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Carol Williams-Frager (#47124380)
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Bio Photo I have tried my best to get the right information listed on any memorials I have added to this site, but if you should see a mistake, or if I have submitted a memorial that you want to add corrections or a bio to, or if you'd like a memorial transferred, please let me know.
Most of my memorials are family, so if you are researching these lines, I'd love to hear from you!
Life is too short for drama & petty things, so laugh hard, love truly and forgive quickly. Live while you are alive. Forgive now those who made you cry. You might not get a second chance.
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David Einsel
All yours
Added by ProgBase on May 11, 2017 3:15 PM
Susan Grant
RE: Frager pictures
You're welcome! I meet the nicest people on Findagrave.
Added by Susan Grant on Mar 19, 2017 9:10 AM
RE: Isabelle James
You are welcome.
Added by KUfan on Feb 24, 2017 11:35 AM
SB ~ in ~ PH
RE: Re: Meyer
I'm so happy that I was able to help.

Added by SB ~ in ~ PH on Sep 21, 2016 8:23 PM
Inge and Patrick Campbell Sr.
Joseph Frager #115778925
Greetings Carol. The transfer of Mr. Frager has taken place. Take care and have a wonderful day. Patrick
Added by Inge and Patrick Campbell... on Sep 09, 2016 9:08 AM
Grace Younglove Hudson
RE: Wilbur Williams
Carol: I was the museum today and checked the notebook to see if the article was dated. All it said was Spokes of the hub 1950 - 1951. There are 42 Articles.
Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Sep 01, 2016 8:14 AM
Grace Younglove Hudson
RE: Wilbur Williams
I think that came from the reporter but I am not sure. I know the museum has an original copy but don't know if it has date and source. No this is not my family. I just post things when I run across them in hopes of helping someone else.
Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Sep 01, 2016 6:45 AM
Marlene Bennett
RE: David and Rebekah Williams
You're welcome! I am related to his wife Elizabeth McMillion and in my files, I have his name as James David Williams.
Added by Marlene Bennett on Aug 29, 2016 3:02 PM
RE: Jacob & Lydia Frager
The Waterloo Cemetery is the only one in the town of Waterloo. It is still owned by the city. There are many other cemeteries in Dekalb County. I would also consider Steuben County. Many people living in the the northern part of the county were buried across county lines. One of the ways you can look for other Frager's in the area is to look over on the left side of, let's say Jacob's memorial. You will see where you can click on a choice of catagories...Frager's in Wat Cem, Waterloo, DeKalb County, Indiana, Find A Grave. Might there also be any spelling variations of the surname? There often were with names of German origin. glad I could help. It's rewarding for me...I call it paying it forward for the kindnesses that other volunteers have shown me which helped find relatives on my tree. Feel free to give me a holler if you need some local legwork done!
Added by MFC on Mar 30, 2016 9:38 PM
RE: Clarence Frager
Carol...did you get through my gizillion emails? LOL! Jacob and Lydia appear to be buried in section 8 of the Waterloo cemetery. As I mentioned previously, they both died long before the Mausoleum was built. Next to them is Martha Rempis, their daughter and then Clarence. Clarence's stone was difficult to read but his first name stood out today, and I could see the initials W.W. & L.A. and the year 1880.

FYI...Martha appears to have two grave stones in two different area of the with her parents and one with her husband.
Added by MFC on Mar 30, 2016 6:23 PM
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