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 Joseph Graves was born 20 June 1773 in Culpeper Co., Virginia. He moved to Kentucky with his family in about [[1797]]. ​ He married Malinda Watts, daughter of Johnson Watts and Susan Davis of [[Boone County]] on 4 May [[1812]].  ​ Joseph Graves was born 20 June 1773 in Culpeper Co., Virginia. He moved to Kentucky with his family in about [[1797]]. ​ He married Malinda Watts, daughter of Johnson Watts and Susan Davis of [[Boone County]] on 4 May [[1812]].  ​
  
-Graves became [[Sheriff]] in October [[1820]]. ​ He chose as his deputy ​[[Philip Bush|Philip S. Bush]].  In July of the same year he chose additional deputies, William Cave, and Washington Watts. ​ His older brother, [[Absalom Graves]], pastor of the [[Bullittsburg Baptist Church]], was [[county clerk|Clerk]] of the Courts for many years.  ​+Graves became [[Sheriff]] in October [[1820]]. ​ He chose as his deputy Philip S. Bush.  In July of the same year he chose additional deputies, William Cave, and Washington Watts. ​ His older brother, [[Absalom Graves]], pastor of the [[Bullittsburg Baptist Church]], was [[county clerk|Clerk]] of the Courts for many years.  ​
  
 Joseph Graves died 22 April [[1836]] in Boone County. ​ Joseph Graves died 22 April [[1836]] in Boone County. ​
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