Graham [07180108]

6 October 1839: List of Passengers on board the H. C. Steam Vessel Berenice to Suez: Dr & Mrs Graham & two Children

25 March 1880: Ann Graham, Brunswick Street, Belfast, spinster, v. James Forrest, Dromore, Limavady, gentleman; and Bank of Ireland, College Green, Dublin, v. Francis Graham, Boughill, Anaclare, county Monaghan, farmer

25 March 1880: County court judgment against Thomas Graham, Moorthwaite, Cumwhitton, Cumberland, farmer; and against William Graham, Robert Street, Carlisle

25 March 1880: Bill of sale by Charles Graham, 120 Shipley Street, Byker, Newcastle, painter, in favour of A. Jacobs & Co.

1892: George Ernest Graham [born 7 September 1865], of Lower Street, Cavendish, builder, registered with the National Deposit Friendly Society. Drew sick pay March to May 1927. Still contributing through to December 1929

5 February 1908: Postcard to Mrs R. Graham, Grants Cottages, Balmullo: ‘Sorrow Cant come tomorrow  Mrs Levach is away for the week & Agnes cant get away Come again   Yours L. Inglis’

23 August 1912: Ernest Edward Graham [born 29 April 1898], of Lower Street, Cavendish [altered to Botany Farm, Letheringham, Suffolk], carpenter [altered to farmer], registered with the National Deposit Friendly Society. Still contributing through to December 1929

January 1915: Bert Graham, humorous vocalist, Westcliff Gardens, Freeland Road, Clacton-on-Sea

23 October 1920: Phoebe M Graham [born 26 September 1898], of Lower Street, Cavendish [altered to Botany Farm, Letheringham, Suffolk], household duties, registered with the National Deposit Friendly Society. Drew medical pay August 1928. Still contributing through to December 1929

9 March 1930: Birth, to Edith, wife of G. Michael Graham (1911-16), a son, who was named John

June 1930: Natural History Award Committee: Donald Gray, John A. Dell, J. Henry Fryer, Lawrence Richardson, Charles E. Hodgson, G. Michael Graham, Hugh Richardson, Wilfrid B. Alexander.

Bootham School Staff: Assistant Masters: Brian Sparkes, Charles E. L. Livesey, John A. Dell, Philip Corder, John B. Grubb, Thomas Hopkins, Leslie H. Gilbert, Anthony N. Pim, Geoffrey Heyhoe, Sidney K. Brown, Stanley Elliott, William Burgess, Frank Graham.

That the growing disturbances in India have been closely followed was indicated by the interest shown in Mr Hoyland’s talk on March 2nd, and that shown in the distinguished strangers’ debate on March 29th. Mr J. P. Fletcher proposed and Mr J. W. Graham opposed the immediate granting of dominion status to India. The debate was very well followed, and when the house divided the opposition were victorious by a majority of 15.

1st April 1931: Graham to play for Nottingham Forest on Friday

December 1942: We welcome Miss M. Graham, B.A. (Lond.), to the Staff.

17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. General Theatres Corporation, Ltd: Birmingham Hippodrome. – Macdonald and Graham, Scott and Whaley, The Two Leslies, Percy Rich and Eva, Judy Shirley and Sam Browne, Ben Abderrahman Wassan Troupe, Billy Caryll and Hilda Mundy (5.10, 7.25) Fred Collins’ Agency. Edinburgh, Theatre Royal (R. 11) – Rennie Munro and his Band, Four Sensationalists, Jo Kerr, Taylor and Thomas, Graham and Scott, Bijou and Freda, Alpha Trio.

12 June 1951: F. A. Graham, contralto, The Alexandra Choir

15 April 1953: County court judgments against Mrs A. Graham, Avenue Farm, Elsworth, Cambridge; and against James Graham, 16 Hargrove Avenue, Padiham, firebeater; and against Herbert Graham, 11 West Mead, South Ruislip, manufacturers agent

15 April 1953: Bill of sale by George Edwin Durham, Railway Inn, Piercebridge, Durham, publican, in favour of L. M. Graham (English); and a bill of sale by Miles Llewellyn, 19 Wordsworth Road, Darlington, engineer, of specified furniture and effects, in favour of L. M. Graham (English); and a bill of sale by George Patterson, 2 Prospect Place, Darlington, chauffeur, in favour of L. M. Graham (English); and a bill of sale by Frederick George Ernest Swain, 126 High Northgate, Darlington, goods guard, in favour of L. M. Graham (English); and a bill of sale by John Williams, 181 North Road, Darlington, roller, in favour of L. M. Graham (English); and a bill of sale by Roy Graham, Crossgate Cottages, Fourstones, Northumberland, paper worker; in favour of Mason & Wood Ltd

January 1957: Member of the Amateur Fencing Association: E. R. B. Graham

7 October 1968: Robert Graham, in a group photograph of the Liverpool Football Club team

1974: Members of Seaton Carew Golf Club: Gentlemen: J. M. Graham, 13 Ashville Avenue, Eaglescliffe, Stockton-on-Tees Tel.: 78170; John N. Graham, 15 Benton Road, Tollesby, Middlesbrough Tel.: 89595

Spring 1981: ‘Dr Jarrah left the clinic in April 1980 when Dr Selwyn Dexter remained the only registrar. In January 1981 Dr Neil Graham joined the staff and Dr Dexter will be leaving in rotation in February 1981′.

c1990: A. A. H. Graham (Dentist), 142 Station Road, Redhill RH1 1ET

1994: John Graham, clairvoyant

25 March 2009: Steward signed up for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, season 2009: Ros Graham

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