Assistant Surgeon, in the 44th Regiment of Foot, died of cholera, in
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Gravestone Gray Erected by Charles Kelso of Belfast
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c. 1840 -
The Will of John Gray late of Castle-place Belfast in the County of Antrim Watch-maker deceased who died 5 February 1860 at Belfast aforesaid was proved at Belfast by the oaths of Robert Gray of College-square East Gentleman and William Hartley of the Castle Belfast Accountant and John Patterson of Sydenham in the County of Down Merchant the Executors.
John Gray and his son William were manufacturing jewellers, watchmakers and silversmiths at 18 Castle Place
The Will (with one Codicil) of Robert Gray late of 4 College-square East Belfast Gentleman deceased who died 13 February 1875 at same place was proved at Belfast by the oaths of Anne Charters Gray of 4 College-square East Belfast Widow and John Patterson of Craigdarragh (Holywood) County Down Merchant the Executors. Effects under £6,000. Date Of Death: 13/02/1875
Date of Marriage
02 Apr 1857
Rosemary St Second Non Subscribing Presbyterian Parish Shankill Civil District Belfast
BELFAST CRICKET CLUB
This Club was formed for the purpose of affording young men an opportunity of partaking in the healthful game of Cricket. The Club consists of ordinary and honorary members, who meet for exercise on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings, and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings, at 6 o'clock. The business of the Club is managed by a committee of four, Treasurer, President and Secretary, ex-officio members, who are elected annually.
Patrons - Marquis of Donegall | Lord Lurgan | G. Dunbar, Esq., Mayor | Richard B. Blakiston Houston, Esq., etc., etc.
Officers for the Season, 1843
President - Edward J. Pretty | Treasurer - John Caughey Gray | Secretary - Samuel Mac Adam.