Graham, Potter, Cox, Webster familys of Dursley

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Graham, Potter, Cox, Webster familys of Dursley

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I am doing a massive 2000+ person extended family tree, of Potter
family's from Manchester.
One of these was, Lydia Caroline Potter, whom married, Cpt George Augustus Graham, & they owned Rednock House, now demolished & land used as, Rednock School, & sports centre,

St Mark's Church, Woodmancote
Lydia Caroline Potter grave no 1012, buried 9.4.1908 aged 67
Lydia Caroline
beloved wife of
George Augustus Graham
died 6 April 1908 aged 67
George Augustus Graham grave no 1012, buried 23.10.1908 aged 76
George Augustus Graham
Captain 107th Bengal Infantry
of Rednock, in this parish
died 21st Oct 1909
aged 76


Their Children with details, I have to date,

Edith Flora Graham, B 1864, & was u/m aged 36 in 1901 census.

Violet Beatrice Graham, B 1866, she married 1900, to,
Edward Montagu Webster

Constance A Graham, B 1868

Caroline S C Graham, B 1869

Alison Mildred Graham, B 1875, at her dads funeral as U/M in 1909.

Malcom George Alec Graham, B 1872 TWIN, d: aft 1909, was a farmer in 1901

Alec George Malcolm Graham, B 1872 TWIN,
married in 1908, in Upton On Severn, Gertrude Amy Wraughan,
He died as a Captain aged 42, D: 1914 in WW1 in France


Before 1909
Of the girls, Edith, Constance, or Caroline, but NOT ALISON or Violet, married a Harold Cox,

If you have any better info, could you please email me, Stuart,

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