Oscar Lee Gray

Oscar Lee Gray ( born July 2, 1865 in Mississippi; † January 2, 1936 in Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana) was an American lawyer, judge and politician ( Democratic Party).


Oscar Lee Gray visited the community school in Choctaw County and then graduated in 1885 from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. After that, he taught for several years. He studied law and began after his admission to the attorney in Alabama to practice. He also served as superintendent of education in Choctaw County. Gray was 1904-1910 Solicitor on the first judicial district of Alabama. He took 1912 as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in part. Then he was elected to the 64th U.S. Congress and re-elected in the following 65 U.S. Congress. He served in the U.S. House of Representatives on 4 March 1915 to 3 March 1919. Then he took his work as a lawyer again. In November 1934 he was elected judge of the first judicial district of Alabama.

Oscar Lee Gray died 1936 in Shreveport and was buried there at Forest Park Cemetery.