The Col. James Graham House is a historic log cabin located on West Virginia Route 3 in Lowell, West Virginia. It was built in 1770 as a home for Col. James Graham, the first settler of Lowell, and his family. It was later the site of an Indian attack on the Graham family in 1777. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 16, 1976. It is currently operating as a museum.
James Angus Graham, 7th Duke of Montrose (1907 – 1992), styled Earl of Kincardine until 1925 & Marquess of Graham 1925 - 1954, was a British-born Rhodesian politician. Born in Scotland, he maintained a lifelong interest in politics & was a lover of all things Scottish. As Marquess of Graham, the Duke was educated at Eton & Christ Church, Oxford. Always a keen Gaelic speaker with a great fondness for the Highlands & Islands of Scotland, he lies buried in the family cemetery near Loch Lomond
James Graham of Barrock Park and Rickerby, 1786, by Johann Zoffany. A full-length portrait of James Graham (1747–1820) seated, holding a fine silver hookah for smoking tobacco. He is smartly and expensively dressed. His vast girth is a result of him enjoying many large dinners in India. A landscape fringed with palm trees can be viewed through a window opening on the left of the composition. In 1780 at the age of 33 he went to India to seek his fortune and worked for the East India Company.