James O Frailey 1922 death Illinois
SHELBY FARMER DIES SUDDENLY James 0. Frailey of Lake- wood Drops Dead in Orchard SHELBYVILLE, Sept. 19 James O. Frailey, a well known farmer was found dead In an orchard near his home, two and one-half miles northwest of Lakewood. at 9:30 o'clock Monday night. Dr. Roy W. Johnson, coroner, conducted an inquest at midnight, the verdict of the jury be-inir that Mr. frailev came to his death by a stroke of apoplexy. Mr. Frailey and his family had been to Heriek early in the evening and returned home about half past eight o'clock. His wife and daughter got out of the automobile and went into the house and prepared to go to bed, while Mr. Frailey was putting the car in the garage. When he did not come Into the house, Mrs. Frailey anH Viftr riaiichtep went to' search for him. Seeing his hat on the porch and hearing no response 10 men calls, they called in a neighbor. The body was found In an orchard a short distance from the house. Death had evidently been instantaneous; All of Mr. Frailey's life had been spent In. the vicinity of Herrick, where he was born on February 6, 1881. He was a son of J.'S. Frailey. His mother died September 20, 1920. Besides hiswrfe, daughter, Marie, age twelve years, and father, he leaves one sister, Mrs. Mattle Crouch, Herrick. For some time he had been operating his father's farm, near Herrick. ' Walker Funeral The funeral of Mrs. Francena Walker, who died Saturday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Phegley, near Lakewood. was held in New Hope church on Monday afternoon, the service being conducted by Rev. Ed. Bowman. Mrs. Walker was born in Ohio 79 years ago. She came to Illinois with her parents when she was sixteen years ef ago, the greater part of her life being spent in Shelby county. She was twice married, her first husband being Joseph Walker. Her second husband was John Walker, brother of Joseph Walker. Mrs. Walker was the mother of nine children. Besides her husband she leaves one daughter and three brothers, Mrs. Sam Phegley, Isaac Walker, living in Arkansas; James I. Walker, near Lakewood, and Joseph Walker, living east of Shelby ville. She is also survived by three sisters and three brothers. Mrs. Alice Jones. Shelbyville; Mrs. Mary Severe, Clarksburg; Mrs. Catherine Crout, Lakewood: Samuel Forsythe, living in Missouri: Joseph Forsythe Lake-wood; William Forsythe, St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Wajker had been an Invalid for three years, but her condition did not become critical until three weeks ago.