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John Joseph McGRAW
Henriette HOFFMAN
Husband:  John Joseph McGRAW
Birth:  4 Apr 1876, Leavenworth, Leavenworth Co., KS
Father:  James McGRAW
Mother:  Katherine "Kate" __?__
Marriage:
Wife:  Henriette HOFFMAN
Birth:  19 Jul 1873, KS
Death:  14 Oct 1950, Alameda Co., CA
Father:  Mr. HOFFMAN
Mother:  Ms. BIART
Children:
1.  Elmer William McGRAW, b. 14 Jul 1904, City & Co. of San Francisco, CA; d. 25 Jul 1955, City & Co. of San Francisco, CA
2.  John Bryon McGRAW, b. 25 Dec 1908, CA; d. 11 Feb 1997, Santa Clara Co., CA


Sources:

1.  CADI:  California Death Index, 1940-1997 (online at RootsWeb.com; missing columns contained no data):
Last
Name
First
Name
Middle Birth
Date
Mother
Maiden
Father
Last
Sex Birth
Place
Death Place
(County)
Death
Date
SSN Age
McGraw Henriette   07/19/1873 Biart Hoffman F Kansas Alameda(01) 10/14/1950   77 yrs
McGraw Elmer William 07/14/1904 Hoffman McGraw M California San Francisco(38) 07/25/1955 556-01-4243 51 yrs
McGraw John Bryon 12/25/1908 Hoffman   M California Santa Clara 02/11/1997 545-07-5791 88 yrs

2.  Messages on the McGraw Surname Board (online at Ancestry.com).

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