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Children of William Frady-Macon & Jackson Co., NC
Posted by: Dianne Jenkins Spitzer (ID *****2498) Date: July 19, 2004 at 15:01:08
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I'm not having a lot of success searching for some of "my" Fradys. I believe that William, Andrew J., John Jackson, and Rebecca (m. McCall) were all the children of "my" William Frady with his first (or 2nd?) wife, Nancy Mathews. She's buried at Cullowhee Baptist Cemetery, Jackson Co., NC. Their marriage bond from Burke Co., NC, gives Peter Mathew as bondsman for their 15 Jan 1825 marriage. But I can't tell who else lived in William's home:

1830 Macon County, North Carolina, page 16 listed-
William Friedy......age 20-30
male......................0-15
male......................5-10
female (Nancy?)..20-30
female..................10-15
female..................under 5

Do you have any idea who these folks were? Do you think Edmund Frady that married Hulda Ann McCall 12 Jan 1846 in Macon Co. was one of William's sons? What about Solomon? Have you made any progress looking for a link to Solomon's parents? Have you heard that a court record for an assault charge against Warren Barker, Jason Barker, and Edmund Barker finally proved that Edmund was indeed the father of Warren and Jason? Maybe something like that can help prove Solomon's lineage.

I have lots of information about the children William had with his next wife, Sarah Coxe Frady. Anyone interested may email me directly or on this message board. Happy hunting.


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