Graham Family Collection

Stewart Bell Jr. Archives Room
Handley Regional Library
Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society

P.O. Box 58, Winchester, VA 22604
(540) 662-9041 ext. 17


Scope and Content: This collection contains writings of Henry Tucker Graham and John Randall Graham as well as the memorial biographical sketch of Fanny Bland Graham and biographical sketch and reminiscences of John Randall Graham. Historic figures mentioned include Washington, Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Woodrow Wilson, and John Randolph. (1 box) Last updated 10/09.

Biographical/Historical: James Robert, Henry Tucker, and John Randall Graham were the sons of Fanny Bland and James Robert Graham. The Rev. D. James Robert Graham served as pastor of the Kent Street Presbyterian Church from 1851 until 1900. Dr. and Mrs. Graham had eight children, three of whom became ministers (Alfred T., James R., and Henry Tucker). John Randall Graham, M.D., practiced medicine in New York City for 54 years.

Cite As: Graham Family Collection, 798 WFCHS/THL, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA.


Box 1

Graham, Fanny Bland (December 17, 1828 – May 13, 1901) -"In Memoriam," biographical sketch, 4 copies, 18 pages, printed

Graham, Fanny Bland – Jackson, Mary Anna correspondence published in Winchester Star, Jan-May, 1965, 12 items, printed (originals in Stonewall Memorial Association, Inc.)

Graham, Henry Tucker (August 21, 1865 - ?) - An Old Manse, 2 copies, 14 pages, printed

Graham, Henry Tucker - articles, 4 items, printed
"Exchange for the Soul," 9 pages
"The Safety of the Believer," 8 pages
"The Minister: The Man and His Task," 9 pages
"Some Things for Which the South Did Not Fight in the War Between the States," 11 pages
Graham, Henry Tucker, Men of Might, 1947, 1 item, 54 pages, printed

Graham, James Robert (July 15, 1824 - April 8, 1914) -biographical sketch, 1 leaf, manuscript, photocopy

Graham, James Robert - Semi-centennial sermon and anniversary exercise program, 1901, 1 item, 32 pages, printed

Graham, James Robert –Sermon and biographical sketch, St. Louis Presbyterian, v.30 #11, May 16, 1895, includes sermon by James Robert Graham to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church

Graham, John Randall (May 10, 1874 - ?) - interview on life and reminiscences, by Ben Belchic, 1957, 36 leaves, 2 copies, typescript (carbon copy)

Graham, John Randall - reminiscence on General Stonewall Jackson, no date, 1 leaf, manuscript (photocopy)

Magill family –Sketches biographical and genealogical prepared by Rev. J. R. Graham, D.D., Winchester, VA, 1908, printed, Eddy Press Corp., 38 pages