Jacob DeGraw born May 15, 1830 in Ontario, Canada and died April 21, 1903 in Port Huron, St. Clair County, Michigan and is buried in Lakeside Cemetery, in Port Huron, in Block B, Lot 93, on April 23, 1903, lot owned by Margaret DeGraw. In the 1900 census Jacob can be found in Port Huron, Ward 7, St. Clair County, Michigan listed as: Jacob DeGraw born May 1830 in Canada, father born in Delaware and mother born in Pennsylvania, wife Margaret born February 1850 in Canada, father born in England and mother born in Ireland. Son Frank born July 1872 in Canada, all three immigrated in 1877. Daughter Mary E. was born May 1888, in Michigan. Occupation for Jacob is carpenter and for Frank it is locomotive engineer. Per Familysearch.org, his parents on the death certificate are James DeGraw and Kathalean. He can be found on Find A Grave (FAG) as #88794730. He was married to Margaret Hornby.
Margaret Hornby DeGraw born February 29, 1847 in Canada, died October 4, 1909 in Port Huron, Michigan, and is buried in Lakeside Cemetery. Buried in Block B, Lot 93, Grave 4, on October 7th, 1909, lot owner was Margaret DeGraw. She can be found on FAG #88794706.