Benjamin Franklin Graves (247), called Franklin, was born 12 Aug. According to the Blue Family History, one of Martha Prevosts sources of information on the family, Margaret Janet Trogdon was a school teacher before her marriage, and Keplar was a very successful farmer. They were listed on the 1880 census in Washington Twp., Boone Co., IN, and in the 1900 census in Sugar Creek Twp., Thorntown, Boone Co., IN; Sarah indicated that she had borne four children and four children were living. 1982 in Paris, Lamar Co., TX, and was buried in Evergreen Cem., Paris, TX. 1894 (or 1895) in Ada, Pontotoc Co., Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, died 9 Feb. Landry Parish, LA, and was buried in Innis, Pointe Coupee Parish, LA. Between 18, she registered to practice in the following Texas towns, listed on the back of her Permanent Certificate: Hamilton, Mills, Comanche, Eastland, Brown, Callahan, Scurry, and Randall. on June 13, 1899, she selected the town of Rising Star in which to open her practice. 1978 in Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., TX, and was buried 30 Nov. On the 1870 census in Ladoga Post Office, Clark Township, Montgomery Co., IN, his wife is listed as Francis [sic] P., age 24, born Indiana; in 1880 he was living in Pleasant View, Cherokee Co., KS, and his wife was listed as Betti, age 24, born KS; in 1900 he lived in Garden, Cherokee Co., KS with his wife Sarah, age 50, born KY. 1960 in Broadlawns General Hospital, Des Moines, and was buried in Jordan Cem., Walnut Twp., near West Des Moines, Polk Co., IA. Although her license registrations expose her search for communities that would need her dental talents, they do not reveal the courage that she had to have to search for a community that would accept a woman dentist.
1803) who stated her grandfather, John Graves, was from a John Graves, born in England, who came to America about 1635. It is believed that there may be a connection between this family and the families of Peter Graves, page 90, 1978 Graves Family Newsletter, and William B. He may be placed in Randolph Co., NC by deeds of 1787, 17, a militia record of March 1789, census records of 1790, 1800, and 1810, marriage bonds of 17, court records of 1793 and bastardy bonds of 1812, 1814, 1835, and 1839, tax rolls of 1803, 18, and a voting roll of 1817. She married Joseph Mullen Nicholson, son of Zachariah D. According to Nelle Hubbard in Pinhook to Brazil: After the death of Noah Smitherman in Troy, NC, my grandmother, Rebecca Graves Hendrix, received a notice, as well as her brothers and sisters, alike, to appear in North Carolina, and to claim their share of the estate of Noah Smitherman as he had left a fortune, and it was to be divided. 1827, Randolph Co., NC; (2) Margaret Luther married William A. 1834, Randolph Co., NC; (3) Rachel Luther married Samuel Graves, 12 Aug. 1816, married Louisa ‑‑‑‑‑‑; moved to GA and then to Clay Co., MS, (5) Harrison Luther; (6) Mary Luther married Elijah Voncannon (R‑50 says Mary Luther married Richard Graves); (7) Nancy Luther married John Auman; (8) Hillary Luther, b. Haynes, 5/5/1823-3/21/1896, Our father & mother are gone, They lie beneath the sod. Although there is not absolute proof that this is the William H. Mary Ann Graves (13) was born 5 April 1793 in Randolph Co., NC, and died 10 Oct. According to The Heritage of Montgomery County North Carolina 1981, Samuel Smitherman had two sons, Jesse Cox Smitherman, b. in the household of George and Elizabeth Cornwell, dwelling 114, page 300, children Noah and Sarah in the household of their sister [Mary] Jane Williams, dwelling 123, page 301, and Samuel with his sister Nancy Douglass family in Dick Johnson, Clay Co., IN. According to R‑50, Mary Anns parents were Jacob Luther and Rachel Callicott, therefore brother and sister Richard Graves and Susan Jane Graves married sister and brother Mary Ann Luther and Hillary Luther. 1927 in Plattsmouth, Cass Co., NE, and was buried in Pleasant Ridge Cem., 3 miles south of Plattsmouth. This family was recorded on the 1850 census in Pontotoc Co., MS, Roll M432-380, p. The more important engagements in which he participated were those at Fort Donelson, where after being twice wounded, he was taken to the Marine Hospital at Evansville, and continued there for four weeks. 1831, while enroute from NC to Indiana by horseback train (soon after the group had crossed the border of either Ohio or Indiana), and was buried by the roadside in either Ohio or Indiana. He married Agnes (Agga) Graves (#254), daughter of Leonard Graves, Jr. 1833 in Randolph Co., NC as recorded in the Randolph County Marriage Bonds List, Book 1, p. Otto Bymaster and Oval Boling, of near Carpentersville. Leacy first married Isaiah Strider, son of William Strider and Clarissa Wright, on 20 April 1856 in Randolph Co., NC (Book 1, p. Bright and Micajah Cox performed and witnessed the ceremony. 1929 at her daughter Lillies home in Anadarko, Caddo Co., OK, and was buried 7 Jan. His name appears as Drury on most records, although on his death certificate it is given as Dorias, and in the newspaper article in The Plattsmouth Journal, Dec. 110B, the 1860 census in Ellistown, Pontotoc Co., MS, Roll M655-540, p. At Shiloh, where he had command of the headquarters of General Crufts; the siege of Corenth; the battles of Inka, Perryville, and Chickamauga; the various engagements during the march to Atlanta, and the siege of that city. 1862, m(1)‑‑‑‑‑‑, 7 June 1884 (Record C23 88 lists his age as 21), m(2) ‑‑‑‑‑‑, 12 Oct. Per R‑210, which cites the Randolph Geneaolgical Journals, the name of John Graves wife is rendered as Margery in his 1811 will and in an 1815 tax roll, as Margere on the 1820 tax roll, and as Marge in a 1789 deed. As written in R‑210, Richard Graves may be placed in Randolph Co., NC by documentary evidence dating from 1785, including a signed petition, a law suit of 1789, census records of 1790, 1800, 1830, and 1840, deeds of 1791-1841, militia records of 1801-1802, a will of 1811, tax rolls of 1803, 1815, 1820, and 1828, voting records of 1817, and marriage bonds for his son Benjamin in 1822 and daughter Nancy in 1825. Nicholson and his second wife Sarah Mary Harvey (she may just have been named Sarah, but was called Mary by her family) (or Elisabeth Pritchard per R‑29), in 1816 in Randolph Co., NC. At the time they were to go my grandmother was sick, so Grandfather John Hendrix represented his wife, then with 6 of the Graves children they traveled to Troy, NC, and were given their proportionate shares, and they returned home with all gold money as that was the way of settlement. 1825, married Jane Graves, 1851; (9) Josiah Luther; (10) Harris Luther; (11) Martha Luther; (12) Elizabeth Ann Luther. Dear parents though we miss you much, We know you rest with God. Graves who married Alice Motsinger, and that he was the one who was a son of Richard Graves and Jane Williams, the circumstantial evidence is very strong. According to R‑50 and R‑210, William obtained land grant No. On the 1850 census for Sterling Twp., Crawford Co., IN, a William Graves, age 56, born North Carolina and Sarah Graves, age 56, born North Carolina are shown following an entry for John (#60) and Catharine Graves. He married Mary (Polly) Smitherman, daughter of Samuel Smitherman and Margaret ‑‑‑‑‑‑, on 7 Oct. 97); Bondsman was Stephen Lowder[milk], and Hugh Mc Cain was the witness to the ceremony. The 1850 census for Van Buren Twp., Clay Co., IN, lists their children Margaret and John W. Richard Graves (111) was born in March 1835 according to the 1900 census, in Randolph Co., NC, and died after 1910; he was recorded on the 1910 census with his daughter Pirenah Lassiter in Randolph Co., NC. 1850 in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., IA, died 2 Dec. This applicant has the appearance of being descended from white parentage; has brown hair, grey eyes, medium fair complexion; does not understand the Choctaw language and has no knowledge of any compliance on the part of her Choctaw ancestors. Gilliam (Gilly) Henry Graves (321) was born 5 April (or 10 Jan. 1910 in French Lick, Orange Co., IN, and was buried in Scarlet Ridge Cem., now known as Mt. They were recorded on the 1900 census in Johnson Twp., Crawford Co., IN, ED 26, sheet 4B, the 1910 census in Johnson Twp., Crawford Co., IN, ED 29, sheet 32A, and the 1920 census in French Lick, Orange Co., IN, ED 137, sheet 5A. stated that he owned 120 acres of land, received his mail from the Cory Post Office, was located 14 miles south of the Court House, 2 miles south of the Post Office in Perry Twp., born 1837 in Vigo Co., and was a farmer. Volunteer Infantry, was mustered in as Corporal and, with the exception of 36 days that he was held prisoner of the enemy and four weeks that he was confined to the hospital, he was with his regiment, taking part in all its marches, campaigns, and battles, and with his comrades.