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Submitted: 2/25/13 • Approved: 2/25/13 • Last Updated: 8/13/15 • R158161-G158160-S3
Died Apr 6, 1835
The two broken stones are not for Frederick. Frederick's stone is the top piece laying on the ground. The other broken stone, the one leaning and standing does not match up with Frederick piece and has a different year for their death. According to the June Term of Harrison County Probate Court, Frederick's will was proven at the Jun Term in 1835.
Also at the foot of the grave is a foot stone with the initials J.B. I believe this foot stone belongs with the leaning broken stone and could be Frederick's wife, NOT PROVEN.
If anyone has knowledge of Frederick's wife please let me know.
Contributed on 2/25/13 by Schumaker4
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