1. Samuel Edward DeGraw born April 1873 – died December 1955, Port Huron, St. Clair County, Michigan, buried in Lakeside Cemetery, Pt. Huron, Michigan. Buried in Block W, Lot 57, Grave 3, on December 3rd, 1955, lot own by Doris DeGraw. He can be found in FAG #88853152. In the 1900 census, State of Michigan, St. Clair County, Pt. Huron he is listed as: Samuel DeGraw born April 1873 in Canada, wife Alfunda (sp) born August 1874 in Canada and daughter Bernice born October 1898 in Michigan. Occupation for Samuel is railroad brakeman. Samuel can be found in the 1920 census in Pt. Huron, Michigan. Listed as: Samuel 49 years of age, born in Canada, immigrated in 1874, his occupation is laundry man for a towel company, wife Alfreda E. age 44 years of age, born in Michigan, daughter Bernice E. age 21, daughter Winifred age 19, son Kenneth age 16, daughter Doris E. age 14 and daughter Lucille E. age 12, all children born in Michigan. 1930 census, same location and at 1114 Court St., listed as: Samuel E. DeGraw age 58, occupation is salesman for a gas station, self own, wife Alfreda age 54, daughter Doris E. age 25, occupation is teacher and son Kenneth age 27. 1940 census, same location, 1117 Court Street: Samuel DeView (sp) age 70, wife Alfreda age 65, born in Canada but naturalized and daughter Doris age 32, born in Michigan. His occupation is gas station and teacher for Doris.
Alfreda Eleanor Adair DeGraw born August 13, 1872, Strathroy, Ontario, Canada, married to Samuel on December 21, 1897, in St. Clair County, Michigan, parents listed as Jacob DeGraw, Margaret Hornby and John Adair, Lillian Gillis, witnessed by F. DeGraw and Lillian Adair. Alfreda died June 27, 1947, Pt. Huron, Michigan. She can be found buried in Lakeside Cemetery, Pt. Huron, in Block W, Lot 57, Grave 2, on June 30th, 1947, lot owned by Doris DeGraw listed on FAG #88845879.