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Charles A. and Rebecca Frazier

, 3 North 44 West
Charles Andrew Frazier was born March 31, 1883 in Guthrie Center Iowa to John A. Frazier and Phebe A. Flemming.

John Andrew Frazier born May 3, 1844 in Illinois, died May 8, 1889 in Guthrie County, Iowa.

In 1900 Guthrie County, Iowa, Charles is farming, born March 1883 in Iowa, with widowed mother Mrs. Phoebe Frazier born June 1846 in INdiana. Frank is 30, Bert 25, both born in ILlinois, Eva 20, Charles 17, adn Christina 14 born in IOwa.

In 1900 Osborne County, Kansas, Albert Frazier is farming, born Feb 1859 in Iowa, with Mary July 1857 Ohio. BECA J. born October 1890 in Kansas, with Minnie 15, Bertha 13, Myrtle 11, Ina 7, Florence 5, and Florrie 2.

March 1907 Yuma "C. A. Frazier of Portis, Kansas, is out looking for a home."

One tree said Charles and Rebecca married on Nobermber 13, 1907 in Benkelman, Nebraska.

In 1910 Dundy County, Nebraska, C.A. Frazier is farming , 28 born in Iowa, married three years to Rebeka 19 born in Kansas, have Orvilla 1 born in Kansas.

November 1910 "Chas. A. Frazier, a business man of Benkelman, was in the city Friday. Mr. Frazier is an old acquaintance of Thos. Calkins, they being acquainted at Osborne, Kansas."

August 1911 "Mrs. Chas. Frazier and children of the sandhills, left Thursday night of last week for McDonald, Kansas, on a visit with relatives and friends."

October 1911 Wray "Mrs. M. E. Frazier of McDonald, Kansas, arrived in Wray last Saturday and will visit her son, C. A. Frazier, and family of north of town this week."

January 1912 "Myrtia Sigwing is staying with Mrs. Frazier this week while Charley is visiting friends in Benkelman."

August 1912

August 1913 "Frank Sheppard of McFall, Missouri, arrived in Wray Monday and joined his wife who had come a few days previous and who was visiting her mother, Mrs. Chas. Frazier of north of town. They left Tuesday for Denver and the mountains where they go on a sightseeing trip."

Charles proved up two quarters in section 14, 3 North 44 West, in 1916.
Also in 1916 " Frances Hopkins names as witnesses: Clarence W. Douglass, Foster A. Dodge, Joseph F. Ellis, Charles A. Frazier, all of Wray, Colorado."


August 1917
Charles registered for WWI in Red Rock, Noble County, Oklahoma, born March 31, 1883, a tool dresser for Lacy Brothers of Red Rock.

He's an oil field tool dresser in 1920 Kay County, Oklahoma, 37, with Rebecca 28, Orilla 11, Reka 9, and "Fred" 7.

Thanks to J.B. Burrows "Rebecca & Charlers Frazier With Ford Reka & Orilla"

In 1930 they have Arilla L. 21, Reka L. 18, Ford F. 17, Cecil C. 14, and Robert L. 2.

In 1940 Charley and Rebecca are in Loveland, Colorado, with Robert Lee Frazer 12.


Ford Francis Frazier was born July 9, 1912 in Wray to Charles and Rebecca J. Frazier, dying April 6, 1974 in San Mateo, California.
January 1912 "F. C. Frazier and family north of town was in Saturday having some dental work done."


Cecil C. Frazier, 79, died August 5, 1995 in Seattle, Washington.

He's buried in Pierce County, Washington # 20284780, with Inez E.
"oins his loving wife, Inez, who passed Dec. 26th 1994. He and Inez were married on March 23, 1937 in San Francisco, CA. They resided 50 years at Victor Falls, WA. Cecil retired from Frazier's Fuel Oil Service in 1978. "


Reka L. Welch, born August 3, 1910, died May 1989, last residence Ponca City, Oklahoma.


Orilla L. Frazier, 29, married Roscoe E. Norton in Loveland Colorado on October 16, 1938.

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