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James Logan Frady b. abt. 1841 Ga/NC
Posted by: Johnny Frady (ID *****6391) Date: February 14, 2003 at 06:47:41
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For those who are researching James Logan Frady b.1841 Ga., son of Andrew Jackson b. abt 1804 can find him listed in the 1880 Jasper County MO. census as: James Fraday age 39 b. Ga., Amanda age 33 b. NC., Minnie age 9 b. MO., Joseph age 8, b. MO., Ada age 6 b. MO., Cora age 5, b. MO., Robert age 3 b. b. MO., Octa 2 b. MO.. In 1900 Amanda is living in Polk County Ark. and is listed as: Amanda A. 52. b. NC., Ray L. age 19., b. MO., Joseph age 28., B. MO. Octa E. Frady Emory age 24 b. MO.. This seem to be a complete list of James Logan and Amanda Frady childrem. It appears Ray L., age 18 in 1990, is not the Robert listed in the 1880 census, as Ray L. was born after the 1880 census. If this James Logan was born in 1841 as recorded in the 1850 and 1880 census then who is the male 0/5 listed in the household of Andrew Jackson Frady in the 1840 Burke County NC census? Any comments. Could this male born before 1840 be the William Frady in the 1850 Jackson County Al. census with an incorrect age. Three of Andrew Jackson children can be found being in Jackson and Dekalb Al. between 1860 and 1870. No other Frady family can be found in this area before 1900. The above is open to correction and comments.


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