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5 edition of General Joseph Graham and his papers on North Carolina Revolutionary history found in the catalog.

General Joseph Graham and his papers on North Carolina Revolutionary history

with appendix: an epitome of North Carolina"s military services in the Revolutionary War and of the laws enacted for raising troops

by William A. Graham

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Published by Edwards & Broughton in Raleigh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Graham, Joseph, 1759-1836.,
  • Graham family.,
  • North Carolina -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE263.N8 G7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination385 p.
    Number of Pages385
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24189855M
    LC Control Number05004365
    OCLC/WorldCa2214651

    General Joseph Graham: And His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History ()This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as par. Graham, Joseph. GRAHAM, JOSEPH. (–). American officer. Pennsylvania and North in Chester County, Pennsylvania, on 13 October , Graham moved south with his family after his father's death in , eventually settling in Mecklenburg County, North September he was commissioned as a lieutenant in the North Carolina Rangers, and later was .

      Number 1 CFWC/DRL Revised February (LO) Raleigh, North Carolina. NORTH CAROLINA’S REVOLUTIONARY WAR PAY RECORDS. Preserved at the North Carolina State Archives, the Revolutionary pay vouchers and certificates, as well as the Revolutionary Army accounts were records maintained by the Treasurer and Comptroller. Children. Joseph Brevard Kershaw (5 January Camden – 13 April Camden) married in in Camden to Lucretia Ann Douglas (27 August Camden, Kershaw County, South Carolina, USA - 28 April Camden), youngest of the four surviving daughters of the esteemed James Kennedy Douglas (23 October Minnigaff, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland - 13 November Camden) by his .

    The collection consists of papers of members of the Brevard, McDowell, and related families. Papers of Alexander Brevard include land grants, deeds, wills, and business papers relating to Mount Tirzah Forge in Lincoln County, including some relating to slaves working at the Forge; North Carolina Revolutionary War militia papers, including a muster roll, ; and an account, , of his. William and Sarah had at least seven known children and our research indicates that there may have been more! Their children names were John Graham (born ), James Graham (), Elizabeth Graham-Bowen-Freeman (), Joseph Graham (born ), Margaret "Peggy" Graham-Baldwin (born ), Henry Graham (born ), and William “Jack” Graham Jr. (born ).


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General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History: With Appendix: an Epitome of North Carolina's Military Services in the Revolutionary War and of the Laws Enacted for Raising Troops: Author: William Alexander Graham: Publisher: Edwards & Broughton, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Oct 11 4/5(2).

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(William Alexander), Pages:   Excerpt from General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History: With Appendix, an Epitome of North Carolina's Military Services in the Revolutionary War and of the Laws Enacted for Raising Troops James Graham, the father of Joseph Graham, was of scotch-irish : Joseph Graham.

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William A. Graham, General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History (). Jones, For History's Sake (). Sarah Lemmon, Frustrated Patriots (). Obituary of Major General Joseph Graham (broadside, North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill).

General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History; With Appendix: An Epitome of North Carolina's Military Services in the R by William Alexander Graham liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published — 12 editions. General Joseph Graham was born in Pennsylvania on the 13th of October, His mother being left a widow with five small children, and slender means of support, removed to North Carolina when he was about seven years of age, and settled in the neighborhood of Charlotte.

A detailed NCPedia article about Joseph Graham, written by Max R. Williams instated that, following his Revolutionary War service, Joseph Graham was a Politician and and an Iron Entrepreneur. He built the Vesuvius Furnace on Anderson Creek in east Lincoln County, and the Graham residence was constructed on a nearby bluff.

Joseph Graham's narrative printed in W. Hoyt, editor, The Papers of Archibald D. Murphey (Raleigh: North Carolina Historical Commission, ), volume 2. Joseph Graham's narrative was slightly modified and published as "General Joseph Graham's Narrative of the Revolutionary War in North Carolina in and ," N.C.

University Magazine IV. William Alexander Graham (5 Sept. Aug. ), lawyer, planter, and governor, was the eleventh child and youngest son of Joseph and Isabella Davidson was born on Vesuvius Plantation, the family home in eastern Lincoln County.

Both parents were staunch Presbyterians of Scotch-Irish ancestry; their progenitors had migrated first to western Pennsylvania before resettling in the. General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History; With Appendix: An Epitome of North Carolina's Military Services in the Revolutionary War and of the Laws Enacted for Raising Troops - Scholar's Choice Edition by.

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NORTH CAROLINA with the rank of Major. DAR Ancestor # A Joseph Graham (13 October – 12 November, ) was an American Revolutionary soldier, politician, and iron entrepreneur.

Graham was born in Chester County, Pa. James Graham, his father, was Scotch-Irish and had settled in Berks County, Pa., in General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History: Major William A.

Graham: Edwards & Broughton, Publishers, Raleigh, NC, A Defence of the Revolutionary History of the State of North Carolina From the Aspersions of Mr. Jefferson: John Seawell Jones: Turner & Hughes, Raleigh, NC, Title: General Joseph Graham and his papers on North Carolina Revolutionary history Author: William Alexander Graham Created Date: 5/16/ PM.

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References: Edwin Rudy Andrews, "'Poor and Unknown and Very Industrious:' A Study of W. Holden the Person" (M.A. thesis, Western Carolina University, ).

Descendants of James Graham (–) of Ireland and Pennsylvania (). William A. Graham, General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History (). deR. Hamilton and Max R. On Septem as Lord Cornwallis entered North Carolina he was harassed by “a few light troops” commanded by Col.

William R. Davie and supported by Capt. Joseph Graham. Twenty-one if he lived until Octo Graham had been assigned by the newly-created Brig. Gen. William L. Davidson because he was from Charlotte. Rushing on to the tiny village, Davie with his.

General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History. General Richard Winn's Notes --transcribed by Will Graves. "Major Crofford" is very probably Major Robert Crawford of South Carolina.

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Be the first.The following article appeared in the Charlotte Journal, December 2,p.3 A Revolutionary Hero gone! Died, at his residence in Lincoln county, on the 12th ult., Major General JOSEPH GRAHAM.Graham, Address by Major Graham on General Davidson, in North Carolina Booklet.

Boyd, The Battle of Kings Mountain, in North Carolina Booklet. Channing, The War in the Southern Department. Graham, General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History.

De Peyster, The Affair of King's Mountain.