|Birth: ||Aug. 9, 1862|
|Death: ||Dec. 31, 1935|
District of Columbia
District Of Columbia, USA
Born in Missouri, the son of Sarah Wood and Dr. Silas W. Frye, William married Jennie King on August 1, 1883.
Raised in Kansas, Will Frye and his brother Frank were the founders of the Parsons Palladium newspaper, the first issue of which appeared on February 24, 1883. From February to October, 1886, his father-in-law, George S. King, had charge of the editorial department; followed by Will taking over the editorial work for some time. On June 1, 1889 Frank Frye purchased the interest of his brother in the establishment and became sole editor and proprietor. During this time, Will was also the Parsons, Labette County, Kansas city clerk from May 1885 to April 1887. October 6, 1885 saw Will as the secretary to the Democratic County Convention held in Oswego.
Sometime after 1890 Will, Jennie and their three eldest children moved to Washington DC and added three more children to their family. In the nation's capital he worked for the U.S. Government, initially as a clerk and then as a printer. They retired to the Florida sunshine in the 1930's, where Will quietly passed at the age of 73.
Silas Wilson Frye (1818 - 1891)
Sarah Wood Frye (1827 - 1913)
Virginia Campbell King Frye (1861 - 1939)
Mabel Frye Buell (1888 - 1975)*
Bernard Campbell Frye (1900 - 1959)*
Amanda V Frye (1852 - 1891)*
William Wood Frye (1862 - 1935)
George Westfall Frye (1865 - 1909)*
FRYE / WILLIAM WOOD 1862 - 1935 / AND WIFE / VIRGINIA KING FRYE / 1862 - 1939
Chestnut Grove Cemetery
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Originally Created by: Audrey
Record added: Jun 20, 2007
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