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 Florida <I>Whiting</I> Graves

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Florida Whiting Graves

Birth
Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama, USA
Death
16 Jan 1922 (aged 79)
Queens County, New York, USA
Burial
Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA
Plot
Block 16, Lot 8
Memorial ID
127358054 View Source

Florida was the daughter of John Whiting & Elizabeth Bell.

She married William Henry Graves on 27 Oct 1868 in Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL.

They had three daughters: Elizabeth Eleanor "Ellie" (Matthews); Mary Virginia (Gunster); & Florida W. (Smith).

Find A Grave contributor James Singleton adds the following:
The photograph is Mrs. Graves daughter, Florida Graves; Florida married with Edward Devereux Smith. The photograph was taken at the time she had a "season" at Washington under the patronage of Mrs. John Hollis Bankhead. In addition to being a "Great Beauty", Florida was also an accomplished violinist. With her two sisters, the trio was popularly known as "The Three Graces of Waverly Place", Waverly Place having been a subdivision at Birmingham developed by her father, the showplace of the development being the Graves mansion. )

Florida was the daughter of John Whiting & Elizabeth Bell.

She married William Henry Graves on 27 Oct 1868 in Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL.

They had three daughters: Elizabeth Eleanor "Ellie" (Matthews); Mary Virginia (Gunster); & Florida W. (Smith).

Find A Grave contributor James Singleton adds the following:
The photograph is Mrs. Graves daughter, Florida Graves; Florida married with Edward Devereux Smith. The photograph was taken at the time she had a "season" at Washington under the patronage of Mrs. John Hollis Bankhead. In addition to being a "Great Beauty", Florida was also an accomplished violinist. With her two sisters, the trio was popularly known as "The Three Graces of Waverly Place", Waverly Place having been a subdivision at Birmingham developed by her father, the showplace of the development being the Graves mansion. )


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