GRAY, May Inman (Mrs. James R.), b Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 6, 1862.
5 - Peter Dick, hotel keeper at Winchester, Va.; d while wagon-master
in Am. Rev. (his brother Maj. Alexander was in 1st Va. Regt. in Am. Rev.);
4 - Henry (b 1775), removed from Winchester, Va., to Tenn., 1799; m 1795, Eleanor Kenny (b 1781);
3 - Henry Jackson (1814-1865), m 1837, Sarah Ann Peck;
2 - Harriet Cordelia (2 below);
9 - Richard Borden (qv);
8 - John (1640-1716), m 1670, Mary Earle (William9 [d 1715], m Mary, dau. of John Walker; Ralph10, qv);
7 - Benjamin (1692-1743), settled at an early age in Monmouth Co., N.J.; in Va., 1734, or earlier; m Zeruiah Winter (William8 [d 1733], m 1688, Hannah [Grover] Gardiner, dau. of James Grover, who was mem. 1st Assembly of N.J., 1668, m Rebecca -);
6 - Lydia (ca. 1720-post 1797), m 1745, Jacob Peck (originally Johann Jacob von Beck, ca. 1700-bet. 1800-01), from Germany to Pa., 1740, settled in Va.;
5 - Adam (1753-1817), soldier Am. Rev.; m Elizabeth Sharkey;
4 - Benjamin, m Keziah McSpadden;
3 - Sarah Ann (1820-92), m 1837, Henry Jackson Dick (3 above);
2 - Harriet Cordelia (1840-1902), m 1858, Walker Patterson Inman (1828-1907), cotton mcht., capitalist, Atlanta, Ga.; issue: I-May (1 above); II-William Henry (d; m Nanaline Holt); III-John Walter (d, m Frances C. Clark); IV-Harriet Frances (Mrs. Morris Brandon, qv for paternal lineages).
1 - m Nov. 16, 1881, James Richard Gray (Sept. 30, 1859 - June 25, 1917); lawyer and journalist, Atlanta; son late John William Gray; Issue: 1-Jennie Dick (b Atlanta, Apr. 30, 1883 - d Sept. 1, 1928); m Apr. 6, 1904, Col. Earle D'Arcy Pearce, U.S.A. (Issue: Mary Inman, b 1905; Jennie Gray, b 1909); 2-Cordelia Inman, b Atlanta, July 17, 1884; m Thomas M. Brumby, Jr.; 3-Walker Inman, m Eleanor Meeks; 4-Harriet Frances, b Atlanta, June 18, 1887; m Col. James Arthur Gallogly; 5-James Richard, m Ida M. Dorsey.
Mem. C.D.A., D.A.R., etc. Residence: "Greystone," Peachtree Rd., Atlanta, Ga.