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Pleasant Gray was born on 25 Jun, 1806 in Kentucky. He was counted in the census in 1830 in Tipton County, Tennessee.

  • Legal Record: 24 Dec 1832 in Tipton County, Tennessee; Purchased 100 acres from father-in-law, Michael Holshouser.
  • Legal Record: 30 Sep 1833 in Tipton County, Tennessee; Sold 100 acres land to John McKee.
  • Legal Record: 16 Mar 1834 in Coahuila y Tejas; Character Certificate witnessed by Joseph Lindley and Elijah Collard.
  • Legal Record: Bet. 1835–1836 in Huntsville, Montgomery County, Republic of Texas; Established trading post that became Huntsville, Walker County, Texas.
  • Legal Record: 10 Jul 1835 in Coahuila y Tejas; Received labor of land (177.12 acres).
  • Legal Record: 12 Jul 1835 in Coahuila y Tejas; Received league of land (4,428.4 acres).
  • Legal Record: 11 Sep 1837 in Huntsville, Montgomery County, Republic of Texas; Prints advertisement for real estate sale[11].
  • Legal Record: 14 Dec 1837 in Montgomery County, Republic of Texas; One of first county commissioners when county created.
  • Legal Record: Bet. Nov 1841–May 1846 in Walker County, Texas; Summary of land sales prepared by Gary Lynn Carter[13].
  • He served in the military in 1842 in Republic of Texas (Served as Second Lieutenant in Capt. A. R. Taylor’s Co.).
  • He signed a will on 13 Mar 1849 in Huntsville, Walker County, Texas.
  • Legal Record: May 1849 in Independence, Clay Count, Missouri; Wrote letter home from Missouri.
  • He died on 09 Jun 1849 in near Platte River, Cherry County, Nebraska[18, 19].
  • His estate was probated on 24 Sep 1849 in Huntsville, Walker County, Texas (Hannah Gray appointed executrix).
  • His estate was probated on 24 Mar 1853 in Huntsville, Walker County, Texas (Inventory of Estate Filed).
  • He served in the military on 28 Aug 1854 in Walker County, Texas (Hannah Gray, executrix, appoints agent to receive military payment).
  • He served in the military in Oct 1854 (Estate Received $94.26 for service).
  • His estate was probated in Feb 1856 in Huntsville, Walker County, Texas (Michael and John A. Gray petion for partition of estate).
  • Sex: Male.
  • His cause of death was Cholera.

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