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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Caroline Amelia Cramelia* Frazier: Birth: 09 Apr 1848 in Thorntown, Boone Co, Indiana. Death: Dec 9, 1934 in Marshall Co Iowa

  2. Minerva Elizabeth Frazier: Birth: 21 October 1849 in Thorntown Boone Co Indiana. Death: 14 April 1858 in Thorntown Boone Co Indiana

  3. Henry E Frazier: Birth: 21 November 1851 in Thorntown Boone Co Indiana. Death: 11 December 1880 in Thornton, Boone Co Indiana

  4. Gilbert L Frazier: Birth: 05 Aug 1854 in Thorntown, Boone Co Indiana. Death: 21 Dec 1935 in Eldora, Hardin Co Iowa

  5. Jasper Newton Frazier: Birth: 24 Dec 1856 in Thorntown, Boone Co Indiana. Death: 30 Aug 1910 in Bangor, Marshall Co Iowa

  6. Mary Oleva Frazier: Birth: 01 Mar 1859 in Thorntown, Boone Co Indiana. Death: 01 Mar 1881 in Bangor, Marshall Co Iowa

  7. Alice Blanche Frazier: Birth: 1862 in Thorntown, Boone Co Indiana. Death: 29 Apr 1869 in Thorntown, Boone Co Indiana

  8. Julia Ann Frazier: Birth: 01 Feb 1865 in Thorntown, Boone Co Indiana. Death: Bef. 1920 in Bangor, Marshall Co Iowa


Sources
1. Title:   1870 United States Federal Census
Page:   Year: 1870; Census Place: Sugar Creek, Boone, Indiana; Roll: M593_; Page: ; Image: .
Source:   S-627817458
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
2. Title:   1830 United States Federal Census
Page:   Year: 1830; Census Place: , Harrison, Indiana; Roll: ; Page: .
Source:   S-625420279
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
3. Title:   1860 United States Federal Census
Page:   Year: 1860; Census Place: Sugar Creek, Boone, Indiana; Roll: ; Page: 902; Image: 382.
Source:   S-627832179
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
4. Title:   1850 United States Federal Census
Page:   Year: 1850; Census Place: District 7, Boone, Indiana; Roll: M432_136; Page: 106B; Image: .
Source:   S-627832181
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
5. Title:   Iowa, State Census Collection, 1836-1925
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
6. Title:   1880 United States Federal Census
Page:   Year: 1880; Census Place: Bangor, Marshall, Iowa; Roll: 355; Family History Film: 1254355; Page: 6D; Enumeration District: 278; Image: 0015.
Source:   S-627817483
Author:   Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Publication:   Ancestry.com Operations Inc
7. Title:   U.S., Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1994
Source:   S-626798317
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
8. Title:   U.S., Hinshaw Index to Selected Quaker Records, 1680-1940
Source:   S-616957097
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
9. Title:   Indiana, Compiled Marriages, 1802-1892
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Ancestry.com Operations Inc

Notes
a. Note:   \tx4480\tx5040\tx5600\tx6160\tx6720\pardirnatural\f0\fs26 \cf0 \par --Buried Bangor Friend's Church Cemtary, Bangor, IA. Husband Eli Branson Frazier is buried at her feet, but his stone is down. \par --New research & information have shown that Nancy's family was living in Southern Indiana, in or near Corydon, Harrison Co IN, which is across the river from Elizabethtown, Hardin Co KY. Her father Simon Van Arsdale died 1828 as per his Harrison Co IN will. It was probably the cholera epidemic of 1832 that killed most of the rest of her family, rather than a typhoid epidemic as some descendants have claimed . Two sisters also survived, Margaret Van Arsdale & Harriet Van Arsdale. See below: \par --NEW INFO FROM EMAIL BY SUE SODEN: The following information was told to me in 1989 by Veva Sawyer Davis, great-granddaughter of Margaret Van Arsdale. Simon Van Arsdale [VanAlsdale] was born in June,1790, in Pennsylvania. Nancy Walker was born in September of that same year, in Virginia. They married, and had nine children: Julia A., William H., Harriet, Mary, Margaret, John, Alex, Martha E., and Nancy. Margaret was born in Lafayette, Indiana on February 18, 1823. Simon, his wife Nancy, and six of their nine children died while traveling by covered wagon. The family was buried along the road. The three surviving children were Harriet, Margaret, and Nancy. The little girls were let out to earn their keep.They would work very hard in the field, till blood ran down from their hands. Possibly an Aunt (D.?) help raised them. Harriet married Sam Enfield, and went on to live in Boone, Iowa. Nancy married a man named Frazier, and eventually lived in Marshalltown, Iowa." \par \par --NOTE Unfortunately there are several inaccuracies in the above account, which have now been settled by the finding of new records for this family \par \par --1830 Harrison Co IN census shows mother NANCY (WALKER) VAN ARDSALE widow with many children \par --1850 Boone Co IN census, Sugar Creek twp with husband and children \par --1860 Boone Co IN census, Sugar Creek twp with husband and children \par --1870 Boone Co IN census, Sugar Creek twp, Elizaville P.O. with husband and children \par --1880 Marshall Co Iowa census, town of Bangor, widowed with children at home \par --1885 Marshall Co Iowa state census, town of Bangor, single woman alone age 56, living next door to Amos & Ann Mendenhall and William & Mary Smith. \par --Obituary Transcribed from an unknown Iowa paper dated January 28, 1899 OBITUARY: FRAZER \par \pard\pardeftab720\sa320\cf0 Mrs. Nancy Frazer, relict of Branson Frazer, died this morning shortly after midnight, after an illness of a week with a complication of la grippe, asthma and bronchitis, at the home of her daughter Mrs. A. L.Way (\i Julia Ann Frazier Way)\i0 310 N. Fifth Ave. Mrs. Frazer was 72 years of age and an old settler of Marshall county, having resided for thirty years near Bangor, where she owned property at the time of her death. Deceased was born in Boone Co IN (\i other sources say Kentucky, but it was likely somewhere else in IN, as Boone Co didn't exist the year she was born) \i0 She leaves three children, Mrs. Way (\i Julia Ann Frazier\i0 ) of this city, Mr. J. N. Frazer (\i Jasper Newton Frazier\i0 ) of Union. Mr. C.O. Frazer (\i Curtis Otwell Frazier) \i0 of this city was a brother in law. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon from the Bangor Friends church of which the deceased was a member. Interrment following at the Bangor cemetary. \i (don't know why Cramelia Frazier Huber was excluded from this list. She was alive and living in Marshalltown at this time Possibly because she was no longer a Quaker? )}
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