Gen. 1: Edward Graham
Gen. 2: William Graham
Gen. 3: Thomas Graham
Gen. 4: Margaret Graham
Generation 2: William Graham
William Graham (Edward1) was born Abt. 1819
in Minnigaff, Kirkudbright, Scotland 1, and he died of "inflamed bowels" at 11:30am on October 06, 1861 in Minnigaff,
Kirkudbright, Scotland3. He married Margaret Reid December 01, 1840 in
Minnigaff, Kirkudbright, Scotland4. She was born November 22, 1819 in Kirkinner,
Wigtown, Scotland5, and died December 26, 1903 in Blackcraig, Minnigaff, Kirkudbright,
Notes for William Graham: He appears with his family on the 1851 Census. He died at 11:30
p.m., October 6, 1861, of "inflamed bowels". His condition had lasted 30 hours
before death. Information was provided by his son, James.
Notes for Margaret Reid: Died at 3:30 a.m. on December 26, 1903 of "cerebral
apoplexy" that had occurred 16 days earlier.
Marriage Notes for William Graham and Margaret Reid: "Nov. 13th 1840, William
Graham, Carsphairn & Margaret Reid, Minnigaff, have given in their names,
in order to proclamation of Banns. They were regularly proclaimed & married
by the Rev. M. I. Johnstone on the first of December 1840." Certified copy of
register in Graham book.
Children of William Graham and Margaret Reid are:
Jane3 Graham was born December 02, 1840 in Minnigaff, Kirkudbright, Scotland.
Mary Graham was born January 08, 1843 in Minnigaff, Kirkudbright,
James Graham was born about 1845.
Margaret Conning Graham was born March 08, 1846 in Minnigaff, Kirkudbright, Scotland.
Isabella Graham was born December 26, 1847 in Minnigaff, Kirkudbright, Scotland.
Sarah Graham was born August 26, 1849 in Minnigaff, Kirkudbright, Scotland.
William Graham was born about 1851 in Minnigaff, Kirkudbright, Scotland.
Edward Graham was born June 12, 1853 in Minnigaff, Kirkudbright, Scotland.
Thomas Graham was born February 12, 1855 in Parish of Minnigaff, Co. Kirkcudbright, Scotland;
died April 03, 1917 in Kirknewton & East Calder, Midlothian, Scotland.
Helen Graham was born September 04, 1858 in Minnigaff, Kirkudbright, Scotland.