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Re: Walter Grady Frady
Posted by: Johnny Frady (ID *****6391) Date: November 13, 2004 at 07:51:10
In Reply to: Walter Grady Frady by Angel Frady of 625

Angel, I do some research of the SC. Fradys. You need to check this out for sure , but here is who I believe is your Frady family.
Andrew J. Frady b. abt 1805 had a son Andrew Jackson Frady born to his second wife Elizabeth abt 1856 in Oconee County SC.. Andrew Jackson went to Georgia with his two brothers and is found in the 1880 Polk County Ga. census age 23 born in SC.. Andrew Jackson Frady is found in the 1900 Oconee County census with a son John F. Frady age 14. From menory, I seem to remember finding a marriage for John F. Frady in Oconne County to a Belle A. Potts. John F. Frady must have died between 1916 and 1920 and is buried in Oconee County SC.. I find Belle A. Frady age 29 b. NC. and her son Walter G. Frady age 3 ( born abt 1916/1917 living with her brother Walker Potts in the 1920 Franklin County Ga. census. Franklin County Ga. is located on the Ga. and SC. line. I would say this is your Walter Grady Frady and that he returned to SC. where he applied for his SS#-- most likely either Oconee, or Anderson County.
If I can be of any further help feel free to E-mail me.

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