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Edmund Mortimer "Ned" Fry

Male 1836 - 1862


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  • Born  6 May 1836  Orange Co, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  1 Sep 1862  Manassas Junction (city), Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried  Orange Co, Virginia, USA, -Fry-Graham Cemetery Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I1783  Clarkson
    Last Modified  11 Apr 2019 

    Father  Philip Slaughter Fry,   b. 23 Apr 1801, Madison Co, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Aug 1859, Orange Co, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Pamelia Mildred Anderson,   b. 1 Feb 1810, Albemarle Co, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1872, Orange Co, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  1 Aug 1833  Stanardsville, Orange Co, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F669  Group Sheet

  • Histories
    Fry, Edmund Mortimer 'Ned'
    Fry, Edmund Mortimer "Ned"
    Edmund M Fry, who fell in the last battle, at Manassas, was the son of the late Phillip S Fry, of Orange Court House Virginia . . . Richmond Whig (Richmond, Virginia); dated 9 December 1862.

  • Notes 
    • Edmund Mortimer "Ned" Fry was born on the 3rd of May 1836 in Orange county Virginia. He was the second son of Philip Slaughter Fry and Pamelia Anderson. He grew up near Orange Court House with his family of brothers. His father died in 1859, when he was a young man, and two years later he found himself a Confederate Soldier. He and his brother Luther Conway Fry were both members of the Montpelier Guard, a volunteer militia of Orange county Virginia, that became Company A of the Thirteenth Virginia Infantry. Ned Fry died on the 1st of September 1862, probably from wounds received during the Second Battle of Manassas. He was twenty-six years old. He was buried with his parents and youngest brother at the Fry-Graham Cemetery in Orange county Virginia. His name has been carried down through several generations of the Fry family.

      1850 Census of Orange county Virginia; dwelling 370
      Phillip S Fry; 49 (1801) Virginia; clerk of the court; $2000
      Pamelia M Fry; 40 (1810) Virginia
      Phillip H Fry; 15 (1835) Virginia; student
      Edmund M Fry; 14 (1836) Virginia
      Thomas Fry; 12 (1838) Virginia
      Wiliam Fry; 8 (1842) Virginia
      Luther C Fry; 5 (1845) Virginia
      Reuben M Fry; 2 (1848) Virginia
      Maury Fry; 9.12 (1849) Virginia

      1860 Census of Orange county Virginia
      Permelia M Fry; 50 (1810) Virginia; 18575 - 8300
      Philip Fry; 26 (1834) Virginia; clerk
      Edmund Fry; 24 (1836) Virginia
      Luther Fry; 15 (1845) Virginia
      Reuben H Fry; 13 (1847) Virginia
      John M Anderson; 50 (1810) Virginia; dentist

      [Fry-] Graham Cemetery in Orange County Virginia
      Philip S Fry; born Apr 1801; died 15 Aug 1859
      A Maury Fry; born 8 Nov 1849; died 15 Nov 1858
      Edmund M Fry; born 3 May 1836; died 1 Sep 1862; 2nd Battle of Manassas
      Pamelia M Fry; born Feb 1811; died (can't read-page is cut off)

      Notes for Edmund Mortimer Fry; compiled by Pamela Hutchison Garrett, 2013; for Family Stories at pamgarrett.com.