Sue Pedersen 1/
The following information was obtained from the Genealogical Office, Dublin, from the PRO, from printed sources [Dundas; Steele], from Christopher Graham descendant Rev. Douglas L. Graham, from other family information, from biographical dictionaries, obituaries, and from two CHRISTIE family trees: the first was lodged at St Andrews University, 3 Oct.1902 compiled by a descendant Christie in-law: Ralph RICHARDSON H.M. Commissary Clerk & Probate Registrar, of 2 Parliament Square Edinburgh, who married Melville Elizabeth FLEMING, granddaughter of Melville CHRISTIE.
The second CHRISTIE family tree appears to have been
compiled independently of No.1, at about the same date, often with more detail,
with hand-written additions to about 1940. A copy of this was obtained in
Dates and other details are added from personal research in original records.
Irish records are notoriously difficult to find. About two
thirds of the
Land deeds and gravestone inscriptions have been located to fill the gaps wherever possible.
There were many GRAHAM families sent to
Trory Parish near Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh appears to be
the original Irish place of settlement of our Graham family. Trory was part of
the larger Devenish Parish, being on the east side of Lough Erne while the rest
of the parish was on the west side where the parish church was sited. Before
1608 the parish had its centre and church at the Abbey on Devenish island, in
1630 the Chapel of Ease at Monea was made the
1629 Lieutenant William Graham 500 acres Church land "Muster-master of the Undertakers".
1630 Muster Roll of
1695 Trory: Rector's Tythe book: William Graham of Conrick paid Two pounds.
1744 John Graham of Enniskillen & Devenish paid tithe. [PRO] Brother of James d.1747?
of Trory Parish and Kilmore, Co.
James GRAHAM b.c.1681, died May 1747 aged 66. Sidesman at Devenish church 1707. Possibly descended from William (above), or James or George Graham (on 1630 Muster Roll as tenants of Sir John Hume).
James GRAHAM married
Mary b.c.1691 who died 7 Dec.1777 aged
86. She is entered in the Devenish census of
Also buried there:
Christopher GRAHAM who died
Margaret NOBLE [nee GRAHAM] who died 21 Sept.1741 aged 29
John GRAHAM who died 11 Nov.1742 aged 27
James GRAHAM of Kilmore who died
James GRAHAM senior and his wife Catherine BALL: "both departed this life in the year 1780, he aged 73 years, and shee 68 years".
In 1740 when the youngest son Christopher died, James, the eldest, was living at Cloghenagh: the second son, John, was still working in Trory.
Deed of 27 Nov.1740 ‘whereby James Graham of Cloghenagh and John Graham of Trory leased Kilmore’ (103 acres): James was aged 33 and John aged 25.
Apparently Trory on the east side was becoming crowded: both Cloghenagh and Kilmore are on the larger western side of the lake. (Rev. D.L.G.)
James Graham was a Churchwarden in 1744; "of Kilmore, voter" 1751 [PRO]; Freeholder 1757; Director of Highways 1760-61.
'Lease of 20 Oct.1774 ..to James Graham the elder, Christopher Graham and James Graham the younger, all of Kilmore Co. Fermanagh, farmers, the lands of Kilmore.. situated in the Manor of Moyglass, to hold for the lives of said Christopher and James Graham the younger.... and of James Graham now aged 6 years, only son of said Christopher and grandson of said James Graham the elder..' [PRO]
James = Mary
(1681-1747) I (1691-1777)
I I I I
James = Catherine BALL Margaret = ... NOBLE John Christopher
(1707-1780) I (1712-1780) (1712-1741) (1715-1742) (1719-1740)
I I I I I I
Christopher James *John = Ann MOORE William? Thomas? daughters?
(b.c.1745 (1750-78 (1753 (1760-1833) (Churchwarden (Churchwarden
d,1813) "of Kilmore") d.1829) Enniskillen 1780-82) Trory 1788
Children of James GRAHAM & Catherine BALL:
 Christopher GRAHAM b.c.1748, died 1813, married Dorothea [LENDRUM?].
1779 16 Aug. Lease to "James... and 4 only sons of Christopher..".
1788 'of Kilmore' Voter, with James Graham.
[See ‘Landed Gentry
 James GRAHAM (tombstone above) 1750-1778
 John GRAHAM
b.c.1753, died 22 Jan.1829,
John GRAHAM married
Ann MOORE b.c.1760, buried Cupar,
In the 1774 Deed (above), Christopher Graham the eldest son, and James Graham the second son, had shares in Kilmore. James Graham's death in 1778, aged 28, resulted in a further Deed with John Graham the third son, then aged 25:
1779 10 March (Deed: 320 608 220363): "whereby James Graham of Kilmore, Co.Fermanagh, with the consent of Christopher Graham of the same, granted to John Graham of Enniskillen, his half of Kilmore as from the death of the said James Graham and Catherine Graham his wife..." James Graham the elder and wife Catherine both died in 1780.
1780-82 John Graham was a Churchwarden in Enniskillen, with
William Graham. [
1796 John Graham voted on lease of land in Kilmore in Devenish Parish.
of Enniskillen, and of Cupar,
1796 31 July (Deed:
607 230 415566): "Lease ...
whereby John Deering of the city of Dublin Esq let to John Graham of Enniskillen
merchant a house called Clark's tenement then in possession of said John
Graham, situated in Enniskillen, to hold for the lives of the said John Graham
and of James Moore Graham and of John Morgan Graham and of Edward Smith Graham,
or for 40 years at £30 p.a. Witnesses
John Steele of Enniskillen and George Armstrong, Lieutenant 76th Foot. J.S.
7 children of John GRAHAM & Ann MOORE:
GRAHAM b.13 Aug.1784 Fermanagh, Ireland; died Cupar, Fifeshire,
Eldest son of John GRAHAM and Ann MOORE.
Joined S.Down Militia - moving around
Three generations by Henrietta Keddie, John Murray, 1911, describes Cupar life, and how as a child she witnessed:
"The chief of the revellers was an
Irishman who had been an army surgeon.... brought from the brilliant
[The author’s childhood home was two houses away from the Grahams’:1851 census.]
JMG retired from practice 1855, died Cupar 19 May 1865. Memorial stained glass window old Cupar church. Survived by 5 sons and 2 daughters. See below.
 John Morgan GRAHAM (b.c.1785-89.) Irish Will index gives a John Graham, Cornet 7th Dragoons, will 1819. Not known whether this was John Morgan GRAHAM - but no other sign of him in records after the Deed of 1796. These Irish wills are no longer extant. Possibly the records of the 7th Dragoons would give enlistment details, and death details.
 Edward Smith
Married  1828 Sarah Jane MILLER d. of Wm Miller of Castlebar, Co. Mayo.
Married  6 Aug.1840
Edward Girdlestone GRAHAM b.10 May 1843 St Sidwell Exeter, marr.1879 Elizabeth E.
[HARWOOD?] aged 27 1881 census, Edward Graham aged 38 b.Exeter, Captain
3rd Foot (The Buffs).
Oliver GRAHAM b.20 Oct.1844 Ipswich
Lional Frederick GRAHAM b.13 Aug.1847 Douglas Isle of
These sons were all named in their mother's 1876 will. [
 Anne GRAHAM,
married 1814 Simon ARMSTRONG of Moykeel Cleenish Parish, Co. Fermanagh.
"Property in Lanacran and Drumcose. Lt in Magheraboy True Blues" [
Issue: Anne (b.1815, died Cupar 1832), William, John, Maria, Mary, Margaret, Lucy Ellen, Charlotte ARMSTRONG.
 Maria GRAHAM
born Enniskillen, marr.
Issue: Mary Anne (b.1825 Harwick), Maria Piggott (b.1827
 William GRAHAM
married  1817 Mary ARMSTRONG who died 1828
 Charlotte GRAHAM b.c.1801 Fermanagh, lived with JMG & Mary in Cupar, died there 11 Nov.1881. On 15 Nov. 1881 George Hogarth (Provost of Cupar) wrote in his diary "Miss Graham, my old friend died leaving Mrs Graham and Ms Fleming very helpless in the house" and on the following 18 May "Mrs Graham died leaving the eldest, Ms Fleming".[Transcribed by Dr D.Hendry]
The 1841 census is destroyed; 1851 census at 77 Millgate, Cupar shows JMG (66), Mary (53), Margaret, daur unm 21, Edward son 17, Charles son 15 Elizabeth W. daur 13, Charlotte Graham, sister, aged 50, Alexander Christie, brother-in-law, aged 47 ('Hon East India Co. medical man'), and 4 servants. One groom was ‘deaf and dumb’.
The 1861 census for 89 Barony, Cupar shows JMG , Mary , Charlotte , Elizabeth W. , 5 servants, and the Davidson grandchildren all born "India British": Bettsy , Esther , Hugh .
In 1871 the 15 room 1 Barony showed widow Mary , Charlotte , 3 servants and a nurse, and two Davidson grandchildren, George Alex  and Richard .
In 1881 1 Millgate, Cupar [13 rooms] shows Mary , Melville Fleming her widowed sister , and Charlotte Graham sister-in-law, born Enniskillen, aged 80, and 3 servants. One servant "has been 34 years in the family" [JMG Obit.]
**James Moore GRAHAM
married  Sarah EDWARDS
JMG married  Anna Maria IEVERS [daur. of Thomas Ievers: Burkes Irish Family Records] 21 Dec.1807 at Ennis Co. Clare. "married on Monday last by the Rev. Mr Fitzgerald at her father's house, .. Graham Esq of the 31st Regiment to Miss Ievers daughter of Thomas Ievers of this town Esq" (Ennis Chronicle, Wed. 23 Dec. 1807).
JMG's "first years in
[JMG went to Cupar in 1814. Yet Jane was born  in Ennis, as was Thomas , and James . Did Anna Maria return home for the births?]
3 children of marriage :
 Jane GRAHAM
A "very interesting young lady" [JMG's obit. Fifeshire Journal 25 May 1865].
 Thomas Power GRAHAM bapt. Ennis 4 Feb. 1816, died young [Rev.D.G.]
 James GRAHAM
See: Australian dictionary of biography,
1851-90 pp.282-3; Pioneer Merchant: the letters of James Graham 1839-54, edited
by Sally Graham, Hyland House, 1985. A wish of distinction by Penny
Russell, MUP, 1994. A man about town: the letters of James Graham, Victorian Entrepreneur,
1854-1864, edited by Sally Graham, MUP, 1998. Graham, James 'Private
James wrote "I
was educated, at first, at Ennis College, Co.
We [Rev. Douglas G. & I] guessed that Jane and James must have been the responsibility of the Graham grandparents [and Charlotte who was 18 when James was born], in Ireland after their mother died, because of their moving together to Cupar, either when JMG married Mary Christie in 1827, when their grandfather John Graham died in 1829, or when James wrote that he had arrived, in 1832.
James wrote (about Mary Christie) "my dear mother", and "..I
should like to have been able to have called one little girl after Mrs. Graham
solely for whom I have, if possible, more than the affection of a son for she
always was a kind and fond mother to me." [Letter to Mrs Lyon Campbell
JMG married  Mary
8 children of marriage :
 John Moore GRAHAM
b.19 Apr.1828 Cupar son of J.M.G."Surg.,
Fifesh. Militia residing in Cupar & Mary Christie (3rd d.of And.Chr Esq of
Ferrybank present Provost of Cupar) his spouse". Died 21 Aug.1900.
Maj.Gen. Indian mutiny campaign 1857-9, Looshai expedn 1860-1, in Bhootan 1865,
ret. full pay 1879. (Kelly's Handbook 1881). Deputy
Inspector Gen. of Police,
Married Bengal 1851
Eliza PATCH 1851
(1) Edith GRAHAM marr. Colonel Thomas Everard HUNGERFORD Royal Marines.
Issue: Caroline Agnes Lily, Thomas Graham Everard, Edith Kathleen
(2) Alice Phoebe GRAHAM b.Cupar, Fife, 21 Nov. 1855
(3) Sydney Dalton GRAHAM, died unmarried.
Will of John Moore GRAHAM "a Major General in the Retired List of Her Majesty's Indian Army and at
present residing at Walmer Kent" ..."It is my wish to be buried in
the south side of the Graham family burying ground in the old Parish churchyard
of the town of Cupar Fifeshire in Scotland between my mother's grave and the
South wall.... to my daughter Edith Hungerford wife of Lieutenant Colonel
Thomas Everard Hungerford late Royal Marines at present residing in Walmer,
Kent .. her children..." Signed
 Margaret (Maggie) GRAHAM b.23 April 1829 Cupar, died 1914 Dunedin, married 1851 Bombay Maj. General Alexander George DAVIDSON b.1825, died 1901 of Tara Ghur near Glentunnel, Canterbury, NZ, late Indian Army, Deputy Commissioner of Adjmeer, Rajpootana, son of Major Hugh Davidson & Esther Pierson who was murdered in the 1857 mutiny.
(1) Mary Christian DAVIDSON (Bettsy aged 8, living with her Graham grandparents in
the 1861 Cupar census) b.1853
Colonel William Holden WEBB 1843-1914 late HM.109th Regt.
Arrived NZ 1878.
1. George Robert Holden WEBB b.1876
Jessie Muriel (Dolly) HAIR: 3 children:
Cynthia marr.Selwyn TOOGOOD
Sir Richard James Holden WEBB m.Barbara Anne GRIFFIN: son Michael
Richard Holden WEBB.
2. Margaret Audrey WEBB b.1875
3. Mary Elvire (Molly) WEBB b.at sea 1878 marr.1904 Leslie Haywood
MIRAMS, 3 children:
Leslie Holden MIRAMS b.1906 marr.Dorothy PARSON:
2 daurs: Angela [m.ANTONY], Pamela Ann [m.MacLACHLAN];
4. Ivy Muriel WEBB b.1880 Nelson, marr.1909 Gilbert Graham (Bert)
HODGKINS, 2 daurs Joan d.unm.1997; Audrey marr. Allott GABITES.
5. Frances Orme WEBB (Fanny) marr.1907 Leonard HEWITT, 2 sons Rodney &
6. Orme Townshend WEBB b.1884, d.1888, buried Nelson.
7. Constance Gertrude WEBB (Polly) b.1886 marr.1920 Ken SCHLANDERS
8. Hugh Graham WEBB b.1888, Tilkah
9. Eric WEBB b.1890, d.at Takaka, marr.1923 Jean JOHNSTON
(2) Esther Isabella DAVIDSON (aged 5 living with Graham grandparents in the 1861
Cupar census) bc1856, marr. Horace Bethune HORSBRUGH of Watarangi,
Wellington NZ, died Featherstone 1931, retired sheep farmer. 3 children:
Eleanor Graham [m.Charles MATTHEWS], Bessie Maud [m.Ray
MATTHEWS brother of Charles], and Charles Christie HORSBRUGH.
(3) Hugh James Alexander DAVIDSON (aged 4 living with Graham grandparents in
the 1861 Cupar census) bc1857, Captain North-West Mounted Police, late
H.M.89th Regiment. Medals
Married 2: Cara widow of Capt. CRADDOCK, Canadian Police. 4 children:
(4) Georgina Margaret DAVIDSON b.7 May 1867.
Graham DAVIDSON marr. Eugene BUCKLEY,
3 children: Alex William Eugene, George Stirling, Elizabeth Mary [Betty] BUCKLEY.
Rose DAVIDSON died unm.
mentions her brother Sisley Richard Davidson of Briarfield Dornoch? in County
cousin Charles Edward Graham of Timaru, NZ, and her cousin Bessie Felicite
Browne of the same address.
(7) George Alexander DAVIDSON (aged 3 living with Graham grandparents in
the 1871 Cupar census) bc1868, sheepfarmer
of Rev. Matthew ASHE,
Margaret Gladys, George Maxwell, and Shirley Frances DAVIDSON.
(8) Sisley Richard DAVIDSON (Todd) (Richard, aged 1 living with his Graham
grandparents in the 1871 Cupar
census) bc1870, Capt. 47th
clasps Chitral-Tirah, Mohmand.
Harvey WESTLAND daur of Sir James Westland I.C.S. K.C.S.I. Brigadier-General
1916. Mentioned in the 1936 will of his sister Bessie Rose Davidson: of Briarfield
 Anne GRAHAM b.20 Mar.1831 Cupar, died 21 Dec.1832 "Hooping Cough" aged 1.
 Andrew Christie GRAHAM bur.3 Dec.1832 Cupar "Dr James Graham's child died of Hooping Cough aged 3 months".
 Edward GRAHAM b.1 Nov.1833 Cupar, Sugar Planter Fiji Is., died Springwood,
NSW 1893, married Margaret MCRAE daur of Capt. Alexr McRae, no issue.
 Charles Christie
GRAHAM born 22 April, bapt.8 June 1835 Cupar "son of James Moore Graham, Surgeon, Fifeshire Militia residing in Cupar
& Mary Christie (third d. of the late Andrew Christie Esq) his Spouse. The
child was bap. by the Revd John Birrell 2nd minister of Cupar".
Educated Universities of St Andrews & Edinburgh. Arrived Melbourne
GRAHAM marr. Melbourne 11 Oct 1860 Jemima Frances (Fanny) WEBSTER born
Balgarvie, Fife 10 June 1837, who died 10 April 1925 at 69 Heriot Row Dunedin
aged 87. Buried
Graham Bros & Co partnership dissolved c1870 [ADB] after
Edward Graham had moved to
Member of the first Otago University Council. Navy League
executive; Chairman Diocesan Synod Anglican Church, chancellor of the diocese.
Died 69 Heriot Row,
Children: 5 sons & 6 daughters:
(1) Agnes Maud
(Maud) GRAHAM b.1861
d.26 April 1958
She stayed on after her husband died: known as "The Queen of Raratonga".
Effie Graham BROWN marr. 1911 her 1st cousin John Stanley (Jack)
GOULTER, farmer, Marlborough and Masterton, NZ.
4 children: 2 sons, 2 daurs:
Gordon Francis GOULTER, Wanganui, marr. Iris Annette, no issue
Thomas Percy GOULTER marr. Ray WILSON, 4 children:
Rosalind, Graham, Philippa, & Simon GOULTER
Frances GOULTER, Tokoroa, marr. Leslie TEAGUE, dau. Barbara
Ann GOULTER, Taupo, marr.Peter McRAE, 2 children:
Robin & Euan McRAE
(2) Mary Phoebe
(Phoebe) GRAHAM b.1863
May 1959, unmarried. Her will named her niece Cecily Moore, her niece
Effie Graham Goulter, her niece Jean Margaret Riley, her niece Edna Mary
Graham, and her nephew Douglas Taverner.
(3) Gertrude Amy
(Amy) GRAHAM b.4 Jan. 1865
Lewin Mackworth TAVERNER, farmer d.1942, Bulls, NZ. Gertrude Amy
Taverner on Rangitikei electoral roll 1893. 5 children:
1. Lewin Graham Mackworth TAVERNER 1896-1951 married Alison KEBBEL.
Gillian Mary TAVERNER, photographer, marr. Pat HANLY, artist,
2 children: Benjamin & Tamzin HANLEY.
John TAVERNER [unm.]
TAVERNER marr. Jane..... : 4 children: Sam,
2. Cecily Mary TAVERNER b.16 Sept. 1897, d.1985 married Lance MOORE,
Joan Mary MOORE, physiotherapist, married John [Jock] STANFORD, oil
co. executive. 3 children:
Mark Jeremy Kynaston STANFORD, artist, NSW married Mirary
Manzano PEREZ, fashion designer: 2 children: Jason Kynaston &
Talitha Paloma Paola STANFORD.
Miles Richard STANFORD, eye surgeon, married Hermione SCOTT, doctor: 3 children: Emma Louise Mary, Harriet, Olivia STANFORD.
Barbara Mary STANFORD, caterer.
Michael MOORE married Rosemary WINTER-COOKE, NSW.
3 sons: Nicholas, ………..
3. Douglas Lacy TAVERNER b.22 July 1899, d.Dec.1992, solicitor, Carterton,
Wairarapa, married Dr. Wyn COX 1898-1987. 1 child:
Anthea TAVERNER div. Ernie
3 children: Mark JENKINS, engineer, marr. Shelley GALLAGHER,
2 daurs Colleen & Amy JENKINS
twin: Catherine JENKINS, manager, marr. Shawn DUNFORD,
dau. Elizabeth DUNFORD.
twin: Anne, phys.ed., marr. Phillip REINERT,
dau. Rebecca REINERT .
4. Leslie Crawford TAVERNER b.2 Nov.1902, d. 2001? married her WEBSTER
cousin Samuel Anderson (Sam) CHAFFEY, farmer, 2 children:
Robin Samuel Murray Anderson (Sam) CHAFFEY died 1998 married Jan
PRAINE?, 4 children:
Margot CHAFFEY marr. Bernard CHRISTELLER,
Wellington NZ, quads:
Rebecca, Nicholas, Hamish, Robin, CHRISTELLER.
Anne CHAFFEY died Dec.1998 marr. Dr.Robin SCOULAR, Tauranga.
4 children: Jane, Jennie, Catherine, Richard SCOULAR.
5. Ian Digby TAVERNER b.18
Aug.1905, d. , engineer, Silverdale,
married Diana CROCKER. 3 sons:
marr. Ellen ……,
(4) Charles Edward (Edward) GRAHAM 1867-1938 Waitake, bank manager,
Roxburgh, married Mary Jessica SUMPTER. 1 daur:
Edna Frances Mary GRAHAM 1904-1975 Timaru unm.
(5) Douglas Moore GRAHAM b.28 Nov.1868 Ben Lomond Station Waitaki, died 25
Feb.1952, general manager & editor of the ‘Wairarapa Times Age'
Masterton, marr.1900 Bessie Mary PAYTON 1877-1958 eldest daur of
Mary [MACARA] & Joseph PAYTON. 2 daughters:
1. Marjorie Josephine b.3 June 1901 d. 8 Aug.1922 aged 21.
2. Jean Frances Macara GRAHAM b.11 Dec.1909 died 4 Aug.1995;
married  1931 Robert Thomson (Bob) ST LAWRENCE d.1958, farmer,
Hawkes Bay N.Z
married  1964 UK Ronald M. LOCKLEY, author.
uni. prof., 2 children:
PUTTERILL, research marketing manager,
marr.Grant BEBAN: 2 daurs:
Emma Molly SINGLE, Lucy Jane BEBAN.
Jean (Jo) PUTTERILL, uni.lecturer,
(Sue) ST. LAWRENCE, uni. librarian,
PEDERSEN, engineer, 2 children:
Robert James (James) PEDERSEN, architect, Sydney.
Webster (Tom) GRAHAM 1870-1946, civil engineer,
marr. Kate FENWICK. 2 daurs:
1. Joan Maud Edith GRAHAM 1907-1978
WEIR, 2 children:
Graham WEIR marr. Diana HUNT: 3 children:
Anthony, Nicola, Christopher WEIR
Anthony WEIR 1932-1945.
2. Rosemary GRAHAM marr.Guy PILCHER
1901-77 naval commander,
John PILCHER, engineer. Kloot, nr. Durban SA, marr. E.B. PALMER.
3 children: Amanda, Lucy, Annabelle PILCHER.
Sue PILCHER marr. J.B.OWENS; marr. J.W.ROSKILL. Newbury,
Berks. 3 children:
Clare OWENS [m. Andrew BAKER] 2 children: Simon & Anna
2 children: Fiona & Catherine Jane PILCHER.
(7) Charlotte Susan (Susie) GRAHAM b.Raumai nr Rangitiki NZ 26 Dec.1871
1. Margaret (Betty) RILEY died young
2. Francis Melville (Melville) RILEY b.31 March 1906 d.1987, farmer Timaru
Creek, Outram, marr. Janet PATERSON 1907-1985. 6 children:
RILEY, property manager,
DONALD, 3 children:
Josephine (Jo) RILEY marr. George WALES, farmer high country Central
Otago ‘Baldwin’, 3 children:
Devon WALES, Arrowtown, marr. Chris ….
Jeremy WALES marr. Dinah … children: Romy, Kia, Danie.
Miriam marr. Chan …. child Jin.
Timothy (Tim) RILEY, farmer, Rakaia Canterbury, marr. Jeanette....
Denis RILEY d.1988
Jenny RILEY, teacher,
Susan (Sue) RILEY,
FISHER, engineer, 3 children:
Timothy (Tim) FISHER
Simon FISHER, med. student, d.1998
3. Peter William Stewart RILEY, doctor, marr. Kathleen H …. ? 3 children:
(Dick) RILEY, engineer,
Graham (Graham) RILEY b.16 May 1912 d.1998, doctor,
marr. Patricia (Pat) WHITE: 4 sons:
John Graham RILEY, uni. lecturer UCLA, marr. Beverly Fong LOWE,
dau. Alexandra Lowe (Ali) RILEY
James Denis (Jim) RILEY, palm tree farmer & investor, Cardiff-by-the
Charles Robert (Rob) RILEY, GP, Nelson, marr. Leigh OWERS,
Timothy J. RILEY
Charlotte (Kaz) RILEY
Peter Lindsay RILEY,
marr. Claudete da SILVA, 2 children:
5. Margaret Jean (Jean) RILEY
(8) Caroline GRAHAM b.& d.1874.
(9) Henry (Harry) GRAHAM 1875- , magistrate, & manager of Indian Reserve,
Lytton, Rockie Mts. Canada, marr. Helen MILLAR. 3? other marriages.
Adopted son Colin GRAHAM.
(10) Guy Herbert GRAHAM 1877- solicitor, Waverley NZ, marr. Edith DICKIE,
1. Amy Marion GRAHAM marr. …. WILSON]
2. Phoebe Mary GRAHAM marr. ..... NELSON children: 1 dau & 3 sons
(11) Florence Caroline Fanny (Cara) GRAHAM b.3 Oct.1881 Karori, d.22 April 1950,
 Elizabeth Wemyss
(Bessie) GRAHAM b.24 April 1837 Cupar, died 3 Sept.1874
Graham BROWNE 1863-1875
(2) Bessie Felicite BROWNE 1865-1942 unm. She was mentioned in the will
of her cousin
Bessie Rose DAVIDSON who died in
Somerset, in 1936: “her cousin Bessie Felicite Browne of the same
Edward 1867-1964 b.Kirkcudbrightshire, died
Agnes WORTH, 3 daurs:
1. twin: Bessie M BROWNE 1906-1996 Denver, marr.1928 Hugh Edward
DAWSON, 2 children:
Marion Lois DAWSON m.Donald Sadler HIGHTOWER, son John David
HIGHTOWER m. Joy YAGER, dau. Jennifer.
Edward Browne DAWSON m. Mary Roberta (Roberta) THOMPSON, son
2. twin: Mary BROWNE 1906-1994 marr. H. Eugene SECREST, no issue
3. Anne BROWNE 1910-1986 marr. R.GRABBUS  T.H.BROAD, no issue.
(4) Cecil Moore BROWNE b & d 1868
(5) twin: John Philip Graham (Brownie) BROWNE 1874-1957 unm.
(6) twin: Mary Clementina (May) BROWNE 1874-1964 marr. Frank Cecil BEYNON,
 Phoebe Georgina
GRAHAM b.8 Feb.1840 Cupar, died