Walter Earle Graham, 19051965 (aged 59 years)

Walter Graham 1921.jpg
Name
Walter Earle /Graham/
Given names
Walter Earle
Surname
Graham
Birth April 8, 1905 41 34
Occupation

Death of a paternal grandmotherMarie Euphamille Jambois
December 6, 1918 (aged 13 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherLamech Graham
April 8, 1921 (aged 16 years)
Burial of a paternal grandfatherLamech Graham
April 1921 (aged 15 years)
Death of a motherMarian Melissa Forgensen
March 31, 1925 (aged 19 years)
Burial of a motherMarian Melissa Forgensen
April 3, 1925 (aged 19 years)
Birth of a sonWalter Lee Graham
February 11, 1928 (aged 22 years)
Birth of a sonJack Lynn Graham
April 20, 1932 (aged 27 years)
Birth of a daughterAnn Lucille Graham
October 24, 1936 (aged 31 years)
Birth of a sonDonald Earle Graham
April 30, 1939 (aged 34 years)
Death of a fatherLamech Graham
December 8, 1947 (aged 42 years)
Emigration September 1949 (aged 44 years)
Death of a sonWalter Lee Graham
December 29, 1953 (aged 48 years)
Death March 7, 1965 (aged 59 years)
Burial March 12, 1965 (5 days after death)
Family with parents
father
18631947
Birth: August 15, 1863 35 20Viroqua, Wisconsin, USA
Death: December 8, 1947Wanblee, South Dakota, USA
mother
Marion_Melissa_Forgensen_Headstone.jpg
18701925
Birth: September 29, 1870 36 35Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA
Death: March 31, 1925Tacoma, Washington, USA
Marriage
Marriage: November 20, 1892Groton, Brown Co., South Dakota, USA
8 months
elder sister
18931969
Birth: July 20, 1893 29 22Groton, Brown Co., South Dakota, USA
Death: April 1969Kadoka, South Dakota, USA
4 years
elder sister
18971966
Birth: January 27, 1897 33 26Groton, Brown Co., South Dakota, USA
Death: April 23, 1966Sumner, Washington, USA
3 years
elder sister
19001984
Birth: February 15, 1900 36 29Groton, Brown Co., South Dakota, USA
Death: April 19, 1984Puyallup, Washington, USA
5 years
himself
Walter Graham 1921.jpg
19051965
Birth: April 8, 1905 41 34Groton, Brown Co., South Dakota, USA
Death: March 7, 1965Clatskanie, Oregon, USA
Father’s family with an unknown individual
father
18631947
Birth: August 15, 1863 35 20Viroqua, Wisconsin, USA
Death: December 8, 1947Wanblee, South Dakota, USA
Marriage
Marriage:
Family with Mary Mildred Frances Horning
himself
Walter Graham 1921.jpg
19051965
Birth: April 8, 1905 41 34Groton, Brown Co., South Dakota, USA
Death: March 7, 1965Clatskanie, Oregon, USA
wife
Mary_Mildred_Graham_Verley.jpg
19082001
Birth: March 11, 1908 26 28Paonia, Colorado, USA
Death: December 30, 2001Red Bluff, California, USA
son
19281953
Birth: February 11, 1928 22 19Phillip, South Dakota, USA
Death: December 29, 1953Seattle, Washington, USA
daughter
Private
son
Jack_Graham.jpg
19321997
Birth: April 20, 1932 27 24Ashton, Idaho, USA
Death: September 8, 1997Red Bluff, California, USA
son
Private
daughter
Ann_Graham_Housel.jpg
19362017
Birth: October 24, 1936 31 28Ashton, Idaho, USA
Death: November 10, 2017
3 years
son
Donald_Graham.jpg
19392019
Birth: April 30, 1939 34 31St. Anthony, Idaho, USA
Death: February 28, 2019Moore, Oklahoma, USA
daughter
Private
Guy Verley + Mary Mildred Frances Horning
partner’s partner
19051984
Birth: July 30, 1905Nebraska, USA
Death: March 17, 1984San Francisco, California, USA
wife
Mary_Mildred_Graham_Verley.jpg
19082001
Birth: March 11, 1908 26 28Paonia, Colorado, USA
Death: December 30, 2001Red Bluff, California, USA
Marriage
Marriage: April 18, 1967Poulsbo, Washington, USA
Shared note

From the Life History of Grace DeVere Graham Poste: (These things happened when Walter was between 4 and 8-9 yrs. old.) "One time we were trying to drive the milk cow and she didn't want to go. I told Walter to run up behind her, like our dog Pickle did, and pinch her ankles. He did this and she kicked him all over the place. I went to bed without any supper that night. Another time Walter and I were out playing and it was hot and we were thirsty. I decided to milk the cow so Walter, Pickle and I could have something to drink. I told Walter to sit down behind her and wrap his arms and legs around the cows legs. The old cow let loose and kicked. I, Walter and Pickle all went flying. Again I went to bed without any supper." "I was always in trouble for trying to turn my brother, Walter, into a dog when we were around cattle."

Shared note

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