Kathy (Bradshaw) Frazier

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Kathy (Bradshaw) Frazier
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Kathy (Bradshaw) Frazier was born into the Bradshaw family and married into the Frazier family. She was born to Eula Bradshaw, with sibling Deborah. She died in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Kathy (Bradshaw) Frazier
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Kathy Frazier died in Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee United States
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Kathy Frazier died in Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee United States
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Oct 14, 1933 - May 23, 1992 1933 - 1992

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Unknown - Nov 8, 2012 ? - 2012

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Kathy (Bradshaw) Frazier died in Johnson City, Tennessee. She was born to Eula Bradshaw, with sibling Deborah.

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