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Gray is an Anglo-Scottish surname, coming from Old English, Gaelic, and French. The English name comes from the Old English "graeg", meaning gray, and was used as a nickname for a man with gray hair. The same applies for Gaelic, though the word in that case is "riabhach". Lastly, the French origin is location, from the village of Graye in Calvados, Normandy; the village name comes from the Roman name Gratus, which means welcome, along with the suffix "-acum", for a settlement. Gray family history officially starts with Anschitill Grai, recorded in the Domesday Book of Oxfordshire in 1086. Gray genealogy includes one-armed St. Louis Browns left-fielder Pete Gray.

Gray Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Gordon Gray-- --, 1925September 25,2000CA
B Jean Gray-- --, 1923December 24,1991CA
C Bruce Gray-- --, 1946August 21,2007IL
D Paul Gray-- --, 1923January 15,2010NC

Gray Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Alpha Gray-- --, 1927October 7,2006Marianna,AR
F Bud Gray-- --, 1929October 18,2006Cameron,TX
G Donald Gray-- --, 1919April 20,2009Spirit Lake,IA
H Bentley Gray-- --, 1929November 4,1994Griffin,GA

Gray Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Cecil GrayAlma WalkerDecember 6,1952Wake, NC
Edward GrayAlice WilliamsOctober 9,1940Wake, NC
Guy GrayAugusta HoltOctober 9,1932Wake, NC
Pat GrayAlice GoodwinFebruary 24,1934Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Gray

66th: Hughes67th: Howard
68th: Long69th: Watson
70th: Ross71st: Richardson
72nd: Price73rd: Russell
74th: Fisher75th: Brooks

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