Harvey Graham   

from the 1895 Butler County, Pennsylvania history, pp. 1161-1162 -

"William Graham was born in Allegheny county, Pennsylvania, January 27, 1783, and was the youngest son of Matthew Graham, Sr. He came with his brother to what is now Cranberry township, Butler county, in 1796, and assisted in clearing up a homestead in this township. He was a soldier in the War of 1812, and one of the well known pioneers of the county. He married Susan McDonald, who was born in Bedford county, but resided in Mercer county at the time of their marriage. She bore him a family of eleven children, as follows: William; David, and John, all of whom are dead; Oliver H. P., of Cranberry township; Eliza, deceased wife of Jacob Hartzell; Susan, deceased wife of Dr. Thomas Stewart; Joseph, a resident of Iowa; Samuel, deceased; Minerva, deceased wife of J. M. McKee; James H., of Penn township, and Harvey, who resides in Colorado. Mrs. Graham died in 1831. In 1856 Mr. Graham removed to Bedford county, Pennsylvania, where his son, James H., was then living, and died in that county in 1861. He was an elder in Plains Presbyterian church for many years, and in politics, was first a Whig and afterwards a Republican."

In 1880 Muscatine County, Iowa, Harvey is 53, Mary 50, Oliver 23, William 22, Eliza 20, and James 17.  Eliza was born in Missouri, the boys in Iowa.

Mary died in 1887 in Muscatine, so she never was in Colorado.  She was the daughter Robert and Sarah Smith, who had Mary, who came to Muscatine County, probably with her brother Nathan, who lived in section 33, Goshen Township.   Nathan was also born in Butler County, Pennsylvania, in 1834.

Harvey Graham, born 1827 in Pennsylvania, per FindAGrave 84355711, is buried in Muscatine, Iowa.

"Heirs of Harvey Graham" timber-claimed a quarter in 12, 8N 48W in 1902.

  October 27, 1897 Muscatine Journal

Source: “Muscatine Journal and News – Tribune”, Muscatine, Iowa, Friday, February 26, 1932 pg 1
Funeral services for William R. Graham will be conducted Sunday afternoon at the First Presbyterian church by the Rev. J. B. Kendall, pastor, assisted by the Rev. Ira B. Hawley, pastor of the United Brethren church. Burial will be in High Prairie cemetery. --- Mr. Graham died Thursday at his home in Moscow township as a result of a paralytic stroke. He was born in Goshen township, March 24, 1858, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham. He had spent all his life in Muscatine county. He married Mary Vordermark in Muscatine, Nov. 30, 1892. --- Surviving are his widow; three children, Mrs. Esther Garrison, Muscatine; Ernest Graham, Evansville, Wis.; Irvin Graham. at home; three grandchildren; one brother, James Graham, Kimberly, Idaho; two sisters. Mrs. S. A. Judson. Muscatine; and Mrs. W. C. Kibble of Boise, Idaho.


Eliza is in Bannock County, Idaho in 1900, married to William Kibble.  He was born Jan 1854 in Illinois, Eliza Dec 1859 Missouri, and they were married about 1884.  They have sons N.S. July 1884 born in Nebraska and Marion Aug 1886  COLORADO.

Marion Calvin Kibble married Agnes M. Keane Sept 6, 1911 in Boise, Idaho.

When Marion Calvin Kibble registered in Boise, he said he was born August 22, 1886 at Julesburg, Colorado.

Idaho deaths KIBBLE, Dorothy, 19 month old daughter of & Mrs. Marion C. Kibble at Quartzberg; 27 Oct 1916


One of Harvey's daughters, Sarah, per an Ancestry tree, married a Cummins - and a John B. Cummins cash-claimed land in 9N 45W - near Holyoke, in 1890.