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|Richard Wayne Fraser
||Mansfield, Texas 76063
||Jun 09, 2002
|Richard Wayne Fraser family line:
Richard W Fraser (b5/24/45 d) & Jacqueline (Jaci) Lee Roller (b2/7/49 d)
William Plumlee Fraser(b1/26/08 d) & Lillian Mary Lena Hayden (b9/7/09 d24/4/84)
William Benjamin Fraser (Bud)(b17/6/1864d16/12/1923) & Mary Magdalene Margie Ogden (b13/7/1871d3/3/1970)
1st wife was Frances Louisa Hines (b5/4/1865d20/10/1896)
ch. Frances or (Fanny) was Edgar(b9/2/1890d2/11/1953) & Captola(b28/6/1892 d6/9/1979)
Lewis Hipkins Fraser(7/1/1821d9/41915) & Mary Jane Dulin (French)(b13/7/1832 d16/2/1908)
William Alexander Fraser Jr.(b3/31787d/2/21856) & Sarah Hipkins (Irish)(b12/2/1791 d28/6/1854)
William Alexander Fraser Sr.(25/11/1750dNov1825orMay1826) & Maria Magdalena (Mary) Reintzel (b1763d1820) (German)
Daniel Fraser in Scotland(b1727d1752Virginia) & Mary Beall (English)(bca1730d?)
Mary Beall (fa.John Beall)Fraser remarried Mr. Harrison after 1752 in Virginia)
> Daniel had attended Edinburgh University in Scotland and he spoke
> three languages. Daniel fled Scotland (1743? To Virginia) fearing for his life after
> British victory in Battle of Cullodon or Culloden.
Thomas Fraser(b & Sibyella MacLoed (Scotish in Scotland)
Frasers below may have been these people listed?: Information taken from v:
Fraser of Lovot > http://www.baronage.co.uk/bphtm-03/fraser03.html
Thomas Fraser of Beaufort, de jure 10th Lord Fraser of Lovat, m
Sibylla (d Jun 1682), 4th dtr of Ian Mor Macleod of Macleod, 16th Chief.
Thomas' brother was Simon Fraser the 12th lord of Lovat in Scotland
Hugh Fraser 7th Lord of Lovat (b1752d1636) Scotland m Isabel Wemyss m1614 (b d)
Hugh Fraser the 7th Lord of Lovat ?? Not sure?
Hugh Fraser, 7th Lord Fraser of Lovat, b 1592, m 1614 Isabel (d
> 1636) dtr of Sir John Wemyss of Wemyss by his 2nd wife Mary dtr of
> James Stewart, 1st Lord Doune, and d 16 Feb 1646 having had issue:
Simon Fraser 6th Lord of Lovat (b ca1569 d) Katherine Mackenzie (b d May 1593)
Katherine Mackenzie married Simon Fraser 6th lord of Lovat in 1589.
…Simon Fraser, 6th Lord Fraser of Lovat, Sheriff of Inverness, b ca
> 1569, m 1589 as his 1st wife Katherine (d May 1593) dtr of Sir Colin
> Mackenzie of Kintail by Barbara dtr of John Grant of Grant and
Ø Freuchie and had issue:…
…Hugh Uisdean Ruadh Fraser 5th Lord Of Lovat …
…> The heir:
> Hugh Uisdean Ruadh Fraser(b d), 5th Lord Fraser of Lovat, m 24 Dec 1567
> Elizabeth Stewart (John Stewart?)(who m 2nd 1578 Robert Stuart [previously Bishop of
> Caithness], Earl of Lennox and subsequently Earl of March [but
> divorced him for impotency], and m 3rd 1581 James Stewart, Earl of
> Arran) dtr of John Stewart, 4th Earl of Atholl by his wife Elizabeth
> dtr of George Gordon, 4th Earl of Huntly, and d 1 Jan 1576/7 leaving…
Alexander Fraser 4th Lord Of Lovat(b d) & wife? Janet Campbell(b d)
Janet (who m 2ndly
> Donald McDonald of Sleat) dtr of Sir John Campbell of Cawdor, 3rd son
> of Archibald Campbell, 2nd Earl of Argyll, and d at Iona Dec 1557
> having had issue:
> ..A1 Hugh [see below]
> ..A2 Thomas Fraser of Knockie and 1st of Strichen [see separate
> ..A3 James Fraser of Ardachy mand had issue
Ø ..a1. Anne Fraser m John Fraser of Dalcross.
Hugh Fraser (b d) &
Thomas Fraser (b d) &
Hugh Fraser (b d) 1st Lord Of Lovat
LaFrasliere: Frasers came to Scotland around the 1100 from Anjou, France, and their names may have been LaFraseliere or LaFrazeliere.
…The early lines of descent are uncertain, owing to the destruction
> of so many charters during the wars of independence, and the line
> given here down to Hugh Fraser, the 1st Lord Fraser of Lovat,
> remains to some extent speculative. Readers cross-referencing to
> other records should be aware that many previous writers, not
> understanding the difference between the feudal title 'Lord of
> Lovat' and the peerage title 'Lord Fraser of Lovat' (or 'Lord Lovat'
> as it is commonly used since the creation of the new title of Baron
> Lovat of Lovat), have muddled their numbering of the succession.
> (The difference is explained in the essay on feudal titles.) Further
> uncertainty was created by the forfeit and subsequent restoration of
> the honours, as described below, and by the creation in the
> nineteenth century of that additional United Kingdom peerage title
> of Baron Lovat of Lovat. (All the editions of Burke's Peerage up to
> and including 1970 have the Lovat entry hopelessly confused.
> Researchers using that book should read the essay explaining the
> Lovat errors.)
> The Gaelic name for the Chief of the Frasers of Lovat, MacShimi
> (written sometimes as Mac Simi and sometimes as MacShimidh) means > son of Simon, and this Simon is believed to be the Simon Fraser of
> Brotherton who married the eventual heiress of the Lovat lands
> previously held by Sir David Grahame of Lovat and, earlier, by the
> Byssets. The Beaufort lands of the Byssets were reunited with the
> Lovat lands when their eventual heiress, Janet de Fenton, married into the Frasers in 1425…
> The third son of Andrew Fraser, Sheriff of Stirling, by Beatrix:
> Simon Fraser of Brotherton, Knight, Sheriff of Kincardine 1317, 1st…
(NOTE SEE FRASERS OF LOVAT http://www.baronage.co.uk/bphtm-03/fraser03.html FOR FULL DETAILS) Go to this web site by clicking online.
Fraser of Lovat http://www.baronage.co.uk/bphtm-03/fraser03.html
Ø …The first of the Scottish family of Fraser appeared in the Borders
> during the 12th century. Their history can be accessed in a separate
> file which continues their story to the point where the ancestry of
> the Frasers of Philorth and the Frasers of Lovat divides…
. I was told the
>Frasers came to Scotland around the 1100 from Anjou, France, and their names may have been LaFraseliere or LaFrazeliere.
I NEED HELP TRACING MY FAMILY . **
***ANY HELP IS APPRECITED *** Thanks!
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