F. O. P. GRAYHAM, farmer, P. 0. London. The subject of this sketch was born April 26, 1816, in Madison County,
Ohio. He was a son of John and Lydia irayham, both natives of Kentucky. His father, with his parents, in 1807,
came to this county. Our subject was, in his youth, trained to the pursuits of agriculture, in which he is still
engaged. On November 5, 1840, he married Miss Elizabeth Robison, daughter of John B. and Polly Robison. Two daughters
- Mary and Lydia - are the fruits of this union. After his marriage, for several years, he settled on his father's
farm, now owned by Lemuel P. Loofbourrow. Later he settled where he now resides, in the northern portion of Pleasant
Township. He has served as Trustee of Pleasant Township, and for three years officiated as an Infirmary Director.
He is the owner of 286 acres of valuable land, and a member of the Christian Church.
History of Madison County, Ohio
Published by: W. H. Beers and Company
Madison County, Ohio Biographies
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