Person:John Graham (91)

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John Kennedy Graham
m. ca 1769
  1. Robert Findley Graham1771 -
  2. John Kennedy Graham1783 - 1841
m. 15 JUL 1810
  1. Ferdinand Graham1811 - 1871
  2. Menander Graham1813 - 1838
  3. Eliza Jane Graham1814 - 1851
  4. Louisa Graham1816 - 1895
  5. Angeline Graham1818 - 1872
  6. Amanda A. Graham1820 - 1851
m. 16 APR 1823
  1. Emma Graham1824 - 1908
  2. Julia Ann Graham1826 - 1911
  3. Lucinda Graham1827 - 1898
  4. Albert Graham1829 - 1832
  5. John Kennedy Graham, Jr.1831 - 1832
  6. Caroline Graham1834 - 1906
  7. Maria T. Graham1836 - 1924
  8. James Madison Graham1838 - 1915
Facts and Events
Name John Kennedy Graham
Gender Male
Birth[1][6] 30 Jan 1783 Bedford, Pennsylvania, United States
Census[4] 1807 Dearborn, Indiana, United States
Other[2] 1809 Clark, Indiana, United Statessigned petition requesting right to chose militia officers
Other[9] 1809 Clark, Indiana, United Statesvoted in Clarksville Township
Other[10] 4 Jan 1809 Clark, Indiana, United Statesserved on jury
Marriage 15 JUL 1810 Clark, Indiana, United Statesto Elizabeth G. Weach
Occupation[3] 25 Jan 1811 Jeffersonville, Clark, Indiana, United Statesrecommended as surveyor
Census[4] 1812 Clark, Indiana, United States
Other[13] June 1812 Clark, Indiana, United Statespaid for keeping election polls
Other[5][6] Jun 1816 Indiana, United Statesmember State Constitutional Convention, from Clark County
Other[11] 13 May 1817 Clark, Indiana, United Statesassessor for New Albany Township
Census[12] 1820 New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States
Marriage 16 APR 1823 Floyd, Indiana, United Statesto Mary Ann Huff
Census[7] 1830 New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States
Census[8] 1840 New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States
Death[1] Aug 1841 Floyd, Indiana, United States

Much of the genealogical information on internet seems to come from original research by Judy Chun - see Rootsweb Message Boards, Floyd County, Indiana, message posted 30 Jan 1999, Title Graham, Day Surnames

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Mouser, Evelyn Shipman. "Graham Genealogy"., in Indiana Historical Society (Indianapolis, Indiana), and Indiana University (Bloomington). Indiana magazine of history. (Indianapolis [Indiana]: Indiana Historical Society), June 1943, p. 207, Secondary quality.

    p. 206 – John Kennedy Graham b. 30 Jan 1783, d. Aug 1841, came to Indiana Territory 1804
    p. 207 – John Kennedy Graham b. Bedford County, Pennsylvania

  2. Volume VII. The Territory of Indiana 1800-1810., in United States. Department of State, and Clarence Edwin Carter. The territorial papers of the United States. (Washington [District of Columbia]: Government Printing Office, 1934-1962), Secondary quality.

    pp. 687-690 - Petition to Congress By Citizens of Clark County (Referred 12 December 1809)

  3. Volume VIII. The Territory of Indiana 1810-1816, in United States. Department of State, and Clarence Edwin Carter. The territorial papers of the United States. (Washington [District of Columbia]: Government Printing Office, 1934-1962), Secondary quality.

    p. 105 – Jonathan Jennings to Jared Mansfield
    Washington City 25th of Jany 1811
    “I would mention to you Mr. John K. Graham who resides near Jeffersonville as a person very competent to run the line of Clark Grant, not only on account of his knowledge of surveying but likewise on account of his knowledge of the Western line of the Grant which is much the most difficult—He is a man of integrity and worthy of your patronage—”

  4. 4.0 4.1 Indiana, United States. Indiana Census, 1790-1890, Secondary quality.

    John K. Graham, Dearborn County, IN, 1807, males over 21, p. 23
    John K. Graham, Clark County, IN, 1812, Militia, no page listed

  5. Journal of the Convention of the Indiana Territory, in Reece Family websites, 20 June 2009, Secondary quality.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Members of Indiana's 1816 Constitutional Convention, in Reece Family websites, Secondary quality.

    Clark County: John K. Graham, b. January 30, 1783 Bedford Co., Pennsylvania, Occupation Merchant, teacher, surveyor, civil engineer farmer, poet, Additional Information Moved to Ind. in early 1800s; laid out town of New Albany [as surveyor]

  7. Indiana, Floyd, New Albany, in United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    Graham, John K. 1 m >5 [Albert], 2 m 15-19 [Menander, Ferdinand], 1 m 30-40 [John K.], 1 f >5 [Lucinda], 2 f 5-9 [Emma, Julia Ann], 3 f 10-14 [Amanda, Angeline, Louisa], 1 f 30-40 [Mary Ann]

  8. Indiana, Floyd, New Albany, in United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    Graham, John K., 1 m >5 [name unknown], 1 m 50-59 [John K.], 1 f >5 [Maria], 1 f 5-9 [Caroline], 1 f 10-14 [Lucinda], 2 f 15-19 [Emma, Julia Ann], 2 f 20-29 [Lucinda, ], 1 f 40-49 [Mary Ann]

  9. FHL #1428704, in Clark County, Indiana voters, 1802, 1809. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1985), Primary quality.

    1809 - Clarksville Township – Graham, John K.

  10. Minute Book, Court of Common Pleas 1804-1814; FHL #0549324, in Clark County (Indiana). Court of Common Pleas. Minute book, 1801-1814. (Indianapolis [Indiana]: Indiana Exchange, 1968), Primary quality.

    p. 46, 47 – 3 Jan 1809, 4 Jan 1809 – John K. Graham on jury duty

  11. Circuit Court 1815-Sept 1816 and County Commissioners 1817-Feb 1820; FHL #0549324, in Clark County (Indiana). Circuit Court. Minute book, 1815-1816. (Indianapolis [Indiana]: Indiana Exchange, 1968), Primary quality.

    p. 140 – 13 May 1817, John K. Graham Esq. To be appointed Lister of all property subject to taxation in the township of New Albany for the present year

  12. Indiana, Floyd, New Albany, in United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Secondary quality.

    Graham, John K., 2 m>10 [Fredinand, Menander], 1 m 16-25, 1 m 26-45 [John], 4 f >10 [Eliza Jane, Louisa, Angeline, Amanda], 1 f 26-45, 2 in agriculture

  13. Clark County (Indiana). Court of Common Pleas. Minute book, 1801-1814. (Indianapolis [Indiana]: Indiana Exchange, 1968), Primary quality.

    p. 468, June 1812 – John K. Graham paid $2.00 for keeping polls of Election 2 days