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Robert L. Frye



Husband Robert L. Frye (details suppressed for this person)

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Roy Lee Frye



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Perry Christopher Lusk and Ruth E Frye



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Roy Olin Seawright and Sarah Jane Frye



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         Father: Oland Gaines Seawright (1877-1943) 3
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2 M Roy Olin Seawright 3

           Born: 26 Jul 1945 - Spartanburg, SC
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General Notes for Child Roy Olin Seawright

Name Suffix:<NSFX> Jr.


T. Oscar Frye



Husband T. Oscar Frye 1 2

           Born: 1873 - IL 1 2
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         Mother: Susan Frye (1851-      ) 1 2


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Thomas J. Frye and Mary Jane Rogers



Husband Thomas J. Frye 5

           Born: 1848 - Greene County, MS
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         Father: Charles Thomas Frye (1788-      ) 5
         Mother: Winnie Nancy Roberts (1810-      ) 5


       Marriage: 1891 - MS




Wife Mary Jane Rogers 5

           Born: 1867 - Greene County, MS
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Bethyl Fryer and Bessie Shaplin



Husband Bethyl Fryer

           Born: 19 Jan 1923 6
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Wife Bessie Shaplin

           Born: 6 Aug 1922 6
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         Father: John Thomas Sharplin (      -1962)
         Mother: Goldie Felker (1897-After 1982) 6



   Other Spouse: Herbert Reeves


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[bobspu.ged]

m1. Herbert Reeves m2. Bethyl Fryer

Source: The Spurgeons of Northeast Missouri, by Mary S Rogers(Mary Elizabeth Spu.),p.62


David Wilhite Fryer



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Eugene David Fryer and Kitty Claire Wilhite



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         Father: Boliver H. Wilhite (1904-Bef 2001) 3
         Mother: Katherine Inez Alexander (1912-2001) 3





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2 F Lillianne Bea Fryer (details suppressed for this person)

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Lillianne Bea Fryer



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         Father: Eugene David Fryer
         Mother: Kitty Claire Wilhite





Thomas Gardner and Margaret Fryer



Husband Thomas Gardner

           Born: 1592 - England
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           Died: 29 Dec 1674 - Beverly, MA
         Buried: Abt 30 Dec 1674 - "Mr. Gardner's Hill", Salem, Essex Co., MA


         Father: Thomas Gardner (Abt 1579-1635)
         Mother: Elizabeth White (1564-After 1649)


       Marriage: 1616 - Nantucket, MA

   Other Spouse: Damaris Shattuck (      -1674)

Noted events in his life were:
Occupation, Innkeeper

Religion, Freeman (Mbcr 1:373), 17 May 1687

Residence, Salem, , Essex Co., MA, 1626




Wife Margaret Fryer

            AKA: Mary Friar
           Born: Abt 1623 - Nantucket, MA
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         Father: Thomas Fryer (Abt 1600-      )
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Religion, Admitted Salem Church, Abt 1639



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1 F Sarah Gardner

           Born: 1631 - Beverly, MA
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           Marr: 1650 - Salem, MA



2 M Richard Gardner

           Born: 1625 - England
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         Spouse: Sarah Shattuck (1632-1724)
           Marr: 1652 - Salem, MA



3 M Thomas Gardner

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4 M George Gardner

           Born:  - England
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5 M John Gardner

           Born: 1624
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           Died: 6 May 1706 - Nantucket Co., MA
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           Marr: 20 Feb 1653 - Nantucket, MA



6 M Samuel Gardner

           Born: 1627
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7 M Joseph Gardner

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           Marr: Bef Aug 1656



8 F Miriam Gardner

           Born: Abt 1632 - Salem, Essex Co., MA
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9 F Seeth Gardner

           Born: 1660 - Salem, Essex Co., MA
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10 F Eliza Gardner

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11 M Thomas Gardner Jr.

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12 F Bethia Gardner

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13 F Abigail Gardner

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14 F Hannah Gardner

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15 M Jonathan Gardner

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General Notes (Husband)

Signed his name to several petitions and inventories. Source: www.vineyard.net/vineyard/history/allen/Web%20Cards/WC16/WC16_020.HTM

Thomas Gardner, called the Planter, the common ancestor of the Salem & Nantucket Gardners, was born in England in 1592 but where is not definitely known. He came to America in 1624 in the ship Charity and settled at Salem, Mass. In 1637 he was appointed to survey "all ffences west of the meeting house". In 1636 he was a member of the First Church. He was also engaged by the projectors of Cape Ann settlement to oversee the fisheries. By his first wife Margaret Frier he had nine children of whom two interest us; Richard and John. He married for his second wife Damaris Strattuck, a widow and Richard, son of Thomas married her daughter by her first husband, her name being Sarah. She was a Quaker and had considerable trouble with the authorities on account of her belief. Richard Gardner and his wife therefore decided to shake the Salem dust off their feet and repaired to more congenial surroundings. They married in 1652 and in 1666 the following resolution was passed at a meeting of the inhabitants of Nantucket: " A grant was made to Richard Gardner halfe accommodacons according to the grants made to Seamen and Tradesmen upon condition that hee exercise himselfe as a sea man & that hee come to inhabitt here with his ffamily before the end of May 1688 and after that his entrance here not to depart the Island in Point of dwelling for the space of three years upon forfeiture of the grant aforsaid"

Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mcronin111/gardner.htm

THOMAS GARDNER (THOMAS) was born 1591 in Dorsetshire, England, and diedOctober 29, 1674 in Gardner buring ground, Salem MA (Source: ThomasGardner Planter and Some of His Descendants, compiled and arranged byFrank A Gardner, MD, 1731, Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., this sourcementions the death date as given in the Town Records). He married (1)DEMARIS SHATTUCK. He married (2) MARGARET FRIER, daughter of FRANCISFRIER. Thomas Gardner 1591-1674 Governor of Cape Ann Colony 1623 Deputy 1637,Daggett & Skiffe & Butler History of Martha's Vineyard Vol.3

Thomas Gardner and John Tilley were the chief rulers of the Cape AnnColony during the time which preceded the appointment of Roger Conant as Governor.

Source: Thomas Gardner Planter and Some of His Descendants, compiled andarranged by Frank A Gardner, MD, 1731, Essex Institute, Salem, Mass

Thomas Gardner married twice. We know this from the fact that in his will he mentions his wife as the mother-widow of his sons. The Margaret Gardner, who united with the first Church in 1639, is supposed to have been his wife. Various writers, including Rev. Joseph B. It( ?),have stated that her maiden name was Fryer (or Frier), but the writer has thus far failed to find the authority for this statement.

Rev. Charles Henry Pope, in his "Pioneers of Massachusetts" suggests that the Margaret who united with the Salem Church in 1639, may have been the wife of Edmund Gardner of Ipswich.

While Edmund's wife may have been named Margaret, it seems improbable that she was the one above mentioned as uniting with the Salem church ,for the following reasons: Edmund is mentioned in the Ipswich Town Records as early as 1635, and very frequently thereafter. The Ipswich church was organized in 1634 and the wife of a man so prominent in local affairs would, in all probability, have united with the "home church."

His second wife was Damaris Shattuck, a widow, who was admitted to the church in Salem in 1641. She had several children by her first husband, one of whom, Sarah, married Richard Gardner, son of Thomas. She, like most of her Shattuck relations, evidently favored the Friends, as she was called into court many times for being "present at a Quaker meeting," and for absence from her own church. In the 9th Mo. 1667,and the 4th Mo. In the year following, "Old Mrs. Gardner was fined 5 shillings for absence from public worship. She had no children by Thomas Gardner. The date of her death is given in the Salem Town Records,as 28, 9, 1674.

Thomas Gardner died the 29th 10th Mo. 1674, and was buried in the Gardner burying ground, a hillock described as lot III.

Margaret FRYER was born 1594 in Salem, Essex, Mass.. She died 28 Sep 1674 in Salem, Essex, Mass.. Margaret married Thomas GARDNER on 1616 in Nantucket, Mass.

They had the following children:

M i Richard GARDNER was born 1631 and died 23 Mar 1687/1688.

There is a great deal of confusion concerning the wives of Thomas Gardner. Most older sources assign only two wives with the first, the mother of his children, given as Margaret Fryer. However Robert Charles Anderson in his highly respected "The Great Migration Begins" assigns three wives to Thomas as follows: the name of his first wife, the mother of all of his children is unknown. She came with him to New England, (while Anderson doesn't say when it probably wasn't when Thomas first arrived at the Cape Ann Colony, but later, after he had removed to Naumkeag (Salem)). Wife #1 died, probably in Salem, before 1639. Thomas married (2) Margaret (_____) by 1639; and after her death married (3) the wid. Damaris (_____) Shattuck.[6]

Thomas arrived first on Cape Ann in 1624, as part of the Cape Anne Colony, and removed to Naumkeag (Salem) in 1626. He was an innkeeper in Salem and was apparently literate as he signed his name to several petitions and inventories.[6] Tradition holds that Thomas was the Governor of the Cape Anne Colony, at least for a time.

Farmer confused Thomas with his son Thomas Jr. and mistakenly stated that he came from Scotland. He says of him in part, "an overseer of the plantation at Gloucester 1624, and removed thence Salem, was admitted freeman 1636, representative 1637.." "united. with the Church 1639, freeman 1641, was a selectmen, and d. 1674. His last wife was Damaris Shattuck"[5/117]

" In ordinary affairs Roger Conant next to Endecott, was perhaps still the most important,,and held a more important position in the community than any of the other old Planters, though John Woodbury, Thomas Gardner and Peter Palfrey were sent as deputies to the General Court"[4]

Thomas was a selectman in 1636.[4]

"In 1640 Mr. Hathorne, Robert Moulton and Thomas Gardner furnished bulls to go with the Salem Herd at 20 shillings a season."[4]

"In 1658 Thomas Gardner was on a jury to hear complaints of a disorderly meeting at which two Quaker missionaries were present. Most of the people present were women. The Shattuck family was represented. Samuel Shattuck was fined and imprisoned. He was whipped in Boston where he was imprisoned."[4]

CHILDREN:

1. George Gardner, b. England, m. Hannah Shattuck [1] joined the Salem Church in 1637; selectman 1662. Hannah was presumably the "Hannah Gardner" who joined the Salem Church in 1639.[4]

2. John Gardner, b. about 1624, poss. in Naumkeag (Salem, Essex Co, MA), and d. 6 May 1706 on Nantucket, Nantucket Co., MA[1]. He joined the Salem Church in 1643[4] He married Priscilla Grafton 20 Feb 1653/54 on Nantucket.[1]

3. Sarah Gardner , born about 1627, died 5 Apr 1686 at Beverly, Essex Co., MA. She married Benjamin Balch about 1650 as his first wife. He was the son of John Balch and Margery Lovett. Ch: Samuel, Benjamin, John, Joseph, Freeborn, Sarah, Abigail, Ruth, Mary, Jonathan, David.[1][6] Benjamin married (2) Abigail Clarke on 5 Feb 1688/9 in Marblehead (she d. 1 Jan 1690), and married (3) Grace Mallett on 15 Mar 1691/2.[6]

4. Samuel Gardner married Mary White[1] "born ab. 1627, freeman 1675, representative, 1681 and 1682."[5] Joined Salem Church in 1649.. selectman in 1676-77, and "Capt. Samuel Gardner" selectman "1697".[4]

5. Joseph Gardner died on 19 Dec 1675. He married Anne Downing bef. Aug. 1656. She was born about 1634 and died on 19 Apr. 1713 age 79. She was the daughter of Emanuel Downing.[1][2] Joseph and Ann had no children. Anne Downing Gardner married (2) Governor Simon Bradstreet. He was at that time a man in his late 70's. They had no children.

Joseph was involved in the civic affairs of Salem, holding a number of positions. He joined the Salem Church in 1649. He was also a large landowner, owning most of the land between St. Peter's St. and Brown St. in Salem.(4)

In May, 1672, he was appointed Lieutenant in the Company of Salem Foot, under command of Capt. William Price.[1][3] Three years later in May the Salem Militia was increased to two companies and Joseph Gardner was appointed Captain of the 1st Co. of Salem Foot. During King Phillip's War he was appointed on 3 Nov. 1675 to command a company of men which was subsequently raised at Salem, Marblehead, Topsfield, Andover, Gloucester, Beverly and Lynn.[4] They mustered at Dedham Plain on 10 Dec. following with a total force of 95 then proceeded to Wickford. During the march they were involved in a number of incidents with groups of hostile Indians losing several men. He was killed storming a breech in the Narragansett's stockaid at Swamp Fort Dec. 19, 1675[5], And the manner of his death was described in Church's History of the War.

"Mr. Church spying Capt. Gardiner of Salem amidst the Wigwams at the east end of the Fort, made towards him; but on a sudden while they were looking each other in the face, Capt. Gardiner settled down, Mr. Church stepped to him, seeing the blood run down his cheek lifted his cap and calling him by name, he looked up in his face but spake not a word, being mortally Shot through the head."[7]

6. Seeth Gardner was b. 25 Oct 1636 at Salem, Essex Co., MA and was baptized on 25 Dec. 1636 in Salem. She died on 17 Apr.1707 in Salem. Savage indicated she married Joseph Grafton, however another source states that she married (1) Joshua Conant and (2) John Grafton on 1 Oct. 1659 in Salem.[1]

7. Miriam Gardner was born in about 1632, Salem and died in about 1664 in Salem, she married John Hill.[1][Vitals not sourced so regard as tentative dates only]

8. RICHARD GARDNER

9. Thomas Gardner Jr. [4][5], joined the Salem Church in in 1637; selectman 1682; with his brother John was the most heavily involved in the family shipping interests. The family had "financial interest" in the Ketches 'Mary' and 'Expectation' about 1689.[4]


General Notes for Child Richard Gardner

Richard, son of Thomas married her daughter by her first husband, her name being Sarah. She was a Quaker and had considerable trouble with the authorities on account of her belief. Richard Gardner and his wife therefor decided to shake the Salem dust off their feet and repaired to more congenial surroundings. They married in 1652 and in 1666 the following resolution was passed at a meeting of the inhabitants of Nantucket:

" A grant was made to Richard Gardner halfe accommodacons according to the grants made to Seamen and Tradesmen upon condition that hee exercise himselfe as a sea man & that hee come to inhabitt here with his ffamily before the end of May 1688 and after that his entrance here not to depart the Island in Point of dwelling for the space of three years upon forfeiture of the grant aforsaid"

In 1672 chosen by the town to act as Towns messenger to proceed to New York and dispose of the town fish. April 15, 1673 he was appointed Chief Magistrate by Governor Lovelace according to Folger. Richard was a man of very good abilities, he was called long headed by his brother John from his sense of the profoundness of judgement. Richard & Sarah had ten children, five of whom are shown below:

Sarah md. Eleazer Folger Deborah md. John Macy Miriam md. John Worth Nathaniel md. Abigail Coffin James md.1st. Mary Starbuck
2nd. Rachel Brown, widow of John Brown
3rd. Mary Pinkham, formerly Coffin, daughter of James Coffin and Mary Severance
4th. Patience Harker, widow of Peter Folger (From other source material, I believe that Patience was Patience Folger, DAUGHTER of Peter Folger, not wife. She had previously been married to Ebenezer Harker. MGHB/2002) Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mcronin111/gardner.htm

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RICHARD GARDNER b. England, d. 23 Jan. 1688/89 Nantucket, Nantucket Co., Ma.; m. SARAH SHATTUCK in 1652 Salem, Essex Co., MA. She was born in about 1631 to 1632 and died in 1724 on Nantucket Island. Her father has been given variously as Samuel Shattuck, John Shattuck and unknown. Her mother was DAMARIS (_____). Joined the church at Salem in 1643.[4]


Source: http://members.tripod.com/Troutwind/gardner.html


General Notes for Child John Gardner

John Gardner came to Nantucket in the 1660s and found himself limited by the existing population to one-half a vote. He appealed to the Island's governor in New York and the area was renamed Sherburne after Gardner's English homestead. This name was used until after the Revolutionary War when the name Nantucket was restored in 1795. Tristram Coffin is considered the patriarch of the island. Source: www.rootsweb.com/~manantuc/abtnan.htm


General Notes for Child Joseph Gardner

Joseph was involved in the civic affairs of Salem, holding a number of positions. He joined the Salem Church in 1649. He was also a large landowner, owning most of the land between St. Peter's St. and Brown St. in Salem.(4)

In May, 1672, he was appointed Lieutenant in the Company of Salem Foot, under command of Capt. William Price.[1][3] Three years later in May the Salem Militia was increased to two companies and Joseph Gardner was appointed Captain of the 1st Co. of Salem Foot. During King Phillip's War he was appointed on 3 Nov. 1675 to command a company of men which was subsequently raised at Salem, Marblehead, Topsfield, Andover, Gloucester, Beverly and Lynn.[4] They mustered at Dedham Plain on 10 Dec. following with a total force of 95 then proceeded to Wickford. During the march they were involved in a number of incidents with groups of hostile Indians losing several men. He was killed storming a breech in the Narragansett's stockade at Swamp Fort Dec. 19, 1675[5].The manner of his death was described in Church's History of the War:

"Mr. Church spying Capt. Gardiner of Salem amidst the Wigwams at the east end of the Fort, made towards him; but on a sudden while they were looking each other in the face, Capt. Gardiner settled down, Mr. Church stepped to him, seeing the blood run down his cheek lifted his cap and calling him by name, he looked up in his face but spake not a word, being mortally Shot through the head."[7]

Source: http://members.tripod.com/Troutwind/gardner.html


Adam Charles Snyder and Mary Elizabeth Fryer



Husband Adam Charles Snyder 3

           Born: Abt 1789 - Philadelphia, PA
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         Buried: Apr 1874 - Springwood Cemetery, Greenville, SC
       Marriage: 14 Apr 1814 - Zion Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania




Wife Mary Elizabeth Fryer 3

           Born: Abt 1798 - Philadelphia, PA
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1 F Mary Snyder 3

           Born: 24 Mar 1815 - Philadelphia, PA
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2 F Mary Elizabeth Snyder 3

           Born: 4 Jul 1816 - Philadelphia, PA
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3 M John Snyder 3

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4 M Joseph Snyder 3

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5 F Ann E. Snyder 3

           Born: 25 Sep 1823 - Philadelphia, PA
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6 F Amanda Snyder 3

           Born: 27 Sep 1826 - Greenville, SC
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7 M Thomas Snyder 3

           Born: 17 Feb 1828 - Greenville, SC
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         Buried: Jul 1861 - Greenville, SC



8 F Harriett Snyder 3

           Born: 30 Aug 1831 - Greenville Co., SC
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9 M Andrew Snyder 3

           Born: 22 Nov 1833 - Greenville, SC
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10 F Mary Willimina Snyder 3

           Born: 9 Dec 1835 - Greenville, SC
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           Died: 27 Mar 1923 - Greenville, SC
         Buried: Mar 1923 - Greenville, SC



11 M Peter Snyder 3

           Born: 13 Apr 1838 - Greenville, SC
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         Buried: May 1900 - Greenville, SC





Samuel Septimus Gaillard and Susan Fryer



Husband Samuel Septimus Gaillard 5

           Born: 9 Oct 1823
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         Father: Thomas Gaillard (1790-1864) 5
         Mother: Marianne Gendron Palmer (1793-1860) 5


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Wife Susan Fryer 5

           Born: Abt 1825
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Thomas Fryer



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1 F Margaret Fryer

            AKA: Mary Friar
           Born: Abt 1623 - Nantucket, MA
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         Spouse: Thomas Gardner (1592-1674)
           Marr: 1616 - Nantucket, MA





Carl Fryman



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Erma Dean Fryman



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Evelyn Fryman



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Harold Fryman



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Luther Fryman and Della May McCutcheon



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Wife Della May McCutcheon

           Born: 17 Mar 1906 - Leslie, Searcy Co., AR.
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           Died: 15 Jul 1954 - Yuba City, Sutter Co., CA
         Buried:  - Sutter, Sutter Co, CA


         Father: John Tilton McCutcheon (1876-1974) 7
         Mother: Lucille (Lulu) Berthana Lewis (1885-1959) 7





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2 F Evelyn Fryman (details suppressed for this person)

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Marion Fryman



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         Father: Luther Fryman (1899-      )
         Mother: Della May McCutcheon (1906-1954)


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Mary Jo Fryman



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         Father: Luther Fryman (1899-      )
         Mother: Della May McCutcheon (1906-1954)





Georg Heinrich Fuchs and Daughter Soller



Husband Georg Heinrich Fuchs

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       Marriage: Bef 27 Jun 1763




Wife Daughter Soller

           Born: After 1721 - Weinheim, Germany
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           Died: After 23 Mar 1768
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         Father: Hans Heinrich Soller (1682-1763)
         Mother: Maria Katharina (Abt 1686-After 1747)




General Notes (Husband)

"Executed a letter of attorney Mch. 23, 1768, for himself, in the name of his wife and other coheirs of Hans Heinrich Soller, deceased. (Mins. of Council.)" Source: "Sellers Family of Pennsylvania and Allied Families" by Edwin Jaquett Sellers, Philadelphia, 1925.


Fucks and Mary Sue Martin



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         Father: Asa Allen Martin
         Mother: Gladys French





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Ryan Fucks



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Sean Fucks



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Billie Ed Hill and Willfreida Fucks



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         Father: David Elmer Hill (1902-1967) 3
         Mother: Mary Evalee Nichols (1909-1992) 3


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Wife Willfreida Fucks 3

           Born: 6 Apr 1932
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Thomas Jefferson Porter and Ann E. Fudge



Husband Thomas Jefferson Porter 3

           Born: 19 Feb 1844 - Marshall Co., MS
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         Father: William Wesley Porter (1800-1872) 3
         Mother: Charlotte O. Hollowell (1806-1876) 3


       Marriage: 27 Oct 1869

   Other Spouse: Martha Ann Hollowell (1848-1895) 3 - 1 Jan 1866




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Edward Grant Lang and Edna Fudge



Husband Edward Grant Lang 8

           Born: 14 Jan 1873 - , Webster, MO
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           Died: 21 Nov 1943 - Grand Junction, Mesa, CO
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         Father: William Henry Lang (1835-1901) 8
         Mother: Nancy Evelyn Cummins (1842-1906) 8


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   Other Spouse: Emma Lilly Gadberry (1880-1953) 8 - 1 Jan 1896 - Ottawa, Franklin, KS




Wife Edna Fudge 8

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Ernest W Fudge



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         Father: Raymond E Fudge (      -      ) 9
         Mother: Bertha Emeline Dutcher (1880-      ) 9


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Thomas Loring and Amelia B. Fudger



Husband Thomas Loring 5

           Born: 23 Apr 1789 - Hingham , Plymouth County, Mass.
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           Died: 9 Jun 1863
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         Father: Thomas Loring (1755-1828) 5
         Mother: Joanna Quincy Thaxter (1757-1836) 5


       Marriage: 11 Oct 1842 - Dorchester




Wife Amelia B. Fudger 5

           Born: Abt 1800
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General Notes (Husband)

Representative in 1831, 1833, 1834, 1835, 1839, an d 1 8 4 0 . Was of the firm Whittemore and Loring, afts Loring and Sprague, flour and grain merchants at the harbor. Resided on the paternal homestead, Main, corner of South St.




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1 BeamandWilson.FTW.

2 James Miracle, 1735328.ged - - Compiled by James Miracle.

3 Herman Geshwind, Old Pendelton District Database - a project of the Old Pendelton District Chapter of the South Carolina Genealogica Society..

4 1880 Illinois Census ABBR 1880 Illinois Census.

5 J. Feagin, Gedcom from J. Feagin.

6 The Spurgeons of Northeast Missouri, by Mary S Rogers(Mary Elizabeth Spu.),p.62.

7 1. Federal Census: 1880 AR., Searcy Co., Bear Creek Twp., page 25, line47, house 232. Microfilm T9, Roll 56. 2. Federal Census: 1880 AR., Searcy Co., Bear Creek Twp., page 25, lines 42-48 house #232, Microfilm T9, Roll 56 3. Federal Census: 1840 AR., Searcy Co., page 5, line 5. Microfilm M704, Roll 20. 1850 AR., Searcy Co., Wileys Cove Twp., page - , lines 10-17. Microfilm M432, Roll 30. INDEX.

8 L. David Roper, RoperJr.ged from L. David Roper.

9 L. David Roper, Rousper.ged by L. David Roper.

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