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Posted by: Karen Cotter (ID *****8605) Date: December 14, 2004 at 08:36:55
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Does the name Richard Howell or Hewett McCloud Fryer, born 1831 and Elizabeth his wife mean anything to Fryer researchers? Have a great great grandfather on family record with initials RHM Fryer married Ann C. He was born in 1804 and the first one may be a junior and his son along with my great grandfather Albert Frank/Frank Albert/John Domron Fryer (He used these names and at least one more) in his migrations from Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.

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