Tombstone Tuesday ~ Henry C. FRIED

Henry C. Fried, Bergholz Cemetery (Photo credit: Hollie Ann Henke)
Henry C. Fried, Bergholz Cemetery (Photo credit: Hollie Ann Henke)
Henry C. Fried, Bergholz Cemetery (Photo credit: Hollie Ann Henke)
Henry C. Fried, Bergholz Cemetery (Photo credit: Hollie Ann Henke)

Tombstone Tuesday

Name: Henry C. FRIED
Birth: 31 October 1842; Hanoverton, Columbiana County, Ohio
Death: 21 July 1922; Bergholz, Jefferson County, Ohio
Parents: Unknown Father and Unknown Mother
Spouse: Mary JOHNSON, Jane WYCKOFF
Cemetery: Bergholz Cemetery, Bergholz, Ohio
Relationship to Hollie: husband of maternal 2nd great grandmother

Notes: Civil War Veteran ~ Henry appears as a seven-year-old in the 1850 Census in the household of Matthew and Elizabeth CRAWFORD, in East Township, Carroll County, Ohio. No record of his parents’ names has been found to date; however, there are eight FRIED/FREED households in Columbiana County in 1840 who may be connected. It is assumed that he was orphaned at some point.

HC Fried
Mr. & Mrs. Henry C. Fried
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