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Fryer and Fryar's with Leukemia and Twins
Posted by: T Halliday (ID *****6007) Date: July 06, 2003 at 21:40:04
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Fellow researchers,

I have a strange coincidence with a Canadian Fryer line. Edward Walter Fryer, father of Eric Clapton, died 5/15/1985 in Newmarket, Canada of Leukemia. He was born 3/21/1920 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. I would appreciate anything on his parents, grandparents, and more. Also the type of his Leukemia if known.

My grandmother, Agnes Fryar, also died of Leukemia {hers was acute) in 2/11/1969 in WA state. I am interested in any other incidences of Leukemia in various Fryer or Fryar lines to see if these lines connect and if the Leukemia is a shared genetic occurrence. If known please state the type of Leukemia.

Am also interested in Twin incidences in Fryer and Fryar lines as is also a genetic occurence in my Fryar line. Please include all incidences and I will sort those in the line and those outside the line. Indicate if the twins are fraternal or identical if known.

Thanks very much for all information that you can provide. Please also provide names of parents and grandparents when known and dates to place them correctly with known lines. I am only interested in Fryer and Fryar lines that weren't late-comers to the US; meaning those Fryer and Fryar lines that were in the US before 1800.

All help is greatly appreciated!!

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