Boston: Frazier family gathers in Tappahannock

Members of the Frazier family met for their annual Christmas get together with Stan and Michele Frazier Williams at their home in Tappahannock on Saturday, Jan. 2.

Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Frazier of Boston; Mr. and Mrs. Chriss Frazier and Venissa of Castleton; Mrs. Alvin Atkins of Sperryville; Mrs. Holtzman Frazier of Fredericksburg; Mrs. and Mrs. Michael Fraizer and Alex and Brenda Frazier of Culpeper; James Frazier of Spotsylvania; Mr. and Mrs. Doug Dotz of Port Republic, Md and also Stan’s parents; Mr. and Mrs. Williams and son, Jimmie.

To his many friends in our area, who might not know; Elder Nelson Pettit, 80 years of age and retired Regular Baptist Minister of Broadway passed away on Sunday night, Dec. 27.

Our prayers continue for the recovery of Mrs. Hazel Dodson; mother of Rev. Steve Dodson, here in Boston; while shopping in Pennsylvania had the miss fortune to fall and break her leg.

Congratulations to Thomas Pendleton who has graduated from Savannah College of Arts and Designs.
Mrs. Cindy Heflin and son, Jacob, long time residents of our area are moving to Culpeper.

Belated birthday wishes go out to Cecil Printz of Jackson House; Josh Cubbage; Cindy Heflin; Kathy Kreyling; Brian Frazier and Melissa Gray.

Wishes for happy birthdays go out to Mike Meredith on Friday; Cathy Printz on Saturday, Josh Reese on Sunday; and closing with Kindall Peyton, today – and may each one be granted many more.

Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shelvy Frazier were; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wharton of Woodville; Mrs. Marvin Burke of Rochelle; Joseph. Lorie and Madison Peregory of Amissville and Joe Peregory and daughter, Jennifer.

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