California Genealogy and History Archives
TINGEY CRAVEN GREGORY
Residence, San Francisco; office, Alaska Commercial Building, San Francisco. Born October 4, 1878, in Suisun, California. Son of Judge John M. and Evelyn Tingey (Craven) Gregory. Married to Gertrude Martin, April 15, 1903. Graduated from Stanford University in 1899 and took post- graduate work until 1901 in the Stanford Law School. Admitted to the bar of California in 1901, and commenced the practice of his profession, associated with his father in Solano county, and was elected district attorney of that county in 1901, continuing until 1906. Moved to San Francisco in 1909, and continues in the active practice of his profession. President of the Vallejo and Northern Railroad Company and the Sacramento and Woodland Railroad Company. Member of the Bohemian, Ohmipic, The Family, Commercial and Commonwealth Clubs of San Francisco, the Sutter Club of Sacramento, the Masonic Fraternity, Beta Theta college fraternity and Knights Templar. Democrat.
Transcribed by Peggy Hooper 2011