|William O. Graham (#47009068)|
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|Mark A Culpepper||R A Graham|
I see that you sent a message about RA Graham to Shirley Burks. You said you were related to RA Graham.
I also tried to get more info. I sent the following question to her, but she had no further info:
The Weston HS Alumni Association is trying to find how our school was named. In 1883, a school that preceded our school was taught by a Professor Graham. Richard Addison Graham of Find-a-grave could be the teacher. We have some recollections that describe a Mr. Graham teaching at several schools around Weston, Louisiana in Jackson Parish. This was after the Civil War. We don't know if this is the same Graham, but I suspect it was. If so, he could have given the name to Weston by naming the school Weston Academy. I found that there was a Weston Academy in Georgia before the Civil War.
Do you have any further info?
Mark Culpepper-- westonhsalumnilouisiana.org
|Kathy Fouts||RE: error in Memorial-C B May|
Hi -- This has been changed. Thanks so much.
|Shirley Burks Wells||Re: Richard A. Graham|
I don't remember where I got this photo. Someone working on this line must have sent it to me. This is all I have. You are welcome to save it to a folder and print it out.
|T.D. Lamar||John Graham|
Thanks for adding the John & Nancy Graham grave photos from Texas.
|T.D. Lamar||RE: William Parker|
I just finished reading the three booklets that the family presented to the Pryor Library. Thoroughly enjoyed them and the awesome research that was compiled and presented.
Thank you very much for taking the picture of Frank & Bernice Moore's marker. I think this adds to my genealogy records quite a bit.