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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Ivy Larnie FRYAR

He was a Staff Sargent during World War II in the United States Army.

He married Mary Lee 1st then they divorced then he married Helen then they divorced and then he married Mary Lee again. Larnie and Mary Lee were married again in 27 May 1979 in Morganfield, Union County, Kentucky.


George Clement FRYAR

He was 3 years 1 month old in 1920.

NOTES: My mother Jean Fraley Beard was talking to Uncle George while on vacation in Kentucky in June of 1995. She ask him if he knew or remembered his grandparents John and Ellen Fisher Fryar. His said he remembered them very well. He said he went every where with his grandpa. He said he was his grandpa's shadow. He said his grandpa was the sweetest man ever. He said he never raised his voice and was always soft spoken. He said when his grandpa was plowing he would set on the drag so it wouldn't bounce. Now his grandma Ellen had a pretty good temper and she could be pretty ornry when she wanted to be. Uncle George said she was always a holloring at him but he said he was usually doing something to get hollored at for. Uncle George laughed that cute little laugh of his and said this is what she used to hollor at him. Little Georgie rattlesnake you mean little son of a bitch, you better mind me now. Then Uncle George said that Grandpa would say now Ellie he's just a little boy. Uncle George said he sure did love his grandpa. Just like I loved my papaw. George is still living in Crittenden County, Kentucky as of July 1996.

NOTES: Uncle George died this morning around 3 AM of a heart attack. I sure am going to miss seeing him whenever I visit Kentucky. (4 Nov 1998)


George Clement FRYAR

He was 3 years 1 month old in 1920.

NOTES: My mother Jean Fraley Beard was talking to Uncle George while on vacation in Kentucky in June of 1995. She ask him if he knew or remembered his grandparents John and Ellen Fisher Fryar. His said he remembered them very well. He said he went every where with his grandpa. He said he was his grandpa's shadow. He said his grandpa was the sweetest man ever. He said he never raised his voice and was always soft spoken. He said when his grandpa was plowing he would set on the drag so it wouldn't bounce. Now his grandma Ellen had a pretty good temper and she could be pretty ornry when she wanted to be. Uncle George said she was always a holloring at him but he said he was usually doing something to get hollored at for. Uncle George laughed that cute little laugh of his and said this is what she used to hollor at him. Little Georgie rattlesnake you mean little son of a bitch, you better mind me now. Then Uncle George said that Grandpa would say now Ellie he's just a little boy. Uncle George said he sure did love his grandpa. Just like I loved my papaw. George is still living in Crittenden County, Kentucky as of July 1996.

NOTES: Uncle George died this morning around 3 AM of a heart attack. I sure am going to miss seeing him whenever I visit Kentucky. (4 Nov 1998)


George Clement FRYAR

He was 3 years 1 month old in 1920.

NOTES: My mother Jean Fraley Beard was talking to Uncle George while on vacation in Kentucky in June of 1995. She ask him if he knew or remembered his grandparents John and Ellen Fisher Fryar. His said he remembered them very well. He said he went every where with his grandpa. He said he was his grandpa's shadow. He said his grandpa was the sweetest man ever. He said he never raised his voice and was always soft spoken. He said when his grandpa was plowing he would set on the drag so it wouldn't bounce. Now his grandma Ellen had a pretty good temper and she could be pretty ornry when she wanted to be. Uncle George said she was always a holloring at him but he said he was usually doing something to get hollored at for. Uncle George laughed that cute little laugh of his and said this is what she used to hollor at him. Little Georgie rattlesnake you mean little son of a bitch, you better mind me now. Then Uncle George said that Grandpa would say now Ellie he's just a little boy. Uncle George said he sure did love his grandpa. Just like I loved my papaw. George is still living in Crittenden County, Kentucky as of July 1996.

NOTES: Uncle George died this morning around 3 AM of a heart attack. I sure am going to miss seeing him whenever I visit Kentucky. (4 Nov 1998)


Rose Ellen FRYAR

She was 6 in 1920.

She was living in High Ridge, Missouri in 1989. Still living there in 1996.

She fell at home and died a few hours later at the hospital. She was survived by a son, Paul Hunt of Ballwin, Missouri, 2 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren, 4 step-great-grandchildren.


Rose Ellen FRYAR

She was 6 in 1920.

She was living in High Ridge, Missouri in 1989. Still living there in 1996.

She fell at home and died a few hours later at the hospital. She was survived by a son, Paul Hunt of Ballwin, Missouri, 2 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren, 4 step-great-grandchildren.


Lettie Washington FRYAR

CENSUS RECORDS: She was 13 in 1920.


Carrie Elizabeth FRYAR

She was 15 in 1920.

Still alive in 1996, living in nursing home in Crittenden County, Kentucky.

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX: Carrie MCKEEL, SSN #308-20-6843, Residence when died: 71295, Winnsboro, Franklin, Louisiana, Born: 16 Sep 1904, Died: 12 Feb 2001, SSN Issued: in Indiana before 1951


Carrie Elizabeth FRYAR

She was 15 in 1920.

Still alive in 1996, living in nursing home in Crittenden County, Kentucky.

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX: Carrie MCKEEL, SSN #308-20-6843, Residence when died: 71295, Winnsboro, Franklin, Louisiana, Born: 16 Sep 1904, Died: 12 Feb 2001, SSN Issued: in Indiana before 1951


Carrie Elizabeth FRYAR

She was 15 in 1920.

Still alive in 1996, living in nursing home in Crittenden County, Kentucky.

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX: Carrie MCKEEL, SSN #308-20-6843, Residence when died: 71295, Winnsboro, Franklin, Louisiana, Born: 16 Sep 1904, Died: 12 Feb 2001, SSN Issued: in Indiana before 1951