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Re: Fradys in Walhalla South Carolina
Posted by: Fay Williams (ID *****5972) Date: October 11, 2009 at 13:47:25
In Reply to: Re: Fradys in Walhalla South Carolina by Johnny Frady of 625

The Juda you may be referring to could be the grandmother of Lawrence Frady. She was born Sep. 17, 1824 and died Mar 1, 1906. She had a child named Elijah Pink Chastain who is on the 1850 census with her parents William and Annie Chastain. Elijah is identified in 1920 as the brother of Nancy Cornelia Chamblee Underwood who was the sister of Mary Elizabeth Chamblee Frady. They have been identified as the daughters of Jacob and Judy Chastain Chamlee/Chamblee. Someone in the Underwood line identified him as Pink, an uncle or half-brother.

Elijah's obituary is in the Greenville Library on page 11 of a newspaper dated Sep. 9, 1933. Various records have him born in 1836, 1846, and 1848 in either Georgia, South Carolina, or North Carolina. He probably did not know his correct birth and the 1850 census of 1846 1s probably the best. His wife was Mary who was born in 1847 and died before 1920. I have his children as J. Columbia/Columbus, Sarah, M. Elizabeth, Malinda, and Minnie. I have a note that says he had a daughter named Nona who married an Underwood.

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