City Directories and History: This is one of ten pages of hundreds of individuals and family images who proudly link their heritage to the Gray Court and Owing Communities. Many of the images have been provided by the Gray Court and Owings Historical Society. Images are not in any particular order and maybe associated with specific addresses on the overall R&R Lauren’s County website. Pages include and can be accessed by clicking on the highlighted sites: Gray Court and Owings – People also see: Gray Court and Owings – People #2, Gray Court and Owings – People #3, Gray Court and Owings – People #4, Gray Court and Owings – People #5, Gray Court and Owings – People #6, Gray Court and Owings – People #7, Gray Court and Owings – People #8, Gray Court and Owings – People #9, Gray Court and Owings – People #10.
Many images from the Gray Court and Owings Pictorial History Book are not included in these pages but can be seen in the newest version of the book published in 2014. Additional histories and information on any of the images displayed on R&R is also welcomed. Please provide it via the comments section at the bottom of each page.
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