(circa August 1776 - after 1804)
|Father||Andrew Graham1 (cir. Apr 1736 - cir. Apr 1801)|
|Mother||Jane Graham (say 1736 - aft. 1804); the Memorandum to Richard's will says he has mistakenly called the dtr of his sister Jane, Jane, instead of Margaret. I think there's yet another mistake in this, as all the previous references to Jane are to her as sister-in-law1,2,3|
|Relationship||4th great-aunt of Lorna Henderson|
BMDB dataMargaret Graham was born cir. Aug 1776 Astenby the baptism entry reading: Margaret daughter of Andrew Graham of Astenby and Jane his wife bapt" (my assumption is that Andrew & Jane moved from Craggs to Astenby) Par. of Kirklinton CUL ENG.1,4
Margaret Graham died aft. 1804 ?Arthuret, CUL, ENG.2
Wills/bequestsMargaret Graham were named as beneficiaries in the 9 Apr 1804 will of their uncle Richard Graham Turnmill Street, Par. of Saint James, Clerkenwell, MDX, ENG.2
All the other infoI have yet to conclusively prove that the William and Margaret baptised in Kirklinton to an Andrew and Jane (of Astenby) are children of the same Andrew and Jane Graham who had Richard and Stephen in Bewcastle. This latter Andrew is the one connected to Fauld and therefore my direct line. The corrobative evidence however is that a Memorandum to her uncle Richard's will states that where he said Jane Graham the dtr of his sister (in-law assumed) Jane, he really meant Margaret Graham the dtr of Jane. From William's absence in the will, I assume that he had died prior to 1804.2,3
|Last Edited||14 Sep 2007|
- Online search: assorted surnames, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Bap. 1776 Margaret to Andrew & Jane GRAHAM, batch C057991, Kirklinton, CUL Film 6904805, extracted Feb 2007.
- Probate 1804 Richard GRAHAM of Turnmill St, Clerkenwell, MDX, proved London, 30 Jun Probate 11/1410, copy d/loaded Apr 2007.
- "Lorna's Family History Musings", Apr 2007.
- Baptisms marriages burials: Kirklinton, CUL, ENG, Baptisms to Andrew & Jane GRAHAM, of Astenby, extracts rcvd from Carlisle RO, Apr 2007, JAC1147.
E. & O. E. Some/most parish records are rather hard to read and names, places hard to interpret, particularly if you are unfamiliar with an area.