Here is the delayed birth certificate for my grandpa, Daniel Page Graham, issued about 38 years after his birth.

Delayed Birth Certificate, Daniel Graham, 1947.

1. Place of birth: Watts, Red River Township, Searcy County, Arkansas.

2. Full name of child: Daniel Page Graham. Note the spelling of his middle name. It was spelled incorrectly as “Paig” in his obituary and in most online family trees.

3. Sex: Male

6. Full term.

7. Legitimate: Yes.

8. Date of birth: 12 August 1909.

Father’s details.

Father was John Henry Graham of Watts, Arkansas, white, age 39 at time of birth, born someplace in Texas. Why didn’t he enter the city?

Mother’s details.

Mother was Mary Matilda Bohannon of Watts, Arkansas, white, age 40 at time of birth, born in Red River Township, Searcy County, Arkansas, occupation is housewife. It looks like the letter “W” was typed in the city field, perhaps for Watts.

27. Number of children: 10, with 8 living. Who had died by then? Mary Adaline Graham (died 1905) and Sarah Rosabelle Graham (died 1901).

Affidavit attesting to live birth at 5 p. m. signed by John Henry Graham.

John’s signature.

The details of the birth certificate were subscribed in the presence of a notary on 5 June 1943.

Bibliography

Ancestry.com, Arkansas, Birth Certificates, 1914-1917 (Lehi, UT, USA, Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2019), Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com, Arkansas Department of Vital Records; Little Rock, Arkansas; Birth Certificates. Record for Daniel Page Graham. https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=61774&h=694677&indiv=try.

2 thoughts on “Birth Certificate for Daniel Page Graham

  1. Hello Byron,

    Thanks for the below birth certificate for my great uncle, Daniel. My grandpa was Jesse Cornelius Graham, father of my dad Alvin Jesse Graham who died May 30, 2018. I remember dad mentioning “Uncle Dan” many times.

    Thanks also for all of your hard work with our ancestry!

    Michael Graham

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    1. Michael,

      Thank you for leaving a comment! Knowing that there are folks out there that appreciate this journal is what keeps me writing.

      And I remember my dad mentioning his Uncle Jesse.

      Byron

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