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The Rembert Ernest Graham family book of remembrance, ca.1570-1962

compiled by Ernest Graham & Frances Oralee (Jones) Graham
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1986
on 1 microfilm reel : chiefly geneal. tables, ports. (some col.) ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm made of manuscript collection (ca.500 leaves, handwritten, some typewritten, some carbon copy) prepared and donated by R. Ernest Graham, Columbia, South Carolina.

Rembert Ernest Graham (b.1915) was a son of John Christopher Graham (1865-1916) and Frances Oralee Jones, second wife of John Christopher, and was born in Clarendon County, South Carolina. Ernest became a Mormon convert in 1937, and in 1942 married Hazel Lucile Miller, also a Mormon convert. They settled in Columbia, South Carolina, and had 7 children by 1957; they were sealed in a temple in 1946. Ernest was a direct descendant in the seventh generation of John Graham Sr. (1694-1774), who immigrated from Ireland to Exeter, New Hampshire. John Sr. was a son of Andrew Graham (b.1658), who had immigrated from Scotland to Ireland. Descendants and relatives of John Sr. and Andrew lived in New England, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Iowa and elsewhere. Some ancestors lived in England.

Includes Chewning, Gardner, Gayle, Griffin, Jones, Livingston, Louder, Manning, Mitchell, Richburn, Ridwill, Sanborn, Sheldon, Southwell, Storm, Stukes and related families.

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