Hello fellow researchers!
I am conducting research on a Civil Rights case from 1882. It was Gray v. Cincinnati Southern Railway. The plaintiffs in the case were an African American couple, William H. and Selina(Selena) J. Gray. I am looking for further information on Rev. and Mrs. Gray. What I do know is that they were living in Lexington, Kentucky in the 1880s and that he was the paster of the Independent Baptist Church (now the Main Street Baptist Church). From one census record, I know that William was born in 1841 in Maryland and Selina was born in 1853 in Tennessee, and they were both listed as mulatto. They might have had at least one child. If anyone has any information on William and/or Selina, I would greatly appreciate it.
Thanks in advance,