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Re: Stephen Fryman b. 1846
Posted by: Herb Date: January 22, 2000 at 11:44:27
In Reply to: Re: Stephen Fryman b. 1846 by Steve Gouge of 341


Thanks for the information. I show Charlotte being born about 1803, d. Nov 15, 1884 - death may have been in Brown Co., OH, I think that is where I found the death recorded. Would like to find proof that Philip Fryman, Jr. and Catherine Baker were her parents. Her second child was named Margaret but have not been able to find the name of her first born, which was a son. I was hoping his name was George which would most likely make them the parents of my George Hill. Thoought maybe Charlotte named her first two children after her parents who I though may have been George Fryman (brother of Philip) and Margaret Snapp. George and Margaret also lived around the Brown Co. and Clermont Co., OH border and in 1860 George was also living near Catherine in Richland Co. Thought maybe her husband died and she moved there to be close to them. Margaret Snapp Fryman died sometime between 1850 and 1860 and maybe that is oone reason Charlotte is in Richland Co. also.

Thanks, Herb


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