Albert A. Fry and Daisey Esther Cobb Fry
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Esther Fry was a native of Jack County and married Albert Aug. 10, 1913 in the Antelope Community, ref: Lubbock Avalanche Journal, Feb 23, 1980 obit.

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Funeral services for Albert A. Fry, 76, were held last Friday at 3:30 p.m. in the Church of Christ. Gary Williams, minister, officiated. Mr. Fry, who was a retired farmer, died July 24 in the Crosbyton Hospital following a lengthy illness. He had been a resident of Spur since 1942, and came to Dickens County in 1914. He was a member of the Church of Christ.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. A. A. Fry, Spur; six sons, Thedford and Alex Fry, both of Spur; Dale Fry, Hobbs, NM; Bill Fry, Lubbock, Mack Fry, Dallas; two daughters, Mrs. Willie Smith, Spur and Mrs. Edwin Ivy, Powell, Wyoming; one brother, R.E. Fry of Texline; 18 grandchildren.

Pallbearers included A. B. Carlisle, Jay Austin, Bobby Grice, R. W. Self, Hubert Hawley and Max Alldredge.

Interment was in Red Mud Cemetery.

The Texas Spur, July 31, 1969


Funeral services for Mrs. Esther Fry, 84, were held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Spur Church of Christ; minister Randy Mashburn officiated, assisted by Rev. Norris Taylor, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Spur.

Mrs. Fry died February 22, in the Crosbyton Hospital. She married Albert A. Fry in Antelope in 1913. She came to Dickens County in 1916 and had resided in Spur since 1942. She was a member of the Church of Christ. Mr. Fry preceded her in death in 1969.

Survivors include six sons, Thedford Fry, Spur; Alex Fry, Garden City; Dale Fry, Hobbs, N.M.; A.T. Fry, Andrews; Bill Fry, Lubbock and Mack Fry, Houston; two daughters, Mrs. Willis Smith, Spur and Mrs. Edwin Ivy, Powell, Wyoming; 18 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.

Grandsons served as pallbearers. They included Sonny Fry, Mike Ivy, Steve Ivy, David Ivy, Gary Ivy and Brad Ivy.

Burial was in Red Mud Cemetery

©The Texas Spur, February, 1980


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