Nathaniel T. Gray
- Born: Jun 1838, Oswego Town, Oswego, New York
- Marriage (1): Unknown
- Marriage (2): Philura A. in 1871
- Died: After 1900
Noted events in his life were:
Occupation: Publisher, Sep 1857, Freeborn, Minnesota. From 1857 Territory of Minnesota Census
Township 102, Range 21, Freeborn, Minnesota
Lists his age as 21 and born in New York.
His brother William L. Gray is also listed on the same page.
Military Service: From Gray-Hort Genealogy. He fought for the South.
From Park Service Search, only Nathaniel Gray on Confederate side.
Regiment Name: General and Staff Officers, Non-Regimental Enlisted Men, CSA
Soldier's Rank In: Hospital Steward
Soldier's Rank Out: Hospital Steward
Film Number: M818 roll 10
Occupation: Life Insurance Agent, 1870, Mobile, Alabama.
Occupation: Proprietor of Mobile Tribune, Abt 1875, Mobile, Alabama. From Riverside Printing House information
Residence: From 1880 Census, 1880, St. Louis, Missouri. Residence: From 1880 Census, 1880, St. Louis, Missouri. Nathanel T Gray
United States Census, 1880
Name Nathanel T Gray
Event Type Census
Event Year 1880
Event Place St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Marital Status Married
Race (Original) W
Relationship to Head of Household Self
Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Self
Birth Year (Estimated) 1838
Birthplace New York, United States
Father's Birthplace New York, United States
Mother's Birthplace New York, United States
Affiliate Name The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number T9
Affiliate Film Number 0734
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Nathanel T Gray Self M 42 New York, United States
Philura A Gray Wife F 40 New York, United States
Arby B Gray Son M 15 Mississippi, United States
Mary Raftary Other F 16 Ireland
George Bronnson Other M 22 New York, United States
Ella Bronnson Other F 17 Missouri, United States
Luella M Gray Daughter F 13 Alabama, United States
Occupation: Printer, 1880, St. Louis, Missouri. From Census
Occupation: Proprietor of Riverside Printing House, 1885, St. Louis, Missouri. From "The Industries Of Saint Louis: Her Advantages, Resources, Facilities And Commercial Relations As A Center Of Trade And Manufacture; Together With A Delineation Of Representative Industrial And Commercial Establishments."
St. Louis, MO.: J. M. Elstner & Co., Publishers, 1885.
THE RIVERSIDE PRINTING HOUSE.
N. T. Gray, Proprietor: 302 North Main Street.
When it was first established, in 1855, this house was known as Edwards' Directory Office. Edwards was succeeded about the year 1868 by Capt. L. H. Aldrich, who conducted the place as a directory and general printing office. The Christian Publishing Co. followed Aldrich's management, and Dowling & Gray were the successors to that concern. This was in 1875. Six months later Mr. N, T. Gray acquired sole possession, and except for a short period, when Mr. H. C. Spring now of the Spring Printing Co. was with him, has con- ducted its affairs alone.
Mr. Gray was, prior to his venture here, one of the proprietors of the Mobile Tribune. A native of Oswego, New York, he commenced at the printing trade when but twelve years old. His experience and training, therefore, amply qualify him for the management of an extensive printing house. Nine magnificent presses are running in this establishment, and all the latest mechanical accessories are added so soon as they appear. The annual business transactions with the city and surrounding country, principally with the South and South- west, are fully $100,000. The specialties of this house are blank books and catalogues, as well as printing in all its branches. Six different catalogues are being now published by this house. This is a first-class house in every essential particular, and is one that performs its work thoroughly, satisfactorily and well.
Occupation: THE PALLADIUM Wednesday, 10 Aug 1887, Oswego Town, Oswego, New York. Hot Springs, Ark. Daily News, Mr. N. T. Gray, of St. Louis, Mo., who, with his wife, is visiting parents and relatives in this city and surrounding country informs us of a pleasant event which occurred at a gathering of relatives at the pleasant country home of his uncle, Mr. George Collins.
Among the number gathered around the table were seven whose united ages were 548 years. Theses were his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gray, each 85 years of age, Mr. and Mrs. John Parkinson, aged respectively 85 and 80 years, Mr. and Mrs. George Collins, 72 and 71, and Mrs. Hiram Lewis, 70. This was an enjoyable occasion, and will long be remembered by the young r ones present. It speaks volumes for the health and longevity of the inhabitants of Oswego. The above mentioned persons are among the earliest and most respected settlers of this part of New York State. Mr. Nathaniel T. Gray, is proprietor of the Riverside Printing house, of St. Louis, in which office Lee F. Spring, business manager of the News, learned the printing trade, with Mr. Gray, his uncle, as instructor.
Occupation: Proprietor of the Riverside Printing House, 1890, St. Louis, Missouri. 302 N. Main
From Gould's St. Louis (Missouri) city directory
Occupation: Printer, 1900, St Louis, St Louis, Missouri. From 1900 Census
Residence: From 1900 Census, 1900, St Louis, St. Louis, Missouri. 3400 Morgan Street
Nathaniel T Gray
United States Census, 1900
Name Nathaniel T Gray
Event Type Census
Event Year 1900
Event Place Precinct 3 St. Louis city Ward 21, St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Marital Status Married
Race (Original) W
Relationship to Head of Household Boarder
Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Boarder
Years Married 29
Birth Date Jun 1838
Birthplace New York
Marriage Year (Estimated) 1871
Father's Birthplace New York
Mother's Birthplace New York
Nathaniel T Gray Boarder M 62 New York
Philura A Gray Boarder F 62 New York
Nathaniel married Unknown. (Unknown died before 1870.)
Nathaniel next married Philura A. in 1871. (Philura A. was born in Oct 1838 in New York.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
Marriage Banns: From 1900 Census, 1900, St. Louis, Missouri. Married 29 years.