Genealogical and Personal History of Centre and Clinton County, Pennsylvania, 1912
GRAY, PETER, SR., died in Patton township in May, 1817. He was among the first settlers of Patton, and came from Frederick County, Md., locating on the place now known as the R.H. Meek farm.
He brought with him a large family of sons and sons-in-law. His son George Gray died in 1816, leaving children, - Christian, Sarah, and Mary Ann. Peter Gray's other children were John Gray; Peter Gray, Jr., lived near his father's place. David Runk, who married his daughter Mary, set up the first blacksmith-shop in Patton. Another son-in-law, John Gearhart, was a farmer. Other children of Peter Gray, Sr., were Adam, Mrs. Eve Heiskill, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hartsock. <
Source: History of Centre and Clinton Counties, Pennsylvania; John Blair Linn; Philadelphia; Louis H. Everts; 1883.
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