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Elizabeth Otis (Gray)

Birthdate: (29)
Birthplace: Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Death: January 22, 1779 (29)
Boston, MA, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Hon. Harrison Gray and Elizabeth Gray
Wife of Hon. Samuel Allyne Otis, 1st Secretary of the U.S. Senate (Continental Army)
Mother of Harrison Gray Otis, U.S. Senator; Elizabeth Otis; Samuel Allyne Otis; Abigail Otis; Jonathan Mayhew Otis and 1 other
Sister of Harrison Gray, Jr.; Lewis Gray; Edward Gray and John Gray

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Gray genealogy : being a genealogical record and history of the descendants of John Gray, of Beverly, Mass., and also including sketches of other Gray families (1887)

Author: Raymond, Marcius Denison, 1833-1911 Subject: Gray family Publisher: Tarrytown, N.Y. : [s.n.] Year: 1887 Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT Language: English Call number: 31833012825441 Digitizing sponsor: MSN Book contributor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Collection: allen_county; americana Notes: No TOC. Toward the end of the book there are inconsistencies in the numbering of the pages; from page 278 to 287. Scanfactors: 3

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Hon. Harrison Gray, b. 1701; mar. Elizabeth Lewis, 1734 he wasTreasurer of Province; left Boston with British troops, 1776.

Had Harrison, b. in 1740, who d. in London, 1830;

Lewis, who mar. Susannah Jackson;


and Elizabeth, b. 1746, who mar. Samuel A. Otis, the Patriot, whence Harrison Gray Otis.


Title The Loyalists of Massachusetts And the Other Side of the American Revolution Author James Henry Stark Publisher Library of Alexandria, 1972 ISBN 1465573917, 9781465573919


When Boston was evacuated, Mr. Gray, urged by a sense of duty, with the male members of his family, tore himself away from his adored and only daughter, Mrs. S. A. Otis, which so preyed upon her peace of mind that it finally caused her death.


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Elizabeth Otis's Timeline

June 22, 1749
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
October 8, 1765
Age 16
Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts
April 6, 1767
Age 17
Cambridge, MA, United States
Age 18
Cambridge, MA, United States
Age 24
Cambridge, MA, United States
January 22, 1779
Age 29
Boston, MA, United States
Cambridge, MA, United States
Cambridge, MA, United States