Henry B. Gray

Henry Bramlette Gray ( born February 8, 1867 Calhoun County, Alabama, † April 30, 1919 ) was an American politician and from 1907 to 1911, the sixth Lieutenant Governor of Alabama.

After a good college degree to Gray operated from 1885 at the Atlanta Constitution, a newspaper. In 1887 he changed his profession and place was until 1892 when Age Herald active.

His political career began in 1896 with the election to the city council of Birmingham. A year later he was a member of the Department of Education. In 1900 he was treasurer of Jefferson County. He held this office for four years. Starting 1895, he had had experience in the financial sector as Chairman of the People's Savings Bank and Trust Co., one of the best-known regional banks.

With the election in 1906 as Vice Governor of Alabama Gray had reached its political zenith. He held that post from 1907 to 1911. Like its predecessor, Russell McWhortor Cunningham and his successor, Walter D. Seed, he was a member of the Democratic Party.

Since April 15, 1891 he was married to Bessie matrine. The two were married in Birmingham.