He died of a heart attack in a hotel room in Oklahoma City in 1969/70.
Fraizer enlisted in the Army, June 5, 1939, Ringold, TX. Serial # 6-281073. Grade: Sargent, 12th Cavalry, Troop A. Military Qualifications: Combat Infantryman's badge, June 2, 945. Battles and Campaigns: New Guinea; Southern Philippines Luzon and Bismark Archipelago. Decorations and Citations: Purple Heart G O #46 Hq. 1st Cavalry, Division, March 25, 1945. AItic-Pacific Campaign Medal with four bronze stars: Good Conduct Medal; American Defense Service Medal; Philippines Liberation Medal with two Bronze Stars; Silver Star, June 19, 19__; Troop A, 12th Cav. Distinguished Unit badge. He was a member of this Unit during the period for which a presidential Unit Citation was awarded. Discharged 8/9/1945 from Ft. Sam Houston, TX.spouse: Kenney, Helen Gerome (1923 - 1984)
He retired from the Air Force in about 1962. He went to work for McDonald Douglas in St Louis, MO. He had a heart attack and died there. He is buried in Oklahoma City.
When Judith was born, Frazier was stationed at Ft. Bliss, El Paso, Texas. He was 21 years old.
Helen and Fraizer divorced in 1946.
He worked for the railroad sometime during 1912-1920s. He left his family, changed his name and moved north, (OK?). He died in the late 1960s. Viola had a clipping from a paper about it. He had a heart attack while he was driving. He might have been in the Osage County area. (From James Guinn)spouse: Page, Viola
Probably from Arkansas or Southern Missouri.spouse:
Sterling was born in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. He was inducted into the Service, 8/8/1943, Harrisburg, PA., serial number 33514881. Military education; Grove City College, Grove City, PA. Air Crew Training; 20 weeks Lowery Field, CO, Armament School Heavy Aircraft, seven weeks, Kingman, Arizona; Aerial Gunnery School; six weeks, all phases of flexible aerial gunnery Military occupational Speciality, two months private basic training; eleven months S.Sgt. Armorer; three months S. Sgt. Medical Corpsman. Grades C 2123 A A F BU, Harlingen, TX. Air Plane Armorer Gunner 612 A A F Air Crew Member Badge. Battles and Campaigns: Rhineland, Central Europe and Air Combat Royal, Decorations and Citations: American Theater, European Theater, European-African-Middle Eastern, with three Bronze Stars, Victory Medal, Good Conduct Medal. discharged 12/10/1945, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TXspouse: Kenney, Peggy Marie (private)
He lived just across the Winchester pike from the home of John Leer Alberti, which was in Fayette county.spouse: Alberti, Nancy Kate (1858 - )
Elizabeth and her family lived at Walnut Bottom, Henderson County.spouse: Culver, Nicholas Wilson (1819 - )
Her name may be Esther Linda Hall or Esterlinda. John M. Griggs ([email protected]@juno.com) has the name as Melvina Hall. He is a descendent.spouse: Griggs, Clement Rolen (1775 - 1861)
The maiden name of the mother of Malinda Margaret Hamilton was Hamm. Her parents, the Hamms, came from Scotland.spouse: Kenney, Isaac (1807 - 1896)
A sister of Malinda Hamilton married a man by the name of Blake. They were the parents of Margaret Blake (McCann), Pickett Blake, Charles Blake and John Blake. the Blakes were born in Kentucky and later moved to Bates County, Mo. John Blake was a Christian preacher. Margaret Blake (McCann) and family finally settled in Kansas City, MO. and lived there the rest of their lives there.
Date of death is recorded in the family bible as December 11, 1897. I think the December 11 date is correct.
"Sister" was referred to only as the sister of Malinda Margaret Hamilton Kenney.spouse: Blake, ?
See notes under Malinda Margaret Hamilton Kenney.spouse:
Name may have been Mauring Hampton.spouse: Sparks, William (~1763 - )
Buried Mt Zion Cemetery, Freestone, TX
They moved to Palo Pinto County TX., in 1881. They lived with daughter Lottie and her husband Noah Weaver, 1898, in Freestone Co, TX. They are buried next to Noah Weaver in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone, TX.. WFT Vol 2. 2910.spouse: Dyer, Armanda (1842 - )
Elizabeth was a widow (Botkin) when she and David married. She was born in Ireland and moved to with her parents James Hanna and Anne (Johnson) Hanna to PA in the spring of 1756.spouse: Frame, David (~1741 - )
I do not know if this is a male of female. Information from FTM. Home page of C.Glen Johnson.
A marriage date of March 19, 1840 in Union, KY, from the records of C. G. Johnson, Tyler, TX, [email protected]@aol.comspouse: Dyer, William (1780 - 1835)
She was Catholic WFT Vol 2. #2910.
WFT 2910spouse: Slye, Susannah (1749 - ~1828)
They migrated to Indiana.spouse: Craven, William (1766 - 1826)
AKA. Henry Haws.spouse: Dyer, Sarah (1741 - )
Cliff was born July 12, 1914 in Jefferson, Ohio, Monroe County. Divorced from Helena V. Heddleson, Nov. 10, 1947.spouse: Kenney, Helen Gerome (1923 - 1984)
On Cliff's birth certificate James occupation was listed as "Oil Operatorspouse: Hendershot, Lillie Isabel (1886 - )
In the 1880 Union Co., Ky census there is a connection to the Balls and Dyers as follows: James M. Hedges age 45, married to Almeda D age 44, son John D. age 20, James W. age 18, dgtr Susan M. age 15, Almeda age 10. Also in the household were the following: Attaway Dyer, age 42, Sister in law, William T. Ball age 42, Cousin, Ruth Ball age 18, Cousinspouse: Dyer, Almeda Dorcas (1835 - 1888)
He was mentioned in the Will of Rosannah Hurst as son-in-law in 1793 in Fauquier Co., VA. Date: Sat, 15 Nov 1997 17:06:35 -0600 From: Jerry and Lilly Heflin <[email protected]@horizon.hit.net> We are new members of the Heflin Genealogy Network and are trying to find out additional information about our Heflin ancestors. Seeking information on Augustus Heflin and Elizabeth Lee of Pettis County, Missouri. Augustus and Elizabeth were the parents of John Reuben Heflin, born 12-12-1838. My husband, Jerry Russell Heflin, is descended from John Reuben Heflin. Augustus Heflin was from Fleming County, Kentucky, and Elizabeth was from Madison County, Kentucky. Augustus was born in approx. 1818. From the information I can get in Fleming County,the Heflins there all appear to be have been related to one another. My supposition is that Augustus was probably either the son of Reuben (who was the son of William) or Reuben (who was the son of Augustine or Augustus). I had the following marriage information from Fleming County, but could make no connection between our Heflin and the ones there. FROM FLEMING COUNTY, KY MARRIAGE BONDS: Abigail Heflin and John Moore. Joel Havens, bondsman. July 7, 1806 Agy Heflin and George Summers. Augustine Heflin, bondsman, proves Agy is 21. June 12, 1799. Lucinda Heflin and Jeremiah Strode. Reubin Heflin, bondsman and father. November 7, 1822. Nancy Heflin and Richard Blue. Reuben Heflin, bondsman. William Blue, father, and Elijah Heflin, father. July 10, 1823. Reuben Heflin and Sally Matchett, David Matchett, bondsman, John Matchett, father. Fielding Hurst, witness. 9-4-1823 (no return) Lilly Heflin Arkansas City, KSspouse: Hurst, Nancy (1759 - 1835)
http://www.blvl.igs.net/~socstc/american/dat16.htm#1 Heflin, Gustavus Augustine "Gus" Birth : 28 AUG 1760 near Orlean, Fauquier Co., VA Death : 25 AUG 1837 Rushville, Rush Co., IN Parents: Father: Hefflin, Simon Mother: Payne, Ailse (From CS)