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  • Delmar Alfred Wartman (1915 - 1981)
    Pierceville,Ks--Delmar Alfred Wartman,65, was found dead Thursday, March 5,1981 at his home near Ingalls,Ks. Born Dec.31,1915 at Johnson, Ks to Charles John and Ruby Lavinah(Leigh) Wartman. He was a re...
  • John Albert Wartman (1917 - 2010)
    John "Jack" Wartman, 93, of Pierceville, died Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010, at The Shepherd's Center in Cimarron. He was born Aug. 5, 1917, in Johnson City, to Charles and Ruby Leigh Wartman. A residen...
  • Charles Harry Wartman (1910 - 1963)
    Garden City Telegram-Printed on Aug.20,1963 Charles Harry "Pat" Wartman,52, died Aug.18,1963 from injuries received in a vehicle accident near Cimarron,Ks. He was born Dec.25,1910 in Stanton county...
  • Lenora N. Wartman (1925 - 2016)
    PIERCEVILLE,KS.--- Lenora Wartman,90,died Wednesday,February 3,2016 at The Shepherd's Center in Cimarron,Ks. She was born Sept. 26,1925 in Hoisington,Ks to Edmond and Ida Popp Ochs. On January 30,194...

Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Gray County, Kansas.

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Gray County was founded in 1881 and named for Alfred Gray. Between 1887 and 1893, a county seat war took place in Gray County that involved several notable Old West figures, such as Bat Masterson, Bill Tilghman, and Ben Daniels. As a result of the dispute, Cimarron became the permanent county seat of Gray County.

Gray County has by far the highest percentage of adherents of the Church of God in Christ, Mennonite in the US.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns, Townships & Communities

  • Charleston
  • Cimarron
  • Copeland
  • East Hess
  • Ensign
  • Foote
  • Haggard
  • Ingalls
  • Logan
  • Montezuma

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Genealogy Trails

Doc Barton's House

The New West Hotel

The Old Gray County Courthouse

Battle of Cimarron