From Marriage Licenses Issued in the State of New York:
14 April 1764: Thomas Graham and Hester Bodine.
From Brick Reformed Church of Montgomery, Orange County, Baptisms 1734-1859:
John, born 13 May, bapt. 16 June 1776 to Thomas Graham & Esther.
Sponsors were Johannes Velten & Bodine.
Jane, bapt. 3 Jan 1779 to Thomas Graham & Esther Bodine.
Esther, bapt. 20 Oct 1781 to Thomas Graham & Esther Bodine.
Mary, bapt. 13 Aug 1784 to Thomas Graham & Hester Bodine.
Lydia, born 16 Oct 1789 to Thomas Graham & Esther Bodyn.
Thomas Graham served as a Private in a number of companies from Ulster County during the Revolutionary War including Capt. Boudewin Tarpenny's Company, Colonel Jonathan Hasbrouck's Regiment of Ulster County Militia from 20 Sept to 7 Oct 1777. William Bodine also served in this company during the same period. Thomas Graham or his widow never applied for a pension and both died intestate. The 1800 and 1810 censuses of Montgomery, Orange County record a Thomas Graham aged 45 and over which is likely this man.