AARON FRAZEE A prominent farmer and influential citizen of Rush County,was born in Noble Township, this county, February 27, 1840. He was the youngest of seven children five Sons and two daughters born to James and Catharine(King) Frazee, the former a native of Mason County, Ky., and the latter a native of Bracken County KY, both of English descent. His parents were reared and married in their native State, and emigrated from that State to Rush County in about the year 1826, and located in the woods of Noble Township, where the father and mother spent the rest of their lives. Our subject was reared upon his father’s farm in this county, working upon the farm in summer and attending the district school in winter. At twenty years of age he took up
the vocation of a farmer for himself, and continued in that pursuit in Noble Township about five years. In 1862, he moved to Huntington County, this State, and located in Wayne Township, where he resided about ten years. He then returned to Rush County, and located where he now resides south of the city of Rushville. He was married September 4 1862, Sarah Brooks, who was born in Nicholas County, Ky., October in, 1837. She was the daughter of Mosely R. and Susan (Geohegan) Brooks, the former a native of Virginia, and
the latter a native of Nicholas County, KY. Her father was of English, and her mother of Scotch-Irish descent. They were married in Nicholas County, Ky.,and in about the year 1850 hey came to Rush County, and located in NobleTownship, where the parents continued to reside until the time of their deaths. Mr. and Mrs. Frazee are the parents of four children as follows:
Orietta E., born August 6, 1863; William M., born December 23, 1868, Myrta E., born September 26, 1872, and Charles A., born December 11,1875. The eldest daughter, Orietta E., was married April 24, 1884, to William W. Wilson, and resides in Noble Township. Mr. Frazee is a member of the P.& A. M. Lodge, and
a Republican in politics. He owns a handsome farm of 500 acres, about three-fourths of which is in an excellent state of cultivation. His farm is fitted up with good buildings and fences, and is altogether one of the best grain and stock farms in Rush County. He also owns a farm of eighty-two acres in NobleTownship. He is an enterprising and successful farmer and stock-raiser.
History Of Rush County Indiana, Brant & Fuller, 1888
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