Milo H. Graff

b. 22 October 1907, d. 15 February 1972

Parents

FatherJohn William Graff b. 26 Jun 1876, d. 5 Apr 1925
MotherAnna Catherine Bunkers b. 10 Oct 1879, d. 29 Sep 1941
RelationshipGreat-grandson of Herman Theodore Bunkers
Appears on chartsDescendants (with spouses) of Herman Theodore Bunkers
In Family LineBunkers

Information

Birth22 Oct 1907 Milo H. Graff was born on 22 Oct 1907 in Caledonia Township, O'Brien County, Iowa. 
1910 Census
(with Parents)
7 May 1910 Milo appeared in the 1910 Federal Census of Caledonia Township, O'Brien County, Iowa, as Milo Graff, in the household of his parents, Anna and John William Graff. He is a single white male, age 2. Son of head of household. He was born in Iowa. His father was born in Minnesota, his mother in Iowa. He doesn't speak any language. He has no occupation. He did not attend school. 
1920 Census
(with Parents)
14 Jan 1920 Milo appeared in the 1920 Federal Census of Caledonia Township, O'Brien County, Iowa, as Milo H. Graff, in the household of his parents, Anna and John William Graff
Residence
(Witness)
1924 Milo H. Graff lived with John William Graff and Anna Catherine Bunkers in 1924 in Caledonia, O'Brien County, Iowa; owned 231 acres, section 5. 
Marriage2 Jan 1934 Milo H. Graff and Mary Irene O'Meara were married on 2 Jan 1934 in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Hawarden, Iowa. 
Death15 Feb 1972 Milo H. Graff died on 15 Feb 1972 in Spirit Lake, Dickinson County, Iowa, at age 64. Cause of death: aneurism. 
Obituary Milo H. Graff's obituary appeared in the

NEWS ITEM: Milo Graff, 64, Granville Iowa

Died Feb. 15 hospital in Spirit Lake, short illness. Funeral 10:30 a.m. Feb. 18 St. Joseph Catholic Church, Granville, the Rev. John Schissel, Burial church cemetery, Fisch Funeral Home, Remsen. Rosary 5,7,8,9 p.m. Spaulding Hall, Granville.

Born Oct. 22, 1907, O'Brien County. Retired farmer, lifelong Granville are resident. Married Irene O'Mear Jan.2, 1934, Hawarden.

Member Fraternal Order of Eagles.

Survivors: Widow; daughters, Mrs. Donald (Pat) Schiltz of Remsen, Mrs. Eugene (Mary Ellen) Heying of Granville, Mrs. Ted (Jolene) DeVries of Sioux City, Mrs. Mark (Julia) Dehner of wichita, Kan; sons, Kenneth of Lake City, Iowa, Douglas of Omaha, Bruce of Sioux City, Eugene of Manilla, Iowa, Milo of granville; 25 grandchildren; brother, Joe of Spirit Lake, Ott of Cedar rapids; sisters, Mrs. A.J. Miller, Mrs. James Jacobs, Mrs. Bert Ballard, all of Granville, Mrs. Ray Schilmoeller of Algona, Iowa, Mrs. Bernice Hassmann of Warner Robins, Ga.

(This news item appear in the Spirit Lake, Iowa, newspaper, 1972.) on an unknown date . 
Burial18 Feb 1972 He was buried on 18 Feb 1972, age 64, in Saint Joseph's Catholic Church Cemetery, located in Granville, Sioux County, Iowa. 

Children of Milo H. Graff and Mary Irene O'Meara

8 known children of Milo H. Graff and Mary Irene O'Meara may still be living.