January 21, 1973, The Daily News Journal
“Comments of the Archivist” will be Henry G. Wray’s topic when he speaks to the Women’s Club Monday, January 22. Mr. Wray is the Rutherford County Archivist.
He will be presented by the Public Interest Department. Mrs. John Richmond is chairman.
Mr. Wray was before his retirement a mechanical engineer for several of the largest architectural-engineering firms in the Los Angeles area. Prior to that he was a civil engineer and cartographer for the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Educated at Castle Heights Military Academy and the National University Law School in Washington, D.C., he is a member of the Sigma Delta Kappa legal fraternity.
When he retired in 1968, Mr. Wray returned to Tennessee and settled in Rutherford County, where his ancestors from North Carolina and Virginia settled in the early 1800s.
His hobbies are genealogy and history. A Masonic life member and past master and past high priest, he is president of the Stones River Sons of the American Revolution and past president of the Rutherford County Historical Society.