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520. Lucien Fitz FRY194,195,205,210,236 was born on 14 July 1885 in Ladonia, Fannin County, Texas.157 He died on 7 June 1964 at the age of 78 in Ladonia, Fannin County, Texas.157

1910 Census. Still living at home. Merchant, Drug Store.

World War I Draft Card, dated 12 Sep 1918. Lucien Fitz Fry was age 33, born 14 Jul 1885. He was a Druggist, self-employed. He was married to Mary Frances Fry. He is described as tall, slender, with blue eyes and black hair.

Ladonia News, May 1913
"Simple Mixture Used in Ladonia"
Many in Ladonia are now using the simple buckhorn bark and glycerine mixture know as Adler-i-ka, the new German appendicitis remedy. A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach or gas on the stomach almost instantly. This simple mixture antisepticizes the digestive organs and draws off the impuitites and people are surprised how QUICKLY it helps. L. F. Fry.
The same edition had an add for:
F. P. Moring, Jeweler, at L. F. Fry's.
One wonders about the jeweler at the drug stone.

1920 Census. Ladonia, Fannin Co, TX
Lucien F. Fry, age 33, b. TX, Retail druggist
Mary, wife, age 30, b. TX
Benjamin E., age 10 months, b. TX

1930 Census. Living on E. Main Street in Ladonia. Lucien F. Fry, age 44, married at age 30. Proprietor of Drug Store. Mary F. age 42, wife. Ben E. age 11, Mary J. age 7. Living with them was Mittie Fry, age 78, b. AL, Lucien's mother, and Ivan B. her son & Lucien's brother, age 37, divorced. Ivan listed as Manager of the Drug Store.

1940 Census. Justice Prec 4, Ladonia, Fannin, TX, ED 74-21, Sheet 2A, Household 33.
Lucian F. Fry, age 54. Born in TX and living in the same house in 1935. He completed 2 years of high school. Farmer and owner-manager of a retail dry goods store.
Mary F., his wife, gave the information. She was 51 and had attended 4 years of college.
Benjamin F. son, age 21, two years of college.
Mary Jane, dau, age 17, 3 years of high school education.
Lucian owned his home valued at $2500.

Lucien F. and Ivan B. Fry were early directors of the Farmers & Merchants Bank. Lucien bought into one of the drug stores - Kean-Fry's. Lucien was in the Dry Goods businees and operated a lumber yard.
Lucien graduated from Ladonia High School, Class of 1904; listed in May 30 1947 Edition of Ladonia News.

World War II Draft Registration. 27 Apr 1942
Lucien Fitz Fry was born 14 Jul 1885, Ladonia, Fannin, TX and was age 56. Mrs. Mary F. Fry would always know his address. He was 5'8" tall, 145 lbs. Blue eyes, gray hair. Scar on little finger of right hand.

Ladonia News; Friday, 16 Jul 1943. Mr. & Mrs. L. F. Fry and Miss Mable Taylor spent Tuesday in Dallas.

Ladonia News, Friday, 25 Jul 1952. Mr. & Mrs. L. F. Fry attended the funeral of Mrs. Fry's aunt, Mrs. R. L. Carmicheal in Leonard on Wednesday afternoon.

Lucien Fitz FRY and Mary Francis CRABB were married on 18 October 1916 in Fannin County, Texas.122 Mary Francis CRABB was born on 11 March 1888.157 She died on 21 August 1954 at the age of 66 in Ladonia, Fannin County, Texas.157

1910 Census. Leonard, Fannin, TX
Benjamin C. Crabb, 53, married once for 23 yrs, b. MS. Bookkeeper at the Gin
Magnolia B., Crabb, 48, wife, 4 children, b. TX
Mary F., dau, 22, Teacher Paul C., son 20. Jesse, son, 17. Tolbert E., son, 5. All born in Texas

Texas Death Certificate #38325
Died at Baylor Hospital in Dallas, 21 Aug 1954. She was born 11 Mar 1888. She was married at the time of her death. Born in Leonard, Texas, to Ben C. Crabb, who was born in Mississippi, and Nola Boatwell, born Texas. B. F. Fry was the informant [her son]. She died of colon cancer and was buried Ladonia Cemetery.

Lucien Fitz FRY and Mary Francis CRABB had the following children:



Benjamin Edward FRY.



Mary Jane FRY.



Elizabeth FRY was born on 30 April 1927 in Fannin County, Texas. She died on 24 October 1927 at the age of 0 in Fannin County, Texas.

Found in Texas birth records as posted online. Child may have died young as she wasn't in the 1830 census.
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Elizabeth is buried as the daughter of L. F. & Mary Fry, Ladonia City Cemetery.