Here lyeth the body of James Gray who died 12th April 1727 aged 25 years.
This is the burying place of Hennery Gray 1763.
St. Patrick's Church of Ireland Graveyard
1862 - 1918
St Mary's Roman Catholic Graveyard Newry
Possibly the same person ?
Ref : Belfast Newsletter - Alexander Gray
54999, April 3rd 1767,
53724, 13th March 1767
50784, 3rd Jan 1766
4407, 13th Dec 1765
Living in St John
England in 1871
Port of Departure: Newry, Ireland
Ship Name: Emeline
Port of Arrival: Philadelphia,
Private George Gray
M Jane Gray
Ann Fox Gray
Dr Henry Gordon Gray
c. 1810 -
charity donation; surgeon in 1836
Medical officer at Mullaglass dispensary in 1862; a miller from Moorvale & Millvale & a physician, sugeon & apothecary from Millvale in 1881. Also has a Donaghadee connection
Gilford Church of Ireland; Tullylish,Banbridge
3 Dec 1875
The Will of Henry Gordon Gray late of Millvale House Newry County Armagh M.D. who died 4 April 1894 at same place was proved at Armagh by Edward Wolfenden Alexander Gray a Surgeon-Captain A.M.D. and Benjamin A. Palmer M.D. both of Millvale in said County two of the Executors.
Date Of Death: 04/04/1894
Date Of Grant: 11/06/1894
Effects: Effects £3,203 6s. 1d.
c. 1840 -
mother of Bridget b. 1865
A soldier in Derry Militia ; married Anne Campbell of North St,,Newry 14 Nov 1807
Erected by John Gilmer in memory of his son John who departed this life April 28th 1883 aged 11 years John Gilmer, father of above, died November 17th 1887 aged 47 years Also his daughter Anna Maria died July 8th 1894 aged 20 years and his beloved wife Margaret died February 5th 1903 aged 62 years and his grandson Hugh Hanna Gray [Hugo] died 8th September 1933 aged 18 years His languishing head is at rest His heart is no longer the seat of trouble and torturing pain it ceases to stutter and beat it never shall stutter again.