Found her on the 1880 Lewisboro, Westchester, New York census, age 2.
Found her on the 1900 Canaan, Litchfield, Connecticut census (dist 233 img 2) as Daisy M. Graham
age 22, teacher.
The leading social event of the past week in Philmont was the wedding at the Methodist Episcopal church on Thursday at noon, when Miss Daisy M. Graham, eldest daughter of Rev. and Mrs J. S. Graham, and Claudius J. Fingar, of North Germantown, were united in marriage. Rev. A. J. Palmer, of Poughkeepsie, presiding elder, performed the ceremony with the ring
The best man was John A, Hitzelberg, of Brooklyn. Miss Nellie Graham, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Margaret Fingar, niece of the groom, and Miss Lottie Barringer, of North Germantown; Miss Madeline F. Proper, of Livingston, and Miss Ruth E. Barringer, of Catskill.
The ushers were Leslie D. C. Graham, of Schenectady, brother of the bride; Clyde Lichtenham, of North Germantown; Henry Lawrence, and Rev. William L. Sahler, of Germantown.
The bridegroom, who has been studying for the ministry, will have charge of the Reformed church in Schoharie county during the summer
season, after which he expects to take a course in Rutgers Theological Seminary in New Brunswick to complete his studies. - The Columbia Republican June 28, 1907