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Descendants of John Gray


4. JOHN P.2 GRAY (JOHN1) was born 1786 in Virginia. He married NANCY ELLEN PIPES May 14, 1817 in Mercer County, Kentucky, daughter of JOHN PIPES and MARY MORRIS. She was born 1798.

Notes for J
OHN P. GRAY:
Born in virginia per the 1850 Census of Boyle Co., Ky.     

Notes for N
ANCY ELLEN PIPES:
Born in Mercer Co., Ky per the 1850 Census.     

Marriage Notes for J
OHN GRAY and NANCY PIPES:
Mercer County Marriage record book 2, page 250.

More About J
OHN GRAY and NANCY PIPES:
Marriage: May 14, 1817, Mercer County, Kentucky
     
Children of J
OHN GRAY and NANCY PIPES are:
  i.   JAMES B.3 GRAY.
  Notes for JAMES B. GRAY:
Died in infancy.     

23. ii.   MARGARET GRAY, b. 1818.
24. iii.   MARTHA JANE GRAY, b. 1820; d. 1872.
  iv.   MARY GRAY, b. 1822.
  Notes for MARY GRAY:
Died before June of 1851.
Luther N. Crain Sr and Mary Alice Stinson Crain Book Revised Edition dated 1983 indicates Mary died young.     


25. v.   ELIZABETH GRAY, b. Abt. 1823; d. August 25, 1885, Missouri.
26. vi.   NANCY ELLEN GRAY, b. October 23, 1824, Virginia; d. June 15, 1878.
27. vii.   LUCY A. GRAY, b. December 14, 1826; d. November 30, 1897.
28. viii.   CAPT. WILLIAM JEFFERSON GRAY, b. January 24, 1829, Marion Co., Kentucy; d. Aft. October 1914, Boyle County, Kentucky.
29. ix.   RACHEL ANN GRAY, b. July 07, 1834; d. Bet. June 05 - 15, 1903, Pike Co., Indiana.


5. JANE2 GRAY (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1796, and died May 01, 1839 in Boyle County, Kentucky. She married EDMUND SANDIFER December 15, 1814 in Mercer County, Kentucky, son of HENRY SANDIFER and MARTHA TAYLOR. He was born September 11, 1788, and died May 20, 1850 in Boyle County, Kentucky.

Notes for J
ANE GRAY:
Grave marker indicates she was in her 43 year at time of death.

More About J
ANE GRAY:
Burial: Union Cemetery, Near Perryville, Ky.

More About E
DMUND SANDIFER:
Burial: Hillcrest Cemetery, Perryville, Kentucky

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DMUND SANDIFER and JANE GRAY:
Marriage: December 15, 1814, Mercer County, Kentucky
     
Children of J
ANE GRAY and EDMUND SANDIFER are:
30. i.   MARY T.3 SANDIFER, b. 1820; d. 1904.
  ii.   SARAH SANDIFER, m. JOHN B. JACKSON, June 25, 1844, Boyle Co., Kentucy.
  More About SARAH SANDIFER:
Nickname: Sallie

  Notes for JOHN B. JACKSON:
Not living in Mercer Co., Ky, as of 1851.     

  Marriage Notes for SARAH SANDIFER and JOHN JACKSON:
Boyle Co., Ky. marriage book 1, page 54. Edmund Sandifer gave consent.

  More About JOHN JACKSON and SARAH SANDIFER:
Marriage: June 25, 1844, Boyle Co., Kentucy

31. iii.   MARTHA T. SANDIFER, b. January 14, 1825; d. November 26, 1912, Boyle County, Kentucky.
32. iv.   LUCY SANDIFER.
33. v.   ELIZABETH SANDIFER, b. October 09, 1821; d. December 24, 1888, Boyle County, Kentucky.
34. vi.   GEORGE SANDIFER, b. 1823; d. 1915.
35. vii.   SUSAN C. SANDIFER.
  viii.   HARRIET SANDIFER, b. 1839; d. 1918, Boyle County, Kentucky.
  Notes for HARRIET SANDIFER:
Never Married.

  More About HARRIET SANDIFER:
Burial: Hillcrest Cemetery, Perryville, Kentucky

36. ix.   JANE SANDIFER, d. 1948.
  x.   JOHN H. SANDIFER.


6. LUCINDA2 GRAY (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1804 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1880. She married WILLIAM WEBSTER Bet. November 24 - 27, 1823 in Mercer County, Kentucky, son of WILLIAM WEBSTER and EMILY. He was born Abt. 1802 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, and died Aft. 1850.

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UCINDA GRAY:
Per John Crain Book, Lucinda born in North Carolina.

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ILLIAM WEBSTER and LUCINDA GRAY:
Marriage: Bet. November 24 - 27, 1823, Mercer County, Kentucky
     
Children of L
UCINDA GRAY and WILLIAM WEBSTER are:
37. i.   WILLIAM3 WEBSTER, b. 1828.
38. ii.   SUSAN WEBSTER, b. 1831.
  iii.   MARY WEBSTER, b. 1833, Marion Co., Kentucy.
  Notes for MARY WEBSTER:
Formerly Washington County, Ky.

  iv.   SAMUEL WEBSTER, b. 1834.
  v.   LUCY WEBSTER, b. 1838.
  vi.   JOHN WEBSTER, b. 1840.
  vii.   JANE WEBSTER, b. 1841.
  viii.   MARTHA WEBSTER, b. 1846.
  ix.   ELIJAH WEBSTER, b. Bet. 1846 - 1847.
39. x.   JAMES MONROE WEBSTER, b. July 31, 1848; d. November 22, 1931.


7. NANCY2 GRAY (JOHN1) was born June 14, 1807, and died December 28, 1886 in Pike County, Indiana. She married WILLIAM PIPES February 26, 1821 in Mercer County, Kentucky, son of JOHN PIPES and MARY MORRIS. He was born Bet. 1800 - 1801 in Mercer County, Kentucky, and died February 18, 1855 in Boyle or Mercer County, Kentucky.

More About N
ANCY GRAY:
Burial: Flat Creek Cemetery, Pike County, Indiana

Notes for W
ILLIAM PIPES:
Mercer County Will Record
Probated March 31, 1854     

Will of William Pipes

Wife, Nancy Pipes
Daughter, Lucinda Molan
Son, John Pipes
Son, James Pipes
Daughter, Sarah Brumfield
Daughter, Catherine Survant
Son, W. H. Pipes
Daughter, Mary E. Pipes
Son, Bradford Pipes
Son, George W. Pipes
Daughter, Nancy
Daughter, Martha A.
Son, Richard B. Pipes

Witnesses:

Nelson Crain
Obediah B. Pipes


More About W
ILLIAM PIPES:
Burial: Union Cemetery, Near Perryville, Ky.
Occupation: Farmer

Marriage Notes for N
ANCY GRAY and WILLIAM PIPES:
Mercer County, Kentucky marriage record Book 1, page 258.     

More About W
ILLIAM PIPES and NANCY GRAY:
Marriage: February 26, 1821, Mercer County, Kentucky
     
Children of N
ANCY GRAY and WILLIAM PIPES are:
40. i.   LUCENDA3 PIPES, b. June 25, 1822, Boyle County, Kentucky; d. November 29, 1859, Pike County, Indiana.
41. ii.   JOHN PIPES, b. June 15, 1824, Boyle County, Kentucky; d. January 20, 1878, Pike County, Indiana.
42. iii.   JAMES PIPES, b. May 07, 1826, Boyle County, Kentucky; d. January 29, 1909, Pike County, Indiana.
43. iv.   SARAH A. PIPES, b. September 23, 1828, Boyle County, Kentucky; d. September 29, 1906, Pike County, Indiana.
44. v.   CATHERINE PIPES, b. November 03, 1830, Boyle County, Kentucky; d. October 20, 1883, Pike County, Indiana.
45. vi.   WILLIAM HYATT PIPES, b. December 10, 1833; d. August 06, 1879, Pike County, Indiana.
46. vii.   MARY ELIZABETH PIPES, b. February 20, 1839, Boyle County, Kentucky; d. Pike County, Indiana.
  viii.   BRADFORD PIPES, b. December 15, 1841, Boyle County, Kentucky; d. September 11, 1865, Boyle County, Kentucky.
  Notes for BRADFORD PIPES:
Died young. Never came to Indiana.

Company I, 7th Kentucky Cavalry (Morgan's Raiders)
Bradford Pipes was the 8th child of 12 children born to William Pipes and Nancy Gray in Boyle County, Kentucky. He was born December 15, 1841. His father William was the youngest son of Revolutionary War soldier John Pipes Jr. and his second wife Mary Morris.

Bradford joined up with Morgan's Raiders in September of 1862 along with three of his cousins; Obediah B. Pipes, Elias Hardin Pipes and Silas M. Pipes. They were assigned to Gano's unit, Company I, of the 7th Kentucky Cavalry. They all supplied their own arms, supplies and horses and galloped off into a small piece of history. Bradford participated in most of the raids into Kentucky form their quarters in northern Tennessee. He also was a member of the last great raid led by John Hunt Morgan into Indiana And Ohio in July of 1863. His records from the archives indicate that, he was captured by the 5th Indiana Cavalry in Megs County, Ohio on July 19th 1863. He appears on a roll of prisoners at Gallipolis, Ohio dated July 21st, 1863 that show him being transferred to Cincinnati. We know that he was later transferred to Camp Douglas, Illinois and spent the remainder of the war there. He signed the Oath on February 12th, 1865 and was released. His captors describe him as being 5' 10" tall, light complected, with dark hair and grey or blue eyes. the rigors of war of the prison camp life or possibly sickness contracted on the return trip home may have been too much for Bradford as he passed away shortly after his return, on September 11th, 1865. He is buried in the Doctor's Fork Union Church cemetery near Gravel Switch, Kentucky. His gravestone reads:
Farewell dear Bradford
No lips can speak
No voice can tell
Of the anguish felt by all

  More About BRADFORD PIPES:
Burial: Union Cemetery, Boyle Co., Kentucky

47. ix.   GEORGE W. PIPES, b. February 23, 1844, Boyle County, Kentucky; d. October 30, 1925, Boyle County, Kentucky.
48. x.   NANCY A. PIPES, b. July 18, 1846; d. January 18, 1919, Pike County, Indiana.
49. xi.   MARTHA A. PIPES, b. September 10, 1848; d. October 27, 1896, Pike County, Indiana.
50. xii.   RICHARD B. PIPES, b. 1850; d. Oklahoma.


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