George W Graham1,2

M, #4383, b. 1838
Father*Daniel Dees Graham1 b. c 1800, d. 24 May 1844
Mother*Martha "Patsey" Daniels1 b. 1808, d. 25 Jun 1870
Birth*1838 George W Graham was born in 1838.1 
 He was the son of Daniel Dees Graham and Martha "Patsey" Daniels.1 
MILITARY*1862 He served in the military in 1862 at Pulaski County, GA, Notes for GEORGE W. GRAHAM:
31st Regiment, Co. F, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, CSA Pulaski County, Georgia "Pulaski Blues"
Graham, George W. - Private May 5, 1862. Severely wounded in back and sholder at Gettysburg, Pa. July 2, 1863 and captured in hospital near there, Condition unfavorable, July 3, 1863. Transferred to Provost Marshal Dec 2, 1863. No later record.2 
Last Edited5 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  2. [S587] Unknown subject MVW file.

Green G. Graham1

M, #4377, b. circa 1780, d. circa 1810
Birth*circa 1780 Green G. Graham was born circa 1780. 
MARRIAGE*circa 1799 He married Elizabeth (?) circa 1799. 
Death*circa 1810 He died circa 1810 The newspaper article about his son's death says that Daniel (son) was raised from an early age by his stepfather, William Barefoot. Apparently Barefoot raised him to be a thief and worse. Green Grayham gave security for a $500. debt at about the same time that Miles and William Barefoots were listed as jurors in Pulaski county Georgia. 

Family

Elizabeth (?) b. 1785, d. circa 1890
Children
Last Edited14 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. There is a Green G. Graham born in 1785 who could be this person.
  2. [S54] 1860 Census;.

Grissel Graham

F, #2452
Father*/Graham/ (?)
Mother*Elizabeth Graham d. 18 Sep 1734
 Grissel Graham was the daughter of /Graham/ (?) and Elizabeth Graham
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Herman Graham1

M, #4759, b. 16 February 1904, d. 8 October 1969
Father*James Graham1 b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 Dec 1904
Mother*Lucy Clemtine Hobbs1 b. Oct 1861
Birth*16 February 1904 Herman Graham was born on 16 February 1904.1 
 He was the son of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs.1 
MARRIAGE*8 July 1923 He married Tynie Phillips on 8 July 1923.1 
Death*8 October 1969 He died on 8 October 1969 at age 65.1 

Family

Tynie Phillips b. 28 October 1906, d. 15 April 1988
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.

Ida Graham1

F, #4322, b. 1905
Father*John Graham Jr.1 b. 1875, d. a 1956
Mother*Pinkney Davis1 b. 1886, d. 29 Apr 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*1905 Ida Graham was born in 1905.1 
 She was the daughter of John Graham Jr. and Pinkney Davis.1 
Last Edited13 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S61] 1920 Census;.

James Graham1

M, #4379, b. 1828
Father*Daniel Dees Graham1 b. c 1800, d. 24 May 1844
Mother*Martha "Patsey" Daniels1 b. 1808, d. 25 Jun 1870
Birth*1828 James Graham was born in 1828.1 
 He was the son of Daniel Dees Graham and Martha "Patsey" Daniels.1 
MARRIAGE*26 January 1851 He married Charlotte Butler on 26 January 1851.2 
MURDER He was involved in a murder. 

Family

Charlotte Butler
Child
Last Edited7 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  2. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
  3. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.

James Graham1

M, #4489, b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 December 1904
Father*James Graham1 b. 1828
Mother*Charlotte Butler1
MARRIAGE* James Graham married Lucy Clemtine Hobbs.1 
Birth*25 May 1855 He was born on 25 May 1855.1 
 He was the son of James Graham and Charlotte Butler.1 
Death*23 December 1904 He died on 23 December 1904 at Dodge County, GA, at age 49 Hawkinsville Dispatch, Hawkinsville, Georgia
Wednesday, January 4, 1905
Cochran, GA, January 2-- Mr. James Graham, a prosperous farmer, was found dead in front of his home on Christmas eve morning. He was shot Friday night about eight o'clock. The general supposition at first was that he committed suicide but after through investigation the conclusion reached was that he came to his death at the hands of unknown parties. His family was away from home and no one knew anything of his death at the time it occurred. He was shot with a shot gun and from the evidence he was shot at the space of several yards, as the shot scattered at least two feet over his body. Mr. Graham was evidently robbed as his pocket book and watch were missing and his papers scattered over the ground.

Times Journal, Eastman, Georgia
Thursday January 5, 1905
Mr. Jim Graham, who resided near Younker, in Pulaski County was found dead in his yard on Friday night, December 23rd. , having been shot in the bowels with a shot gun. It is said that Mr. Graham had been drinking excessively and had run his family away from home, therefore no one knows the circumstances connected with the killing. Mr. Graham was about sixty years of age and leaves a wife and thirteen children.

Hawkinsville Dispatch, Hawkinsville, Georgia
Wednesday, February 8, 1905
Georgia, Pulaski County: Mrs Lucy C. Graham, widow of James Graham, files for 12 months support for herself and eight minor children. (Signed) P. T. McGriff, Ordinary

Hawkinsville Dispatch, Hawkinsville, Georgia
Tuesday, June 12, 1906
A PROCLAMATION. By J. M. Terrell, Govenor of Georgia.
Whereas, I have received official information, that a murder was committed on the body of James Graham, in the county of Pulaski, in this state, on the 24th of December, 1904, by an unknown person; and whereas and it being represented to me, that said unknown person has fled from justice, --I have thought proper to issue this , my proclamation, hereby offering a rewartd of $200 for the apprehension and delivery, to the Sheriff or Jailer of said county, the body of the said unknown person; and I do moreover charge and require all officers, civil and military, to be vigilant in the endeavoring to apprehend and bring to trial the said fugitive, in order that he may undergo a trial for the offense with which he is charged. By the Govenor, Phillip Cook, Secretary of State.1 
Biography*  Descendants of James Graham

Generation No. 1

1. JAMES1 GRAHAM was born May 25, 1855, and died December 23, 1904 in Dodge County, Georgia. He married LUCY CLEMENTINE HOBBS, daughter of J. HOBBS and UNITY SCARBOROUGH. She was born Abt. 1862.

Notes for JAMES GRAHAM:
1880 Dodge County, Georgia census, Dist. 317, p. 479A
Graham     James          26     Farmer
     Clemintine     17
     Ida          3 dau
     Lotta          2 dau
     Martha A. E.     4 months dau

1900 Pulaski County Census, Dist 387, p. 97
Graham     James          45     May 1855
     Lucy C.          38     Oct 1861
     Fannie C.          18     Mar 1882 dau
     Leler M.          16     Dec 1883 dau
     William D.     13     Dec 1886 son
     Lola J.          11     Dec 1889 dau
     Larry S.          9     Mar 1891 son
     Birtha L.          7     Jan 1893 dau
     Josie A.          5     May 1895 dau
     James           2     Apr 1898 son
     Johnnie          4 months Feb 1900 son


Hawkinsville Dispatch, Hawkinsville, Georgia
Wednesday, January 4, 1905
Cochran, GA, January 2-- Mr. James Graham, a prosperous farmer, was found dead in front of his home on Christmas eve morning. He was shot Friday night about eight o'clock. The general supposition at first was that he committed suicide but after through investigation the conclusion reached was that he came to his death at the hands of unknown parties. His family was away from home and no one knew anything of his death at the time it occurred. He was shot with a shot gun and from the evidence he was shot at the space of several yards, as the shot scattered at least two feet over his body. Mr. Graham was evidently robbed as his pocket book and watch were missing and his papers scattered over the ground.

Times Journal, Eastman, Georgia
Thursday January 5, 1905
Mr. Jim Graham, who resided near Younker, in Pulaski County was found dead in his yard on Friday night, December 23rd. , having been shot in the bowels with a shot gun. It is said that Mr. Graham had been drinking excessively and had run his family away from home, therefore no one knows the circumstances connected with the killing. Mr. Graham was about sixty years of age and leaves a wife and thirteen children.

Hawkinsville Dispatch, Hawkinsville, Georgia
Wednesday, February 8, 1905
Georgia, Pulaski County: Mrs Lucy C. Graham, widow of James Graham, files for 12 months support for herself and eight minor children. (Signed) P. T. McGriff, Ordinary

Hawkinsville Dispatch, Hawkinsville, Georgia
Tuesday, June 12, 1906
A PROCLAMATION. By J. M. Terrell, Govenor of Georgia.
Whereas, I have received official information, that a murder was committed on the body of James Graham, in the county of Pulaski, in this state, on the 24th of December, 1904, by an unknown person; and whereas and it being represented to me, that said unknown person has fled from justice, --I have thought proper to issue this , my proclamation, hereby offering a rewartd of $200 for the apprehension and delivery, to the Sheriff or Jailer of said county, the body of the said unknown person; and I do moreover charge and require all officers, civil and military, to be vigilant in the endeavoring to apprehend and bring to trial the said fugitive, in order that he may undergo a trial for the offense with which he is charged. By the Govenor, Phillip Cook, Secretary of State

More About JAMES GRAHAM:
Burial: Hobbs Family Cemetery,Dodge County, Georgia

Notes for LUCY CLEMENTINE HOBBS:
There is an unmarked grave beside the grave of James Graham and that is probably Lucy.
     
Children of JAMES GRAHAM and LUCY HOBBS are:
     i.     MARY IDA2 GRAHAM, b. 1876; d. 1956; m. (1) WILLIAM DYKES, November 25, 1894, Pulaski County, Georgia; m. (2) JOHN HOLLAND, JR., November 06, 1906, Pulaski Co., GA; m. (3) JAMES WILLIAM MULLIS, December 22, 1915, Bleckley County, Georgia; b. June 16, 1872; d. January 04, 1930.

More About MARY IDA GRAHAM:
Burial: Hobbs Family Cemetery, Dodge County, Georgia

More About WILLIAM DYKES and MARY GRAHAM:
Marriage: November 25, 1894, Pulaski County, Georgia

More About JOHN HOLLAND and MARY GRAHAM:
Marriage: November 06, 1906, Pulaski Co., GA

More About JAMES WILLIAM MULLIS:
Burial: Hobbs Family Cemetery,Dodge County, Georgia

More About JAMES MULLIS and MARY GRAHAM:
Marriage: December 22, 1915, Bleckley County, Georgia
Marriage contract: Book A, page 47

     ii.     CHARLOTTE GRAHAM, b. May 1878; m. ROBERT FRANK HOLLAND, December 22, 1895, Pulaski County, Georgia; b. August 1874.

Notes for ROBERT FRANK HOLLAND:
1900 Dodge County, Georgia, Rawlins 317, p. 232A, June 12, family no. 204
Holland     Robert F.          head     Aug 1874          25 farmer
     Lottie          wife     May 1878     22
     vivian          dau     Feb 1898          2
     Vanna L.          dau     Mar 1900          2 months
Singletary     Charles          May 1886     14 boarder

Married 4 years, 2 children, 2 living

1910 Dodge County, Georgia, Rawlins, 317, family no. 259
Holland     Robert F.          head               36 M1 farmer
     Lottie          wife               34 M1
     Vivian          dau               12
     Vanna L.          dau               10
     Albert          son               8
     Minnie B.          dau               7
     Bertie M.          dau               5
     Alina          dau               2

Married 14 years, 6 children, 6 living


1920 Atkinson County, Georgia, Willacoachee, GMD 1026, p. 132A, no. 219


More About ROBERT HOLLAND and CHARLOTTE GRAHAM:
Marriage: December 22, 1895, Pulaski County, Georgia

     iii.     MARTHA A. E. GRAHAM, b. 1880; m. JAMES WILLIAM MULLIS, September 25, 1898, Pulaski County, Georgia; b. June 16, 1872; d. January 04, 1930.

More About JAMES WILLIAM MULLIS:
Burial: Hobbs Family Cemetery,Dodge County, Georgia

More About JAMES MULLIS and MARTHA GRAHAM:
Marriage: September 25, 1898, Pulaski County, Georgia

     iv.     FANNIE C. GRAHAM, b. March 1882; d. April 15, 1938; m. OLIVER JONES, August 26, 1900, Pulaski County, Georgia.

Notes for FANNIE C. GRAHAM:
Cochran Journal dated Thursday April 21,1938

Fannie Graham Jones,56, died at her home Friday after a long illness. Born in Pulaski County (now Bleckley). Survivors are her husband O. H. Jones. 3 sons: O .H. Jr., O. R., and H. W. Jones, a daughter: Mrs. J. D. Purser of Cochran, her mother: Mrs. L. C.Graham, 4 brothers W. D., J. E., and Herman Graham of Cochran and L. S. Graham of Eastman, 5 sisters: Mrs.J. W. Mullis, Mrs. J. E. Hinson, Mrs. J. D. NeSmith of Cochran and Mrs. R. F. Holland of Ocilla. Pallbearers were Calvin Hinson,J D. NeSmith, Isaac Dykes, Lewis Mullis, Tom Skipper, and Alvin Jones. Funeral services were held at Macedonia Baptist Church with Revs. J .F. .Dykes and S. L. Lamm officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery. T. W. Fisher and Son had charge of arrangements.
There are no dates on the tombstone.

More About FANNIE C. GRAHAM:
Burial: Macedonia Baptist Church, Dodge County, Georgia

Notes for OLIVER JONES:
There are no dates on the tombstone.

More About OLIVER JONES:
Burial: Macedonia Baptist Church, Dodge County, Georgia

More About OLIVER JONES and FANNIE GRAHAM:
Marriage: August 26, 1900, Pulaski County, Georgia

     v.     LEILA M. GRAHAM, b. December 09, 1884; d. November 03, 1957; m. JOSEPH EDWARD HINSON, December 15, 1901, Pulaski County, Georgia; b. August 27, 1882; d. January 22, 1954.

More About LEILA M. GRAHAM:
Burial: Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery, Dodge County, Georgia

More About JOSEPH EDWARD HINSON:
Burial: Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery, Dodge County, Georgia

More About JOSEPH HINSON and LEILA GRAHAM:
Marriage: December 15, 1901, Pulaski County, Georgia

     vi.     WILLIAM D. GRAHAM, b. December 1886; m. JULIA CARR, August 29, 1915, Bleckley County, Georgia.

More About WILLIAM GRAHAM and JULIA CARR:
Marriage: August 29, 1915, Bleckley County, Georgia

     vii.     LOLA J. GRAHAM, b. December 1889; d. 1970; m. JESSE C. NESMITH, March 20, 1904, Pulaski County, Georgia; b. 1885; d. 1966.

More About LOLA J. GRAHAM:
Burial: Hobbs Family Cemetery, Dodge County, Georgia

More About JESSE C. NESMITH:
Burial: Hobbs Family Cemetery, Dodge County, Georgia

More About JESSE NESMITH and LOLA GRAHAM:
Marriage: March 20, 1904, Pulaski County, Georgia

     viii.     LARRY SAMUEL GRAHAM, b. March 19, 1891; d. May 31, 1950; m. NORA PUSSER, July 14, 1907, Pulaski County, Georgia; b. March 27, 1891; d. May 20, 1977.

Notes for LARRY SAMUEL GRAHAM:
Times Journal, Eastman, Georgia
Thursday, June 1, 1950
Larry Samuel Graham, well known livestock dealer of Eastman, died Wednesday morning a few moments after he suffered a heart attack at 6 o'clock while driving home in his car. He had been to town early and was returning home.
When seized, Mr. Graham lost control of his car and the vehicle traveled approximately 100 yards before it struck a telephone pole in front of the Lewis Mullis home on Oak Street. Mr. Graham was not injured in the accident. He was dead upon arrival at a local hospital.
He was a native of Bleckley County, the son of the late Jim and Clementine Hobbs Graham. He was 58 years old.
Funeral services were conducted at the residence this afternoon at four o'clock by Rev. Max O'Neal, pastor of the First Baptist Church.
Sacred selections were sung by Mrs. Billie Pinnell and Mrs. Gertrude Harrell, accompanied by Miss Carolyn Bowen.
Pallbearers were Otis Whigham, Eugene Yawn, William Sanders, W. B. Joiner, Lewis Mullis and Johnnie Parson. Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Horne Funeral Home in Charge.

More About LARRY SAMUEL GRAHAM:
Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Eastman, Dodge County, Georgia

More About NORA PUSSER:
Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Eastman, Dodge County, Georgia

More About LARRY GRAHAM and NORA PUSSER:
Marriage: July 14, 1907, Pulaski County, Georgia

     ix.     BIRTHA L. GRAHAM, b. January 15, 1893; d. October 04, 1908.

More About BIRTHA L. GRAHAM:
Burial: Hobbs Family Cemetery, Dodge County, Georgia

     x.     JOSIE ALICE GRAHAM, b. April 15, 1895; d. January 06, 1975; m. HEZIAKAH MEADOWS, January 07, 1912, Pulaski County, Georgia; b. March 17, 1891; d. February 24, 1965.

More About JOSIE ALICE GRAHAM:
Burial: Cedar Hill Cemetery, Bleckley County, Georgia

More About HEZIAKAH MEADOWS:
Burial: Cedar Hill Cemetery, Bleckley County, Georgia

More About HEZIAKAH MEADOWS and JOSIE GRAHAM:
Marriage: January 07, 1912, Pulaski County, Georgia

     xi.     JAMES EARL GRAHAM, b. April 1898.
     xii.     JOHNNIE GRAHAM, b. February 1900; m. EVA HINSON, August 08, 1920, Bleckley County, Georgia.

More About JOHNNIE GRAHAM and EVA HINSON:
Marriage: August 08, 1920, Bleckley County, Georgia
Marriage contract: Book A, page 155

     xiii.     ERNEST GRAHAM, b. Abt. 1902.
     xiv.     HERMAN GRAHAM, b. February 16, 1904; d. October 08, 1969; m. TYNIE PHILLIPS, July 08, 1923, Bleckley County, Georgia; b. October 28, 1906; d. April 15, 1988.

More About HERMAN GRAHAM:
Burial: Pulaski Bleckley Memorial Gardens, Bleckley County, Georgia

More About TYNIE PHILLIPS:
Burial: Pulaski Bleckley Memorial Gardens, Bleckley County, Georgia

More About HERMAN GRAHAM and TYNIE PHILLIPS:
Marriage: July 08, 1923, Bleckley County, Georgia. 

Family

Lucy Clemtine Hobbs b. October 1861
Children
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.

James Earl Graham1

M, #4739, b. April 1898
Father*James Graham b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 Dec 1904
Mother*Lucy Clemtine Hobbs b. Oct 1861
Birth*April 1898 James Earl Graham was born in April 1898. 
 He was the son of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.

Jimmie J. Graham1

M, #4321, b. 13 October 1902, d. 31 August 1960
Father*John Graham Jr.1 b. 1875, d. a 1956
Mother*Pinkney Davis1 b. 1886, d. 29 Apr 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
MARRIAGE* Jimmie J. Graham married Emma Myrick.2 
Birth*13 October 1902 He was born on 13 October 1902.1,3 
 He was the son of John Graham Jr. and Pinkney Davis.1 
Burial*1960 He was buried in 1960 at Hart Cemetery, Cochran, Bleckley County, GA.
Death*31 August 1960 He died on 31 August 1960 at Bleckley County, GA, at age 57.3 

Family

Emma Myrick b. 16 June 1907, d. 6 June 1982
Child
Last Edited27 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S61] 1920 Census;.
  2. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.
  3. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.
  4. [S518] 1930 Census;.

Joe Graham1

M, #4323, b. 1906, d. 13 January 1966
Father*John Graham Jr.1 b. 1875, d. a 1956
Mother*Pinkney Davis1 b. 1886, d. 29 Apr 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Burial* Joe Graham was buried at Hart Cemetery, Pulaski County, GA.2 
Birth*1906 He was born in 1906.1,3 
 He was the son of John Graham Jr. and Pinkney Davis.1 
Death*13 January 1966 He died on 13 January 1966 at Bleckley County, GA, Exact date from Georgia Death Index at Ancestry.com. 
Last Edited12 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S61] 1920 Census;.
  2. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.
  3. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.

John Graham1

M, #4378, b. 1800
Father*Green G. Graham1 b. c 1780, d. c 1810
Mother*Elizabeth (?) b. 1785, d. c 1890
Birth*1800 John Graham was born in 1800.1 
 He was the son of Green G. Graham and Elizabeth (?).1 
CENSUS1860*1860 He appeared on the census in 1860 at Pulaski County, GA; I suspect this is the brother or (step brother) of Daniel. Elizabeth's first husband Green G Graham died at which time she married a man named Dees. Daniel. He is living (unmarried) on the property of James L. Lampkin a very wealthy landowner in Pulaski county who owned 59 slaves in 1860. The slaves ranged in age from 2 to 100 years old. I found Lamkin on the 1850 census. He was living with family and his father age 66. Value of father's land given at $25,000. Father was born in North Carolina. Son age 33 was born in Georgia so this family apparently migrated about the same time as the Floyds. I couldn't find him on the 1850 census.1 
Last Edited10 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.

John Allen (Jack) Graham1,2

M, #3179, b. 1834, d. 1888
JOHN ALLEN GRAHAM
MAZURA HART GRAHAM
CSA WIDOW PENSION APPLICATION
Father*Daniel Dees Graham b. c 1800, d. 24 May 1844
Mother*Martha "Patsey" Daniels3 b. 1808, d. 25 Jun 1870
ChartsJOHN GRAHAM
Birth*1834 John Allen (Jack) Graham was born in 1834.1 
 He was the son of Daniel Dees Graham and Martha "Patsey" Daniels.3 
MARRIAGE*2 January 1873 He married Nancy Missouri Hart, daughter of Hardy Hart and Miilly Ann Malone Stokes, on 2 January 1873 at Pulaski County, GA, Missouri married well as husband had $1,200 in land and $400. in personal property just a few years after the Civil War.4
JOHN GRAHAM
MAZURA HART
MARRIAGE LICENSE
Death*1888 He died in 1888 at Dodge County, GA, Death date is given on the Civil War Pension application that his wife filed in 1914. Pension application gives date of death as 1908. See note below from Ed Harmon: Margot, Do not get to excited about the Pension Application. Since sending it to you I have found a letter from Victor Myrick in which he states that the document is inaccurate in several places, with the first being the date of death of John Allen Graham, which was 1888, not 1908 and that the fellow who filled out the paper did not know and could not have known John Graham, despite his testimony in the document, to the contrary. Do not use the data as the basis for anything, again, note that Mazura could not read or write and may have agreed to anything on the written page, without knowing it. Ed. 
Note*  Ed Harmon wrote: I have also found a note from Victor (Myrick)telling my mother that John Allen "Jack" Graham was "as mean as a snake" and was himself tried for murder in Georgia, but was acquitted. However, according to Victor, the family all said he was guilty. Oh, it is also said that John Allen Graham sold the property of his wife, Mazura Hart Graham, by forging her signature on the sale papers.
You might recall that I told you, or perhaps I did not tell you, that the family said John Allen sold Mazura's land, left to her by Hardy, by forging her signature. It is why Victor thought he was required to go before a judge to sell other land, later. In any case, the photo of him is not like the rest of the family, if you notice. He was very well dressed for the times. As my grandmother used to say, just like he stepped out of a band box. He looks like a movie version of a country gentleman rather than a farmer.2 
CENSUS1860*1860 He appeared on the census in 1860 at GA; The 1860 Census shows a Jackson age 25, Shadrack age 23 and George age 22.5 
MILITARY*circa 1863  Circa 1863 at GA 31st Regiment, Co. F, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, CSA
Pulaski County, Georgia
"Pulaski Blues"
Graham, John (Jack) M. - Private May 5, 1862. Roll dated Nov. 6, 1864, last on file, shows him Present. No later record.
See attached document. John (Jack) was a private in Company F 31st Regiment of Georgia Volunteer Infantry CSA. According to his wife's application for a widow's pension he surrendered at Appomattax Virginia.
JOHN M. (JACK) GRAHAM
CIVIL WAR SERVICE
CENSUS1870*1870 He appeared on the census in 1870 at GA; Its interesting that he was a rather wealthy man just five years after the Civil War. His land is valued at $1,200 and his personal property at $400.6 

Family

Nancy Missouri Hart b. 8 May 1847, d. 16 August 1932
MARRIAGE*2 January 1873 He married Nancy Missouri Hart, daughter of Hardy Hart and Miilly Ann Malone Stokes, on 2 January 1873 at GA Missouri married well as husband had $1,200 in land and $400. in personal property just a few years after the Civil War.4
JOHN GRAHAM
MAZURA HART
MARRIAGE LICENSE
Children
Last Edited3 May 2009

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;.
  2. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.
  3. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  4. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
  5. [S54] 1860 Census;.
  6. [S55] 1870 Census;.

John J. Graham1

M, #4328, b. 1915, d. 1982
Father*John Graham Jr.1 b. 1875, d. a 1956
Mother*Pinkney Davis1 b. 1886, d. 29 Apr 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*1915 John J. Graham was born in 1915.1 
 He was the son of John Graham Jr. and Pinkney Davis.1 
Burial*1982 He was buried in 1982 at Cochran, Bleckley County, GA, He is buried at the Hart Cemetery. 
Death*1982  In 1982 In a note Ed Harmon writes: This weekend I came across a note on a paper in my mother's files. The note was apparently made in the 80s and said "John Graham having breakfast before going to field to work, fell over dead. Cerebral hemorrhage."
Note from Margot. I think this is the John she was referring to. He is the son of Pink and John.
Last Edited28 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S61] 1920 Census;.

John Graham Jr.

M, #3178, b. 1875, d. after 1956
Father*John Allen (Jack) Graham1 b. 1834, d. 1888
Mother*Nancy Missouri Hart b. 8 May 1847, d. 16 Aug 1932
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
JOHN GRAHAM
Birth*1875 John Graham Jr. was born in 1875 at GA.1 
 He was the son of John Allen (Jack) Graham and Nancy Missouri Hart.1 
MARRIAGE*29 April 1900 He married Pinkney Davis, daughter of William (Bill) Davis and Lulla (Lou) Sparrow, on 29 April 1900 at Pulaski County, GA, From this record it appears that Pink married John Graham eight years before he murdered her step parents. This is contrary to Viola Floyd Berryhill's account. The date of the murder is supported by Viola and an account in a local history book. In 1880 the Graham family lived next door to the Harts when John was five and Pink was probably about the same age. MVW 09-01 The saddest part of this story is the example of two innocent Negroes being killed. This was not an isolated occurrance.The 1910 census says they were married eight years putting the date as 1902.

A note from Ed Harmon sheds some more thought on this.
Just returned to my office and found this note.( from his mother Joyce whose papers he was going through) Do not forget that Sallie was John's mother in-law by proxy. If John was a problem at home, he would be in constant jeopardy from the "parents." The Harts may have seen their responsibility to Pink as a very solemn duty, even more so than that to their own children. It might be Margot, that your aunt was right, but not about the time frame. It could be that the Harts had a real problem with John, but it was not before the mirage, it was after. That would explain the murders. If the Harts were encouraging Pink to throw the bum out or leave him, there would be trouble with this bunch. Ed.2,3
JOHN GRAHAM
AND PINK DAVIS GRAHAM
TAKEN ABOUT A YEAR
BEFORE THE MURDER
Death*after 1956 He died after 1956 He is said to have died after his wife. Here is a note relative to it from Jimmie Lee Davis: Yes, that's the story we have always been told about the murders. Uncle Jesse (Pete's oldest son by Maggie) was probably about the same age or maybe 10 years old. He and Jerry's dad told us that the Graham man was in Jacksonville, FL at the time of his death and did confess on his death bed. I'm not positive about that.
Thanks for this also. JLEE Another note from Jimmy Lee Davis: Mr. Davis had told us about the "death bed confession" many years (1962-1968) before that death date of 1973. Jimmie Lee. 
Note  Thanks Bob, I plotted the Graham deed out myself and came to the same conclusion. I've been thinking a lot about the murder and find the motive of robbery hard to accept. Why? Because John Graham would know when the Harts were out going to church. That would be a perfect time to commit a robbery.
Murder takes a lot of passion - one has to get really worked up emotionally to do such a thing. Just put yourself in his shoes. Wouldn't you have to be in a real frenzy to knock two people over the head? I keep thinking that there must have been some really emotional trouble here and the place was staged to appear the motive was robbery. Not only that - how could he be sure no one would show up and find him in the middle of the crime. Why didn't he shoot them? Anyhow, I keep turning this over in my mind and probably never will know the answer.
Margot
-----Original Message-----
From: Bob Bridger [mailto:rbridger01@comcast.net]
Sent: Thursday, March 09, 2006 9:57 PM
To: Jimmie Lee Woods Davis; Margot Woodrough; Ed Harmon
Subject: Davis Clan

Have just returned from Hawkinsville and Macon. Did not find anything earth shattering, but did pick up a few tid bits. They are in no special order, only the order they come off of the stack.
The map that Victor (?) had marked up ( Road map w/ land lots by county) is available, w/o marks, from the tax appraisers office in each county for $3 to $4. I have been looking for them for some time. In our case, you need one from Pulaski, Beckley and Dodge Counties to cover all the bases.
If you look at the deed Jimmie Lee sent where John Graham purchases 50 acres of land, the farm on the deed was"known as the Geo K. Hart place", not the Warren Hart farm. If Ed's map is correct , Warren's farm was in Land Lot # 179 and the Geo. K Hart place was in LL 182. So it looks as if he did not end up with Warren & Sallies farm after all. The question is,, where did a laborer get $700 to purchase the farm?
From Tad Evans "Pulaski County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings, Volume IV, 1888-1897", in the newspaper printed "Thursday, July 17, 1890" the following; "Mr. William Davis, a good citizen of this county, died on Tuesday night of last week of typhoid fever. He was about 38 years old, and leaves a family and large circle of relatives and friends to mourn his loss". Look as if he died 8 Jul 1890. In similar articles, they would say "leaves a husband / wife and children". Since they didn't, I assume Lulu Davis died before him but I was not able to find anything to substantiate this.
Jimmie Lee did you have the article where Ben F. Dave requested guardianship of the Davis kids? If so would you send me the details again. In Volume V, 1898 - 1907, by Tad Evans, in the Thursday, August 16 1900 paper, the following; "Mr. Ben F. Davis, aged fifty-two years, died at his home about seven miles east of town this (Wednesday) morning at half past eight o'clock. Mr. Davis had been sick only about a week, his death being due to congestion of the bowels.
He leaves a wife and three children. His remains will be interred in the family burying grounds Thursday afternoon." I assume he died 15 Aug 1900 and was buried 16 Aug 1900. Wonder where the family burying ground is located.
I did a title search for the land owned by Warren Hart but it and the disposal thereof was not there. It appears the land records were reconstructed after perhaps after a fire and are missing some early deeds. It was a common practice when a courthouse burned, to have the people bring in there recorded deeds and rewrite the books.
I was also not able to find any new deeds on Land Lot 211, Division 21, the land of James Everette Floyd.
Bob. 
Anecdote*  Ed Harmon was asked if he knew about the Hart murders. Here is his reply: Margot, The story you related, is the Gospel. It is the same story told by my grandmother, Mamie Davis Jones to me. I heard the story as a child growing up, in the early 1950s. It was later changed to include the confession. Apparently after John died. I can add some details for you. Warren was killed while feeding the mules and Sally while frying bacon. Actually the story is much worse from the stand point of John Graham; According to my grandmother the bloody axe was hidden in the wood pile, where the farm hand had been chopping wood the day before, outside the back door. Then apparently the scene was set up so to make to look like it was a robbery by turning the kitchen upside down, going through the flower, etc. John left and the black farm hands then discovered the murders and ran off, knowing that with two murdered white people they would be in trouble. A mob consisting of the neighbors was formed and they went after the two. My grandmother said that every time a black would run, the black was shot dead on the spot. When the mob finally caught up with the blacks that were "guilty of the murders," they were captured, returned to the house, hung, then shot and their bodies were covered in pine pitch, set afire and burned, while hanging. The tree was in the yard or very near the home place. My grandmother said that grass would never grow under the tree where the hanging took place. The ropes were left in the tree for a long time. One can only surmise that John Graham was a participant or leader of the mob. I understood that he killed his uncle and aunt for money that people said they had hidden in the house. But that may be just part of the original story. In any case, either story about the motive seems logical. Your time line is right, I was told about the confession sometime in the late 1970s or the 1980s as I recall. As a young man hearing the story, it would be easier for my grandmother to say that the murder was over money rather than relations with a first cousin. But, at first telling, it was without the confession, so the story would not include the confession details. I do not think the motive was that important to her, but of course it does play an important part in the family history. Once it became known that John did the murders, it became a family "secret" that wasn't much of a secret, due to the prior telling. But, I did hear a family member tell the story one time, after I knew about the confession, and I knew that they knew about the confession, and they left out the end. So there are some in the family that consider the confession something to be at least, "left out", of the tale. Besides, for true, if so many folks ended up dead for something they had no part in, it is not something of which one should be proud.
Here is a verbatim transcript from the Macon Telegraph provided by Jimmie Lee Davis:
GOVERNOR MAY INVESTIGATE PULASKI LYNCHING
The Atlanta correspondent of the Macon Telegraph says:
"It is not improbable that Governor Smith will take some steps towards investigating the recent lynching of several negroes near Hawkinsville, Georgia and he may offer large rewards for the apprehension and conviction of the guilty parties. He has declined to discuss the matter, but it is known that he views the occurrence as an unfortunate one, and it is said he is inclined to think that it should not be allowed to pass unnoticed. The negroes - some reports say two and others increase the number to four or five - were lynched for the murder of an aged white couple, the purpose being robbery. Their guilt was established on the confession of one of their number. After being hanged the bodies were burned. It is the second occurrence of this kind to take place in Georgia since Governor Smith entered office. The first happened a few days after his inauguration, when a white man was summarily put to death near Dalton.
Beyond ordering a full investigation on the part of the county officials, the Governor's authority does not extend far - possibly no further than the ability to offer substantial rewards."
Exaggerated reports of the affair made it appear worse than it really was, though it was bad enough. There were only three in all killed, but according to the reports the number varied all the way from three to seven, including one woman. Reports sent to the daily papers were magnified in such a manner as to make it appear ridiculous to those familiar with the situation. It was stated in one of these reports that the negroes were taken from the jail at Hawkinsville, but as a matter of fact they were not brought here at all. Another report stated that the Negroes were fleeing from Hawkinsville for safety, although the city was as quiet as a lamb and there was no indication whatever of a disturbance here.
It is true the lynching was horrible, but the crime that provoked it was also horrible, and as much as we may deplore the affair it is likely to be repeated just as long as such crimes are committed. It is to be hoped that this will serve as a warning to the negroes and that henceforth they will refrain from the commission of such crimes. We believe that if Governor Smith would address an open letter to the negroes, counseling them along this line, it would do more good than to follow the stereotyped form of offering rewards for the lynchers as the chance are that nobody will ever call for the rewards.4
WARREN AND SALLIE HART MURDER
HART MURDER STORY
CENSUS1900*1900 He appeared on the census in 1900 at GA; John is shown living in the household of Warren and Sallie Hart. He is married to Pikey who is shown as his wife and whose relationship to Warren is described as a "boarder". Also in the household is Lizzie M. shown as a daughter. Their home is not far from the home of Amos and Shade Floyd.5 
Criminal*4 March 1908  On 4 March 1908 at GA Hawkinsville dispatch News
The horrible tragedy in the Wright settlement in which Mr. Warren Hart and his wife were unmercifully murdered is deplored by everyone. Mr. Hart was found dead at his lot Wednesday morning and Mrs. Hart died Thursday night from injuries received at the hand of the assassins.

Everything indicates that the killing was done at daybreak. It is presumed that robbery was the object as Mr. Hart was a quiet inoffensive citizen liked and respected by everyone who knew him. He generally kept money at his house.

Excitement is rife in that part of the county. Two negroes were arrested and brought to Cochran jail but were taken out and carried to the scene of the murder by a large crowd of determined men. One negro resisting arrest ran against a stump and killed himself. It is now reported that a negro from Empire has confessed to a conspiracy of fifteen negroes and say the murder had been planned for some time. Seven of these negroes are under arrest. Mr. Hart was about sixty years old. 
CENSUS1910*1910 He appeared on the census in 1910 at GA.3 
CENSUS1920*1920 He appeared on the census in 1920.6 
CENSUS1930*1930 He appeared on the census in 1930 at Bleckley County, GA; A note from Bob Bridger states: John Graham appears in the 1930 GA Census, or at least in the soundex. They have added a 10 th child, Lizzie F., born circa 1925, and still live in Bleckley County. I lose them after that.7
CENSUS 1930
JOHN AND PINK GRAHAM
Note*1990  In 1990 According to Viola Floyd he confessed on his deathbed to the murder of Sally and Warren Hart, the Aunt and Uncle of Pink. I asked Jimmie Lee Davis about this story and here is her response:Yes, that's the story we have always been told about the murders. Uncle Jesse (Pete's oldest son by Maggie) was probably about the same age or maybe 10 years old. He and Jerry's dad told us that the Graham man was in Jacksonville, FL at the time of his death and did confess on his death bed. I'm not positive about that. 
Note2001  Not only did John Graham murder his wife's adoptive parents, but they were also his Aunt and Uncle as well. He had grown up living next door to the couple he eventually killed. He committed family murder then let two Negros take the wrap! As can be seen from the attached article, not only did John Graham discover the bodies, but also provided himself with an alibi.
HART FAMILY MURDER

Family

Pinkney Davis b. 1886, d. 29 April 1956
MARRIAGE*29 April 1900 He married Pinkney Davis, daughter of William (Bill) Davis and Lulla (Lou) Sparrow, on 29 April 1900 at GA From this record it appears that Pink married John Graham eight years before he murdered her step parents. This is contrary to Viola Floyd Berryhill's account. The date of the murder is supported by Viola and an account in a local history book. In 1880 the Graham family lived next door to the Harts when John was five and Pink was probably about the same age. MVW 09-01 The saddest part of this story is the example of two innocent Negroes being killed. This was not an isolated occurrance.The 1910 census says they were married eight years putting the date as 1902.

A note from Ed Harmon sheds some more thought on this.
Just returned to my office and found this note.( from his mother Joyce whose papers he was going through) Do not forget that Sallie was John's mother in-law by proxy. If John was a problem at home, he would be in constant jeopardy from the "parents." The Harts may have seen their responsibility to Pink as a very solemn duty, even more so than that to their own children. It might be Margot, that your aunt was right, but not about the time frame. It could be that the Harts had a real problem with John, but it was not before the mirage, it was after. That would explain the murders. If the Harts were encouraging Pink to throw the bum out or leave him, there would be trouble with this bunch. Ed.2,3
JOHN GRAHAM
AND PINK DAVIS GRAHAM
TAKEN ABOUT A YEAR
BEFORE THE MURDER
Children
Last Edited28 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;.
  2. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
  3. [S60] 1910 Census;.
  4. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.
  5. [S59] 1900 Census;.
  6. [S61] 1920 Census;.
  7. [S518] 1930 Census;.
  8. [S50] 1830 Census;.

Johnnie Graham

M, #4740, b. February 1900
Father*James Graham b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 Dec 1904
Mother*Lucy Clemtine Hobbs b. Oct 1861
Birth*February 1900 Johnnie Graham was born in February 1900. 
 He was the son of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Joseph Graham1

M, #4381, b. 1830
Father*Daniel Dees Graham1 b. c 1800, d. 24 May 1844
Mother*Martha "Patsey" Daniels1 b. 1808, d. 25 Jun 1870
Birth*1830 Joseph Graham was born in 1830.1 
 He was the son of Daniel Dees Graham and Martha "Patsey" Daniels.1 
MILITARY* He served in the military 31st Regiment, Co. F, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, CSA
Pulaski County, Georgia
"Pulaski Blues"
Graham, Joseph M. - Private May 5, 1862. Captured at Spotsylvania, Va. May 12, 1864. Paroled at Fort Deleware, Del. Feb 1865. Recieved at Boulware & Coxe's Wharves, James River, Va. Mar 10-12, 1865. Admitted to Receiving & Wayside Hospital no.9, at Richmond, Va. Mar. 13, 1865. "Disposition 30 days March 14,1865".
     
Child of JOSEPH GRAHAM and ELMIRA SAUNDERS is:
12.     i.     MILES S.3 GRAHAM, b. 11 Feb 1863; d. 26 Feb 1933.2 
Last Edited17 Jun 2006

Citations

  1. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  2. [S587] Unknown subject MVW file.

Josie Alice Graham1

F, #4738, b. 15 April 1895, d. 6 January 1975
Father*James Graham b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 Dec 1904
Mother*Lucy Clemtine Hobbs b. Oct 1861
Birth*15 April 1895 Josie Alice Graham was born on 15 April 1895. 
 She was the daughter of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs
MARRIAGE*7 January 1912 She married Heziakah Meadows on 7 January 1912.1 
Death*6 January 1975 She died on 6 January 1975 at age 79. 
Married Name7 January 1912  As of 7 January 1912,her married name was Meadows.1 

Family

Heziakah Meadows b. 17 March 1891, d. 24 February 1965
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.

Larry Samuel Graham1

M, #4736, b. 19 March 1891, d. 31 May 1950
Father*James Graham b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 Dec 1904
Mother*Lucy Clemtine Hobbs b. Oct 1861
Birth*19 March 1891 Larry Samuel Graham was born on 19 March 1891. 
 He was the son of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs
MARRIAGE*14 July 1907 He married Nora Pusser on 14 July 1907.1 
Death*31 May 1950 He died on 31 May 1950 at age 59. 
Obituary1 June 1950 Obnituary of Larry Samuel Graham was Thursday, June 1, 1950
Larry Samuel Graham, well known livestock dealer of Eastman, died Wednesday morning a few moments after he suffered a heart attack at 6 o'clock while driving home in his car. He had been to town early and was returning home.
When seized, Mr. Graham lost control of his car and the vehicle traveled approximately 100 yards before it struck a telephone pole in front of the Lewis Mullis home on Oak Street. Mr. Graham was not injured in the accident. He was dead upon arrival at a local hospital.
He was a native of Bleckley County, the son of the late Jim and Clementine Hobbs Graham. He was 58 years old.
Funeral services were conducted at the residence this afternoon at four o'clock by Rev. Max O'Neal, pastor of the First Baptist Church.
Sacred selections were sung by Mrs. Billie Pinnell and Mrs. Gertrude Harrell, accompanied by Miss Carolyn Bowen.
Pallbearers were Otis Whigham, Eugene Yawn, William Sanders, W. B. Joiner, Lewis Mullis and Johnnie Parson. Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Horne Funeral Home in Charge. on 1 June 1950. 

Family

Nora Pusser b. 27 March 1891, d. 20 May 1977
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.

Leila M. Graham

F, #4733, b. 9 December 1884, d. 3 November 1957
Father*James Graham b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 Dec 1904
Mother*Lucy Clemtine Hobbs b. Oct 1861
MARRIAGE* Leila M. Graham married Joseph Edward Hinson
Birth*9 December 1884 She was born on 9 December 1884. 
 She was the daughter of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs
Death*3 November 1957 She died on 3 November 1957 at age 72. 
Married Name Her married name was Hinson. 

Family

Joseph Edward Hinson b. 27 August 1882, d. 22 January 1954
Last Edited20 Sep 2007

Lizzie F. Graham1

F, #4329, b. 1925
Father*John Graham Jr.1 b. 1875, d. a 1956
Mother*Pinkney Davis1 b. 1886, d. 29 Apr 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*1925 Lizzie F. Graham was born in 1925.1 
 She was the daughter of John Graham Jr. and Pinkney Davis.1 
Last Edited13 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S50] 1830 Census;.

Lola J. Graham

F, #4735, b. December 1889
Father*James Graham b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 Dec 1904
Mother*Lucy Clemtine Hobbs b. Oct 1861
Birth*December 1889 Lola J. Graham was born in December 1889. 
 She was the daughter of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs
MARRIAGE*20 March 1904 She married Jesse C. Nesnith on 20 March 1904 at Pulaski County
Married Name20 March 1904  As of 20 March 1904,her married name was Nesnith. 

Family

Jesse C. Nesnith b. 1885, d. 1966
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Martha A.E Graham

F, #4731, b. 1880
Father*James Graham b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 Dec 1904
Mother*Lucy Clemtine Hobbs b. Oct 1861
Birth*1880 Martha A.E Graham was born in 1880. 
 She was the daughter of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs
Married Name25 September 1898  As of 25 September 1898,her married name was Mullis. 
Last Edited20 Sep 2007

Martha E. Graham1

F, #3181, b. 1875
MARTHA GRAHAM
Father*John Allen (Jack) Graham1 b. 1834, d. 1888
Mother*Nancy Missouri Hart1 b. 8 May 1847, d. 16 Aug 1932
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*1875 Martha E. Graham was born in 1875.1 
 She was the daughter of John Allen (Jack) Graham and Nancy Missouri Hart.1 
MARRIAGE*4 February 1900 She married Charles Aron Davis, son of Thomas (Tom) Davis and Martha Ellafair Blount, on 4 February 1900.2,3 
Anecdote*  According to my grandmother, my great grandmother, Martha Graham was a small or slight lady, she stood just under 5 feet tall, went barefooted all of the time (except winter), wore a bonnet, dresses that went to the ground, had long sleeves and had high tight collars. She was a very stern and very proper lady. The only exposed flesh were her hands and face. She never even allowed even Charlie, her husband, to see her disrobed the entire time they were married. The story goes Charlie offered her $5 to allow him to see her naked, just once, but she refused on both accounts.2 
Married Name4 February 1900  As of 4 February 1900,her married name was Davis. 

Family

Charles Aron Davis b. 13 April 1878, d. 1957
Children
Last Edited5 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;.
  2. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.
  3. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
  4. [S60] 1910 Census;.

Martha Elizabeth Graham1

F, #4198, b. February 1880
Birth*February 1880 Martha Elizabeth Graham was born in February 1880 at GA.1 
MARRIAGE*3 February 1898 She married Johnathan Bryant, son of James Burwell Bryant and Winnifred Anderson, on 3 February 1898 at Coffee, GA.1 
Married Name3 February 1898  As of 3 February 1898,her married name was Bryant.1 

Family

Johnathan Bryant b. May 1877
Last Edited13 Jun 2005

Citations

  1. [S492] Cara Murray, "Bryant Family," e-mail to MVW.

Mary Ida Graham1

F, #4729, b. 1876, d. 1956
Father*James Graham1 b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 Dec 1904
Mother*Lucy Clemtine Hobbs1 b. Oct 1861
Birth*1876 Mary Ida Graham was born in 1876.1 
 She was the daughter of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs.1 
MARRIAGE*22 December 1915 She married James William Mullis on 22 December 1915. 
Burial*1956 She was buried in 1956 at Dodge County, GA, Buried in Hobbs family Cemetery. 
Death*1956 She died in 1956. 
Married Name25 November 1894  As of 25 November 1894,her married name was Dykes. 
Married Name6 November 1906  As of 6 November 1906,her married name was Holland. 
Married Name22 December 1915  As of 22 December 1915,her married name was Mullis. 

Family

James William Mullis b. 16 June 1872, d. 4 January 1930
MARRIAGE*22 December 1915 She married James William Mullis on 22 December 1915. 
Last Edited20 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.

Minnie Graham1,2

F, #4320, b. 1902
Father*John Graham Jr.1 b. 1875, d. a 1956
Mother*Pinkney Davis1 b. 1886, d. 29 Apr 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*1902 Minnie Graham was born in 1902.1 
 She was the daughter of John Graham Jr. and Pinkney Davis.1 
Last Edited13 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S61] 1920 Census;.
  2. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.

Ola Graham1

F, #4327, b. 1914
Father*John Graham Jr.1 b. 1875, d. a 1956
Mother*Pinkney Davis1 b. 1886, d. 29 Apr 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*1914 Ola Graham was born in 1914.1 
 She was the daughter of John Graham Jr. and Pinkney Davis.1 
Last Edited13 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S61] 1920 Census;.

Rosa Graham1

F, #4326, b. 1913
Father*John Graham Jr.1 b. 1875, d. a 1956
Mother*Pinkney Davis1 b. 1886, d. 29 Apr 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*1913 Rosa Graham was born in 1913.1 
 She was the daughter of John Graham Jr. and Pinkney Davis.1 
Last Edited13 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S61] 1920 Census;.

Sallie Graham1

F, #3183, b. 1878
Father*John Allen (Jack) Graham1 b. 1834, d. 1888
Mother*Nancy Missouri Hart1 b. 8 May 1847, d. 16 Aug 1932
Birth*1878 Sallie Graham was born in 1878 at GA.1 
 She was the daughter of John Allen (Jack) Graham and Nancy Missouri Hart.1 
CENSUS1910*1910  In 1910 She is living with her brother and his wife.2 
Married Namecirca 1925  As of circa 1925,her married name was Bishop. 
Last Edited23 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. [S56] 1880 Census;.
  2. [S60] 1910 Census;.

Sam H. Graham1,2

M, #4324, b. 23 January 1908, d. 4 September 1995
Father*John Graham Jr.1 b. 1875, d. a 1956
Mother*Pinkney Davis1 b. 1886, d. 29 Apr 1956
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Stephens Blakely Woodrough Jr.
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Page Annette Woodrough
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*23 January 1908 Sam H. Graham was born on 23 January 1908.1,2 
 He was the son of John Graham Jr. and Pinkney Davis.1 
Death*4 September 1995 He died on 4 September 1995 at Bleckley County, GA, at age 87.2 
Last Edited27 Oct 2007

Citations

  1. [S61] 1920 Census;.
  2. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.