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Isabella MULLEN

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  • Gender  Female 
    _UID  41415F03022F7F428E30F9442D4BCB384CEA 
    Person ID  I15982  Marshall and Allied Families
    Last Modified  19 Dec 2007 

    Family  George M. FRY 
    _UID  42CB664EC7C2094C9DB42DA62C96D9C8264B 
    Children 
    >1. Andrew Jackson FRY,   b. 1860, Coatsburg, Adams County, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F5371  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • !Frye 0001 - "The Fry Family and Their Descendants - From Switzerland to Texas",
      by Hazell M. Scott.
      __________________________________________________________________
      [Laura Ware]

      Subj: George M. Fry...
      Date: 08/24/00 3:16:42 PM Eastern Daylight Time
      From: pdb@santafe.edu (patrisia)
      To: DMarsh1041@aol.com

      Hello!

      I was so excited to find George and Isabel Fry -- my cousins and I are researching this part of the family. Isabel's maiden name was Mullen, I think, and they were married in Hancock County, IL on 2/10/1842.

      George and Isabel had at least 9 boys, one of whom was Andrew Jackson Fry, my great-grandfather.

      Andrew Jackson Fry was born in Coatsburg, IL, in 1860, and married Mary Jane Webster (born in Nashville in 1863). They had a farm in Galena, KS for many years and had 8 children. One son survived infancy, that would be Orven -- we are still trying to track him down -- he went to Stillwater, Oklahoma, I think.

      Andrew Jackson and Mary Jane Webster Fry's daughter Maude Ellen Fry married Ira Franklin Barton in 1910.

      Maude and Ira had one child, Mary Maud Barton, who moved to Southern California and married Ramsay Lord Harris in 1943 (Ramsay was born in India).

      I am Laura Mary Harris (Ware) -- I live in New Mexico, and I now have two children and two (almost three) grandchildren.

      If you are interested and would like any more info, please do not hesitate to e-mail me at: amalaura@hotmail.com -- my cousins and I would love to hear from you!

      Sincerely, Laura Ware