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Notes for Julia Merritt FROST


Was unmarried.

SOURCE:  "The Olcotts and their kindred" Mary L.B. Olcott.  NewYork::National
Americana Publications, 1956, 403 pgs
Pg 190

SOURCE:  Frost, Josephine C. The Frost genealogy : descendants ofWilliam Frost
of Oyster Bay, New York, showing connections neverbefore published with the
Winthrop, Underhill, Feke, Bowne, and Wickesfamilies.  New York: F.H.
Hitchcock, Genealogical Publisher, 1912, 502pgs.

SOURCE:  Lineage Book.   Daughters of the American Revolution.
MISS JULIA MERRITT FROST. 19980
Born in Bloomvale, New York.
Descendant of Philip Hart.
Daughter of Charles Frost and Amelia Hart Merritt, his wife.
Granddaughter of Isaac Merritt and Eliza Hart, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Hart and Susannah Akin, his wife.
Philip Hart, (1749-1837), signed the Association Test of Dutchesscounty, New
York, 1775. He was granted furlough, 1777, for, Washingtonconsidered he could
best serve his country by manufacturing clothingfor the soldiers. He was given
the privilege of employing prisoners ofwar as workmen in his woolen mills. He
was born in Little Compton, R.I.; died in Hartsville, N. Y.
Also No. 17143.

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for NY, Dutchess Co., Pleasant Valley. Enumerated: 19
Sept 1850. Dwelling/Family:  312/349
Chas Frost, 30, manufacturer, NY
  Amelia, 28, NY
  Eliza, 6, NY
  Arthur, 4 NY
  Julia, 2, NY
Mary Larkin, 20, Ireland
Betsey, 16, Ireland

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie Ward 4. Enumerated
25 Aug 1860.  Dwelling/Family:  2058/2870
Charles Frost, 40, farmer, $3,000 real estate value, b. NY
  Amelia, 39, NY
  Eliza, 16 NY
  Arthur L., 14, NY
  Julia, 12, NY
  Alfred, 2, NY
Nora Flynn, 24, domestic, Ireland.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for NY, Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie Ward 6. Enumerated:
14 Jul 1870. Dwelling/Family:  138/188
Charles Frost, 51, tanner, $5,000 real estate value, $8,000 pers value, b. NY
  Amelia, 47, keeping house, NY
  Elisa,, 24, NY
  Arthur, 23, NY
  Julia, 21, NY
  Alfred, 12, NY
  Louisa, 9, NY
Phoebe Willetts, 55, $12500 pers value, NY
Susan Haviland, 57 $12,500 pers value, NY
Sarah Robinson, 35, domestic, England.
Bridget McClusky, 40, domestic, Ireland
Patrick Ryan, 31, coachman, Ireland

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie.  E.D.
61.Enumerated:  7 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  121/161.  Amelia M. Frost,57,
keeps house, NY/NY/NY.  Eliza M., 35, dau, at home, NY/NY/NY.Julia M., 32,
dau, at home, NY/NY/NY.  Alfred M., 22, son, fire insagent, NY/NY/NY.  Louisa,
17, dau, at home, NY/NY/NY.  Phebe M.Willets, 85, at home, NY/England/NY. 
Margaret Haley, 20, Domesticservant, NY/NY/NY.

DEATH:  "New York Herald"   [Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY]Wednesday, 13 Dec
1899
FROST -- On Tuesday, December 12, at her residence, in Poughkeepsie,N.Y.,
Julia Meratt Frost, in the 53d year of her age, daughter of late Charles and
Amelia M. Frost.  Funeral private.

DEATH:  The Mirror"  [Brocton, New York] Wednesday, Dec 20, 1899
   Miss Julia M. Frost, a leading member on the Christian Science church of
Poughkeepsie, died one day last week and Dr. W.B. Case, one of Poughkeepsies
oldest and most reputable physicians, says that she was afflicted with a
surface cancer and could have been cured if she had called in a physicoam
while the disease was in its first stages.
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Notes for Laura FROST


SOURCE:  "The Olcotts and their kindred" Mary L.B. Olcott.  NewYork::National
Americana Publications, 1956, 403 pgs
Pg 191
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Notes for Lelia Eastwood FROST


SOURCE:  "The Olcotts and their kindred" Mary L.B. Olcott.  NewYork::National
Americana Publications, 1956, 403 pgs
Pg 190
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Notes for Louisa FROST


SOURCE:  "The Olcotts and their kindred" Mary L.B. Olcott.  NewYork::National
Americana Publications, 1956, 403 pgs
Pg 191

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for NY, Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie Ward 6. Enumerated:
14 Jul 1870. Dwelling/Family:  138/188
Charles Frost, 51, tanner, $5,000 real estate value, $8,000 pers value, b. NY
  Amelia, 47, keeping house, NY
  Elisa,, 24, NY
  Arthur, 23, NY
  Julia, 21, NY
  Alfred, 12, NY
  Louisa, 9, NY
Phoebe Willetts, 55, $12,500 pers value, NY
Susan Haviland, 57 $12,500 pers value, NY
Sarah Robinson, 35, domestic, England.
Bridget McClusky, 40, domestic, Ireland
Patrick Ryan, 31, coachman, Ireland

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie.  E.D.
61.Enumerated:  7 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  121/161.  Amelia M. Frost,57,
keeps house, NY/NY/NY.  Eliza M., 35, dau, at home, NY/NY/NY.Julia M., 32,
dau, at home, NY/NY/NY.  Alfred M., 22, son, fire insagent, NY/NY/NY.  Louisa,
17, dau, at home, NY/NY/NY.  Phebe M.Willets, 85, at home, NY/Englan/NY. 
Margaret Haley, 20, Domesticservant, NY/NY/NY.

OBITUARY:  "Round Table" [Millbrook, N.Y.]  Saturday, 8 Feb 1896
OBITUARY
LOUISA FROST BAYLY
Louisa Frost, a granddaughter of the late Isaac Merritt and wife ofBevier
Southwick Bayly died early on the morning of the 31st ult., atPoughkeepsie
after a brief illness of typhoid pneumonia.
Her death is a sad blow to a devoted husband and to a large circle offriends,
and deprives two promising young children of a king andloving mother.  He life
has been a quiet and unassuming one, yet fullof good influence, and her
character was lovable in all the ways thatgo to make up true, noble womanhood. 
Probably few young ladies inthat city has more warm hearted friends or were
more highly respectedthan Mrs. Bayly.  She had been contemplating for some
time joining theSecond Reformed church and a week ago Sunday last she and her
fondchildren - John Austin, and Adele were baptized in waters of the
riverJordan at her home, and she partook of the sacrament with Rev.
Wm.Bancroft Hill and one of the elders at that church.  This impressiveand
solemn incident of her closing hours will linger always as apleasing
recollection in the hearts of the bereaved family groupedabout her bedside. 
Mrs. Bayly was the youngest daughter of the lateCharles Frost formerly of
Bloomvale, and died in her 30th year, thisconstituting the third death in her
grand-father's family in the pastfour months.
Two sisters survive her - Mrs. Eliza M. Hoyt, of Ovid, Mich, and MissJulia M.
Frost, also two brothers, Arthur L., and Alfred M. Frost, thelatter three of
Poughkeepsie.
At her late residence in Mill street to which many beautiful floralofferings
had been sent, a very solemn and impressive service onSunday afternoon was
conducted by the Rev. W.B. Hill assisted by achoir of ladies.

NEWS ARTICLE:  "Poughkeepsie Eagle News"  [Dutchess Co., NY]  Friday,29 Dec
1922
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
To Cora Maud Pearl, Anna Tackabarry, Howard Henderson Merritt, DyerPearl, Jr.
Elisa Frost Hoyt, Arthur Lockwood Frost, Hume MerrittFrost, John Austin
Bailey, Adele Frost Shaw, Cora V. Merritt, KateMerritt Evans, Elisa Hart
Merritt, Grace Frost Merritt, Anna M. Worth,Charles Frost Merritt, Daniel
Tobay Merritt, Amelia M. Jackson,Administratris of the Estate of Louise
Mabbitt, Deceased.
SEND GREETING:
Upon the petition of Isaac N. Merritt who resides in Montclair, NewJersey
You and each of you are hereby cited and required personally to be andappear
at a Surrogate's Court to be held in and for the County ofDutchess at the
Surrogate's Office in the City of Poughkeepsie, insaid County on the 29th day
of January next at ten o'clock in theforenoon of that day, then and there to
show cause why the accounts ofIsaac N. Merritt as Trustee under the last Will
and Testament ofWilliam Howard Merritt, deceased, should not be settled and
allowedand why Daniel T. Merritt should not be appointed a successor
Trusteefor the benefit of Charles Merritt.
And if any of the perons intersted is under the age of twenty-oneyears they
are required to appear by their guardian, if they have one,or if they have
none, they are required to appear and apply for theappointment of one, or in
the event of their neglect or failure to doso, a guardian will be appointed by
the Surrogate, to represent andact for them in the proceeding.
IN TESTIMONY WHEROF, We gave caused the seal of office of theSurrogate's Court
of the County of Dutchess to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS, Hon DANIEL J. GLEASON, Surrogate of said County, at the Cityof
Poughkeepsie on the 12th day of December in the year of our Lord,one thousand
nine hundred and twenty-two.
LOUIS PL HAUBENNESTEL, Clerk of the Surrogate's Court.
Wilson M. Powell,
Attorney and Counsellor
7 Wall Street
New York City
11Dec29fri
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Notes for Maria FROST


SOURCE:  The Frost genealogy : descendants of William Frost of OysterBay, New
York, showing connections never before published with theWinthrop, Underhill,
Feke, Bowne, and Wickes families.  New York: F.H.Hitchcock, Genealogical
Publisher, 1912, 502 pgs.  Josephine C.Frost.
Maria, b. March 20, 1822, d. Tenafly, N. J., Aug. 19, 1910, at home ofher
sister, Caroline.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Maria Frost
Birth:  1822
Death:  1910
Buried:  Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Mary C FROST


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Mary C. Frost
Birth:  1859
Death:  1873
Burial:  Riverside Cemetery, Hastings, Barry Co., MI
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Mary Smith FROST


SOURCE:  Frost, Josephine C. "The Frost genealogy : descendants ofWilliam Frost
of Oyster Bay, New York, showing connections neverbefore published with the
Winthrop, Underhill, Feke, Bowne, and Wickesfamilies."  New York: F.H.
Hitchcock, Genealogical Publisher, 1912,502 pgs.

SOURCE:  "The Olcotts and their kindred" Mary L.B. Olcott.  NewYork::National
Americana Publications, 1956, 403 pgs
Pg 192

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie. Enumerated:  13 Jul
1850. Dwelling/Family:  56/7
Solomon V. Frost, 57, agent, $10,000real estate value, b. NY
  Abigail, 54, NY
  Mary A., 34, NY
  Ann E., 19, NY
  Harriet, 11, NY
Chas Arnold, 12, NY
Catherine Banks, 18, Ireland
Keson Jones, 48, laborer, Ireland

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie Ward 1.Enumerated: 
23 Jun 1860.  Dwelling/Family:  8/10.
Solomon V. Frost, 65, insurance agent, $20,000 real estate value,$3,000 pers
value, NY.
Abigal, 63, RI
Mary S. Arnold, 29, NY
Ann E. Frost, 27, NY
Harriet Frost, 20, NY
Margaret Wilbanks, 30, servant, Ireland.

BURIAL:  Find-a-Grave
Mary S. Frost Arnold
Birth:  25 Oct 1814
Death:  7 Dec 1860
Burial:  Friends Ground, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co.,
NY
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Notes for Phebe FROST


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for MI, Kalamazaoo Co., Ross.  Enumerated:  1Jun 1860. 
Dwelling/Family:  7/10
Cock, Edward B., 30 produce dealer, NY.
Fred M., 13, MI
Francis H., 11, MI
Herbert D., 9, MI
Harriett E., 7, MI
Henry E., 5, MI
Phebe, 72, Widow lives Son, NY
McPhersonm Margery, 15, servant, NY
Phetteplace, Jay, 29, Democrat, NY
Phettiplace, Eliza J., 26, wife, NY

DEATH:  Kalamazoo Genealogy
Records.http://www.kalamazoogenealogy.org/KPL%203x5%20Files/06020.HTM
Cock, Phebe
Augusta
Mar 31, 1861.  Augusta.  72 yrs. 6 mos
At her home.
N.R.I. 4-12-81

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Pghebe Cock
Birth:  Sept 8, 1788
Death:  31 Mar 1861
Note:  Age 72
Burial:  Augusta Cemetery, Augusta, Kalamazoo Co., MI
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Phebe C FROST


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie.  E.D.
61.Enumerated:  7 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  121/161.  Amelia M. Frost,57,
keeps house, NY/NY/NY.  Eliza M., 35, dau, at home, NY/NY/NY.Julia M., 32,
dau, at home, NY/NY/NY.  Alfred M., 22, son, fire insagent, NY/NY/NY.  Louisa,
17, dau, at home, NY/NY/NY.  Phebe M.Willets, 85, at home, NY/England/NY. 
Margaret Haley, 20, Domesticservant, NY/NY/NY.

DEATH:  "New York Times" [New York, New York] Saturday, May 10, 1890.Pg 5
MERRITT - Suddenly, in this city, on Fourth day, Fifth month, 7th,1890, Phebe
C., widow of Edward Merritt and daughter of the lateSolomon V. Frost of
Poughkeepsie, N.Y, age 63 years
Funeral from her late residence, 105 West 68th St., on Seventh day,the 10th
inst, at 4 o'clock P.M.  Interment at Poughkeepsie.
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Notes for Phebe Elizabeth FROST


SOURCE:  "History and Genealogy of the Cock, Cocks, CoxFamily,Descended from
James and Sarah Cock, of Killingworth UponMatinecock, in the township of
Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.1914
Pg 106

d/o Jacob and Sarah (Mabie) Frost of Westchester Co.,
NY
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Notes for Phebe S FROST


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for NY, Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie.  ED 50. Enumerated: 
24 Jun 1880  Dwelling/Family:  324/381.  Clarence E. Young, 28, cider
manufacturer & gardener, NY/NY/NY.  Rebeca N, 29, wife, keeping house,
NY/NY/NY.  Edith May, 3, dau., NY/NY/NY. Blanche, 2/12 Apr, dau, NY/NY/NY. 
Phebe, 68, mother, no occupation, NY/NY/NY.  Phebe J., 34, sister, no
occuption, NY/NY/NY.  Hannah, 30, sister, no occupation, NY/NY/NY.
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Notes for Samuel FROST


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Samuel Frost
Birth:  Unk
Death:  Feb 27, 1849
Inscription:  Age 64 years
Buried:  Crum Elbow Cemetery, Hyde Park, Dutchess Co., NY
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Sarah Ann FROST


d/o Jacob and Sarah (Mabie) Frost of Calhoun Co., MI

SOURCE:  "History and Genealogy of the Cock, Cocks, CoxFamily,Descended from
James and Sarah Cock, of Killingworth UponMatinecock, in the township of
Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.1914.  Pg. 106

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Sarah A. Cock
Birth:  13 Nov 1825
Death:  Mar 4, 1905
Buried:  Augusta Cemetery, Augusta, Kalamazoo Co.,
MI
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Notes for Solomon FROST


SOURCE:  "American Ancestry: giving name and descent, in the maleline, of...
Volume 9."  Thomas Patrick Hughes, Frank Munsell
Pg. 83 [See notes for Arthur L. Frost]

SOURCE:  The Frost genealogy : descendants of William Frost of OysterBay, New
York, showing connections never before published with theWinthrop, Underhill,
Feke, Bowne, and Wickes families.  New York: F.H.Hitchcock, Genealogical
Publisher, 1912, 502 pgs.  Josephine C.Frost.
Pg. 53

58  SOLOMON, son of (10) Isaac and Mary (Cock) Frost, b. Crum Elbow,March 15,
1756, d. Jan 4, 1838; m. Oct 25, 1781, at the Meeting Houseat Ninepartners,
N.Y., Anna, b. 8th of 7th mo., 1764, d. Feb 19, 1822,daughter of Aaron and
Martha (Ward) Vail of Ninepartners.N.Y.
Issue:
Martha, b. Dec 14, 1783, died young
Samuel, b. Nov 8, 1785
Phebe, b. Sept 18, 1788
Solomon, b., Dec 14, 1790
Aaron, b. June 6, 1794
Henry S., b. June 9, 1796
Anna V., b. Oct 24, 1806
[Note:  Crum Elbow was purchased from one of the nine partners by hisfather. 
The nine partners purchased it from the Indians.]
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Notes for Solomon Vail FROST


SOURCE:  "American Ancestry: giving name and descent, in the maleline, of...
Volume 9."  Thomas Patrick Hughes, Frank Munsell
Pg. 83 [See notes for Arthur L. Frost]

Solomon Frost was the President of the village of Poughkeepsie, NY in1815. 
The Poughkeepsie Foundry was established in 1831 by Solomon V.Frost and
Benjamin Vail.  Mr. Frost afterwards became associated withhis brother Aaron,
and also one of the first directors of theMerchant's Bank, which was organized
2 July 1845.

SOURCE:  "The Olcotts and their kindred" Mary L.B. Olcott.  NewYork::National
Americana Publications, 1956, 403 pgs
Pg 190

SOURCE:  The Frost Genealogy: Descendants of William Frost of OysterBay, New
York..."  Josephine C. Frost  Pg. 106
Solomon and Abigail Frost received removal certificate from Creek toNew York
City, June 16, 1815.

CENSUS:  1850 US Census for Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie. Enumerated:  13 Jul
1850. Dwelling/Family:  56/7
Solomon V. Frost, 57, agent, $10,000real estate value, b. NY
  Abigail, 54, NY
  Mary A., 34, NY
  Ann E., 19, NY
  Harriet, 11, NY
Chas Arnold, 12, NY
Catherine Banks, 18, Ireland
Keson Jones, 48, laborer, Ireland

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for NY, Dutchess Co., Poughkeepsie Ward 1.Enumerated: 
23 Jun 1860.  Dwelling/Family:  8/10.
Solomon V. Frost, 65, insurance agent, $20,000 real estate value,$3,000 pers
value, NY.
Abigal, 63, RI
Mary S. Arnold, 29, NY
Ann E. Frost, 27, NY
Harriet Frost, 20, NY
Margaret Wilbanks, 30, servant, Ireland.

DEATH:   New York, Death Newspaper Extracts, 1801-1890 (Ancestry.com)
"New York Evening Post.  1868 - January
Poughkeepsie, Jan. 25, Solomon V. Frost,
78y
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Notes for Stuart M FROST


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Stuart M. Frost
Birth:  1907
Death:  1908
Burial:  Riverside Cemetery, Hastings, Barry Co., MI
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Walter A FROST


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for MI, Barry Co., Hastings.  E.D. 39.Enumerated:  2-4
Jun 1900.  Dwelling/Family:  29/30.
William H. Frost, head, May 1833, 67, m42 yrs, NY/NY/NY, book keeper.
Harriet L., wife, Mar, 1838, 62, m42 yrs, 5 children, 3 living,MI/NY/NY.
Walter A., son, Jul 1865, 34, MI/NY/MI, day laborer.
Herman W., son, Oct 1875, 24, MI/NY/MI, machinist.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Walter A. Frost
Birth:  1865
Death:  1957
Burial:  Riverside Cemetery, Hastings, Barry Co., MI
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for William Henry FROST


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for MI, Barry Co., Hastings.  E.D. 39.Enumerated:  2-4
Jun 1900.  Dwelling/Family:  29/30.
William H. Frost, head, May 1833, 67, m42 yrs, NY/NY/NY, book keeper.
Harriet L., wife, Mar, 1838, 62, m42 yrs, 5 children, 3 living,MI/NY/NY.
Walter A., son, Jul 1865, 34, MI/NY/MI, day laborer.
Herman W., son, Oct 1875, 24, MI/NY/MI, machinist.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
William Henry Frost
Birth:  May 31, 1833
Death:  Jul 1, 1911
Burial:  Riverside Cemetery, Hastings, Barry Co., MI
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Ann Nancy FRY


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com.  Ann Nancy Fry Calvin.   Birth:  1840.Death: 1876. 
Burial:  Locust Grove Cemetery, Mahoning Co., OH.
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Notes for John Henry FRY


DEATH:  Rhode Island Death Index, 1630-1930,  John H Fry; Kin #1:HenryFry; Kin
#2:  Mary E Fry; Died: 22 Oct 1897 at 61 yrs. of age.
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Notes for Abraham FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  68/68.  Abraham Frye, 40,farmer, $8,500 real estate
value, 1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah, 33,PA.  Henry, 17, PA.  Isabell, 15, PA. 
Sarah, 14, PA.  Wm., 11, PA.Josephine, 9, PA.  Jackson, 7, PA.  Chelissa, 5,
PA.  R. F. Biddle, 1,PA.

BURIAL:  Hazelkirk (Van Voorhis) Cemetery, Carroll Township,Washington Co.,
PA.http://www.rootsweb.com/~pawashin/cemetery/voorhis_cem.html    FRYAbraham
b. 21 Oct 1822 d. 9 March 1901
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Notes for Abraham FRYE


SOURCE: "The Old and New Monongahela" by John S. Van Voorhis[Nicholson Printer
and Binder, Pittsburgh, PA, 1893], p.p. 273-274:
Abraham Frye, better known as Ringland's Abe, was born in the oldhouse before
mentioned, on the old Frye tract of land, on the 12th dayof January, 1793. He
married Isabella Ringland September 13th, 1813,in the old house that stood
above the present residence of hisson-in-law, Abram Colvin, on the Brownsville
road, in Fallowfield. Inthe same house was born his wife, on the 5th day of
April, 1796. Herfather, John RiEngland was in his day regarded as the largest
landholder in Washington county. His children all died early, exceptingMrs.
Frye, who, at his death, inherited his large estate.
Abraham was one of the best of men. Naturally good- hearted, wasgenerous to a
fault. He never learned any trade. yet he was skilledbeyond his day in almost
every trade. He made of iron or wood whateverhe needed. In the absence of an
anvil he used his ax driven into apiece of wood, and with this improvised
anvil before the kitchen firehe made many a useful article, even at the
expense of annoying thecooks. He was general pewter-spoon moulder for the
neighborhood, andhis moulds, then so convenient, are still in existence. He
shod hisown horses, made his own grain cradles and sickles, his own files;made
and operated the first threshing machines in the county, oranywhere else, a
part of which can still be seen; he cut the stone forand built his model
spring house; cut and put in place the stone inthe house in which he and his
wife lived and died, and in which hisson Smith now resides. In a word, he was
a man of extraordinarygenius, He always lived on the farm where he was born.
The remains ofboth are interred in the family burying-ground on the farm. Soon
afterhis marriage he went to Tennessee to see if he could find a
betterlocation, but returned in a very short time and told his wife: "Nobetter
place than home; we will build a new house," and the sequelspeaks for itself.
His sons Samuel and John both married daughters ofParker Scott, Esq., and both
of them have nearly always since marriagelived on the old Ringland mill farm
on Maple creek. Their wives aredeceased. Christina, daughter of Abraham Frye,
married Abram Colvin.They reside in the new brick house near the old Ringland
mansion onthe Brownsville and Pittsburgh state road. Smith lives on
thehomestead where his parents died. Jackson recently sold to JamesSampson his
part of the home farm, and removed to Southern Kansas. Hisfirst wife was a
daughter of Garret Wall, Esq., of Allegheny county,and his present wife is a
daughter of the late Moses Colvin. Henry,Abraham and Noah live in Tennessee.
Noah is dead. Sarah Ann is thewife of Thomas McGowan, of Lock No. 4:, who has
been identified sincehis youth with the Monongahela Navigation Company.
Clarissa marriedAlexander Allman, and is dead. Isabella is the wife of E. T.
VanVoorhis, of the vicinity of Kansas City, Mo.
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Notes for Caroline FRYE


Researched and provided by C.P. Tilson.
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Notes for Charles W FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  69/69.  Noah Frye, 34,farmer, $5,000 real estate
value, $1,000 pers value, PA.  Lydia, 29,PA.  Sarah E., 9, PA.  Lorinda, 8,
PA.  Isabell, 4, PA.  Rachael, 2,PA.  Charles, 3/12, PA.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  P.
14.Enumerated: 20 June.  Dwelling/Family:  1111/1111, Noah Frye, 45,farmer,
$21,000 real estate value, $1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah E.,19, keeps house,
PA.  Lucinda, 18, PA.  Isobel, 14, PA.  Rachel, 12,PA.  Charles, 10, PA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  17 Jun.  Dwelling/Family:  153/157.  Noah Fry, 55,farmer,
Disability "liver compla", PA/PA/PA.  Malinda, 39, wife,keeping house,
PA/PA/PA.  Sarah E., 29, dau. keeping house, PA/PA/PA.Ann, 22, dau., keeping
house, PA/PA/PA.  Charles, 20, son, farmer,PA/PA/PA.  Noah Jr., 4, son,
PA/PA/PA.
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Notes for Chelissa FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  68/68.  Abraham Frye, 40,farmer, $8,500 real estate
value, 1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah, 33,PA.  Henry, 17, PA.  Isabell, 15, PA. 
Sarah, 14, PA.  Wm., 11, PA.Josephine, 9, PA.  Jackson, 7, PA.  Chelissa, 5,
PA.  R. F. Biddle, 1,PA.
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Notes for Christina FRYE


Daughter of Abraham Frye and Isabella (Ringland) Frye

CENSUS:  1900 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield. District: 132. 
Enumerated:  259/246.  Christine Colvin, head, Mar 1818, 82, wd, 8 children, 7
survived.  PA/PA/PA, farmer. Stephen, son, Feb 1849, 51, PA/PA/PA, farm
laborer. Isabell, dau., Mar 1850, 50, PA/PA/PA. Abram, son, Jan 1852, 48,
PA/PA/PA, farm laborer. Ellsworth, son, Jun 1861, 39, PA/PA/PA, farm laborer.
Agnes, niece, Dec 1852, 47, PA/PA/PA, house keeper.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Christena Frye Colvin
Birth:  1819
Death:  3 Jul 1903
Buried:  Maple Creek Cemetery, Charleroi, Washington Co., PA
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Dan FRYE


Researched and provided by C.P. Tilson.
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Notes for Delnorta FRYE


SOURCE:  "History of Washington County, Pennsylvania"  Provo, UT:
TheGenerations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data: Forrest, EarleRobert,.
History of Washington County, Pennsylvania. Chicago: S.J.Clarke Pub. Co.,
1926.  pg. 321   Ancestry.com
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Notes for Edith FRYE


CENSUS: 1900 US Census for KS, Cowley Co., Ninnescah. E.D. 55.Enumerated: 14
Jun 1900. Dwelling/Family: 105/105. Jackson Frye, head,Oct 1827, 72, m34 yrs,
PA/PA/PA, farmer. Mary S., wife, Oct 1840, 59,m34 years, 7 children, 7 living,
PA/PA/PA. John, son, Dec 1871, 28,PA/PA/PA, farm laborer. Frank, son, Dec
1873, 26, PA/PA/PA, farmlaborer. Jackson E., son, June 1877, 22, PA/PA/PA,
farm laborer.Trissie, dau. Oct 1880, 19, PA/PA/PA. Edith, dau., Jan 1884,
16,PA/PA/PA.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for KS, Cowley Co., Ninnescah.  E.D. 57.Enumerated: 
22 Apr 1910.  Dwelling/Family:  11/ - .  Jackson Fry,head, 83, m 49 yrs,
PA/PA/PA, own income.  Mary G., wife, 68, m49 yrs,7 children, 7 living,
PA/PA/PA.  Edith V. Fry, dau., 26, PA/PA/PA,millner in hat factory.
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Notes for Elmer FRYE


Researched and provided by C.P. Tilson.
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Notes for Frank FRYE


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  7 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  51/54.  Jackson Fry,52, farmer,
PA/PA/PA. Mary S., 40, wife, keeping house, PA/PA/PA.William S., 20, son, farm
laborer, PA/PA/PA.  Mary B., 19, dau., athome, PA/PA/PA.  Leisbeth C., 16,
dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.  Ida, 13,dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.  Margaret R., 11,
dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.John T., 8, son, at home, PA/PA/PA.  Frank, 6, son at
home, PA/PA/PA.Jackson E., 3, son, at home, PA/PA/PA.

CENSUS: 1900 US Census for KS, Cowley Co., Ninnescah. E.D. 55.Enumerated: 14
Jun 1900. Dwelling/Family: 105/105. Jackson Frye, head,Oct 1827, 72, m34 yrs,
PA/PA/PA, farmer. Mary S., wife, Oct 1840, 59,m34 years, 7 children, 7 living,
PA/PA/PA. John, son, Dec 1871, 28,PA/PA/PA, farm laborer. Frank, son, Dec
1873, 26, PA/PA/PA, farmlaborer. Jackson E., son, June 1877, 22, PA/PA/PA,
farm laborer.Trissie, dau. Oct 1880, 19, PA/PA/PA. Edith, dau., Jan 1884,
16,PA/PA/PA.
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Notes for Hester or Esther FRYE


Daughter of Abraham Frye and Hester Johnson

After Dorsey's death, she married John Kellar and had severalchildren.

Esther/Hester had gone to Peoria Co., IL with her brother, BenjaminFrye, who
was sheriff of the county and there she met and married JohnKellar in 1839. He
apparently died between about 1846 and 1850. Estheris enumerated in the 1850
and 1860 census in Richwoods Twp., PeoriaCo., IL as head of household. Her
eldest child in 1850 was Anna whowas born ca 1841. In 1870, Hester was living
with her son, James G.Keller and his wife Harriet in Richwoods Twp.
"The History of Vincent Colvin (ca 1738-1812)" by Marilyn Solaricopy on
file.
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Notes for Hesther B FRYE


Researched and provided by C.P. Tilson.

BURIAL:  Hazelkirk (Van Voorhis) Cemetery, Carroll Township,Washington Co.,
PA.http://www.rootsweb.com/~pawashin/cemetery/voorhis_cem.html  Esther B.d. 20
Mar 1864  w/o Townsend Van Voorhis 43 yr 3 mo 29 da
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Notes for Ida Mae FRYE


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  pg.
13.Enumerated:  17 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  91/91.  Jackson Frye,
42,farmer, $11,00 real estate value, $2,500 pers value, PA.  Mary, 34,keeps
hs, PA.  William D., 10, PA.  Mary B., 9, PA.  Elizabeth, 7, PA.Ida, 3, PA. 
Margaret R., 1, PA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  7 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:
51/54.  Jackson Fry, 52, farmer, PA/PA/PA. Mary S., 40, wife, keepinghouse,
PA/PA/PA.  William S., 20, son, farm laborer, PA/PA/PA.  MaryB., 19, dau., at
home, PA/PA/PA.  Leisbeth C., 16, dau., at home,PA/PA/PA.  Ida, 13, dau., at
home, PA/PA/PA.  Margaret R., 11, dau.,at home, PA/PA/PA.  John T., 8, son, at
home, PA/PA/PA.  Frank, 6, sonat home, PA/PA/PA.  Jackson E., 3, son, at home,
PA/PA/PA.
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Notes for Isaac FRYE


Researched and provided by C.P. Tilson.
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Notes for Isabel FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  69/69.  Noah Frye, 34,farmer, $5,000 real estate
value, $1,000 pers value, PA.  Lydia, 29,PA.  Sarah E., 9, PA.  Lorinda, 8,
PA.  Isabell, 4, PA.  Rachael, 2,PA.  Charles, 3/12, PA.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  P.
14.Enumerated: 20 June.  Dwelling/Family:  1111/1111, Noah Frye, 45,farmer,
$21,000 real estate value, $1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah E.,19, keeps house,
PA.  Lucinda, 18, PA.  Isobel, 14, PA.  Rachel, 12,PA.  Charles, 10, PA.
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Notes for Isabell FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  68/68.  Abraham Frye, 40,farmer, $8,500 real estate
value, 1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah, 33,PA.  Henry, 17, PA.  Isabell, 15, PA. 
Sarah, 14, PA.  Wm., 11, PA.Josephine, 9, PA.  Jackson, 7, PA.  Chelissa, 5,
PA.  R. F. Biddle, 1,PA.
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Notes for Jackson FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  68/68.  Abraham Frye, 40,farmer, $8,500 real estate
value, 1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah, 33,PA.  Henry, 17, PA.  Isabell, 15, PA. 
Sarah, 14, PA.  Wm., 11, PA.Josephine, 9, PA.  Jackson, 7, PA.  Chelissa, 5,
PA.  R. F. Biddle, 1,PA.
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Notes for Jackson FRYE


SOURCE:  "The Old and New Monongahela." John S. Van Voorhis. (1893).Pg. 273 
Google Books

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  pg.
13.Enumerated:  17 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  91/91.  Jackson Frye,
42,farmer, $11,00 real estate value, $2,500 pers value, PA.  Mary, 34,keeps
hs, PA.  William D., 10, PA.  Mary B., 9, PA.  Elizabeth, 7, PA.Ida, 3, PA. 
Margaret R., 1, PA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  7 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  51/54.  Jackson Fry,52, farmer,
PA/PA/PA. Mary S., 40, wife, keeping house, PA/PA/PA.William S., 20, son, farm
laborer, PA/PA/PA.  Mary B., 19, dau., athome, PA/PA/PA.  Leisbeth C., 16,
dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.  Ida, 13,dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.  Margaret R., 11,
dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.John T., 8, son, at home, PA/PA/PA.  Frank, 6, son at
home, PA/PA/PA.Jackson E., 3, son, at home, PA/PA/PA.

CENSUS: 1900 US Census for KS, Cowley Co., Ninnescah. E.D. 55.Enumerated: 14
Jun 1900. Dwelling/Family: 105/105. Jackson Frye, head,Oct 1827, 72, m34 yrs,
PA/PA/PA, farmer. Mary S., wife, Oct 1840, 59,m34 years, 7 children, 7 living,
PA/PA/PA. John, son, Dec 1871, 28,PA/PA/PA, farm laborer. Frank, son, Dec
1873, 26, PA/PA/PA, farmlaborer. Jackson E., son, June 1877, 22, PA/PA/PA,
farm laborer.Trissie, dau. Oct 1880, 19, PA/PA/PA. Edith, dau., Jan 1884,
16,PA/PA/PA.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for KS, Cowley Co., Ninnescah.  E.D. 57.Enumerated: 
22 Apr 1910.  Dwelling/Family:  11/ - .  Jackson Fry,head, 83, m 49 yrs,
PA/PA/PA, own income.  Mary G., wife, 68, m49 yrs,7 children, 7 living,
PA/PA/PA.  Edith V. Fry, dau., 26, PA/PA/PA,millner in hat factory.

OBITUARY:  The Charleroi Mail, | Charleroi, Pennsylvania | Saturday,July 01,
1911 | Page 1
Jackson Frye Dead
World has been received here by Smith Frye of the death of hisbrother, Jackson
Frye of Udall, Kansas formerly of Fallowfieldtownship, which occurred June 25,
1911.  He was a well known man inthis vicinity.
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Notes for Jackson E FRYE


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  7 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  51/54.  Jackson Fry,52, farmer,
PA/PA/PA. Mary S., 40, wife, keeping house, PA/PA/PA.William S., 20, son, farm
laborer, PA/PA/PA.  Mary B., 19, dau., athome, PA/PA/PA.  Leisbeth C., 16,
dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.  Ida, 13,dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.  Margaret R., 11,
dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.John T., 8, son, at home, PA/PA/PA.  Frank, 6, son at
home, PA/PA/PA.Jackson E., 3, son, at home, PA/PA/PA.

CENSUS: 1900 US Census for KS, Cowley Co., Ninnescah. E.D. 55.Enumerated: 14
Jun 1900. Dwelling/Family: 105/105. Jackson Frye, head,Oct 1827, 72, m34 yrs,
PA/PA/PA, farmer. Mary S., wife, Oct 1840, 59,m34 years, 7 children, 7 living,
PA/PA/PA. John, son, Dec 1871, 28,PA/PA/PA, farm laborer. Frank, son, Dec
1873, 26, PA/PA/PA, farmlaborer. Jackson E., son, June 1877, 22, PA/PA/PA,
farm laborer.Trissie, dau. Oct 1880, 19, PA/PA/PA. Edith, dau., Jan 1884,
16,PA/PA/PA.
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Notes for James FRYE


"The History of Vincent Colvin (ca 1738-1812)" by Marilyn Solaricopy on file.

Abraham and Hester (Johnson)
Frye
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Notes for John T FRYE


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  7 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  51/54.  Jackson Fry,52, farmer,
PA/PA/PA. Mary S., 40, wife, keeping house, PA/PA/PA.William S., 20, son, farm
laborer, PA/PA/PA.  Mary B., 19, dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.  Leisbeth C., 16,
dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.  Ida, 13,dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.  Margaret R., 11,
dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.John T., 8, son, at home, PA/PA/PA.  Frank, 6, son at
home, PA/PA/PA.Jackson E., 3, son, at home, PA/PA/PA.

CENSUS: 1900 US Census for KS, Cowley Co., Ninnescah. E.D. 55.Enumerated: 14
Jun 1900. Dwelling/Family: 105/105. Jackson Frye, head,Oct 1827, 72, m34 yrs,
PA/PA/PA, farmer. Mary S., wife, Oct 1840, 59,m34 years, 7 children, 7 living,
PA/PA/PA. John, son, Dec 1871, 28,PA/PA/PA, farm laborer. Frank, son, Dec
1873, 26, PA/PA/PA, farmlaborer. Jackson E., son, June 1877, 22, PA/PA/PA,
farm laborer.Trissie, dau. Oct 1880, 19, PA/PA/PA. Edith, dau., Jan 1884,
16,PA/PA/PA.

CENSUS:  1905 Kansas State Census, Township of Ninnescah, Udall P.O.,Cowley
Co., KS, p.p. 13-14, Dwelling & Family #26, as of 1 Mar 1905.Frye, John, 34,
b. Penn, to Kansas from Penn, Farmer.   Ella, 32, b.Mo, to Kansas from Mo,
Housekeeper.  Listed directly below brotherFrank & wife, Olive.

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for KS, Cowley Co., Ninnescah Township, E.D.57, Sheet
15A, Dwelling 38, enumerated 12 May 1910:  Fry, Jno, Head,39, PA/PA/PA,
Farmer, General Farming, Rents Farm.   Ella M, Wife, 38,m. 4 yrs, MO/OH/MO. 
Originally indexed as Jno. Fury & Ella Trop

CENSUS:  1920  US Census for KS, Cowley Co., Ninnescah Township, E.D.58, Sheet
6A, Dwelling/Family: 147/154, enumerated 13-15 Jan 1920:Fry, John T, Head,
Owns [Mortgaged], 49, PA/PA/PA,Farmer, General.Ella M, Wife, 49, MO/OH/MO.
CENSUS:  1930 US Census for KS, Cowley Co.,  Ninnescah Township, E.D.21, Sheet
2A, Dwelling 32, enumerated 11-12 Apr 1930:  Fry, John T,Head, 59, Owns, 1st
m. at 35, PA/PA/PA, Farmer, General, Not a WWIVet.  Ella M, Wife, 59, 1st m.
at 35, MO/OH/MO.

BURIAL:  Find A Grave [transcription only]:
John T. FryeBirth: Dec. 29, 1871, Pennsylvania, USADeath: Mar. 1,1940, USA
Burial: Ninnescah Cemetery, Udall, Cowley Co, KS
Son of Jackson & Mary FryeHusband of Ella M. Craven
&
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Notes for Josephine FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  68/68.  Abraham Frye, 40,farmer, $8,500 real estate
value, 1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah, 33,PA.  Henry, 17, PA.  Isabell, 15, PA. 
Sarah, 14, PA.  Wm., 11, PA.Josephine, 9, PA.  Jackson, 7, PA.  Chelissa, 5,
PA.  R. F. Biddle, 1,PA.
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Notes for Lorinda FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  69/69.  Noah Frye, 34,farmer, $5,000 real estate
value, $1,000 pers value, PA.  Lydia, 29,PA.  Sarah E., 9, PA.  Lorinda, 8,
PA.  Isabell, 4, PA.  Rachael, 2,PA.  Charles, 3/12, PA.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  P.
14.Enumerated: 20 June.  Dwelling/Family:  1111/1111, Noah Frye, 45,farmer,
$21,000 real estate value, $1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah E.,19, keeps house,
PA.  Lucinda, 18, PA.  Isobel, 14, PA.  Rachel, 12,PA.  Charles, 10, PA.
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Notes for Lucinda FRYE


Researched and provided by C.P. Tilson.
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Notes for Margaret R FRYE


CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  pg.
13.Enumerated:  17 Jun 1870.  Dwelling/Family:  91/91.  Jackson Frye,
42,farmer, $11,00 real estate value, $2,500 pers value, PA.  Mary, 34,keeps
hs, PA.  William D., 10, PA.  Mary B., 9, PA.  Elizabeth, 7, PA.Ida, 3, PA. 
Margaret R., 1, PA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  7 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  51/54.  Jackson Fry,52, farmer,
PA/PA/PA. Mary S., 40, wife, keeping house, PA/PA/PA.William S., 20, son, farm
laborer, PA/PA/PA.  Mary B., 19, dau., athome, PA/PA/PA.  Leisbeth C., 16,
dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.  Ida, 13,dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.  Margaret R., 11,
dau., at home, PA/PA/PA.John T., 8, son, at home, PA/PA/PA.  Frank, 6, son at
home, PA/PA/PA.Jackson E., 3, son, at home, PA/PA/PA.
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Notes for Martha FRYE


d/o Henry Frye

SOURCE:  Beers, J. H. and Co., Commemorative Biographical Record ofWashington
County, Pennsylvania (Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co.,
1893).http://www.chartiers.com/beers-project/articles/furnier-1093.html
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Notes for Mary FRYE


"The History of Vincent Colvin (ca 1738-1812)" by Marilyn Solaricopy on file.

Daughter of Abraham Frye and Hester Johnson.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  p.
11.Enumerated:  Jun 1860.  Dwelling/Family:  74/74.  Mary Colvin, 66, PA.Mary,
26, PA.  Rebecca, 22, PA.  Steven, 29, farmer, $4,500 real estate value,
$2,000 pers value, PA.  Louis, 27, farmer, $2,800 real estate value, $325 pers
value.  John, 25, farmer, $7,730 real estatevalue, $350 pers value, PA. 
Vericen?, 24, farmer, $7,530 real estatevalue, $323 pers value, PA.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  P.
14.Enumerated: 20 June.  Dwelling/Family:  1113/1113.  Mary Colvin, 75,keeps
house, $31,000 real estate value, $2,100 pers value, PA.  Lewis,42, farmer,
$6,400 real estate value, $2,000 pers value, PA.  Frye,Emma, 18, housekeeper,
PA.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Mary Colvin
Birth: 1796
Death: 1875
Buried: Monongahela Cemetery, Monongahela, Washington Co., PA
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Mary Ann FRYE


d/o Abraham Frye & 1st wife!
"The Old and New Monongahela." John S. Van Voorhis. (1893). Pg.
64.WorldVitalRecords.com  pg. 197

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  10 Jun 1880.  Dwelling/Family:  94/98.  Rossell J.Colvin, 28,
farmer, PA/PA/PA.  Blanche, 24, wife, keeping house,PA/PA/PA.  Mary M., 3,
dau., PA/PA/PA.  Bessie, 9/12, (Feb)., dau.,PA/PA/PA.  Mary Colvin, 45,
step-mother, at home, PA/PA/PA.  John B.,14, dau [sic], at home, PA/PA/PA. 
Dora R., 13, dau., at home,PA/PA/PA.  Josephine, 11, dau., at home, PA/PA/PA. 
Vincent, 8, son,PA/PA/PA.  James Boyd, 28, servant, farm laborer, PA/PA/PA.

BURIAL:  Hazelkirk (Van Voorhis) Cemetery, Carroll Township,Washington Co.,
PA.http://www.rootsweb.com/~pawashin/cemetery/voorhis_cem.html   Mary
Ann(Frye) Colvin d. 9 Sept 1885 50 yr 4 mo 25 da
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Notes for Nancy FRYE


Researched and provided by C.P. Tilson.

Daughter of Samuel Frye and Christina
Speers/Spears
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Notes for Noah FRYE


"The History of Vincent Colvin (ca 1738-1812)" by Marilyn Solaricopy on file.

Noah Frye was killed at a coal bank near Daggs Ferry
SOURCE:  Carroll Twp. (pp. 691-697)
History of Washington County, Pennsylvania
http://www.chartiers.com/crumrine/twp-carroll.html
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Notes for Noah FRYE


Researched and provided by C.P. Tilson.

CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  69/69.  Noah Frye, 34,farmer, $5,000 real estate
value, $1,000 pers value, PA.  Lydia, 29,PA.  Sarah E., 9, PA.  Lorinda, 8,
PA.  Isabell, 4, PA.  Rachael, 2,PA.  Charles, 3/12, PA.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  P.
14.Enumerated: 20 June.  Dwelling/Family:  1111/1111, Noah Frye, 45,farmer,
$21,000 real estate value, $1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah E.,19, keeps house,
PA.  Lucinda, 18, PA.  Isobel, 14, PA.  Rachel, 12,PA.  Charles, 10, PA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  17 Jun.  Dwelling/Family:  153/157.  Noah Fry, 55,farmer,
Disability "liver compla", PA/PA/PA.  Malinda, 39, wife,keeping house,
PA/PA/PA.  Sarah E., 29, dau. keeping house, PA/PA/PA.Ann, 22, dau., keeping
house, PA/PA/PA.  Charles, 20, son, farmer,PA/PA/PA.  Noah Jr., 4, son,
PA/PA/PA.
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Notes for Noah FRYE


CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  17 Jun.  Dwelling/Family:  153/157.  Noah Fry, 55,farmer,
Disability "liver compla", PA/PA/PA.  Malinda, 39, wife,keeping house,
PA/PA/PA.  Sarah E., 29, dau. keeping house, PA/PA/PA.Ann, 22, dau., keeping
house, PA/PA/PA.  Charles, 20, son, farmer,PA/PA/PA.  Noah Jr., 4, son,
PA/PA/PA.
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Notes for Rachel FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  69/69.  Noah Frye, 34,farmer, $5,000 real estate
value, $1,000 pers value, PA.  Lydia, 29,PA.  Sarah E., 9, PA.  Lorinda, 8,
PA.  Isabell, 4, PA.  Rachael, 2,PA.  Charles, 3/12, PA.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  P.
14.Enumerated: 20 June.  Dwelling/Family:  1111/1111, Noah Frye, 45,farmer,
$21,000 real estate value, $1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah E.,19, keeps house,
PA.  Lucinda, 18, PA.  Isobel, 14, PA.  Rachel, 12,PA.  Charles, 10, PA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  17 Jun.  Dwelling/Family:  153/157.  Noah Fry, 55,farmer,
Disability "liver compla", PA/PA/PA.  Malinda, 39, wife,keeping house,
PA/PA/PA.  Sarah E., 29, dau. keeping house, PA/PA/PA.Ann, 22, dau., keeping
house, PA/PA/PA.  Charles, 20, son, farmer,PA/PA/PA.  Noah Jr., 4, son,
PA/PA/PA.
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Notes for Sarah FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  68/68.  Abraham Frye, 40,farmer, $8,500 real estate
value, 1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah, 33,PA.  Henry, 17, PA.  Isabell, 15, PA. 
Sarah, 14, PA.  Wm., 11, PA.Josephine, 9, PA.  Jackson, 7, PA.  Chelissa, 5,
PA.  R. F. Biddle, 1,PA.
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Notes for Sarah E FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  69/69.  Noah Frye, 34,farmer, $5,000 real estate
value, $1,000 pers value, PA.  Lydia, 29,PA.  Sarah E., 9, PA.  Lorinda, 8,
PA.  Isabell, 4, PA.  Rachael, 2,PA.  Charles, 3/12, PA.

CENSUS:  1870 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  P.
14.Enumerated: 20 June.  Dwelling/Family:  1111/1111, Noah Frye, 45,farmer,
$21,000 real estate value, $1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah E.,19, keeps house,
PA.  Lucinda, 18, PA.  Isobel, 14, PA.  Rachel, 12,PA.  Charles, 10, PA.

CENSUS:  1880 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.  E.D.248.
Enumerated:  17 Jun.  Dwelling/Family:  153/157.  Noah Fry, 55,farmer,
Disability "liver compla", PA/PA/PA.  Malinda, 39, wife,keeping house,
PA/PA/PA.  Sarah E., 29, dau. keeping house, PA/PA/PA.Ann, 22, dau., keeping
house, PA/PA/PA.  Charles, 20, son, farmer,PA/PA/PA.  Noah Jr., 4, son,
PA/PA/PA.
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Notes for Trissie FRYE


CENSUS: 1900 US Census for KS, Cowley Co., Ninnescah. E.D. 55.Enumerated: 14
Jun 1900. Dwelling/Family: 105/105. Jackson Frye, head,Oct 1827, 72, m34 yrs,
PA/PA/PA, farmer. Mary S., wife, Oct 1840, 59,m34 years, 7 children, 7 living,
PA/PA/PA. John, son, Dec 1871, 28,PA/PA/PA, farm laborer. Frank, son, Dec
1873, 26, PA/PA/PA, farmlaborer. Jackson E., son, June 1877, 22, PA/PA/PA,
farm laborer.Trissie, dau. Oct 1880, 19, PA/PA/PA. Edith, dau., Jan 1884,
16,PA/PA/PA.
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Notes for William FRYE


CENSUS:  1860 US Census for PA, Washington Co., Fallowfield.Enumerated:  25
Jun.   Dwelling/Family:  68/68.  Abraham Frye, 40,farmer, $8,500 real estate
value, 1,500 pers value, PA.  Sarah, 33,PA.  Henry, 17, PA.  Isabell, 15, PA. 
Sarah, 14, PA.  Wm., 11, PA.Josephine, 9, PA.  Jackson, 7, PA.  Chelissa, 5,
PA.  R. F. Biddle, 1,PA.
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Notes for Lydia Jean FUDGE


dd/o George P. & Angeline Jones Fudge

Married 2nd Almond Leon Slayton

BURIAL:  Findagrave.comLydia Jeane Fudge SlaytonBIRTH:   31 Aug1874,
Chariton, Lucas Co., ISDEATH:  24 Aug 1963. Hutchinson, RenoCo., KSBURIED: 
Fairlawn Burial Park, Hutchinson, Reno Co.,KSTombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for Ann FULCHER


MAIN SOURCE:  L. Daddona 26 Jul 2005

BIRTH:  LDS FamilySearch Extracted Records - No image available
England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
name:	Ann Fulcher
gender:	Female
baptism/christening date:	11 Feb 1787
baptism/christening place:	Hevingham, Norfolk, England
father's name:	Samuel Fulcher
mother's name:	Eliz. Thurston
indexing project (batch) number:	I07459-5
system origin:	England-EASy
source film number:
1526780
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Notes for Margaret FULLEM


DEATH:  Vermont Death Records, 1909-2008   (Ancestry.com)
DEATH - FEMALE
Colvin, Margaret Fullem
Residence:  Bennington, VT
Age: 71Yrs 9mo, 1day
Widowed
Occupation:  None
Birthplace:  Canada
Date of Birth:  Apr 19 1845
Father:  James Fullum
Father's birthplace:  Ireland
Mother's maiden name:  Bulger
Mother's birthplace:  Canada
Date of Death:  1916 Jan 20
Death cause:  Lobar Pneumonia
Town:  'Bennington, VT
Gown Clerk:  E.A. Booth

BURIAL:  Scottsville Cemetery, Danby Twp, Rutland Twp, Rutland Co.,VT. These
records were abstracted by Dawn D. Hance from cemetery books as compiled by
Margaret R. Jenks.  Margaret Colvin, w/o Stephen, 1844-1916.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Margaret Fullem Colvin
Birth:  Apr 19, 1845
Death:  Jan 20, 1916
Buried:  Scottsville Cemetery, Danby, Rutland Co., VT
Note:  There is a discrepancy between the date of birth on her tombstone
(1844) and on her death record (Apr 19, 1845)
Tombstone photo on memorial.
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Notes for FULLER


BIRTH:  South Dakota Department of Health
Birth Record Search SiteFor South Dakota Birth Records With BirthDates Over
100 Years

Birth Info: * FULLER[State File Number: 14714]File Date:12/31/1906Sex: F
Birth Date: 12/09/1906County: HAMLINMother's Name:GOLDIE COLVINFather's
Name: ANSON FULLER
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Notes for Alice FULLER


OBITUARY:  "Saratogian"  [Saratoga Springs, Saratoga, NY]  July 6,1956
Mrs. Alice Jackson
Mrs. Alice Jackson, 77, widow of Holly G. Jackson died this morning.She
resided out Maple Ave.
Survivors include a daughter, Lillian A. Jackson; a son, Leon G.Jackson, and a
sister, Mrs. Polly Gorham.
The funeral will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Bussing Funeral Home.The Rev.
Donald Brandt, associate pastor of the First MethodistChurch, will officiate. 
Burial will be in Warrensburg.  Friends maycall at the funeral  home tomorrow
from 7 to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 3to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.

BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Alice Fuller Jackson
Birth:  1878
Death:  1956
Inscription:
Allice Fuller
His Wife
1878 - 1956
Buried:  Warrensburg Cemetery, Warrensburg, Warren Co., NY
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Almira D FULLER


BURIAL:  Findagrave.com
Almira M. Fuller Rhoades
Birth:  1832
Death:  1912
Buried:  Oak Grove Cemetery, Gardiner, Kennebec Co., ME
Tombstone photo on
memorial.
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Notes for Anson Nelson FULLER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Lewis Co., Leyden Township, E.D. 61,Sheet 8B,
Dwelling/Family:  188/195, enumerated 8 Jun 1900:  Fuller,Eugene C, Head, b.
Sep 1856, 43, m. 21 yrs, NY/NY/NY, Farmer, RentsFarm    Alice A, Wife, b. Jul
1860, 39, m. 21 yrs, mother of 10children, 7 living, NY/NY/NY.  Anson N, Son,
b. Oct 1881, 18,NY/NY/NY. Arlie E, Daughter, b. Jun 1883, 16, NY/NY/NY. 
Gertrude B,Daughter, b. Sep 1884, 15, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Ray M, Son, b.
Apr1888, 12, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Kent E, Son, b. Jul 1890, 9, NY/NY/NY,At
School.  Stanley P, Son, b. Feb 1897, 3, NY/NY/NY. Edick, Anson,Father in Law,
b. Sep 1822, 77, NY/NY/NY. Christmas, Thomas, Servant,b. Jun 1878, 21, b.
England  f/b England  m/b England  immig 1894, Al,Farm Laborer

CENSUS:  1910 US Census for ID, Ada Co., Barberton Precinct, E.D. 1,Sheet 26A,
Dwelling/Family: 234/259, enumerated 7 May 1910:  Fuller,Anson, Head, 28, m1 4
yrs, NY/NY/NY, Laborer, Odd Jobs, Rents House.Goldie, Wife, 20, m1 4 yrs,
mother of 2 children, 1 living, NY/NY/NY.Joyce Elenor, Daughter, 2, NY/NY/NY.

MILITARY:  World War I Draft Registration Card:  Serial No. 442, OrderNo.
2156.  Name: Anson Nelson Fuller.  Permanent Home Address:Copenhagen, Lewis,
NY.  Age: 37; Date of Birth: Oct 18, 1881.  PresentOccupation: Farming. 
Employer's Name: Robert Rose.  Place ofEmployment: Copenhagen, Lewis, NY. 
Occupation:   Nearest Relative:Goldie E. Fuller.  Address: Copenhagen, Lewis,
NY. Signature: AnsonNelson Fuller.   Registrar's Report.  Height: Medium;
Build: Medium,Color of Eyes: Blue.  Color of Hair: Brown. 
PhysicalDisqualifications: No.  Physical Disabilities:   Registration
Place:County of Lewis, Lowville, NY.  Registration Date: 12 Sep 1918

CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, Lewis Co., Copenhagen, Denmark Town,E.D. 72,
Sheet 1A, Dwelling & Family 2, Cross Rd., enumerated 2-4 Jan1920:  Fuller,
Anson N, Head, Owns [Mortgaged], 38, NY/NY/NY, Farmer,General Farm.  Goldie E,
Wife, 29, NY/NY/NY. Joyce E, Daughter, 11,Attended School, NY/NY/NY.  Dorothy
M, Daughter, 8, Attended School,NY/NY/NY.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NY, Lewis Co., Town Denmark,  E.D. 5,Sheet 3B,
Dwelling & Family 69, enumerated 24-25 Apr 1930:  Fuller,Anson N, Head, Owns,
49, 1st m. at 21, NY/NY/NY, Farmer, General Farm,Not a WWI Vet.   Goldie E,
Wife, 38, 1st m. at 16, NY/NY/NY.  DorothyM, Daughter, 18, Attended School,
NY/NY/NY.  Anson R, Son, 8, Attended School, NY/NY/NY.

OBITUARY:  Watertown Daily Times--

ANSON FULLER DEAD, AGED 80 (Picture) Carthage Area Farmer Had Been inHospital
41 Days--Rites Friday

Carthage, March 21. -- Anson N. Fuller, 80, who operated a farm on thePleasent
Lake road, died at 3 Tuesday afternoon in the House of GoodSamaritan,
Watertown, where he had been a patient 41 days. Mr. Fullerhad been in poor
health for about four years.

The funeral will be Friday afternoon at 2 at the McGraw funeral home.Rev. Earl
Hartley, Ellisburg will officiate. Burial will be inRiverside cemetery,
Copenhagen.

Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening andThursday
afternoon and evening. Mr. Fuller is survived by his wife,Mrs. Goldie Colvin
Fuller, a son, Anson R. Fuller, Plesent Lake Road;two daughters, Mrs. Charles
L. (Dorthy) Rielly, Carthage; Mrs. Henry(Joyce) Cole, Black River; seven
grandchildren and threegreat-grandchildren; a brother, Kent E. Fuller,
Westernville; twosisters, Mrs. Clarence (Arley) Colvin, Copenhagen, and Mrs.
(Gertie)Waters, Phoenix, Ariz.

Mr. Fuller was born at Rector's Corners, Oct. 28, 1881, the son ofEugene C.
and Alice Edick Fuller. He had been a farmer all his lifeand came to this area
42 years age and operated a farm on the PleasantLake road.

He married Goldie Colvin, July 3, 1906, in the Baptist churchparsonage at the
Lowville by Rev. Dr. Delvean Dean.

Mr. Fuller was a member of Copenhagen I. O. O. F.
lodge.
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Notes for Anson R FULLER


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NY, Lewis Co., Town Denmark,  E.D. 5,Sheet 3B,
Dwelling & Family 69, enumerated 24-25 Apr 1930:  Fuller,Anson N, Head, Owns,
49, 1st m. at 21, NY/NY/NY, Farmer, General Farm,Not a WWI Vet.   Goldie E,
Wife, 38, 1st m. at 16, NY/NY/NY.  DorothyM, Daughter, 18, Attended School,
NY/NY/NY.  Anson R, Son, 8, AttendedSchool, NY/NY/NY,
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Notes for Arlie E FULLER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Lewis Co., Leyden Township, E.D. 61,Sheet 8B,
Dwelling/Family:  188/195, enumerated 8 Jun 1900:  Fuller,Eugene C, Head, b.
Sep 1856, 43, m. 21 yrs, NY/NY/NY, Farmer, RentsFarm    Alice A, Wife, b. Jul
1860, 39, m. 21 yrs, mother of 10children, 7 living, NY/NY/NY.  Anson N, Son,
b. Oct 1881, 18,NY/NY/NY. Arlie E, Daughter, b. Jun 1883, 16, NY/NY/NY. 
Gertrude B,Daughter, b. Sep 1884, 15, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Ray M, Son, b.
Apr1888, 12, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Kent E, Son, b. Jul 1890, 9, NY/NY/NY,At
School.  Stanley P, Son, b. Feb 1897, 3, NY/NY/NY. Edick, Anson,Father in Law,
b. Sep 1822, 77, NY/NY/NY. Christmas, Thomas, Servant,b. Jun 1878, 21, b.
England  f/b England  m/b England  immig 1894, Al,Farm Laborer

DEATH:  Social Security Death Index. Arlie Colvin.   Born: 29 Jun1883. Died: 
May 1972.  Residence of Record:   Copenhagen, LewisCo., NY  Card issued in:  
NY
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Notes for Dorothy M FULLER


CENSUS:  1920 US Census for NY, Lewis Co., Copenhagen, Denmark Town,E.D. 72,
Sheet 1A, Dwelling & Family 2, Cross Rd., enumerated 2-4 Jan1920:  Fuller,
Anson N, Head, Owns [Mortgaged], 38, NY/NY/NY, Farmer,General Farm.  Goldie E,
Wife, 29, NY/NY/NY. Joyce E, Daughter, 11,Attended School, NY/NY/NY.  Dorothy
M, Daughter, 8, Attended School,NY/NY/NY.

CENSUS:  1930 US Census for NY, Lewis Co., Town Denmark,  E.D. 5,Sheet 3B,
Dwelling & Family 69, enumerated 24-25 Apr 1930:  Fuller,Anson N, Head, Owns,
49, 1st m. at 21, NY/NY/NY, Farmer, General Farm,Not a WWI Vet.   Goldie E,
Wife, 38, 1st m. at 16, NY/NY/NY.  DorothyM, Daughter, 18, Attended School,
NY/NY/NY.  Anson R, Son, 8, Attended School, NY/NY/NY,
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Notes for Edith D FULLER


CENSUS:  1930 US Census for ME, Penobscot Co., Lincoln, District 67.Ancestry 47
of 61.  Edith B. McKenney is 48 years of age, born in MEand a widow.  Children
listed are Helen F., age 21 and Edward F., age16 - both were born in ME.

BURIAL:  West Broadway Cemetery, Lincoln, Penobscot Co.,
ME.http://danaraepelletier.tripod.com/westbroadwayE-H.html
ORA MCKENNEY 1876 - 1920
Edith D. MCKENNEY 1881 -
1947
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Notes for Eugene C FULLER


CENSUS:  1900 US Census for NY, Lewis Co., Leyden Township, E.D. 61,Sheet 8B,
Dwelling/Family:  188/195, enumerated 8 Jun 1900:  Fuller,Eugene C, Head, b.
Sep 1856, 43, m. 21 yrs, NY/NY/NY, Farmer, RentsFarm    Alice A, Wife, b. Jul
1860, 39, m. 21 yrs, mother of 10children, 7 living, NY/NY/NY.  Anson N, Son,
b. Oct 1881, 18,NY/NY/NY. Arlie E, Daughter, b. Jun 1883, 16, NY/NY/NY. 
Gertrude B,Daughter, b. Sep 1884, 15, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Ray M, Son, b.
Apr1888, 12, NY/NY/NY, At School.  Kent E, Son, b. Jul 1890, 9, NY/NY/NY,At
School.  Stanley P, Son, b. Feb 1897, 3, NY/NY/NY. Edick, Anson,Father in Law,
b. Sep 1822, 77, NY/NY/NY. Christmas, Thomas, Servant,b. Jun 1878, 21, b.
England  f/b England  m/b England  immig 1894, Al,Farm Laborer
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Notes for Frances Melissa FULLER


DEATH:  Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1955.  Frances M. Hawes, b.17 Sep
1840 in Erie, PA.  Parents not known.  d. 5 Nov 1930 in St.Louis City, St.
Louis City Co., MO.  Husband:  J. David Hawes.Informant:  Ida Hawes Davis. 
Burial:  Allisville, KS.
Death cert #: 
37457.http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates
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Notes for Francis John FULLER


DEATH:   Collection: Arizona Deaths 1870 - 1951 [FamilySearch]
Name: Francis John Fuller
Death date: 1948
Death place: Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona
Gender: Male
Marital status: Married
Spouse's name: Nellie F. Fuller
Father's name: Francis Walter Fuller
Mother's name: Elizabeth Miller
Film number: 2135639
Digital GS number: 4203667
Image number: 2380
Collection: Arizona Deaths 1870 -
1951
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Notes for Hannah FULLER


She was Mrs. Julian at time of marriage.

FULTON COUNTY INDIANA OBITUARIES 1917
"Rochester Sentinel" Monday, February 12, 1917
Mrs. V. P. CALVIN of Kewanna, who died Wednesday evening, was buriedFriday at
Crooked Creek cemetery.
Saturday, February 17, 1917
Hanna M. FULLER was born in Virginia September 3rd, 1823. At the ageof 21, she
was married to Dr. S. JULIEN of Logansport. Her husbandpassed away 16 years
after their wedding. She remained a widow for aperiod of 40 years. At the age
of 76, she was united in marriage toPercy CALVIN of Kewanna, June 10th, 1910.
She died at her home inKewanna Feb 7, 1917, age 84 years and five months.
Those who surviveare the husband, one brother, John A. FULLER of Logansport,
and twodaughters, Mrs. Rose J. RANDALL of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs.
AnneMcCOMBS, of Peoria, Ill. She was a Presbyterian in faith from the ageof 16.
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Notes for Helen A FULLER


DEATH:  Minnesota Death Index:  Hart, Helen A.    Date of Birth: naPlace of
Birth: na   Mother Maiden Name: na   certid# 1948-MN-000987.Date of Death: 08
Apr 1948.  County of Death: Blue Earth
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