Edward George Gray went by the first name of George, which isn't evident from his initials (he was born Edward George), but I happened to stumble upon the Wikipedia article below. From there, I found his obituary.
From his obituary:
GEORGE GRAY was a pioneer in the study of brain ultrastructure. He was Professor of Cytology in the anatomy department at University College London from 1967 to 1977 and then headed the Laboratory of Biological Ultrastructure at the National Institute for Medical Research.
From the Wikipedia article for synaptosome:
In a collaborative study with the electron microscopist George Gray from University College London, Victor P. Whittaker eventually showed that the acetylcholine-rich particles derived from guinea-pig cerebral cortex were synaptic vesicle-rich pinched-off nerve terminals. Whittaker coined the term synaptosome to describe these fractionation-derived particles and shortly thereafter synaptic vesicles could be isolated from lysed synaptosomes