Born near Lowell on April 27, 1870, she was the daughter of Nathan and Noma Worley and lived in the Lowell community most of her lifetime.
Married on Sept. 5, 1887, by Rev. Ball at Crown Point, her life ended one day previous to their 64th wedding anniversary.
Survivors include her husband Frank and their nine children: Mrs. Ernest (Maudie) Ashby, of Anderson; Mrs. Merrill (Jessie) Cleaver, Lowell; Raymond Frashour, Gary; Milford Frashour, Cleo [sic], Mich.; Mrs. Arthur (Ruby) Wilson, Shelburn, Md.; Mrs. Charles (Ida) Berdine, Hebron; Mrs. Raymond (Ina) Davis, Gary; Mrs. Lawrence (Margaret) Sparks, Gary; Mrs. Arthur (Lila) Pritchard of Merrillville.
Funeral services will be held today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. in the Hebron Christian church with Minister Logan C. Dunham officiating. Interment will be in the Lowell cemetery in charge of John Eskridge of the Weaver Funeral Home.
Although this obituary lists Addie Naomi Worley Frashour's mother's name as "Noma," The Worley Family Record lists it as Melissa Stone.
The town where Milford Frashour was living at the time was actually Clio (not Cleo) Michigan.
Go to Addie Naomi Worley Frashour, "Pioneer History Index," for further information.
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