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Barnes & Graves, Seward county, NE
Posted by: claudia laird glass Date: February 24, 2001 at 12:10:05
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Beaver Crossing, Seward county, NE, and Hitchcock, NE.

Looking for information on the following persons:
James Graves (b. 25 Dec 1791 d. 31 July 1887) married to Mary Coxall or Coxhall before May 1814 in England. Came to U.S. about 1853 to 1855 with family. Believed to be buried at Hitchcock, NE or Hickock, NE.

James & Mary known to be in the U.S. with son William Graves and daughter Ann Graves, and possibly others of their children:
son James Graves & wife Sarah,
daugher Mary Graves & husband James Ellwood,
son Anthony Graves & wife Mary Ann Thorp,
daughterSarah Graves & husband William Burton,
son John Graves (unknown wife?)
daughter Elizabeth Graves (unknown husband?)

William Graves was married to Hannah Yardy, lived in Illinois about 18 years from 1857 to 1874, then migrated to Hutchinson, Reno county, KS. They had 9 children.

Ann Graves was married to James Barnes, eventually migrated to U.S. in 1869 to Beaver Crossing with son and daughter, where they are said to be buried. Son was Roger Barnes, married to Elizabeth Lucretia Brown. Daughter's name unknown.

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