She was 29 in 1880 still living with her parents.
She was 20 in 1880 still living with her parents.
She was 17 in 1880.
He was adopted according to the 1900 Caldwell County, Kentucky census records and was 5 months old.
He was 20 in 1920, married, living in Sayre, Beckham, Oklahoma.
NOTES: Found out that he was really the son of John Hugh Morgan Fraley and when his mother died giving birth to him Viola, John's wife told John he should take him and raise him. His mother may have been a sister of Ollie Bell Nelson.
NOTES: Stephen Fraley's son Francis Alvin had put an add in the newspaper in late 1977 about getting in touch with the Fraley family in Caldwell County in the 1900s. My aunt answered his ad and they got together in March 1978 along with the other siblings. There was a write up in the Times and there was a reference made that he did come back home in December 1925 for two weeks. So I was wrong on that they lost contact after he left home until his death in 1928. This article for the December 31, 1925 Times (Caldwell County) says: Steve Fraley, A Farmersville Boy, Circles the World. The article mentions that after 14 year globe trotting he had returned home for a visit. So guess he did come back once and then I know that my mother said they got a call on the Farmerville exchange phone that he had died in Florida and wanted to know if they wanted his body shipped back home. Her father did not have the money, so we feel that he is buried in Florida. (Info from Diana Deason Wasson)
He was 1 year and 11 months old in 1920.
He was 12 in 1930.
Social Security Death Index says he died in Eddyville and the Kentucky Death Index says he died in Caldwell County.
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