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Anna Belle Jones Frazier
Widow of Prominent Anamosan Dies in Oskaloosa
Funeral service for Mrs. Anna Jones Frazier, 74, who died early Monday in Oskaloosa at the home of a daughter, Mrs. K. L. Johnston, was held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Smykil Funeral home.
She was the widow of George B. Frazier, Anamosa banker, and mother of Wright S. Frazier, Anamosa attorney.
Rev. H. E. Dalrymple, pastor of the Congregational church, officiated at the service and burial was in Riverside cemetery.
Pallbearers were M. C. Crispin, Dr. B. F. Erb, Dr. A. N. Trevarthen, A. L. Remley, Warren J. Rees, and Leigh Pearson.
Mrs. Frazier was born Jan. 24, 1867, at Brooklyn, Iowa, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. U. C. Jones. Later the familymoved to Breda where her father practiced medicine. She was graduated from the Breda high school and taught three years before her marriage to Mr. Frazier in 1892.
After her marriage, the family home was made in Oklahoma and later at Nevada, Iowa, where Mr. Frazier engaged in the banking business.
In 1914 he purchased the controlling stock of the Niles and Watters Savings bank and the family moved to Anamosa. After his death, Mrs. Frazier went to Oskaloosa to make her home with her daughter.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Johnston, Oskaloosa, and Marguerite Moore, Des Moines; a son, Wright S. Frazier, Anamosa; a twin sister, Mrs. Ida Wilson, and another sister, Miss Lotta L. Jones, both of Breda.

Submitted by: Emily Terrell.
Source: Anamosa Journal, 24 April 1941

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