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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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James Oda FRYAR

He was 16 in 1900 and was attending school.

NOTES: He was shot and killed in an apparent crooked card game supposedly set up by his father-in-law so that he would be killed. His father-in-law and his brothers-in-law did not like him to well. According to Edmond Gilland, if he hadn't got shot in Missouri he would have got killed when he came back to Kentucky.


Anna Bell CURRY

NOTES: Anna almost died in the wagon coming back to Kentucky after Oda was killed. This was according to Carrie Fryar McKeel.


Daisy FRYAR

She was 2 in 1880.

She was living in Providence, Kentucky when her sister Mary died in 1950.


Lillian VAUGHN

She accidently drank some carbolic acid, which killed her.


Clyde VAUGHN

He never married.


Luther James RANDOLPH

He was 11 in 1880 and was living with his brother-in-law Isaac L. Fisher in Hopkins County, Kentucky.

CENSUS RECORDS: 24 July 1900 Blackford, Webster, Kentucky Page #190, family #429/436
RANDOLPH, L. J. head, SEP 1867, age 32, male, md 12 yrs, carpenter, KY TN KY
RANDOLPH, M. L. wife, APR 1872, age 28, female, mother of 4/3 living, KY KY KY
RANDOLPH, Florence dau, JUN 1889, age 10, female, KY KY KY
RANDOLPH, James son, FEB 1892, age 8, male, KY KY KY
RANDOLPH, Guy son, JUN 1895, age 5, male, KY KY KY

CENSUS RECORDS: 1910 Bigham St, Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky family #104/109
He says they have been married for 22 years and he is a carpenter.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1920 Hampton, Livingston, Kentucky
He was 50.


Mary Liddie FRYAR

She was 7 in 1880.

She was 28 in 1900, says born April 1872, mother of 4 children but only 3 are living.

In 1910, she says she is the mother of 7 children but only 5 are still living.

She was 47 in 1920.

OBITUARY: Newspaper - Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, June 8, 1950.
Mrs. Mary Liddie HERRON, 78, died at 11:30 a.m. Sunday at her home on Rosemont avenue in Providence. She was a member of the Methodist church. Surviving are the husband, J. W. Herron; a daughter, Mrs. Florence RAMAGE, of Kissimmee, Florida; three sons, J. I. RANDOLPH, of Carthage, Illinois, W. V. Randolph, of Danville, Iowa and C. R. Randolph, of West Palm Beach, Florida.; a sister, Mrs. James VAUGHN, Providence; three brothers, Lonnie FRYAR, of Marion, Tom Fryar, of Providence, and Johnnie Fryar, of Elkhart, Indiana; ten grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Tapp Funeral Home, with the Rev. S. R. GILLIAM officiating. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery near Blackford.


Guy RANDOLPH

He was 5 in 1900.


Robert V. RANDOLPH

He was 14 in 1920.


Mary Liddie FRYAR

She was 7 in 1880.

She was 28 in 1900, says born April 1872, mother of 4 children but only 3 are living.

In 1910, she says she is the mother of 7 children but only 5 are still living.

She was 47 in 1920.

OBITUARY: Newspaper - Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, June 8, 1950.
Mrs. Mary Liddie HERRON, 78, died at 11:30 a.m. Sunday at her home on Rosemont avenue in Providence. She was a member of the Methodist church. Surviving are the husband, J. W. Herron; a daughter, Mrs. Florence RAMAGE, of Kissimmee, Florida; three sons, J. I. RANDOLPH, of Carthage, Illinois, W. V. Randolph, of Danville, Iowa and C. R. Randolph, of West Palm Beach, Florida.; a sister, Mrs. James VAUGHN, Providence; three brothers, Lonnie FRYAR, of Marion, Tom Fryar, of Providence, and Johnnie Fryar, of Elkhart, Indiana; ten grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Tapp Funeral Home, with the Rev. S. R. GILLIAM officiating. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery near Blackford.


John Washington FRYAR Jr.

He was 10 in 1880.

He was 31 in 1900, married 2 years, living in Clay, Webster, Kentucky and his Uncle Emmanuel Fisher was living with them.

NOTES: He was with his brother James Oda in about 1904 or 1905 when James Oda was killed and he was also shot and was crippled for the rest of his life.

He was 40 in 1910, married 12 years, living in Dist #3, Livingston County, Kentucky.

He was 50 in 1920 living in Salem, Livingston, Kentucky.

He was 60 in 1930 living in Salem, Livingston, Kentucky.

He was living in Elkhart, Indiana when his sister Mary died in 1950.

He died at the home of his daughter Irene.


Susan A. CURRY

She was 23 in 1900 and the mother of one chidl who was still living.

She was 35 in 1910, married twice, the mother of 7 children with 6 still living.

She was 38 in 1920.

She was 57 in 1930.


Claudie Marion FRYAR

He was 1 in 1900.

He was 11 in 1910.

He was 20 in 1920.

He never married.


Clara Mable FRYAR

She was 3 in 1910.


Thomas FRYAR

He was 6 months old in 1910.

He was 10 in 1920.

He was 20 in 1930.


Jacob FISHER

Jacob inherited the old homestead. He had six children by Sarah Hoppock. It is said that he was married twice but the second wifes name is unknown.


Christopher KUHL

He had daughters but left no sons to carry on his name.


Christopher FISHER

He settled near Van Liew's Cornor and had one son named Christopher and 3 daughters.


Anthony FISHER

After his marriage he settled on a farm west of Mount Airy and he and his wife had eight children. He was 75 when he died. (From "Early Germans of New Jersey", by T. F. Chambers p.364)