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Submitted: 9/13/11 • Approved: 12/23/13 • Last Updated: 12/26/13 • R587224-G0-S3
Company B 34th Regiment Arkansas Infantry
Civil War Confederate
August 21, 1836 - January 1, 1863
Fell mortally wounded at the Battle Of Prairie Grove AR on December 7, 1862.
Arkansas Confederate Census
GRAY, James Franklin, died from a wound received at the Battle of Prairie Grove on January 1, 1863. Subject was born August 21, 1836 in Washington County, Arkansas, the son of Stanford Poly Gray of Tennessee and his wife Elizabeth Brooks Ormes. He was educated in the common schools of the county and at Cane Hill College. He served in the 34th Arkansas Infantry.
Contributed By Alvin Derby
Contributed on 9/13/11
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Record #: 587224