Percy Savallah ( Stella) Rounds
- Born: 24 Apr 1820, Dupeyster, St. Lawrence, New York
- Marriage: Harvey Gray on 3 Apr 1843 in Oswego Town, Oswego, New York
- Died: 9 Jun 1896, Oswego Town, Oswego, New York at age 76
Noted events in her life were:
Sur Name: From ET Gray's family tree chart.
Residence: Moved with her parents, 1834, Oswego Town, Oswego, New York.
Occupation: Farmer, 1870, Oswego, New York. From 1870 Census
Occupation: Keeping House, 1880, Oswego, New York. From 1880 Census
Residence: From 1982 New York State Census, 1892, Oswego Town, Oswego, New York. She is living with her daughter, Mae Ella and son, Ralph Emerson
Obituary: OSWEGO DAILY TIMES, Wednesday, 10 Jun 1896, Oswego Town, Oswego, New York. OBITUARY.
Mrs. Harvey Gray.
Mrs. Harvey Gray, a life long resident of Oswego Town, died yesterday morning from the effects of a severe shock of paralysis. The deceased was 76 years old. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. W. H. Boyle of this city and Mrs. George Collins of Denver, and one son, Ralph Gray with whom she has resided for some years past.
The deceased was an estimable lady and during her long residence in Oswego Town made numberless friends who will receive with sorrow the announcement of her death.
OSWEGO DAILY TIMES, Thursday June 11, 1896
Another Old Resident of Oswego Town Passes Away.
Mrs. Percy S. Gray, widow of the late Harvey Gray, whose remains were to-day laid in Rural cemetery, died at the homestead on the Fifth street road Tuesday morning, June 9th, 1896. Her husband, three daughters and a little granddaughter were already there in the silent city of the dead.
Mrs. Gray was born in Dupeyster, St. Lawrence county, April 24, 1820. Her parents removed from there to Oswego in 1834. She was married to Mr. Gray April 3,1848. Six children were born to them, five daughters and one son. When the youngest child was but a babe Mr. Gray died, leaving the six children for Mrs. Gray to care for, and most faithfully did she perform the duties which devolved on her. Her children have indeed arisen and called her blessed.
The oldest daughter, Mrs. George Collins, lives in Denver, Col. Mrs. W. H. Boyle lives in Oswego, and Ralph Gray remains on the old homestead where his grandfather David Gray, who was one of the pioneers in Oswego Town, settled in the early part of the present century.
Children: From Obituary, 11 Jun 1896, Oswego Town, Oswego, New York. She had six children, five daughters and one son when her husband died. Also says that she was buried with her husband, three daughters and one little granddaughter in Rural Cemetery, Oswego, NY.
Cemetery: From Find a Grave, 1896, Oswego Town, Oswego, New York. Inscription
Percy Sevalla Gray
1820 - 1896
From Find a Grave
Birth: Apr. 24, 1820
St. Lawrence County
New York, USA Death: Jun. 9, 1896
She moved to Oswego in 1834. She married Harvey Gray on April 3, 1843, they had six children. After the last child Harvey died, and she raised the children herself.
New York, USA
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Record added: Sep 20, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 29952234
Percy married Harvey Gray, son of David Gray and Clarissa Patchin, on 3 Apr 1843 in Oswego Town, Oswego, New York. (Harvey Gray was born in 1809 in New York and died on 17 Jan 1863 in Oswego, New York.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
Marriage Banns. Harvey Gray's first wife died in 1842.