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GRAHAM /Willoughby family - a real mystery
Posted by: Jackie Presley (ID *****5298) Date: June 20, 2004 at 15:41:48
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My ancestors came to Greene Co. in the late 1850's. It was headed by Samuel W. Graham, born about 1795, N.C. (parents unknown) and wife Margaret Crisp. Three of their sons also lived in the county - Elihu C. (my ancestor); John C.; and Mancel C.
Samuel apparently died during the 1860's; Margaret died in 1869 per the mortality schedule. Elihu and wife Eveline appear on the 1870 census then disappear before 1880 and their children scattered. It is hard to believe that neither Samuel, Margaret, Elihu or Eveline have grave markers! They lived near Woods Chapel and Browns Chapel and Eveline's brother - Thomas Benton Willoughy - died in 1901 and is buried at Browns Chapel.

Sure would like to find out what happened to this whole family. Would an obit be available for Thomas Willoughby?
All help appreciated.

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