My grandpa, Daniel Graham, registered with the draft board of Mississippi County, Missouri in December 1940.
Lillian Graham of Morley, Missouri passed away a little over a year ago.
Upon the death of E. D. Wilbanks, Patrick L. Bohannon needed to have himself identified as his children’s legal guardian.
Secret origin of the fearsome Maximo Deatherage!
You might notice stately Graham Ancestry is looking different these days.
Ezekiel Alexander submitted his final account of the settlement of the E. D. Wilbanks estate to the Probate Court of Pottawattamie County in March 1908.
On 27 February 1907, Edgar Daniel Wilbanks died intestate at his home near Maud, Oklahoma Territory...
I was toolin' around the Internet today and came across an article published by the Delta Dunklin Democrat, a newspaper from Dunklin County, Missouri. The article recounted the 75th anniversary celebration of Malden Army Airfield on 1 September 2018. William Alton Bohannon, a World War II veteran (and my third cousin once removed), was present…
One hundred years ago: My great uncle, Private William Thomas Graham, was serving in France with Company F, 348th Infantry, 87th Division. The division was under orders for service at the front lines and was actually in movement when peace broke out on November 11th at 1100 hours, bringing an end to World War I.
In May of 2017, my wife Ashli died at the age of 45. A few times I tried to write about it here, to share the tragic news with my cousins that read this journal. I thought that writing about it would help me to deal with it, but I couldn’t do it then. The…