|Birth: ||Nov., 1848|
|Death: ||Apr. 7, 1909|
Louis, Jr. was born to Louis William Frey, Sr. in Pennsylvania. His mother's name is still unknown at this time. His sister, Elizabeth (Betty) Frey Simpson was also born in Pennsylvania. His brother, James William Frey was born in Maries County, MO. His father came to America from Alsace Lorraine in 1847 on the ship, The Kate Hunter.
He married Mary Ramey August 15, 1880 in Maries County.
A newspaper clipping from the Carthage Democrat newspaper states that he was a member of the IOOF lodge.
His funeral was at Frey home in Kendricktown at 10 am. Rev. Stephen A. Northrop, pastor of the Baptist Church conducted the services. Pallbearers: J. C. Burch, J. P. McCormick, George Shelton, Jerry Taylor, Clint Swartz and W. T. Beattle.
Louis and Mary lived in Kendricktown for 16 years - Louis died at home in Kendricktown. He had pneumonia for 10 days prior to death.
Interment was in Park Cemetary. There is no tombstone for Louis or Mary. The burial site is a 20 x 20 family lot enclosed within a concrete border. Other family members in plot - Cora Olive Frey, Henry Frey, Manda C. Frey, Clyde Goddard, Ella Goddard (Mrs. Clyde). There is a tall monument in the center with the names of Henry, Cora and Manda engraved. The plot is in Block 1 Lot 6; Carthage, Missouri southeast part of Park Cemetery. This is on the left as you enter the cemetery, down the first walking lane on the left.
He was a blacksmith at the Carthage Quarry.
Mary L. Ramey Mitchell (1859 - 1934)*
Raymond Frey (1896 - 1960)*
Plot: Block 1 Lot 6
Created by: Janet Todd Frey
Record added: Dec 11, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 62806547
"Under a spreading chestnut tree, The village smithy stands: The smith, a mighty man is he, With large and sinewy hands; And the muscles of his brawny arms Are strong as iron bands." ~Longfellow—The Village Blacksmith.|
Added: Aug. 29, 2016
Rest In Peace|
Added: May. 13, 2012