Graham, Albert G. was born in the town of Huron, near the head of Great Sodus Bay, August 30, 1831. His father,
Henry, and mother, Roxana, were natives of Port Byron. The family were among the early settlers in the Mohawk Valley.
His education was obtained in tha common schools, to which he has added through life reading and close observation.
At the age of twenty four he married Eliza L., daughter of Solomon Smith, who died in 1866, and he married second
in 1867 Theresa, daughter of David Waldur. He has two children, both by his first wife: Charles H., and Emma J.,
wife of Edward C. Delano, of Sodus Centre, N. Y. In 1864 he bought the A. F. Redfield property of 100 acres; in
1876, the Grimsha property of eighty acres; in 1882, the Edwin Gilderleve property of 102 acres, and now has 265
acres of some of the best land in Wayne county, raising fruit, hay, grain and stock, and making a specialty of
milk, producing 450 quarts per day. Our subject is one of the most extensive farmers in his town.
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