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 William Henry Frizzell

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William Henry Frizzell

Birth
New Hampshire, USA
Death
20 Jan 1916 (aged 75)
Grand Island, Hall County, Nebraska, USA
Burial
Grand Island, Hall County, Nebraska, USA
Plot
Row 11
Memorial ID
39915218 View Source

Grand Island (Nebraska) Daily Independent
Saturday, 22 January 1916, page 6
Obituary.
A double funeral service was held at the Soldiers and Sailors Home Friday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. One body was that of a man, an old soldier of the Home, and the other was that of Mrs. George W. Green, the wife of an old Soldier who has recently been living just south of the Home. The services were conducted by Rev. F. H. Jackson, pastor of the First Baptist church of Grand Island. The music was furnished by the choir of the chapel and at the close the Ladies of the Relief Corps read the burial service of their order over the body of Mrs. Green and the G. A. R. rendered the ritual of that order over the body of Mr. Fezell. Both were laid to rest in the Home cemetery north of the city. Mr. Fezell had no relatives at the funeral and though he had lived near Grand Island for some time, little seemed to be known of his life outside his soldiers record which shows a faithful service for eighteen months during the Civil war.
Contributor: diaNEB (47466150)
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Grand Island (Nebraska) Daily Independent
Saturday, 22 January 1916, page 7
"Soldiers' Home Notes"
William H. Frazzelli (sic), late of company B, Third Massachuesetts cavalry, was admitted to the Grand Island Soldiers' and Sailors' Home on March 11, 1902, and passed away Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Before entering the Home, the deceased was a farmer of Hall county. The remains of Mr. Frazzelli and Mrs. Green were laid to rest in the Home cemetery Friday afternoon, January 21.
Contributor: diaNEB (47466150)
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Contributed by Amy:
His middle name was Henry. He was born in NH, died in Grand Island. Son of Rodolphus Frizzell & Harriet Webber. Brother of Charles, Amos, Martha, Eliza, and Polly.

Grand Island (Nebraska) Daily Independent
Saturday, 22 January 1916, page 6
Obituary.
A double funeral service was held at the Soldiers and Sailors Home Friday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. One body was that of a man, an old soldier of the Home, and the other was that of Mrs. George W. Green, the wife of an old Soldier who has recently been living just south of the Home. The services were conducted by Rev. F. H. Jackson, pastor of the First Baptist church of Grand Island. The music was furnished by the choir of the chapel and at the close the Ladies of the Relief Corps read the burial service of their order over the body of Mrs. Green and the G. A. R. rendered the ritual of that order over the body of Mr. Fezell. Both were laid to rest in the Home cemetery north of the city. Mr. Fezell had no relatives at the funeral and though he had lived near Grand Island for some time, little seemed to be known of his life outside his soldiers record which shows a faithful service for eighteen months during the Civil war.
Contributor: diaNEB (47466150)
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Grand Island (Nebraska) Daily Independent
Saturday, 22 January 1916, page 7
"Soldiers' Home Notes"
William H. Frazzelli (sic), late of company B, Third Massachuesetts cavalry, was admitted to the Grand Island Soldiers' and Sailors' Home on March 11, 1902, and passed away Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Before entering the Home, the deceased was a farmer of Hall county. The remains of Mr. Frazzelli and Mrs. Green were laid to rest in the Home cemetery Friday afternoon, January 21.
Contributor: diaNEB (47466150)
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Contributed by Amy:
His middle name was Henry. He was born in NH, died in Grand Island. Son of Rodolphus Frizzell & Harriet Webber. Brother of Charles, Amos, Martha, Eliza, and Polly.


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Wm. H. Frizzell
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