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Lida Reno Frymyer, male, not female
Posted by: Diana Covey Frymyer Mussaw (ID *****2682) Date: March 31, 2007 at 14:35:29
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Lida Reno Frymyer, also known as Jack, Doc (he was a veterinarian in his later years), was the son of Christopher Columbus Frymyer & 1st wife, Louvina Londonna Curry, daughter of John Curry & ____ Cunningham; Lida was born Jan 18, 1888, Gilmer or Lewis Co, WV, and died June 27, 1973, Richmond, Madison Co, KY, although he lived in neighboring Estill Co, KY, at the time of his death; Lida (signed his name as L R Frymyer) married 1) Lucetta Means, and had Roy Frymyer, Paul Mark Frymyer, & Juanita Marie Frymyer; Roy was killed in Stanton, KY, Dec 25, 1940, by his father-in-law; Paul, known as Bud, never married; Juanita, known as Jack, married Taulbee Bowen & had 4 boys, Taulbee Jr (Jeep), Jack Eugene, Danny & Scott; Lida married 2nd) Mary Eliza Horn, April 9, 1938, Slade, Powell Co, KY, and had Bobby Wayne Frymyer, born Dec 25, 1938, Billy Eugene Frymyer, born January 17, 1940, died December 10, 1985, Larry Christopher Frymyer, born January 29, 1943, & Tabatha Gay Frymyer, born June 1, 1954;

I saw somewhere that someone had listed Lida Reno Frymyer as a female and had him marrying a person by the last name Rohr and I couldn't stipulate the true fact. I think his half-sister married the Rohr man, but at this time, I'm not sure; he had a full sister, Mamie, and a full sister, Myrtle, not twins, but one died at age 9, I think; hope this helps clarify some things.

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