- Born: Mar 1871, New York
- Marriage: Ralph Emerson Gray on 5 Apr 1894 in Oswego, Oswego, New York
Noted events in her life were:
• Accident: The Evening Herald, Syracuse, Friday, 18 Sep 1896, Syracuse, New York. Accident May Prove Fatal.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gray of Oswego were driving from the grounds about 3 o'clock -and were near the street car barns, when a careless man whose identity could not be established, drove into them, taking off a front wheel of their carriage. Mr. Gray Was unable to stop his frightened horse and after going a abort distance the buggy tipped ever forward onto the horse, throwing its occupants into a heap at the horse's feet. Though Gray escaped uninjured, his wife sustained a compound fracture of her left limb, also of her right arm and she was terribly kicked about the stomach and back, inflicting serious internal injuries. Doctor Wells of Oswego Falls attended the woman at a house to which she bad been removed. Fears are entertained for her recovery.
THE OSWEGO DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1896, Page 4
-Mrs. Ralph Gray, who was injured near the fair grounds at Oswego Falls Thursday, is resting as comfortably as could be expected today. It is probable the injured woman will recover.
• Children: Mother of two but only one living, 1900, Oswego, New York. From 1900 Census
• Residence: 147 West Fifth Street, 1920, Oswego, Oswego, New York. From Census
• Residence: She is living with her daughter Marjorie, 1940, Hempstead Town, Nassau, New York. From 1940 Census
Mabel married Ralph Emerson Gray, son of Harvey Gray and Percy Savallah ( Stella) Rounds, on 5 Apr 1894 in Oswego, Oswego, New York. (Ralph Emerson Gray was born in Dec 1860 in Oswego Town, Oswego, New York and died on 8 Apr 1902 in Oswego Town, Oswego, New York.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Marriage Banns: OSWEGO DAILY TIMES, Thursday, Page 4, 5 Apr 1894, Oswego, Oswego, New York. MARRIED.
GRAY-PARKINSON-At the residence of William Parkinson, the bride's father. Oswego, April 4. 1894, by Rev. H. J . Smith, Ralph E. Gray and Mable Parkinson.