Bourland in North Texas and Indian Territory During the Civil War: Fort Cobb, Fort Arbuckle & the Wichita Mountains
Confederate Veterans' Home
Ardmore, Carter County, Oklahoma
Group photo of residents of the Confederate Home in Ardmore OK taken in between January 16 and April 4, 1930. Two in the photo are C.G. Graham** and wife Mary Savage of Duncan OK.
Please help locate the original to this xerographic copy.
This three-page 1923 article is about the Confederate Home in Ardmore OK when it had 112 residents.
** Photo of Charles Granville Graham and his father, Tillman Williamson Graham of Sadler, Grayson County TX taken in 1861 just prior to enlisting in Stevens' 22d Cavalry-1st Indian Texas Regiment. T.W. Graham was in Good's Militia and had two sons in Bourland's Regiment: Jones Perry Graham and Tillman Williamson "Tip" Graham Jr. All later lived in Stephens County OK.
C.G. Graham's CSA discharge papers. He served 46 months in Stevens' 22d Cavalry-1st Indian-Texas Regt.
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