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    Johnstown Tribune, 14 Aug 1903, Page 3, Contributed by Lynne Canterbury

JOHN GRAHAM.

John Graham, a prominent citizen of Buffington Township, Indiana County, died on Tuesday morning, aged sixty-eight years. He had been sick almost a year with paralysis, which finally caused his death.

John Graham was a Civil War veteran, having served three years in Company K, Sixty-seventh regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. He was also a member of William Graham Post, No. 513, G.A.R.

Besides his widow, Mr. Graham is survived by one son, Allen, and three grandchildren, three sons and two daughters having died in the past ten years. He is also survived by three brothers -- Samuel of Blaides, and James and Robert, living in the State of Missouri.

Mr. Graham was a member of the M. E. Church at Shrongstown. Funeral services were conducted by his pastor, the Rev. Joel Hunt, after which an interment was made in East Union Cemetery.

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