Randolph  County,  Indiana

Funeral card:
Flora M. Frazier
Born April 14, 1886 Died May 9, 1968
Services at Maynard & Walker Mortuary Clergyman Officiating Rev. Harold Priddy
Final Resting Place Fountain Park Cemetery

A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
Flora Frazier, 82, Lifelong
County Resident, Dies
          Mrs. Flora M. Frazier, 82, a resident of the Monks Home, Winchester, died Thursday evening, May 9, 1968, near Winchester, daughter of Conrad and Louise Gerstner Meyer.
          Mrs. Frazier was a former bookkeeper and reporter for the Winchester Journal-Herald. She was a member of the Winchester Church of the Nazarene and the Womer's Christian Temperance Union. Mrs. Frazier's first husband, Ellis Bailey, died in 1938. Her second husband, Edward Frazier, died in 1962.
          Survivors include one stepson, James Bailey of Los Angeles, Calif.; one step-daughter, Mrs. Geraldine Kinney of Traverse City, Mich.; one brother, Otte Meyer of Winchester, and three sisters, Miss Emma Meyer and Mrs. Edward Blizzard of Winchester and Mrs. Joe Funk of Carlos.
          Services will be held Saturday at 2 P.M. at the Maynard and Walker funeral home, Winchester, with the Rev. Harold Priddy officiating. Interment will be in Fountain Park cemetery.
          The family will receive callers at the funeral home Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. until the hours of services.
Contributed by Mary Jo Bailey

A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
October 17, 1946
Death Claims Hugh Frazier This Morning
          Hugh Frazier, a 70-year-old retired blacksmith and auto mechanic, died at the Randolph county hospital in Winchester at 4:12 a.m. today following a two-week serious illness. A lifelong resident of this vicinity, he resided south of Harrisville.
          Mr. Frazier was born in Wayne township on May 26, 1876, son of Francis and Jane Shockney- Frazier. He attended the Jericho school, and was married to Cora Johnston in Winchester in 1897. He was a member of the Jericho Quaker church.
          Besides the widow, he leaves three sons, Ralph and Harry Frazier, of Dayton, and Clarence Frazier, Winchester; one daughter, Mrs. Clarence Mikesell, of Ridgeville; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild; two brothers, Jesse Frazier, of near union City, and James Frazier, Union City, and two sisters, Oma Frazier, of Muncie, and Mrs. John Hinshaw, Union City.
          The body will be removed from the Brooks and Son funeral home in Union City to the residence where friends may call after 12 o'clock noon Friday.
          Last rites will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Jericho church with Rev. Elvin Thornburg in charge. Burial will be made in the church cemetery.
Contributed by Gina Richardson

A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
        FRAZIER, Elvin, s/o Abijah & Rebecca (Ozburn) d. 1/27/1888 double pneumonia age 2y 4m 10d. A dt. age 16y d. 1/27/1888 of measles & congestion of lungs.
Contributed by Sandra Mumah

Clinton County Ohio Newspapers
Death & Obituary Abstracts 1838-1867
Died on September 17, 1861
          John Frazier, at the residence of Ephraim Oren, in Randolph County, Indiana. Age 82 years. Born in York County Pennsylvania, on January 6, 1780.
          The son of Parson & Jane Frazier. In 1908 moved to Dover, Clinton County, Ohio, where he married Alice Fisher. In 1854 moved to Cherry Grove, Indiana, lived with children, and were she died in 1855.
Contributed by Gina Richardson.

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