Person:Robert Graham (36)

m. Abt. 1725
  1. Lancelot GrahamAbt 1725 - bef 1780
  2. John Graham, Jr., of the Calfpasture, Augusta County, VA1726 - 1815
  3. Robert GrahamAbt 1729 - Abt 1774
  4. Jean GrahamAbt 1730 -
  5. Elizabeth 'Betsy' GrahamAbt 1731 -
  6. Anne Graham1733 -
  7. Rebecca GrahamAbt 1734 -
  8. Florence Graham1744 - 1824
  9. James Grahamabt 1745 - bef 1782
m. 24 Jun 1763
  1. Sarah Graham1764 - AFT 1793
  2. Rebecca Graham1766 -
  3. Jane Grahamabt 1768 -
Facts and Events
Name Robert Graham
Gender Male
Birth? Abt. 1729 Prob. Pennsylvania
Marriage 24 Jun 1763 Augusta County, Virginiato Elizabeth Lockridge
Death? Abt 1774 Deerfield, Augusta, Virginia, United States

Robert Graham was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Advisory on Robert Graham

There is some conflicting information on the Robert Graham that married Elizabeth Lockridge. Some sources claim that his parents were William Graham and Jane Mays, but according to other sources, including "The History of the Graham Family" by William L. Graham, St. Albans, West Virginia, this Robert is the son of John Graham and Elizabeth Walkup.


Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Grant from William Beverley to Robert Graham, planter. On Little Calfpasture; Beverley Manor Patent Line; Grassy Lick Tract, 1753.


Will of Robert Graham

  • Page 217.--19th August, 1773. Robert Graham's will--To wife; to 3 daughters, Sarah, Rebecca, Jane, infants. Teste: Lanty Graham, James Goy (Gay?), Jean Lockridge. Proved, 16th March, 1774, by Graham and Lockridge. Administration granted Elizabeth Graham, who qualifies (her mark) with Andrew Lockridge, Andrew Kinkead.
References
  1.   Graham, William Luther. History of the Graham family. (St. Albans, West Virginia, United States: W.L. Graham, 1982).