|Birth: ||Apr. 11, 1870|
|Death: ||Jul. 14, 1888|
The sudden death of Mrs. Fannie Allen, the wife of Mr. M. R. Allen and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Frazier[sic], strikes every one as a very sad occurrence. She became suddenly sick at her home at County Line last Saturday evening about six o'clock and died in less than an hour. A physician was sent for, but she was dead when he arrived. It is supposed that she died of heart disease, though a few think it was congestion. Her remains were brought to Weimar and buried at the Odd Fellows' Rest last Sunday evening in the presence of a large number of mourning relatives and sympathizing friends, Rev. Q. T. Simpson performing the religious services. She was reared in this immediate community, where her parents, who are old settlers of the county and highly esteemed, still reside. About six months ago she married Mr. M. R. Allen and moved to County Line, her husband's home, abbot ten or twelve miles south of Weimar. Her sudden death, in the vigor of life and the bloom of early womanhood, being but eighteen years of age, touches a sympathetic cord in every heart, and strongly impresses all with the solemn fact that "in the midst of life we are in death." We had not the honor of her acquaintance, but we know from general expression that she was highly esteemed for her many good qualities by all that knew her. The bereaved husband and relatives have our warmest sympathy.
Gimlet, July 19, 1888, page 3
John Leavel Frazer (1838 - 1902)
Fannie R. Park Frazer (1846 - 1933)
James Milton Frazer (1869 - 1905)*
Fannie M. Frazer Allen (1870 - 1888)
Frank Forrest Frazer (1880 - 1951)*
Weimar Masonic Cemetery
Plot: Lot # 124; Grave Space 4
Created by: Jay Skelton
Record added: Aug 13, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40626885
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