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Adelia Prentice of Broome Co., NY


Adelia Prentice of Broome Co., NY
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Winter 2007 and Revised 7 Oct 2007

Adelia Prentice is #494 in our John-3 eBook. We are seeking information about her spouse and descendants. Here is what we have so far:

494. Adelia Prentice was b. 10 Jan 1856, in Unk., Broome, NY [1105]. Died, 24 Feb 1930, in Hillcrest, (Fenton), Broome, NY. Burial in Chenango V. Cem. Census: 1870, in Fenton, Broome, NY. Census: 1860, in Port Broome, Broome, NY. Census 1910 and 1920 in Fenton.

She married Edward/Eddie D. Frier [1106], 1878. Born, 1856, in Chenango, Broome Co., NY [1107]. He first appears in the 1860 census in Chenango as Eddie Frier, b. c. 1856, NY, son of Elisha Frier (b.c. 1821, NY) and Phebe A. Cole (b. c. 1828, NY). Elisha and Phebe were m. 23 Dec 1846 in Binghamton per IGI. We note that in the 1830 census in Canandaigua, Ontario Co. NY, there is an Elisha Frier with 2 young sons; whether he is related requires further investigation.

He appears as Eddie D. Frier in the 1880 census in Chenango as b. c. 1857,NY, with his wife, Adelia, son of his widowed mother, Phebe A. Frier, b. c. 1929, NY, as were her parents. He appears, without his wife, but with his son, Ralph, in the 1900 census in Binghamton, Broome Co., NY.

Children of Adelia and Edward:

  1. Ralph L. Frier, b. Mar 1881, NY (per 1900 census), perhaps Chenango, Broome, NY [709]. With father in 1900 census in Binghamton, NY. With mother and father in 1910 census in Fenton. With mother and brother in 1920 Fenton census. Not in 1930 census. Not in SSDI.

  2. Fred P. Frier, b. c. 1891, NY. With mother and father in 1910 census in Fenton. With mother and brother in 1920 Fenton census. Not in 1930 census. Not in SSDI.

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