Ethel Graves

August 28, 1889 - November 7, 1962

wpe9.gif (8062 bytes)Ethel Graves was the daughter of Hubert and Ella (nee Schell) Graves.  The Hubert Graves family came to York Township from Calumet County in 1901.  Ethel was a schoolteacher and taught in the Mentor Township for awhile.  Her mother was a younger sister to Lillie Lavey’s mother.   Therefore, Ethel Graves was a first cousin to Lillie Lavey (Glenn Lavey’s mother). Ethel lived with her parents on a farm in Section 15 (later owned by the Hubings) and then later on another farm in Section 21 formerly owned by Albert Turner.



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