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Re: Harrison L DeGraw b.1848/49 in N.Y.
Posted by: Lori Shea Date: October 08, 2001 at 19:56:57
In Reply to: Re: Harrison L DeGraw b.1848/49 in N.Y. by Daniel DeGraw of 362

You must be my mother's cousin. MY Grandfather was Alvah LeRoy DeGraw. George's Older brother Roy. After I posted that message I found out about and ordered "The DeGraw Family in American 1638--1978" Compiled by Colista Evelyn Brown Stuewer in 1985.
I now have the history of the DeGraw Family (thru Harrison) back to New York City (New Amsterdanm)in 1638.
I have Harrison DeGraw's Death Certificate. He did leave the family about 1903 or 05 and died in Manila, Philip
on Sept. 3, 1915.
Do you have any info on Sarah M. Wise (your grandmother) all I know is her Father was Charles Wise and her mother was Lydia Miller. I don't know when or where she was born excect it was probably in New York State. I also don't know when and where Harrison and Sarah were Married.
I can't wait to E-mail my mom and tell her I heard from her cousin. My mom is Beth DeGraw-Barney.


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