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Memoir of Col. Joshua Fry sometime professor in William and Mary college, Virginia, and Washington"s senior in command of Virginia forces, 1754, etc., etc. : with an autobiography of his son, Rev. Henry Fry, and a census of their descendants

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Published by Randolph & English in [Richmond, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fry, Joshua, -- 1700 (ca.)-1754,
  • Fry, Henry, -- 1738-1823,
  • Frye family

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby P. Slaughter
SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 81708
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination112 p.
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17020635M
LC Control Number85123648

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Joshua Fry was born in Virginia and returned to England as a young man to be educated there. Additional comments. 1. George Washington's epitaph for Col. Fry According to the Memoir of Col. Joshua Fry by Rev. P. Slaughter, George Washington carved the following epitaph into a tree over the body of Col Fry, "Under this oak lies the body of THE ?m= Fry also acted as a justice of the peace, often making decisions on minor cases from his home, Viewmont, an acre plantation bordering the Hardware river. Loyal Land Company. Like many early settlers, Joshua Fry was an extensive land holder. He did little farming, but earned a living through surveying and selling the :// About Joshua Fry (Continental Army) Lucy Gilmer FRY, b. in Albemarle County, Virginia, 23d March, , d. 27th January, , dau. of Joshua and Peachy (WALKER) FRY. Joshua FRY, b. circa , was a soldier in the War of the Revolution at 14, and was at Cornwallis' ://   Col. Joshua Fry commanded the Virginia Militia at the start of the French and Indian War, with George Washington as his second in command. After Col. Fry died [] from injuries sustained in travel to battle, Washington assumed command of the forces and “locals” say Washington encamped here [Elim] for about a month to pay tribute to Fry

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