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Our Graham family history

John Graham, principal author and editor
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Woodbridge, Virginia : J. Graham, 1992
iii, 449 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Includes index.

"Graham" contains the family tree of the author, John Graham. Among other writings, this document contains a complete set of the family history newsletter "Graham Ground", which was written and published by Minnie Graham Bulls (1912-1988) of Reedley, CA. The Preface and Part I contain new information about the daughters of Rev. John Thomson (c. 1690-1753) and of the Baker and Graham families in Prince Edward County, VA (c. 1750-1800). It also critiques and cites numerous errors in the previously published genealogical material by James G. Herndon and Worth S. Ray, both of whom wrote about the Thomson, Baker, and Graham families.

Includes Burnett, Carson, Graham, King, Nobles, Phillips, Rose, Shillideay, Thomson and related families.

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