James GRAY
Ada G. MACEAGHORN


Husband: James GRAY
Birth: 10 Dec 1887, Drumadoney, Dromore Parish, County Down, Northern Ireland
Baptism: 23 Mar 1888, Dromara 2nd Presbyterian Church, Dromara, County Down, Northern Ireland
Immigration: 16 May 1910, Ellis Island, Port of New York, New York
Death:  Aft 1942, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois
Burial:
Father: James GRAY
Mother: Ellen CHAMBERS

Marriage:   1921, Gary, Lake Co., Indiana

Wife: Ada G. MACEAGHORN
Birth:  24 Feb 1897, Canada
Death:  Apr 1971, Downers Grove, Du Page Co., Illinois
Burial:
Father:
Mother:

Children:
1. William R. GRAY, b: 20 Nov 1923, Gary, Lake Co., Indiana
                                 d: 27 Jul 2004, Springfield, Sangamon Co., Illinois
__________
Notes:
James was enrolled in the Dromara Elementary School on the 13th of April 1893, age 4.  Records show he was of the Presbyterian denomination, from Drumadoney, and his father was a farmer.  He attended there until May 10, 1901 when he was 'struck off' with no reason noted.

Per the Passage Manifest and Passenger records of the Celtic, Ellis Island Foundation, New York, New York: James immigrated to the United States from Ireland in May of 1910.  He was the 1st of the four brothers to do so.  He departed Liverpool, England on May 7, 1910 and arrived at Ellis Island on May 16, 1910.  He arrived in the U.S. with merely $32.

1930 Federal Census Data (T626_0502, Page 24B), Lyons Village, Cook Co., Illinois,
                                                                                    Enumeration District: 2170, Enumeration Date: 19-Apr-1930, Family #341

 NAME

Relation

Sex

Age

M/S W/D

Age Marr

POB

Fa. POB

Mo. POB

 In Sch

Occupation

 GRAY, James

 Head

M

41

M

33

N Ire

N Ire

N Ire

 

 Builder / Private Houses

             Ada G

 Wife

F

30

M

23

Can

Can

Can

 

 None

             William R

 Son

M

6

S

 

IN

N Ire

Can

X

 None

__________
Sources:
1) Husband - Birth/Baptism: Dromara 2nd Presbyterian Baptisms, 1853-1923
2) Husband - Immigration: Ellis Island Foundation Passage Manifests, 1910