and now Graylyn Conference Center, Wake Forest University. Includes papers of Luther D. Lashmit and Northup & O'Brien, architects, of Winston-Salem, N.C., and Thomas W. Sears, landscape architect, of Philadelphia, Pa
by William Gray( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

William Gray papers series consists of correspondence relating to Gray's mercantile business, his presidency of Essex Bank and Essex Fire & Marine Insurance Company, both in Salem, and affiliation with various banks in Boston; correspondence and legal papers of and pertaining to his sons, William Rufus (1783-1831), John Chipman (1793-1881), and Horace (1800-1873), and other family members; ships' papers of ships American Hero, Choral, Tryall, Ulysses, and William, brigs Caspian, Charles, Concord, bark Aurelia, and other vessels owned or leased by Gray; and records of Essex Bank. Family papers series includes letter book (1818-1834) of William Rufus Gray containing correspondence with ship captains, agents, mercantile houses, and family members, relating to shipping and trade in various commodities between U.S. East Coast and Indian, Indonesian, and European ports, voyages of ships Delphos, Laurel, and other vessels owned by Gray, and personal affairs; and miscellaneous papers of other family members. Correspondents include Nathaniel Kinsman, William Mugford, and Nathaniel and William Silsbee
Gray farm collection by David Gray( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence of Gray and family members relating to daily life, the farm, and family affairs; papers documenting his administration of several estates; land records including deeds and agreements of David Gray (1717-1767) and Nicholas Holt; and miscellaneous papers including biographical materials and secondary correspondence relating to the Grays
by Chester N Jones( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Miscellaneous correspondence, photos, pencil sketches, and other papers, of the Gray and Jones families. Includes artwork of James Garfield Gray
Gray family papers by Gray family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Roll 1 (24 June 1828-16 July 1849) includes letters from Anna Craig Gray re life in Alabama during 1830s and her family in Mississippi and Kentucky during the 1840s; topics discussed include agriculture, religious activities, and the prevailing political moods and concerns of the regions; includes letters, Sept. 1832, from Choctaw Bluffs, Alabama, re widespread support for nullification; and letter, 4 Nov. 1835, Green County, Ala., re local belief that slavery would soon be abolished
Land papers by Gray family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Grants and surveys. Persons represented include John Gray, Jr
Tracy family papers by Tracy family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Business records and personal correspondence of a Hartford, Connecticut and Sydney, Australia, family. Includes business correspondence and financial records of John R. Tracy who engaged in the gun trade, namely Colt pistols, with Australia and Peru. He also attempted to build a shot factory in England after purchasing a patent for shot from David Smith. Also the records of Samuel G. Tracy's interests in the lubricating oil business and pearl cultivation, including the incorporation records of the American Pearl Corporation. Family correspondence exists between Charlotte Gray Tracy (Mrs. John R.), and siblings John F., Newbold, Charlotte Gray, Edward, Charles and Frederick Tracy. Of note are several letters addressed to Anne Tracy from Genevieve Cowles in Palestine, 1909. Also genealogical notes and original documents related to the Gray, Ledlie, Smith and Tracy families. Of interest is a set of bird illustrations, unattributed, created from real feathers
Genealogical charts of the Brockenbrough-Fauntleroy, Gray, Montgomery and Newton-Keene families by James Mason Grove( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The charts trace the Brockenbrough-Fauntleroy, Gray, Montgomery, and Newton-Keene families of Virginia
Correspondence concerning the Bowerswell Papers( )

in Undetermined and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Five folders that contain notes and transcriptions by Clare Stuart Wortley, letters to her concerning the family papers, and cover notes formerly used to house letters in the Bowerswell Papers. Also included are typed notes by Helen Gill Viljoen explaining how she reorganized the papers
Papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Twenty-seven photographs, mostly of Will Hazel Turner, his family, friends, and homes presumably located in Columbia, S.C., the majority taken by Lollar's Studio of Columbia, S.C. Also includes: photograph, 27 Sept. 1911, of Will Lou Gray using a candlestick telephone and posed underneath a sign reading "Call me up some Rainy Afternoon" and signed "With Love, Your Brother Will"; 3 photographs of "Elks" taken by Alt-Lee Photographers, 2700 Devine St., Columbia, S.C.; photograph of the Optimists' Club, taken by Manning Harris of Lykesland, S.C.; photograph of Will and Hazel "at his store, Gregg St. and Gervais," with roof built around a living tree and horse in yard
Hughes-Gray Family Papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Principally correspondence of the Hughes and Gray families of Baltimore, Annapolis, and Frederick, Md. Pervasive topics include personal and family matters, Md. and national politics, and religion. Topics occurring less frequently include finances related to the publishing business and the marketing of volumes, the Civil War, city missions for the poor, dealings with American Indians, and Communism. The collection also includes 31 volumes of notes and diaries compiled by Ellis Hughes, chief anatomist at the University of Md., over the period of roughly 1830-1865. His 1865 diary makes reference to Lincoln's assassination and the capture of Jefferson Davis. The remaining five volumes were compiled by Jermiah's daughter Susanna Hughes, who herself entertained literary aspirations. These volumes are a mixture of diary, devotional, literary copybook, scrapbook, and original composition
Gray family papers by Gray family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Primarily business and personal correspondence, bills, and accounts, 1846-1879, of George Gray, mainly concerning shingle shipments, his cotton plantation near Marianna, Fla., Albemarle Sound fisheries (chiefly 1870s), and the education of his children at the Bingham School, Wesleyan Female College, and elsewhere. Correspondents include William Rhodes Capehart, Joseph B. Roulhac, William B. Boykin, Henry A. Gilliam, and John Roulhac. Also included are legal papers and business letters, 1722-1846, of John Gray, William Gray, Stevens Gray, George Gray, and William Lee Gray. Volumes include personal and merchants' accounts, 1816-1819, 1837-1847, and 1854-1857, and also notes and accounts by John McKenzie for a trip from North Carolina to Boston, 1765-1766
by Beulah B Gray( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence regarding Gray's genealogical and historical research; correspondence with soldiers from Pike County, Ind., serving in World War II; letters (1945-1949) from Elsie Whitehurst Lightburn, of Norwich, England, describing life in England during and after World War II; family and personal correspondence; and essays, articles, and other writings, on southern Indiana and Pike County; together with Gray and Brazelton family correspondence and legal papers (1813-1919), copybooks, and genealogical materials. Correspondents include Homer Capehart
Claude-Gray-Hughes-Tuck-Whittington family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, legal and medical papers of five interrelated families from the Annapolis, Maryland area
Family tree and history by Gray family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Comprises Gray family tree and history of the Gray-Hewetson families, 1622-1969
Romany tales collected by T.W. Thompson by Thomas William Thompson( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Comprises: mostly tales in notebooks and on loose pieces of paper, with occasions, places and names of informants carefully noted: A) tale from Taimi Boswell, collected 1915, 14ff; B) 'Lying tales', 'Drolls' and 'Clod's tales', incl. tales of Appy Boswell and Lander Lee, collected from various sources 1919-24, with notes. Written out 1962-63. 52ff; C) eight tales from Johnny Smith and Muli and Terence Lee, collected 1914-24; D) four tales from the Gray family, collected 1914, 128ff; E) Noah Lock's tales, collected 1914, with biographical notes, 104ff; F) three tales collected by John Myers from a traveller called 'Ashton', and two ballads taken by Alfred James; G) tale told by Bui Boswell collected from Noah Young, 1914; with corrections and additions to 'The Gypsy Grays as tale-letters', 14ff; H) five tales and a summary from Taimi Boswell, collected 1915, 53ff; I) four tales from Shanny Gray, undated, 84ff; J) 'Reminiscences by Esmeralda Lock. Edited by TWT', compiled 1911, including the tales 'The breed of us', 'Early days', 'Tent life with Hubert Smith of Norway', and 'The descendants of Abram Wood', 128ff; K) 'Daughter Greengown', unattributed tale, written out c.1964, in two notebooks, 16ff and 14ff; L) eleven tales from various sources: 'The two brides; one white, the tother black', 'A horse dat dropped gowld', 'A reg'lar daft watty', 'Lad in grey and his ears', 'Fairest of all others', 'A race betwixt a hedgehog and a hare', 'Snow-white', 'A Fairy changeling', 'The Frog sweetheart', 'The Foolish Irishman', 'De two Irish Tramps', mostly written out 1964, 100ff; M) galley proofs of TWT's 'Twelve Clod's Tales: Collected from English Gypsies', corrected by the author, 7ff; N) 'The North Country Grays as tale-tells' and 'The East Yorkshire Grays, Johnny Smith and others', TSS with TWT's MS corrections, 31ff; O) part of MS account of the Grays, sheets numbered "27"-"36", 10ff; P) notes on Christmas and easter customs, etc., 20ff; Q) excerpts and notes relating to "Pugilistica" by Henry Downes Miles, London, 1880, 30ff; R) 'Borrow's Gypsies Addenda (1909-1931)', in two notebooks, 40ff and 44ff; S) 'Lavengro and Romany Rye', notes about people and places in the books, written 1931 and later, 28ff; T) 'Bataillard's papers in the Public Reference Library, Manchester', notes, 58ff; U) Notes on French Gypsies by Paul Bataillard, made 1848, transcribed by Mme. E.F. de Gubernatis, with further notes by TWT, 1929, 75ff; V) Notes on French Gypsies by Bataillard, made 1850, transcribed by Mme. E.F. de Gubernatis, with further notes by TWT, 1929; W) Notes on French Gypsies by Bataillard, made 1850, transcribed by Mme. E.F. de Gubernatis, 47ff; X) four letters from Mme. E.F. de Gubernatis to TWT, 1929, 12ff; Y) 'To the affairs of Egypt / this book is consecrated', notes on meetings with travellers, their biography, genealogy and language, 68ff; Z) three reprints of articles by TWT: 'Christmas Eve and after', 'Borrow's Gypsies', and 'Storms an[trunc]
Papers by Gray family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The papers of Arthur Powell Gray, an Episcopal minister in Richmond and West Point, Va., and his wife, Elizabeth Stuart (Derby) Gray, account for nearly one-third of this collection. Arthur's papers, 1906- 1938, include personal correspondence and materials pertaining to his education and work as a minister. Elizabeth's papers, 1887-1940, include personal correspondence, a memoir of her life, and two travel diaries, 1936 and 1937, concerning trips to Florida. Correspondence, 1940-1970, of their daughter, Elizabeth Stuart Gray, primarily concerns genealogy. A few papers of earlier generations of family members appear in the collection; genealogical notes account for about one-half of it
Papers by Gray family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Consists of an account book kept by B. Gray of Davidson County, Tennessee and later added to by his widow, Mrs. M.A. Gray. Entries cover the years 1894-1940, and include various sales and household accounts, journal entries for mid-September 1897 (including mention of a visit to the Tennessee Centennial Exposition), 12 pages of English literature notes, a plat map, and a cow register. Also included is a marriage certificate for B. Gray and Mary A. Williams, married in 1856, certificate issued in 1878
Whitlatch and Gray family photographs by Whitlatch family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The majority of the images in this collection depict the Gray family and their life at 2621 E. Pinchot Ave. in the Phoenix Homesteads neighborhood
 
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