|Death: ||Dec. 21, 1871|
Middleton was an Attorney and a large land owner. Middleton was a prominent citizen in Appling County during his short life. He lived all his life in the county of his birth. Middleton Graham, was said to have acquired considerable real estate in northern Appling County.
The Macon and Brunswick the village of Graham was laid out as a town site when the railroad company built a depot there, and made it a train-stop.
Middleton died two years later, on December 21,1871 at the age of 40.
Middleton Graham served as representative from his county for four years from 1856-to 1860. He volunteered for service in the Confederate Army, in a newly organized cavalry regiment, Company " K ", 4th Georgia Calvary Regiment in 1862, and was elected 1st Lieutenant. He resigned his commission in September of 1864, and returned home to continue serving the Confederacy as captain of the river steamer "Governor-Troup", which the Confederate Government was operating.
A letter to William George from the little town of Graham, Ga. #S ,N 7 B RR ( Macon & Brunswick RR ), dated August 28, 1871 and signed by M.Graham. He was sending some money due Mrs Sikes and Mrs Manning. They were Eliza and Oliff, sisters of Mrs William George, Jr. Their mother was Rebecca Hall, daughter of Lewis Hall, R.S and Nancy Colly, and was the wife of Daniel D. Davis. Middleton Graham was a son-in-law of Seaborn Hall, who was a brother of Rebecca Hall Davis.
son of John Graham and Mary Ann Middleton
Mary Ann Middleton Graham (1810 - 1889)
Adeline Hall Davis (1839 - 1929)
John Wallace Graham (1860 - 1932)*
Middleton Graham (1831 - 1871)
Elisha Duncan Graham (1837 - 1889)*
Elizabeth Troup Graham (1840 - 1899)*
William Wallace Graham (1842 - 1907)*
Aquilla J. Graham (1849 - 1899)*
Created by: William Bowers
Record added: Oct 08, 2010
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