Thomas Francis1

M, b. 26 March 1884, d. 10 August 1964
      and is buried in Bellefontaine Cemetery, St Louis, Missouri.2 Thomas Francis was born on 26 March 1884.1 He married Erie Adelaida Primrose Shaw, daughter of James Fitzwilliam Shaw and Louisa Henrietta Primrose Sewell, on 3 August 1951 in Clayton, St. Louis, Missouri.1 Thomas Francis died on 10 August 1964 at the age of 80.2

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002.
  2. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 9280834."

Henry Francklyn1

M, b. 24 June 1692, d. 13 July 1725
     Henry Francklyn was born on 24 June 1692.1 He married Hannah Cooper, daughter of Thomas Cooper and Mehitable Minot, on 24 May 1722 in Boston, Massachusetts.1 Henry Francklyn died on 13 July 1725 at the age of 33.1

Citations

  1. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 44 p. 54.

Lois Alberta Frankenburg1

F, b. 6 May 1918, d. November 1982
     Lois Alberta Frankenburg was born on 6 May 1918.2 She married Harold Leroy Sewall, son of Edward Ellsworth Sewall and Mary Helen Hutnik, on 27 May 1939.1 Lois Alberta Frankenburg died in November 1982 in New Castle, Pennsylvania, at the age of 64.2

Citations

  1. [S205] Newspaper, New Castle News on-line, 7 April 2008.
  2. [S210] Social Security Death Index.

Benjamin Franklin1

M, b. 17 January 1706, d. 17 April 1790
     Benjamin Franklin was born on 17 January 1706 in in a house in Milk Street, opposite the Old South Church, Boston, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Josiah Franklin and Abiah Folger.1 Benjamin Franklin died on 17 April 1790 in in his own house, Philadelphia, at the age of 84 of an abcess in the lungs.1

Citations

  1. [S20] Various editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Vol. 11, p.24-30.

Josiah Franklin1

M
     Josiah Franklin married Abiah Folger.1

Child of Josiah Franklin and Abiah Folger

Citations

  1. [S20] Various editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Vol. 11, p.24.
  2. [S20] Various editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Vol. 11, p.24-30.

Redburga of the Franks ?1

F
     Redburga of the Franks ? married Egbert King of Wessex,, son of Ealhmund King of Kent.

Child of Redburga of the Franks ? and Egbert King of Wessex,

Citations

  1. [S147] Alison Weir, Britain's Royal Families, p. 4.

Sir Matthew Kendal St. John Franks MD1

M, b. 8 February 1851, d. May 1920
     SIR KENDAL FRANKS. C.B., M.D., F.R.C.S.I. The death of Sir Kendal Franks at Johannesburg, which has been announced in the public press, will cause much sorrow and regret amongst his many - and he had very many - friends both in the United Kingdom and in South Africa. Kendal Mathew St. John Franks was born on February 8th, 1851, at Jerpoint Hill, co. Kilkenny, and was the fourth son of Robert F. Franks and Henrietta, daughter of the Right Hon. Charles Kendal Bushe, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland. He was a distinguished graduate of the University of Dublin, in which he obtained first-class honours in mathematics and a scholarship. As a medical undergraduate he was also awarded a gold medal by the Dublin Pathological Society for an essay on " Injuries and diseases of articular cartilage." Ho graduated A.B. in 1872, M.B. 1873, and M.D. in 1876. He took out the licence of the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, in 1875, and the Fellowship in 1879, and held the position of senior demonstrator of anatomy in the school attached to the College for some years. Shortly after graduation he was appointed Surgeon to the Throat and Ear Hospital, and subsequently to the Adelaide Hospital, of which he was for some years tho senior surgeon. He was also an examiner in surgery in the University of Dublin, and consulting medical officer to the London and North-Western Railway in Dublin. He was an able surgeon and brilliant operator as well as a popular teacher, and soon gained a large and profitable private practice. During the viceroyalty of the Marquis of Zetland he was appointed surgeon-in-ordinary to the Lord Lieutenant. He was a fellow of many medical and other learned societies, including the Royal Medico-Chirurgical Society, and was a member of the Surgical Council of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland. He was the author of many valuable contributions to medical literature, including an article on "Movable kidney" in the Twentieth Century Practice of Medicine, vol. ix; on "Cholecystotomy" and on "Cases of enterectomy and enterorrhaphy" in the Transactions of tho Royal Academy of Medicine, Ireland (1889-1893).
He married in 1879 Charlotte Selina, daughter of Richard Greene, Esq; she died in 1881. In 1885 he married Gertrude Jane, daughter of Lieut. Colonel Bromhead Butt, 79th Regiment; She died in 1896, leaving three sons and one daughter. In 1906 he was elected vice-presidont of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, but in the same year, and before he had been long in office, he determined, in consequence of the serious ill health of his wife, to emigrate to South Africa. There he rapidly developed a large consulting practice and was appointed honorary consulting surgeon to the Johannesburg Hospital. During the South African war he was appointed consulting surgeon to H.M. Forces, and for his conspicuous services was thrice mentioned in dispatches and in 1900 received the C.B. He was knighted in 1904. Sir Kendal Franks was remarkable not only for his professional attainments but also for his broad mental culture and artistic taste; his skill as an artist in water-colour, which he inherited from his mother, was of no mean order. But he especially excelled in those social qualities which endeared him to so many devoted friends - a genial optimism and extraordinary enthusiasm even in trifling matters, and never-failing sympathy. He was indeed a man. W.J.S. in The British Medical Journal, 1920 p. 723.2 Sir Matthew Kendal St. John Franks MD was born on 8 February 1851 in Jerpoint Hill, co. Kilkenny.2 He was the son of Robert F. Franks and Henrietta Bushe.2 Sir Matthew Kendal St. John Franks MD married firstly Charlotte Selina Greene on 3 September 1879 in Monkstown Church, co. Dublin.2,3 Sir Matthew Kendal St. John Franks MD married secondly Gertrude Jane Butt, daughter of Colonel Thomas Bromhead Butt and Geraldine May Sewell, on 23 December 1885 in St. Phillip's, Earl's Court, London, (Duff p. 91 notes she died unmarried.)1,4 Sir Matthew Kendal St. John Franks MD died in May 1920 in Johannesburg at the age of 69.

Citations

  1. [S120] Free BMD.
  2. [S205] Newspaper, The British Medical Journal, 1920, p. 723.
  3. [S205] Newspaper, The Pall Mall Gazette (London, England), Friday, September 5, 1879.
  4. [S117] The Times Newspaper, Dec 24, 1885.

Robert F. Franks1

M
     Robert F. Franks married Henrietta Bushe.1

Child of Robert F. Franks and Henrietta Bushe

Citations

  1. [S205] Newspaper, The British Medical Journal, 1920, p. 723.

Roy A. Franzen1

M, b. 14 June 1915, d. 2 August 1999
     Roy A. Franzen was born on 14 June 1915.1 He married Fern Louise Sewall, daughter of Charles David Sewall and Ellen Louise Johnson.2 Roy A. Franzen died on 2 August 1999 in Hennepin County, Minnesota, at the age of 84.1

Citations

  1. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 110659962."
  2. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 125924250."

Alexander Fraser1

M, b. 24 August 1824, d. 23 October 1882
     Alexander Fraser was born on 24 August 1824 in Inverness.1,2 He was the son of John Fraser and Lillias Fraser.1 Alexander Fraser was baptised on 18 September 1824 at Inverness by the Rev. Robert Findlater; witnesses were Rev. Alexander Stewart (of Cromarty) and George Fraser (convenor.)2 He married Mary Mead Torrance, daughter of Benjamin Torrance and Mary Mead, say 1849.2 Alexander Fraser died on 23 October 1882 in Canada at the age of 58.2 He was buried in Cobourg Union Cemetery, Hamilton Twp., Northumberland County, Ontario.2

Children of Alexander Fraser and Mary Mead Torrance

Citations

  1. [S191] Donald Fraser, Autobiography.
  2. [S432] Marie Fraser, Communications from Marie Fraser.
  3. [S525] Clarence Monroe Burton and William Stocking, City of Detroit, Vol. 4, p. 588.

Alexander Fraser

M
     Alexander Fraser married Annabella Munro.

Child of Alexander Fraser and Annabella Munro

Alexander Fraser1

M
     Alexander Fraser was the son of John Edward Fraser and Anna Sexton.1

Citations

  1. [S432] Marie Fraser, Communications from Marie Fraser.

Rev. Dr. Alexander Fraser1

M, b. circa 1750, d. 13 January 1802
     Rev. Dr. Alexander Fraser. Minister of Kirkhill.1 He was born circa 1750. He was the son of Rev. Donald Fraser.1 Rev. Dr. Alexander Fraser married Isabella Fraser, daughter of Colonel Alexander Fraser of Culduthel and Lilias Chisholm.1 Rev. Dr. Alexander Fraser died on 13 January 1802.2

Child of Rev. Dr. Alexander Fraser and Isabella Fraser

Citations

  1. [S431] Alexander Mackenzie, History of the Frasers of Lovat, p. 587.
  2. [S611] Donald Sage, Memorabilia domestica, p. 62.

Colonel Alexander Fraser of Culduthel1

M
     Colonel Alexander Fraser of Culduthel married Lilias Chisholm.1

Child of Colonel Alexander Fraser of Culduthel and Lilias Chisholm

Citations

  1. [S431] Alexander Mackenzie, History of the Frasers of Lovat, p. 586.

Alfred Fraser1

M, b. 8 January 1901, d. 8 January 1901
     Alfred Fraser died on 8 January 1901 in Queensland.2 He was born on 8 January 1901 in Queensland.1 He was the son of Alfred William Fraser and Clara Phillips.1

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922.
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, Australia Death Index, 1787-1985.

Alfred William Fraser1

M, b. 11 September 1863, d. March 1946
     Alfred William Fraser was born on 11 September 1863 in the Free High Church Manse, Inverness, Scotland; at 10 a.m.2 He was the son of Rev. Donald Fraser D.D. and Theresa Eliza Isabella Gordon.1 Alfred William Fraser appears on the census of 4 April 1881 at 3 Cambridge Square, London.3 He married Clara Phillips, daughter of Jacob Aaron Phillips and Sarah Matthews Newton, on 31 October 1894 in Queensland.4,5 On 20 September 1921 in the notice of the engagement of his daughter Queenie he is described as being of Kartum and 21 Lexham Gardens, Kensington.
Mackenzie describes him as an engineer in Queensland. In 1898 he is named as an executor in the will of Charles William Maillar Munro and is described a s a railway inspector of Main Range Camp.6,7,8,9
In May 1923 Fraser travelled from Port Said and landed at Plymouth from the P&O steamship Nagoya. He was listed as being in the Sudan Government Service.10 He was probably the Alfred William Fraser aged 82 whose death was registered in the quarter ending March 1946 in the Paddington, London registration district.11

Children of Alfred William Fraser and Clara Phillips

Citations

  1. [S12] Christopher John Rees, CJR family tree.
  2. [S205] Newspaper, The Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh, Scotland), Wednesday, September 16, 1863.
  3. [S50] British Census 1881.
  4. [S232] Ancestry.com, Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1949.
  5. [S205] Newspaper, The Queenslander, 24 November 1894.
  6. [S117] The Times Newspaper, Sep 20, 1921.
  7. [S431] Alexander Mackenzie, History of the Frasers of Lovat, p. 588.
  8. [S205] Newspaper, The Queenslander, Saturday 10 September 1898.
  9. [S205] Newspaper, The Queenslander, Saturday 26 November 1898.
  10. [S232] Ancestry.com, UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960.
  11. [S120] Free BMD.
  12. [S197] David Griffith, Communication from David Griffith.
  13. [S232] Ancestry.com, Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922.

Alice Mead Fraser1

F, b. 13 June 1866
     Alice Mead Fraser was born on 13 June 1866 (though the 1901 Census gives the year as 1867.)1,2 She was the daughter of Alexander Fraser and Mary Mead Torrance.1 Alice Mead Fraser married Dr. Henry Raymond Casgrain circa 1892.1

Citations

  1. [S432] Marie Fraser, Communications from Marie Fraser.
  2. [S226] 1901 Canadian Census.

Amy Millicent Fraser1

F, b. 19 March 1863, d. 23 February 1924
     Amy Millicent Fraser was born on 19 March 1863.1 She was the daughter of Alexander Fraser and Mary Mead Torrance.1 Amy Millicent Fraser married Theodore Arnold Haultain, son of Major Gen. Francis Mitchell Haultain and Isabella Thomas, on 23 June 1886 in Detroit, Michigan.1 Amy Millicent Fraser died on 23 February 1924 in St. George's Hospital, London, at the age of 60.2

Children of Amy Millicent Fraser and Theodore Arnold Haultain

Citations

  1. [S432] Marie Fraser, Communications from Marie Fraser.
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1861-1941.
  3. [S118] Theodore Graham Haultain and Joan Haultain & Maynard, Margaret Stanley, The Haultain family tree 1689-2000, p. 221.

Annabella Fraser

F, d. 19 September 1823
     Annabella Fraser was the daughter of John Fraser and Lillias Fraser. Annabella Fraser died on 19 September 1823 in Inverness.

Annabella Jane Fraser1

F, b. 27 December 1864, d. 1927
     Annabella Jane Fraser was born on 27 December 1864.1 She was the daughter of Alexander Fraser and Mary Mead Torrance.1 Annabella Jane Fraser married Herbert Barber Walker circa 1890.1 Annabella Jane Fraser died in 1927.1

Children of Annabella Jane Fraser and Herbert Barber Walker

Citations

  1. [S432] Marie Fraser, Communications from Marie Fraser.
  2. [S226] 1901 Canadian Census.

Sir Bruce Donald Fraser K.C.B.1

M, b. 18 November 1910, d. 22 August 1993
     Sir Bruce Donald Fraser K.C.B.. Comptroller and Auditor-General, Exchequer and Audit Department, 1966–1971. He was born on 18 November 1910.2 He was the son of Major-General Sir Theodore Fraser K.C.B., C.S.I., C.M.G. and Constance Ruth Stevenson. Sir Bruce Donald Fraser K.C.B. married Audrey Croslegh, daughter of Lt.-Col. E.L. Croslegh, on 12 May 1939 in St.Michael's Church, Chester Square, London, The Rev. W.H. Elliott officiated, assisted by the Rev. W.R. Flex.2,3 Sir Bruce Donald Fraser K.C.B. died on 22 August 1993 in Cardiganshire at the age of 82.4

Children of Sir Bruce Donald Fraser K.C.B. and Audrey Croslegh

Citations

  1. [S197] David Griffith, Communication from David Griffith.
  2. [S198] Unknown author, Who's Who, 1980 edition.
  3. [S117] The Times Newspaper, May 13, 1939.
  4. [S198] Unknown author, Who's Who, FRASER, Sir Bruce (Donald), Who Was Who, A & C Black, 1920–2008; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2007.

Caroline Ruth Leigh Fraser1

F, b. circa 1948, d. 9 April 1977
     Caroline Ruth Leigh Fraser was born circa 1948.1 She was the daughter of Sir Bruce Donald Fraser K.C.B. and Audrey Croslegh.2 Caroline Ruth Leigh Fraser died on 9 April 1977 in France in a car accident.2,1

Citations

  1. [S117] The Times Newspaper, Apr 14, 1977.
  2. [S197] David Griffith, Communication from David Griffith.

Rev. Donald Fraser1

M

Child of Rev. Donald Fraser

Citations

  1. [S431] Alexander Mackenzie, History of the Frasers of Lovat, p. 587.

Rev. Donald Fraser D.D.

M, b. 15 January 1826, d. 12 February 1892
     Rev. Donald Fraser D.D.. Free Church Minister and author.1 He was born on 15 January 1826 in Inverness.2,3 He was the son of John Fraser and Lillias Fraser.3 Rev. Donald Fraser D.D. was baptised on 11 February 1826 at Inverness by the Rev. Robert Finlater. James Monro and George Fraser were witnesses. He married Theresa Eliza Isabella Gordon, daughter of Maj. Gen. Alexander Gordon R.E. and Zébée Anne Rose Touzi, on 28 April 1853 in Kingston, Canada, the service was conducted by the Rev. R.V. Rogers an Episcopal (Church of England) Minister.4,1,5 In a 1876 conveyance the address of Donald Fraser and his wife Theresa Isabella was given as at 20 Powis Square, Bayswater. Rev. Donald Fraser D.D. died on 12 February 1892 in 3 Cambridge Square, Hyde-park, London, at the age of 66 of pneumonia.2,6 He was buried on 19 February 1892 in Chapel Yard Cemetery, Inverness.
We announce with regret the death of Dr. Donald Fraser, minister of the Marylebone Presbyterian Church, which took place at his residence, 3, Cambridge Square on Friday night, after an illness which lasted only four days. Dr. Fraser was born at Inverness, where his father filled the office of Provost, on January 15, 1826. He was educated at the University of Aberdeen, and afterwards studied divinity at Knox College, Toronto, and the New College, Edinburgh. In 1851 he accepted the charge of a church at Montreal, becoming eight years later minister of the congregation of the Free High Church, Inverness. In 1870 he came to London on a call from the Marylebone Presbyterian Church, and has since taken a leading part in the Presbyterian Church of England, having been twice Moderator of the Synod. Yesterday morning, long before the beginning of the service, Marylebone Presbyterian Church, 'Upper George Street, Bryanston Square, was crowded in every part, the announcement in Saturday morning's papers that the pastor, the Rev. Dr. Donald Fraser, would occupy the pulpit tho following forenoon, and the report of his sudden death in the evening journals, being, no doubt, instrumental in attracting such immense attendance. Before the service began Mr. Cecil Robertson, one of the deacons, who was accompanied by Dr. Renton, MP., and other prominent members of the congregation, broke the intelligence of their minister's sudden and unexpected death, Dr. Fraser, he said, died en Friday night, at 10 o'clock, of pneumonia after an illness of only four days' duration. On Sunday last he occupied the pulpit in that church as usual, and no later than Monday he occupied the choir at the annual business meeting of the congregation. Dr. Fraser was for 23 years the minister of that church. His fame was in all the churches, and everywhere he was honoured and revered; but they who know him intimately and had constant intercourse with him regarded him with deep, warm, ardent affection. The funeral would take place at Inverness on Saturday next; the mortal remains of their beloved minister would be brought to that church on Thursday, when a memorial service would be held. An appropriate service then followed, with a short address from a Canadian clergyman, the Rev. Mr. Hamilton (who was a personal friend of the deceased minister nearly years ago in Montreal). In the evening the Rev. Dr. Matthews, of Toronto, and secretary of the Pan-Presbyterian Alliance, preached to a numerous congregation. The late Dr. Fraser was unanimously elected at tho last sederunt of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of England to represent the London churches at the Great Synod to be held in Toronto this year.

At the close of his sermon in the City Temple yesterday morning, Dr. Parker spoke of the event as follows:- I have heard that Dr. Donald Fraser is dead. When will this ruthless sword, invisible, tremendous in action, cease, and give us rest awhile, lest our poverty become too painful? That sword has already wrought grievous desolation in the churches. Man after man has fallen, some go suddenly; especially in the last case for I hear that Dr. Fraser who was ill only some four days. Is it possible that some of us can only be four days off the grave? Can we be arrested, imprisoned, driven into the nameless darkness in four little days? Surely the lesson is: Work while it is called day, for the night cometh wherein no man can work. Dr. Donald Fraser has been long in London. He has been one of the most conspicuous ornaments of the Presbyterian Church in England. He was passionately devoted to the holy ministry. If now and again he came into other fields, they were collateral and not alien grounds into which he came that he might fight some battle for righteousness and liberty. In theology he was intensely orthodox; in preaching he was vigorous, varied, eloquent, practical, and most Useful. As a leader of his Church he was always to the front, wise, progressive without being rash, and strong in his very cautiousness. We cannot allow such a man to disappear in silence. We owe something to holy memories. Our recollections of this kind should be amongst our chief treasures. What a call we have had this year of desolation to the younger ministers to prepare themselves for filling great vacancies, to he baptised for the dead, to be ready to take the places of the standard-bearer. Yet of the future I have no fear. The Church is God's, not ours. He will find the leaders, the men of valour, the men needful for the present occasion and opportunity. Not one of us is indispensable to God. Yet, looking within narrow and social and fraternal lines, how poor we are made by same deaths; the air has changed its temperature, the earth has taken upon it a look of strangeness, the very ground once so familiar seems now not to care for our trespass. To outlive your generation, to become a stranger amongst the multiplied millions of earth - O this would be a penalty, this would be one of the cruel judgments of fate! I sympathize with our bereaved friends, men who gather around vacant pulpits and wonder when the familiar figure will be there. God help us to work, to love, to suffer, if need be! This is the day of splendid opportunity.6,3
               
He was educated at the University of Aberdeen (M.A., 1842, D.D., 1872), and studied divinity at Knox College, Toronto, and New College, Edinburgh. He was ordained in 1851 a minister of the Presbyterian Church in Canada and from 1851 to 1859 he was minister of the Coté St. Presbyterian Church in Montreal. He then accepted a charge in Inverness and in 1870 he became minister of Marylebone Presbyterian Church in London.6

Children of Rev. Donald Fraser D.D. and Theresa Eliza Isabella Gordon

Citations

  1. [S91] Www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, Parish Records Index (1553-1854).
  2. [S105] [Bell], Bell Family Papers, Bell Birthday Book.
  3. [S191] Donald Fraser, Autobiography.
  4. [S205] Newspaper, Quebec Morning Chronicle, Tuesday, 3 May 1853.
  5. [S191] Donald Fraser, Autobiography, p. 27.
  6. [S117] The Times Newspaper, Monday, Feb 15, 1892.
  7. [S197] David Griffith, Communication from David Griffith.
  8. [S12] Christopher John Rees, CJR family tree.
  9. [S50] British Census 1881.

Col. Donald Gordon Fraser1,2

M, b. 18 February 1902, d. November 1975
     Col. Donald Gordon Fraser was born on 18 February 1902 in Monmouthshire.3,2 He was the son of Ernest Gordon Fraser and Florence Ellen King.1 Col. Donald Gordon Fraser died in November 1975 in Rockfield, Monmouthshire, at the age of 73.3

Citations

  1. [S197] David Griffith, Communication from David Griffith.
  2. [S120] Free BMD.
  3. [S232] Ancestry.com, England & Wales, Death Index: 1916-2005.

Rev. Donald Fraser M.A.1

M, b. 13 January 1783, d. 12 July 1836
     Rev. Donald Fraser M.A. was born on 13 January 1783.2 He was the son of Rev. Dr. Alexander Fraser and Isabella Fraser.3 Rev. Donald Fraser M.A. was baptised on 14 June 1783 at Inverness.4 He was appointed in 1802, minister of the parish at Kirkhill, near Inverness.1 He married Jane Gordon, daughter of Peter Gordon of Borlum and Mary Grant, on 2 November 1802.3,2 Rev. Donald Fraser M.A. died on 12 July 1836 at the age of 53 "Mr Fraser attended a funeral at Kiltarlity, and was returning home in a gig driven by a boy, when the horse stumbled, and he was thrown from his seat. Mr Fraser did not seem to be seriously hurt, but he grew worse during the afternoon, and expired the same evening at eleven o’clock. He had burst a blood vessel. "The deceased was a highly popular clergyman, of great talent, learning, and eloquence, and of accomplished manners. There was scarcely a pulpit within the wide circle of the Northern Counties in which his virtues were not eulogised last Sunday, in language which came from the heart, and awakened kindred emotion on the part of the congregation." "From the "Inverness Courier," 20 July 1836.5,6

Children of Rev. Donald Fraser M.A. and Jane Gordon

Citations

  1. [S191] Donald Fraser, Autobiography.
  2. [S432] Marie Fraser, Communications from Marie Fraser.
  3. [S431] Alexander Mackenzie, History of the Frasers of Lovat, p. 587.
  4. [S89] Family Search, Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950.
  5. [S205] Newspaper, Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh, Scotland), Saturday, July 16, 1836.
  6. [S34] Unverified internet information, http://www.electricscotland.com/history/highlands/2no12.htm
  7. [S205] Newspaper, Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh, Scotland), Saturday, April 4, 1840.
  8. [S205] Newspaper, Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh, Scotland), Monday, January 7, 1850.
  9. [S191] Donald Fraser, Autobiography, p. 7.

Donald William Fraser1

M, d. 16 August 1979
     Donald William Fraser died on 16 August 1979 in Lethbridge.1

Child of Donald William Fraser

Citations

  1. [S205] Newspaper, Medicine Hat News, August 18, 1979.

Edith Constance Fraser

F, b. 1868, d. 24 January 1900
     Edith Constance Fraser was born in 1868.1 She was the daughter of Alexander Fraser and Mary Mead Torrance. Edith Constance Fraser died on 24 January 1900 in 57 Pitt Street, Windsor, Ontario, spinster.2

Citations

  1. [S432] Marie Fraser, Communications from Marie Fraser.
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada Deaths, 1869-1934. Essex, 1900.

Edward Ellice Fraser1

M, b. 1842, d. 24 August 1852
     Edward Ellice Fraser was born in 1842. He was the son of John Fraser and Selina Torrance.1 Edward Ellice Fraser died on 24 August 1852 in Saint-Georges-de-Cacouna.1 He was buried in London, Ontario.1

Citations

  1. [S191] Donald Fraser, Autobiography, p. 26.

Edward Gordon Fraser1

M, b. 25 July 1855, d. 31 July 1855
     Edward Gordon Fraser was born on 25 July 1855.1 He was the son of Rev. Donald Fraser D.D. and Theresa Eliza Isabella Gordon.1 Edward Gordon Fraser died on 31 July 1855 of convulsions.2 He was buried on 1 August 1855 in Erskine Presbyterian Church.

Citations

  1. [S197] David Griffith, Communication from David Griffith.
  2. [S191] Donald Fraser, Autobiography, p. 27.