HISTORY: Moses Graham received baptism in 1827. He resided in Fulton County where the old Charlton farm is today. He supposedly finished that house, which was begun before the Revolution by his father, Ref.#174; Moses was born the son of James and Elizabeth Graham mentioned above, Ref.#175; He married Phebe Graves, daughter of Samuel Graves of Bethel Twp, Fulton County, and had eight children: James Graham, Asenath Ogle, Samuel Graham, Hezekiah Graham, Moses Graham, Joseph Graham, Rachel Wade, and Phebe Graham, Ref.#176; At the time of Moses death (1833), all of these children were living. Rachel had married Hezekiah Wade, Asenath had married John Ogle, and Phoebe had married John Charlton, Ref. #177; Moses Graham served as an ensign in the Bedford County Militia during the Revolution, Ref.#178; and died on July 16, 1833, aged seventy-eight years and ten days. He was buried at Tonoloway Church beside his wife Phoebe, who died March 2, 1821, aged fifty-six years old, Ref.#179. Ref.#174, Ibid, p.653; Ref.#175, Bedford Deed Book E, p.246; Ref.#176, Bedford County Will Book 2, p.273; Ref.#177, Bedford County Orphans Court Book 4, p.619; Ref.#178, Pennsylvania Archives 5 Series, Vol.5, p.48-121; Ref.#179, Tombstones at Tonoloway Cemetery.
He was 12 in 1870.
He was 22 in 1880 living in Fredonia, Caldwell, Kentucky.
He was 42 in 1900, married 22 years, living in Dist #5, Caldwell County, Kentucky.
She was 1 in 1860. She was 21 in 1880. 1900 census says she is the mother of 9 children but only 7 are living. When she married they married at her father's house and the security for her marriage was Clark Nelson.
He was 3 in 1860.
CENSUS RECORDS: 7 June 1880 Fredonia, Caldwell, KY film #1254406, Page 495C
Clark NELSON Self M M W 23 KY
Occ: Farmer Fa: --- Mo: ---
Nancy E.R. NELSON Wife F M W 20 KY
Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: KY
CENSUS RECORDS: 18 April 1910 Crider, Caldwell, Kentucky film #1374481,
Says he has been married for 31 years.
CENSUS RECORDS: 15 Jan 1920 Crider, Caldwell, Kentucky
He died at the age of 88.
She was 10 in 1870.
She was 20 in 1880.
The 1910 census says she is the mother of 4 children and all 4 are still living.
He was 27 in 1910, single, living with his parents.
The 1920 census says he is a widow and he is living with his parents.
He died at the age of 85.
He was 6 in 1870.
He was 16 in 1880.
He was 36 in 1900 and said he had been married for 9 years.
He was 46 in 1910 and said this was his 2nd marriage.
NEWSPAPERS: Crittenden Press 29 April 1897, New Salem,
Died very suddenly 23 Apr, little son of James BASS and wife. This marks the second child of Mr. BASS to die very suddenly since Feb. 5th.
She was 4 in 1870.
She was 14 in 1880.
She was married at her father's house.
He was 7 in 1870.
He was 16 in 1880.
CENSUS RECORDS: 1900 Hurricane, Crittenden, Kentucky film #1244216
CENSUS RECORDS: 1910 Crittenden county, Kentucky film #1370603, family #51/52
He says this is his 2nd marriage, and they have been married for 21 years, and he farms and he is 45 years old.
CENSUS RECORDS: 27 Jan 1920 Como, New Madrid, Missouri page #8129, family #315/388
It states that he is a farmer and that both his parents were born in Kentucky.
When did they move to Missouri?? I just found them by accident when I was looking for Fraley's in New Madrid.
She was 2 in 1870.
She was 12 in 1880 and was attending school.
She was married at her father's house, in Crittenden County.
She was 40 in 1910 and she says she is the mother of 8 children but only 6 are still living.
He was 20 in 1910.
She was 8 in 1900 living with her grandmother Eliza Ann Floyd.
He was 6 in 1910.
He was 16 in 1920.
NOTES: He died on a Thursday he was working in his shop behind the house. His wife called him in for lunch. When he didn't come she went to check on him and he was dead. He was a farmer and school custodian at Salem Elementary and a deacon at Old Salem Baptist Church. When he died he had 11 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.
VITAL RECORDS: Kentucky Vital Stats. Births 1911-1916 film #209599
Still living in Salem, Livingston, Kentucky in 1997.
In Nursing Home in Salem, Kentucky in March 2003.
OBITUARY: Crittenden Press 28 August 203
Salem, Kentucky ---- Ovelia Fryar, 90, died 23 Aug 2003 at Crittenden Hospital. She was a member of Old Salem Baptist Church. Funeral services were 25 Aug 2003 at Boyd Funeral Home with Rev. Jerry Thurman officiating. Burial was in Old Salem Cemetery. Fryar is survived by two sons, Billy W. Fryar of Eddyville and Charles R. Fryar of Princeton; a daughter, Geneva Threlkeld of Salem; a foster son, Calvin DeBoe of Salem; a sister, Lima Lynn of Evansville; a brother Roy McDaniel of Arkansas; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.
She was 8 in 1910.
She was 18 and a servant in the home of John & Eulice Farris.