Henry Bramlette Gray (born February 8, 1867 in Calhoun, Georgia; died April 30, 1919) was the sixth Lieutenant Governor of Alabama, from 1907 to 1911.
Gray, the son of Zachary and Hannah Gray, grew up in Gerogia and went to work for the Atlanta Constitution in 1885. He moved to Birmingham in 1887 to take on the role of business manager for the Birmingham Age-Herald which he retained until 1892. In 1895 he was elected president of the People's Bank & Trust Company. He married Bessie Martin, daughter of Alburto Martin in 1891 and had one son.
1896 he was elected to the Birmingham Board of Aldermen and a year later was appointed to the Birmingham Board of Education. In 1900 Gray was elected to a four-year term as Treasurer of Jefferson County.
Gray joined the staff of Governor William Jelks in 1901 and was active in the Jefferson County Democratic Executive Committee. In 1907 Gray defeated D. J. Meador and Emmet O'Neal to become Lieutenant Governor. His deciding vote in the Alabama Senate was crucial in the passage of the "Greater Birmingham" legislation that merged several outlying cities into Birmingham in 1910.
Gray was a member of St Mary's on the Highlands Episcopal Church and also a Mason, Knight Templar, Shriner, Knight of Pythias, Odd Fellow and Elk.
|Lieutenant Governor of Alabama
1907 – 1911
- Dubose, Joel Campbell (1904) Notable men of Alabama: Personal and Genealogical 2 Volumes. Atlanta, Georgia: Southern Historical Association
- Henry Bramlette Gray (August 25, 2009) Alabama Department of Archives and History