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 Frances Emma <I>Graham</I> Luker

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Frances Emma Graham Luker

Birth
Choctaw County, Alabama, USA
Death
17 Sep 1918 (aged 73)
Comanche County, Texas, USA
Burial
Comanche County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID
41730203 View Source

(From "THE LONE STAR STATE - A HISTORY OF TEXAS" Supplemented with biographies of many prominent persons and families of the state. Published by Lewis Pubishing Company, Chicago, 1896. P. 41 (414)

"(George W. Luker) married in January 1867 to Miss Frances E. Graham, who was born in Alabama, March 7, 1845, a daughter of Charles Pickett and Margaret Edna (Knighton) Graham. Her parents were natives of South Carolina, and in that state were married. Her father was a prominent farmer and followed agricultural pursuits throughout his entire life. He died in Alabama, and his wife, who survived him several years, passed away in 1876. Both were faithful members and active workers in the Methodist church. In their family were eight children: Dempsey, Moses, Elizabeth, Napoleon, Frances, Amelia, Charles, and James - who died in infancy".

(From "THE LONE STAR STATE - A HISTORY OF TEXAS" Supplemented with biographies of many prominent persons and families of the state. Published by Lewis Pubishing Company, Chicago, 1896. P. 41 (414)

"(George W. Luker) married in January 1867 to Miss Frances E. Graham, who was born in Alabama, March 7, 1845, a daughter of Charles Pickett and Margaret Edna (Knighton) Graham. Her parents were natives of South Carolina, and in that state were married. Her father was a prominent farmer and followed agricultural pursuits throughout his entire life. He died in Alabama, and his wife, who survived him several years, passed away in 1876. Both were faithful members and active workers in the Methodist church. In their family were eight children: Dempsey, Moses, Elizabeth, Napoleon, Frances, Amelia, Charles, and James - who died in infancy".


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