Clifton Merritt Gray, American clergyman. Mason (32°, Shriner).
Gray, Clifton Merritt was born on September 10, 1873 in Cape Rosier, Maine, United States. Son of Martin Seymour and Ella Sarah (Dyer) Gray.
Preparatory education, Castine (Maine) Normal School. Graduate Meadville (Pennsylvania) Theological School, 1898. Graduate study Harvard Division School, 1899, College of Charleston (South Carolina.).
Ordained ministry Unitarian Church, 1899. Minister Millbury, Massachusetts, 1899-1901, Charleston, South Carolina., 1901-1921, Topeka, Kansas, since 1921. Chairman and district organizer of 4-minute men, publicity chairman War Camp Community Service and denominational chaplain Camp Jackson, World War.