George Zabriskie Gray

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George Zabriskie Gray (July 14, 1837-August 4, 1889) was a notable clergyman, educator and theologian of the Episcopal Church in the United States. He was born in New York City, and served as rector of St. Paul's Church, Kinderhook, New York and Trinity Church, Bergen Point, New Jersey before his tenure as dean of Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge, Massachusetts (now Episcopal Divinity School) from 1876-1889.

He married Kate Forrest on June 19, 1862. His brother was jurist John Clinton Gray. He was of French-Huguenot and Polish descent.[1]

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  1. ^ William Lawrence (1890). George Zabriskie Gray, p. p: A memorial sermon preached at St. John's memorial chapel, Cambridge, Massachusetts, on the feast of All Saints, November 1, 1889. Printed for the family. pp. 6–.