From History of Huntington County, 1887, page 487
Charles E. Grayston, M. D., a native of Huntington, was born November 17, 1857. He is the second son of Frederick S. C. and Isabella Grayston, a sketch of whom appears elsewhere in this work. He graduated from the High School of this city, in 1877. In 1878, he entered the North-Western University at Evanston, Ills., where he remained one year. During one term he gave especial attention to the study of chemistry. In 1881, he graduated from the Medical College of Ohio, at Cincinnati, having previously attended two regular courses of instruction in that institution. He has since had conferred upon him the Ad Eundem Degree by the Ft. Wayne Medical College. His practice has been general in its nature, though he has given particular attention to diseases of the eye and ear, and at present he is taking a special course in the Eye and Ear Infirmary of Chicago. His marriage to Jennie Davies, daughter of Jesse and Louisa (Weist) Davies, occurred October 12, 1882. To them two children have been born, a son that died in infancy, unnamed, and a daughter, Florence V., living.