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Chauncey Godwiin



Patriot William Gray lies at rest with his family in old Gray Town Cemetery, approximately 15 miles NW of Iuka, MS, off Tishomingo Co. Road 388.

On April 20, 2013, The William Gray Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, erected a historical marker in front of the Tishomingo County Courthouse in Iuka, MS, in honor of Patriot William Gray's service in securing America's freedom.

Secretary

Jack Hamilton

Charles Levi White III

The William Gray chapter was established in 1984 in Booneville, Mississippi and named for patriot
William Gray (c1760-c1848).

William Gray enlisted in 1778 at Laurens County, SC. He served in the SC Militia for 3 years and fought at the Battle of Kings Mountain, the turing point battle of the Revolutionary War in the South.

William Grey
Chapter

Vice-President

President

The William Gray Chapter meets at 6:30pm on the Third Thursday of each month at the Tupelo Country Club located at 9508 Winged Foot Rd. in Belden, MS. 
Dinner is available for purchase