GEORGE W. FRAZIER               GRAVESTONE PHOTO                      

The Toronto Republican, Thursday, March 30, 1911, Pg. 1

Vol. XXIX, No. 9

 

Obituary.

 

  FRAZIERóGeorge W. was born in Janeville, Ohio, March 1, 1845, and died in Toronto, Kansas, March 21, 1911, age 69 years and 21 days.  He sailed from New York to San Francisco in í61, when he enlisted in the 2nd California Cavalry and served until the end of the war.  When mustered out he settled at Malcolm, Iowa.  Here he was united in marriage to Alma Brown, September 26, 1868.  The next year he journeyed to Butler county, Kansas, and took up a homestead near El Dorado.  In 1871 he moved to Eureka, Kansas, and lived there until 1878 when he removed, by wagon to Canon City, Colorado, living there until 1883 when he again returned to Eureka, Kansas; where he was engaged in blacksmithing until he moved to his farm.  In 1908; he sold the farm and moved to Toronto, Kansas, where he lived at the time of his death.  He leaves a wife, a brother, Al Frazier, of Eureka, Kansas, and four children, Mrs. Wm. Steele and Geo. B. Frazier, of Toronto, Kans. H. V. Frazier, of Hanna, Utah, and Mrs. A. J. Dixon, of Springfield, Mo., and nine grandchildren to mourn his death.

  To our neighbors and friends we wish to express our deepest thanks for your help and sympathy in our recent and sudden bereavement.

                                                            Mrs. Alma Frazier,

                                                            Mrs. And Mrs. A. J. Dixon,

                                                            H. V. Frazier,

                                                            Mr. And Mrs. Geo. B. Frazier,

                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steele.