|Birth: ||Jul. 18, 1928|
|Death: ||Sep. 25, 1946|
Charles Graham was born in Xenia July 18, 1928 and was employed by the National Cash Register Co., Dayton, Ohio. Charles was enroute to work when the accident occured only a short distance from Miss Carter's home. All six were thrown from the auto when it was struck by a Cincinnati-bound passenger train No. 227. Verdicts of accidental deaths were returned by Coroner H.C. Schick, who said all four of the victims suffered from skull fractures. Charles Graham left arm was fractured. Accident occured at Roxanna Crossing. Source: Newspaper Article Wed. Sept. 25, 1946 The Evening Gazette, Xenia.
His brother, Francis W., a World War II veteran, also was born in this city, the sons of Francis (Frank) and Leona (Honaker) Graham. The youths are survived by their parents; two brothers, George and David, New Burlington; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Knisley, near Centerville, and Mrs. Blanche Taynor, New Burlington, and their maternal grandmother, Mrs. George Honaker, near Xenia.
Source: The Evening Gazette, Xenia Wed. Sept. 25, 1946
Rev. M. E. Clay, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene, will be in charge of the joint funeral services for Charles W. and Francis W. Graham, New Burlington brothers killed in a train crash at Roxanna Wednesday, at the Church of the Nazarene, Bellbrook Ave. and Orange St., Saturday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Woodland Cemetery.
Source: The Evening Gazette, Xenia. Friday, Sept. 27, 1946.
Frank Henry Graham (1897 - 1973)
Leona Honaker Graham (1901 - 1977)
Helen Louise Graham Galbraith (1918 - 1988)*
Francis Walter Graham (1920 - 1946)*
Margaret Elizabeth Graham (1921 - 1921)*
Blanche Irene Graham Taynor (1922 - 2003)*
George Gamalie Graham (1924 - 1950)*
Charles William Graham (1928 - 1946)
David James Graham (1943 - 1999)*
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Record added: Nov 05, 2012
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