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Re: Update: Frady national reunion
Posted by: Lisa Frady-Davis (ID *****9962) Date: July 21, 2003 at 07:26:34
In Reply to: Re: Update: Frady national reunion by George Damon Nolin of 625

The Reunion was held on June 21. I have been working on an update to the Reunion website at, but it's not quite ready yet. At this time, I am not aware of any efforts to organize another national Reunion anytime soon. Anyone who is willing to plan such an event is welcome to go-forward with their efforts at any time. However, it doesn't seem very feasible to do this annually. Maybe in a few years, it would be nice to have another national Reunion. But that's only my opinion. There are regional Reunions, including one in North Georgia held annually on the first Sunday in July.

Between 250 and 300 people attended the June 21 national Reunion. There were folks from all over the United States and assumingly many different branches of the tree. As many folks cannot completely trace their heritage, it's impossible to conclusively state which branches were represented.

You asked whether there were any new genealogy finds? Well, many folks networked at the Reunion and were thus able to trace their genealogy further back than had been previously done. If you're interested in learning more about your own history and/or Frady history, I'd suggest the following steps.

Firstly, contact Betty Riddle in Jasper, GA - her email is, and she'll be happy to give you any information she has related to Levi Frady. Secondly, if you do not have a copy of the Frady Family Archives Newsletters which were published during 1993 to 1998, you can order a full set of those newsletters. There were 12 editions of newsletter and they contain 196 pages of information related to Frady history all over the United States. If you would like a copy of the newsletters, send an email to - there is a $20 charge for the newsletters, to cover copying and postage.

Hope this information helps.

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