Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service (British Army)
Emily Gray was the daughter of Mary Gray, of Sherries Hill, Caledon, Co. Tyrone. Emily was born in Tyrone about 1884. The 1901 census records Emily as 17 years old, living with family at Killynaul, Minterburn, Tyrone. Her mother Mary was a widow by 1901. Staff Nurse Emily Gray was with the Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service. She died on 16 January 1919. Emily Gray is commemorated on the QAIMNS memorial in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast. and also the QAIMNS memorial in the North Transept of York Minster, England and are known as the Five Sisters Window.
Minterburn Presbyterian Church Graveyard is north west of Caledon. Emily Gray's grave is located in the Minterburn Presbyterian Church Graveyard on the opposite side of the road to Minterburn Presbyterian Church. The grave can be found through the entrance gate, 1st grave on the left side of the gate and adjacent to roadside boundary wall.