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William Doniphan Frazee

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William Doniphan Frazee

Birth
Kentucky, USA
Death
17 Aug 1912 (aged 68)
Okolona, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, USA
Burial
Okolona, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, USA Add to Map
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Served in Company E, 2nd Kentucky Infantry



W.D. Frazee died in this city Saturday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jesse Dawson, after an illness of several months.

His remains were laid to rest Sunday morning in the I.O.O.F. cemetery with the honors of a Mason and a Confederate veteran. Funeral services were conducted by Presiding Elder J.E. Cunningham. Judge Frazee was a native of Kentucky, but spent most of his life in this city, where he enjoyed a large law practice until his appointment to the office of U.S. district attorney for the northern district of Mississippi, by President Taft, when he moved to Oxford as his official residence. Three daughters survive him.

Okolona Messenger, August 22, 1912.

Served in Company E, 2nd Kentucky Infantry



W.D. Frazee died in this city Saturday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jesse Dawson, after an illness of several months.

His remains were laid to rest Sunday morning in the I.O.O.F. cemetery with the honors of a Mason and a Confederate veteran. Funeral services were conducted by Presiding Elder J.E. Cunningham. Judge Frazee was a native of Kentucky, but spent most of his life in this city, where he enjoyed a large law practice until his appointment to the office of U.S. district attorney for the northern district of Mississippi, by President Taft, when he moved to Oxford as his official residence. Three daughters survive him.

Okolona Messenger, August 22, 1912.



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