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1812 Born in Glasgow, son of James Graham (1776–1842), a prosperous Glasgow merchant and manufacturer of light woven fabrics for the West Indies, and his wife, Margaret (1775–1830), née Paterson; he was brother of Thomas
1845 Married Cooper Mary Hannah Boocock Woodcroft in Manchester
1855 His brother, Thomas, was appointed master of the Royal Mint.
From November 1860 he assisted his brother with the distribution of bronze coins
1861 A visitor in St George Bloomsbury, worked at H. M. Mint
1866 He became chief coiner.
1869 Died at the Royal Mint
1871 Cooper M Graham 53 was a landowner, living in Cranley, Surrey with Margaret Graham 24, John Cameron Graham 23, a civil engineer, Ellen Graham 22