Established 1923 just south of town. A local ladies group - The Homemakers - purchased the land for the cemetery from Bill Greenslade - $150. They also paid for the upkeep, including fencing and tree planting.
A Williamson baby was the first burial. Mr. A. Marty (blacksmith) built the little casket.
The Gray Cemetery title was transferred to the Gray United Church in 1954.
The original ‘plans’ have been discovered and volunteers are hopeful that one day the project will be completed as originally mapped. A central driveway with a landscaped turn-around.
Axford baby 1923
Baker, Henry Lincoln 1882-1929
Burwell, Charles 1881-1938
Cuddington baby (no gravestone)
Fisk, Alma 1873-1930
Fisk, Ernest Wilbur 1873-1934
(Fisk) Leopold, Nina E 1900-1923
Ford, Drexel Glen 1949-2003
Lafoy, Addah (Carpenter) 1884-1966
Lafoy, Adeline (Sparks) 1910-1930
Lafoy, Dell (McNutt) 1883-1970
Lafoy, George 1860-1935
Lafoy, Eloise Belle 1914-1934
Lafoy, Elizabeth 1904-1986
Lafoy, Francis 1911-1929?
Lafoy, Jacob C 1869-1950
Lafoy, Maggie Frances 1872-1953
LaFoy, Manley 1937-2019
(Lafoy) Crawley, Mitzi Lynn 1928-2011
Lafoy, Morley (Jeep) Delno 1927-1976
LaFoy, Plummer 1904-1935
Lafoy, Tipson (Tip) 1875-1957
LaFoy, Wylie Winfield 1901-1984
Lewis-Simmonds, Florence ‘Flo’ 1929-2013
Lewis, Ron Laverne 1930-1985
Lewis, Glenn Alvin 1931-1944
(Lewis) Kuski, Lisa Joy 1976-2011
McGillivray, Annie Maria Jones 1864-1939
McGillivray, George William 1859-1937
Neil, William (Bill) Allen 1963-1992
Robbins, Randall Scott 1964-2014
Shostal, Chad Jason 1973-2015
Staten, Arthur E. (Teddy) 1862-1946
Staten, Louisa 1872-1945
Williamson baby (no gravestone)
Yeo, Fred E. Sr 1941-1992