1- SMALLWOOD, Annie Cameron Graham (Mrs. Robert F.), b Hillsboro. N.C.

5 - James Graham (1714-63), from Co. Down, Ire., 1733; settled in Berks Co., Pa., later in Chester Co.; m 2d, 1750, Mary (McConnell) Barber, who, after her husband's death settled nr. Charlotte, N.C.;
4 - Joseph (1759-1836), first sheriff of Mecklenburg Co., N.C.; later iron mfr. in Lincoln Co., maj. gen., Creek Indian War; sgt., adj., capt. and maj., Am.Rev.; wounded; m 1787, Isabella Davidson (Maj. John5, of Mecklenburg Co., N.C., a signer Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, m 1761, Violet Winslow Wilson; Robt.6, Scot. to Lancaster Co., Pa., m Isabella Ramsey, of Dundee, Scot.; Sam.7, m Mary, dau. of Benj. Winslow, Rowan Co., N.C.);
3 - William Alexander, LL.D. (1804-75), grad. Univ. N.C., 1824; lawyer; U. S. Senator, from  N.C.; gov. of N.C., 1845-49; Sec. of Navy, in Cabinet of Pres. Fillmore; Whig nominee for the vice presidency, 1852 (see portrait, Vol. III); m 1836, Susannah Sarah Washington;
2 - Maj. John Washington (2 below).

12 - Lawrence Washington (d 1584), of Northamptonshire, Eng.; builder of Sulgrave Manor; m Anne (d 1564), dau. Robt. Pargiter;
11 - Robert (1544-1620), of Sulgrave Manor; m Elizabeth, dau. Walter Light, of Radway, Warwick;
10 - Lawrence (d 1616), m Margaret, dau. Wm. Butler, m Margaret Sutton;
9 - Sir John, Knight, of Thrapston, Northamptonshire, Eng., m Mary, dau. Philip Curtis, m Catherine -;
8 - John of Surry Co., Va. (qv);
7 - Richard (will dated 1725), of Surry Co., Va.; vestryman, Southwark Parish Ch.; m Elizabeth Jordan (will dated 1735; Arthur8, m Elizabeth Bavinn);
6 - James (1698-1766), moved to Northampton Co., N.C., 1745; owned much land nr. Jackson, N.C.; mem. N.C. Assembly; vestryman, Northwest Parish; m Joyce Nicholson (Robt.7 [d 1719), m Joanna Joyce);
5 - John (will dated 1768), landowner, Northampton Co.; m Sarah Inman (John9, m Sarah Dawson);
4 - John (1768-1837), posthumous son; property owner, Kinston and New Bern, N.C.; m Elizabeth Herritage Cobb (1780-1858; Jesse5, of Kinston, m Elizabeth, dau. Wm. Herritage, from Eng., landowner, New Bern, m Susannah, dau. John Martin Franch, Ger. to New Bern, N.C., m Seville, dau. Jacob Miller);
3 - Susannah Sarah (1816-90), m William A. Graham (3 above).

10 - Nicholas Martin (qv);
9 - Elizabeth, m Col. George Reade (qv);
8 - Thomas (b ca. 1645), of Ware Parish, Gloucester Co., Va.; m 1670, Lucy Gwynne (desc. Hugh Gwyn, burgess);
7 - Clement (1707-63), d at "Bushy Forest," Charlotte Co., Va.; col. French and Indian War; clk. of Lunenburg Co.; m 1730, Mary Hill (1711-86; Isaac8, m Margaret, dau. Edmund Jennings, qv);
6 - Mary, m Thomas Nash (d 1769), to N.C.; settled at Edenton (John7 [d 1776], Wales to Va., 1723, of "Templeton Manor," Prince Edward Co., burgess, m Ann, dau. of Sir Hugh Owen);
5 - Anne Owen (d 1823), m 1773, Rev. John Cameron (ca.1744-1815), M.A., King's Coll., Aberdeen, Scot., 1767; (D.D., William and Mary Coll., 1793); admitted to orders by Bishop of Chester, Eng., 1768; to Va., 1770; pastor of St. James Parish, Mecklenburg Co., Bristol Parish and Cumberland Parish, Lunenburg Co.; patriot Am.Rev.; established classical sch. (Duncan6, of Scot m Margaret Bain);
4 - Duncan (1777-1852), judge Superior Ct.; pres. Old State Bank of N.C.; clk. Supreme Ct.; com. chmn. Gen. Conv., P.E. Ch.. which established Gen. Theol. Sem. (New York); chmn. bldg. com.. N.C. State Capitol, etc; m 1803, Rebecca Bennehan (1778-1843; Rich.5, Wales to Orange Co., N.C., m Mary, dau. of Thomas Amis, g.dau. of Louis Amis Huguenot, to Va.);
3 - Paul Carrington (1808-91), A.B., Washington (now Trinity) Coll., 1829; lawyer, planter financier, Hillsboro; m 1832. Anne Ruffin (1814-97; Thos.4, chief justice of N.C., m 1809, Anne, dau. of Wm. Kirkland; Sterling5, m Alice Roane; Robt.6, m Mary Clack; John7; Robt.8; Robt.9; Wm.10);
2 - Rebecca Bennehan, m 1st, 1862, Capt. Walker Anderson; m 2d, 1867, Maj. John Washington Graham (1838-1928), A.B., U. of N.C., 1858, LL.D.; maj. of 56th Inf., C.S.A.; he m 2d, Margaret F. Bailey, of Tallahassee, Fla.; issue (father's 1st marriage): 1-Paul Cameron (1869-1932; m Mary Courtenay Chestney); 2-George M. (b 1871); 3-Isabelle Davidson (1872-1902; m Thomas H. Webb); 4-William Alexander (1875-1911; m Anne Cameron Shepard; see their son William Alexander Graham, Vol. III); 5-Joseph Graham (1878-1935; m Etta Nelson Heartt); 6-Annie Cameron (1 above); issue (father's 2d marriage); 1-Alexander Hawkins (m Kathleen Long).
l - Nov. 9, 1916, Robert Fleet Smallwood (qv for genealogy).

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