Bon Jellico Families

The Fraley Family
By Virgie Fraley Taylor, 1983


Paternal Grandparents: John Fraley and Nancy Wiley
Maternal Grandparents: Lewis Prewitt and Sarah Neal
Father: Robert Fraley
Mother: Mary Prewitt
*Albert S. Fraley
*Virginia M. Fraley married Howard E. Taylor, 3 children: Richard M, Phillip H., Judith A.
*Anna Mary Fraley married Jess Bloomer 3 children: Virginia, Patricia, Rosemary
*Robert Fraley married Lorene Sullivan 6 children: Reberd, Edna, Rachel, Tim, Mark, Araan.

    After the death of Mary Prewitt Fraley, Robert Sr. remarried and had six children: John P., Edward, William, Juanita, David, Gordon.

Memories by Virgie Fraley Taylor:
    " I first remember going peddling to Bon with my Grandpa Lewis Prewitt. Then I went with the Prewitt kids. Old Miss McCulley was the big room teacher. I remember some wonderful people who were real good to me and my sister and brother after my mother died: Mattie Brown, Mrs. Jim Stout, and Mrs. Tom Smith, Nunleys, Hinkles, Pembertons, etc. I remember a dear lady, Mrs. Copeland, who made a lot of my dresses for free."
"After my mother died my dad married Elizabeth Jones, Pleas Jones’ aunt. She was a wonderful mother to us.”

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