|Birth: ||Jul., 1835|
|Death: ||Jun. 23, 1904|
HISTORY OF ST. LOUIS, THE FOURTH CITY, 1764-1909 PAGE 76-77
Arrived in St. Louis, Mo and established the first paper mills in the west.
Henry B. Graham, Sr., belonged to a republican family and ever adhered to that faith, believing the principles of good government.
He always had great faith in St. Louis and its possibilities and was an enthusiastic advocate of its interest. He possessed a charitable nature, manifest in his generosity to those who needed assistance, while a kindly spriit permeated him in all of his relations to his fellowmen.
James Graham (1799 - 1860)
Mary L Brown Graham (1807 - 1843)
Elvira Price Graham (1842 - 1908)
Henry Brown Graham (1875 - 1921)*
Hannah Brown Graham Richardson (1827 - 1893)*
Sarah M Graham Pounsford (1831 - 1918)**
Henry Brown Graham (1835 - 1904)
James Graham (1838 - 1869)*
Benjamin Brown Graham (1840 - 1904)*
Lucy Graham King (1846 - 1935)**
Effie Graham Abraham (1849 - 1938)**
Note: Ref: Bellefontaine Cemetery Association / Burial Date: 6/26/1904
St. Louis City
Plot: Block 71 / Lot 988
Maintained by: Judy Graham
Originally Created by: Cathy Key
Record added: Jun 16, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 92007282