James Grey is said to be of Longhorsley South Moor and the Chirm on the Milfield Family tree. He was the son of John of Longhorsley who wrote in his will he had three farms: "at Nesbit in the parish of Chatton, Wingates in the parish of Longhorsley and at Longhorsley." Since it is known that James' brothers William and George were occupiers of Nesbit it looks as if James may have been one of the older brothers since he had inherited two of his father's farms.
An old family tree has James as the father of James of Berrington but it looks more likely that he was unmarried.
The Chirm.

James Grey Born about 1743

Died 1813 at Milfield aged 70. Buried on 8 May 1813 at St Michael and All Angels, Ford.