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"GRAY, GREY. Perhaps from Gray, a town in the department of Haute-Sadne, France. The first of the name recorded in Scotland is Hugo de Gray, witness in a charter by Walter de Lundin, a. 1248 (Sc. Peer., rv, p. 269). The surname is now common all over Scotland. John Gray, mayor of Berwick, witnessed a gift of land to the Hospital of Soltre between 1250-66 (Satire, p. 32). William de Grey witnessed resignation of the lands of Nysebyte by William de Nysebyte, 1255 (Bain, i, 2026), and William Gray was a charter witness at Newton of Ayr, c. 1280 (RMP., p. 72). Robert Gray, castellan of Banff in 1291, was probably an Englishman (Bain, n, 542). Henry Grey of Fife rendered homage in 1296, and Huwe Grey, juror on an inquest at Berwick, also rendered homage (ibid., p. 198, 204, 215). John Gray was provost of Grail, 1327 (ER., i, p. 65). William diet us Gray witnessed a charter by Muriel, widow of Sir William de Rose, between 1333-63 (Rose, p. 117). John Gray of Broxmouth had a charter of the lands of Craigy in le Memys, 1357 (SCM., v, p. 247), and Laurence Gray was custumar of Montrose, 1359 (ER., i, p. 612). The land of Molyne was leased to Ibbote Gray in 1376 (RHM., i, p. Iviii), and John Gray was rector of the church of Feme in Angus, 1394 (RAA., n, 42). William Graa was one of the prominent men of Orkney in 1427 (Oppressions, p. 109), Robert Gray, "chamerlane of Aberbrothoc," 1497 (RAA., n, 383), and John Gra, tenant in Raynstruder, 1531 (Rental). See under MACCLASRAN. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)


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