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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Mattie Jane Graham November 1 1882 September 2 1978 Grave Odd Fellows Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
Donald Graham June 19 1945 Ohlsdorfer Friedhof (Hamburg, Germany)
Hattie Graham October 4 1902 March 4 1973 Grave Olive Branch Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Shipman Joan Graham June 26 2004 Grave Natrona Memorial Gardens (Wyoming, United States of America)
Anna Belle Graham November 23 1900 April 17 1987 Grave Tabor Methodist Church Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
Carol Graham June 7 1931 October 2 2007 Grave Cleveland Memorial Park (North Carolina, United States of America)
Addie Graham October 1 1895 April 10 1986 Christ Church Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Mary Lorena Graham 1866 1913 Camp Creek Baptist Church (South Carolina, United States of America)
PVT. Daniel Alexander Graham III, C.S.A. August 13 1828 July 24 1864 Grave Woodlawn National Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Dora Annie Graham February 7 1917 August 21 1987 Grave Morrows Chapel UMC Cemetery (North Carolina, United States of America)
Rosie Graham 1897 1946 Grave Dishon Family Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Peter (Michael) Graham, C.S.C. June 28 1941 September 11 2012 Person,Grave Saint Josephs Cemetery of the Brothers (Indiana, United States of America)

 

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