Biography of Mrs. T. O. Graham

Graham, Mrs. T. O. (See Grant)—Ludovie Grant was a trader among the Cherokees in 1735. He married a member of the Wolf Clan. Their only a child, a daughter, married William Emory, an Englishman. From this union there were three daughters, the youngest of whom was Susannah whose third husband was General Joseph Martin of the Revolutionary army and later U. S. agent for the Cherokees. General and Susannah Martin’s daughter Nannie married Jeter Lynch an Irishman. Maria, daughter of Jeter and Susannah Lynch married Johnson Thompson and later Andrew Brown Cunningham. From this union were born the following chil­dren: James Franklin Thompson who married Caroline Elizabeth McCord; Joseph Lynch Thompson, married Frances Kell; Alice Tucker; and Miranda King, nee Riley; Sabra Anne Cunningham married Lucien Burr Bell and Jeter Thompson Cunningham, born Dec. 1, 1843, was 1st Lieut. of Co. A, First Cherokee Mounted Volunteers in the Confederate service, under Captain Hugh Tinnon and Colonel Stand Watie. He married on June 13, 1886 Camille Moore, born Feb. 12, 1849. He was elected to the Council from Delaware District August 2, 1869 and August 4, 1873; Elected Clerk of the same district August 2, 1875. Mrs. Keziah Camille Cunningham was the daughter of Elijah and Jamima (Landrum) Moore, and the grand-daughter of James and Rebecca (Duncan) Landrum. Jeter Thompson and Keziah Camille Cun­ningham were parents of Andrew Bell Cun­ningham, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation; Catherine Aurora born February 1 7, 1871, married Connell Rogers; Jeter Thompson born January 12, 1873, married Margaret Ellis; Keziah Elizabeth, born January 14, t575, married Oliver Lynch Wyly, and Hugh Morgan Rogers Lily May, horn May 23, 1879, married George Owen Grant;

Belle, born April 26, 1881, graduated from the Female Seminary May 25, 1900, married Dec. 21, 1910; Thomas Oscar Graham, born December 4, 1875.

Albert Sidney Johnson born February 19, 1883, married Margaret Daugherty; Roxana born March 8, 1885 mar­ried Dr. E. B. Reed.



Starr, Emmett. History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folk Lore. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: The Warden Company. 1921

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