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Thank you for posting the marriage information for Fredrick FRYMAN and Anna BELLVILL. I wonder why Fred was over in Phillips County, KS? In 1860 & 1870, he was in Nodaway Twp., Holt Co. MO, in 1900 & 1910 he was in Centropolis Twp., Franklin Co. KS, and in 1920 he was in Pomona, Franklin Co. KS. [All information from census enumerations for each respective year.]
Did you happen to notice that a James FRYMAN married an Ellen VRAMAN on 06 Jan 1875, also in Phillips Co. KS? I'm thinking this James may have been a brother of Fredrick. I have come across a James F. FRYMAN, b. ca. 1852 in Ohio for whom I did not have a marriage recorded. He was 18 in 1870, and living with brother Fred, parents Samuel and Mary S. FRYMAN and five other siblings (George, John S., Samuel A., Lucinda and Melinda).
I have ordered about 5 microfilms for Holt Co. MO via the LDS library in Salt Lake, and hope to have them delivered in the next week or two.