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Col William Graham

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Col William Graham

Birth
Death 1835 (aged 92–93)
Boiling Springs, Cleveland County, North Carolina, USA
Burial Boiling Springs, Cleveland County, North Carolina, USA
Memorial ID 90278255 View Source
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Grahams Fort is 8 miles from Kings Mountian National Military Park.

Colonel Graham was in charge of all the forts in the area surrounding the Blue Ridge Mountians.

Susannah and William are buried in a farm field off of a dirt road.

Susannah and William had one daughter,Sarah Elizabeth Graham (# 31687904) born on the same day of the battle of Kings Mountain. She married Abraham Irvine.

Colonel William Graham adopted all of Susannah Twitty's children after their father, Captian William John Twitty was killed by Indians in Kentucky. Captian Twitty was traveling with Daniel Boone on the Wilderness Trail.

Colonel William Graham adopted Susannah's children:

Arabella Twitty Magness*
Mary Twitty McFadden*
Charlotte Twitty Miles*
Susannah Twitty Miller*
Russell Twitty*
William Lynch Twitty (1760 - 1832)*
Allen B. Twitty (1765 - 1850)*
Bellariah Twitty Green (1771 - ____)*



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  • Created by: McFadden - Foy
  • Added: 17 May 2012
  • Find a Grave Memorial 90278255
  • Find a Grave, database and images (www.findagrave.com/memorial/90278255/william-graham : accessed ), memorial page for Col William Graham (1742–1835), Find a Grave Memorial ID 90278255, citing Twitty-Graham, Boiling Springs, Cleveland County, North Carolina, USA ; Maintained by McFadden - Foy (contributor 49010767) .