Descendants of Archibald Frazer


FRAZER INTRODUCTION
JAMES FRAZER LINE

Introduction

This is the line of Frazers that many current researchers are following. In fact, this line has more researchers in it than many of my other lines. In fact, I find it interesting that some of my distant relatives that I didn't know about were researching the Frazers before the time I was born. This speaks to a long tradition of interest in the Frazer family history.

I would like to thank all those who have helped in the research, contributed and shown interest in the Frazers of Roscommon. I hope that research will continue and that improvements will be made my me or others throughout the years. I am happy to connect in this page with the Michael Fraser-Allen and Dough Waugh families as well as many others.

Generation One




1. ARCHIBALD1 FRAZER was born circa 1715.
He lived in 1749 at Aghrafinigan.
Children of Archibald1 Frazer include:

Agrafinnegan is in the Parish of Ardcarne. As Agrafinnegan appears to be the source of our earliest Frazers in Ireland, so the Ardcarne Church appears to be the headquarters for the religious life of the Frazers and is where many Frazer baptisms, marriages, funerals and burials took place. Flikr has many photos of the Ardcarne Church that are better than I could take.


Generation Two




2. ARCHIBALD2 FRAZER (Archibald1) was born circa 1743. He married Mary Lilly, daughter of Colonel (--?--) Lilly.
Children of Archibald2 Frazer and Mary Lilly were as follows:

In the Frazer research that was performed prior to 1952, this Lilly marriage was put at an earlier time. I do see that that there was a Lilly who lived at Drumdoe. According to the Landed Estates Database, "The Census of Elphin of 1749 records John Lilly as resident at Drimdoe." There was also a Colonel Lilly at the location at a later date prior to Griffith's Valuation. A map search of Drumdoe finds a beautiful location for a dwelling at the Sourthern part of Lough Arrow in Roscommon. The dwelling that currently exists is substantially improved from when Col. Lilly lived there.

It is with the birth of these 4 sons that things get interesting. Here is a depiction of the 1950's Frazer research from Doug Vaugh:

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Four Frazer Brothers as Depicted from early 1950's Research

That 1950's research was focused on the Archibald line to the right. I believe I am descended from the Philip and Richard Lines. This is because I believe that James married his first cousin Violet. James is not shown as a son of Philip in this depiction, but it seems likely that he was as a common tradition of that time was to name your eldest son after your father. Similarly, Michael Fraser-Allen is from the Richard and Archibald Lines.


Generation Three




Link to Map of Lough Key
Lough Key
3. JOHN3 FRAZER (Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1775. He was buried on 31 Jul 1809; aged 34.
Children of John3 Frazer include:

4. PHILIP3 FRAZER (Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1776.
Children of Philip3 Frazer include:

Let's pick up where the records left off during the Elphin Census of 1749. According to the 1834 Tithe Applotment, there were quite a few Frazers farming in the area. Now they are listed as being in Derrycastle and Cleragh - which means either that they moved a little bit or the Townland names became more specific at this time. Now this is 85 years later so a few generations have gone by.

The total tithed population of Derrycastle consisted of:

Name Total # of Acres L S D
John Frazer 12 � 0 7 7�
Archy Frazer 10 � 0 6 0�
Wm + Anne Frazer 13 0 7 11
George Frazer 8 � 0 5 4�
Philip Frazer 9 � 0 5 9
James Frazer 5 0 5 1
Archy Frazer of Shan 8 � 0 5 0
Widow McGrath 7 0 4 1
John Johnston 8 0 4 10

The Tithe Applotment is considered to be a census substitute. We may tell where many of the heads of households lived at this time. There were 19 Frazers listed in this 'census' in Roscommon. That is more than any other Republic of Ireland County at the time. John is difficult to determine due to the number of Johns in the area. My guess is that he is the John b. c. 1805 who married Isabella. Archy may be John's brother. William may be yet another brother. I don't know who Ann is - perhaps his mother Ann Stinson Frazer(?) Philip and James are likely the sons of Philip. Archy of Shanvoley apparenlty was from or lived in Shanvoley. I don't know if people were listed more than once in the Tithe Applotment. There is also an Archy and Alexander listed in Shanvoley in 1834. Actually they are listed as being in Bothoriagh Shanvallew Derrynamontrue. I don't know who the widow McGrath was. Lastly John Johnston was probably Jane Frazer's husband below.

In Cleragh, one Frazer was listed, but he was by far the largest land holder. He was listed under Mr. Mick Frazer & Co.


5. RICHARD3 FRAZER (Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1777. He was buried on 11 Mar 1824 at Ardcarne, Roscommon, Ireland.
Children of Richard3 Frazer include:

6. ARCHIBALD3 FRAZER (Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1778. He married Ann Stinson, daughter of Samuel Stinson.
Children of Archibald3 Frazer and Ann Stinson were as follows:

Generation Four


Frazer Lands in Roscommon

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Frazer Lands in Shanvoley, Derrycashel and Cleragh at Griffith's Valuation

As may be expected, there were many changes in the 24 years between the Tithe Applotment and Griffith's Valuation. The famine changed the life of most families. In 1834, 12 Frazers are associated with Derrycashel. In 1858, there are 2 named Frazers there.

The image to the right shows the proximity in which the Frazers lived at the time of Griffith's Valuation (1858). To the left or West is Shanvoley (referred to as Shanwilly in some of the documents), where Alexander and his son Archibald lived. In the middle of the image is Derrycashel. Archibald Johnston lived at Lot 10B in 1858. He was likely a son of John Johnston and Jane Frazer. My third great grandfather James Frazer lived at lot 12a, the Southernmost part of Derrycashel and leased bordering Lot 10 in Cleragh. The lands to the North of Archibald Johnston and James Frazer (Lot 6) were occupied by Archibald Frazer. This Archibald may have been #10 below. From him, the house appears to be transferred to Richard Frazer. This was probably Richard Paton Frazer who had children born during this period in Derrycashel.

In bordering Cleragh was the house of Archibald Junior (Lot 9). This was the Archibald that married Catherine Parker.



7. STUART4 FRAZER (John3, Archibald2, Archibald1) married Bridget Martin in 1818 at Ardcarne.
Turned Roman Catholic. He lived in 1818 at Moorfield. "Turned RC".
Children of Stuart4 Frazer and Bridget Martin were:

The Tithe Applotment shows that there was a Steward Fregar (I read Frezar) living in Coolhull (I read Coothall), Parish of Tumna, Co. Roscommon in 1833. Present day Cootehall is East of Oakport Lough.


8. ARCHIBALD4 FRAZER (John3, Archibald2, Archibald1) married Jane White on 9 Mar 1820 at Boyle Parish Church.
Children of Archibald4 Frazer and Jane White were as follows:

9. JAMES4 FRAZER (Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1804. He married Violet Frazer, daughter of Richard Frazer, on 23 Jan 1828; by license Rev Irwin. He died on 3 Jun 1885 at Derrycashil, Roscommon, Ireland. He was buried on 5 Jun 1885 at Ardcarne Cemetery, Ardcarne, Roscommon, Ireland; age 81.
He was a Farmer. He witnessed the marriage of George William Frazer and Margaret McMaster on 15 Mar 1866 at Kilmactranny, County Sligo, Ireland.
Children of James4 Frazer and Violet Frazer were as follows:
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Gravestone for Margaret, Isabella and George William Frazer at Ardcarn
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Ruins of James Frazer House in Derrycashel

James was born around 1804 based on his death records. James apparently lived in Northern Roscommon County. According to Griffith's Valuation of 1858, James Frazer held a "House, office, and land" in Derrycashel. James also leased from Viscount Lorton about 7 acres of land in Cleragh. According to family tradition, Archibald and Isabella did not marry, so the family house went to George's son George. George was able to afford the rent on the house in Ballindoon. The previous occupants could not and had been evicted. James Frazer was at his son George's wedding in 1866 along with a Thomas Acheson. Ardcarne Church records state that James and Violet died at Aughnaffinnegan. This place is about 1 kilometer South of Cleragh. James died a widower on 3 June 1885 in Derrycashil according to the civil records. The informant was A. Frazer, son. According to the church of Ardcarne records, he died at Aughnafinnegan at age 81 and was buried June 5th 1885. It is likely that they actually died at Derrycashel and the Church recorded it as Agrafinigan (current map spelling). I have noted that in the Church records Agrafinigan is often used as a generic name for this area of the Parish.

I am fortunate to have Frazer relatives living in Ballindoon who were able to show me the old Derrycashel homestead when I visited in 2004. Note the trees growing through the windows. Archibald lived there in 1887 after James. Isabella was in the house in 1897. George Frazer lived there in 1917. After that a Warren lived there in 1971. (Perhaps George Alexander Warren who married Violet Isabella Frazer .) After that a David is shown as living there in '78. Perhaps this was their son, b. 1828

The Ardcarn burial records show a William Frazer that died in "Augnafin." in 1847. This is the place where James and Violet died. William died at the age of 55 and would have been born in 1775. This means that he would have been the right age to be the uncle of James and the oldest Frazer living in the area recorded at the Ardcarne Church.


10. PHILIP4 FRAZER (Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) married Jane Johnston on 22 Nov 1818 at Kilmactranny Parish; Witnesses Edw. Johnston and Edw. Johnston. He married Mary (--?--) circa 1822.
Children of Philip4 Frazer and Jane Johnston were:
Children of Philip4 Frazer and Mary (--?--) all born at Kilmactranny Parish, Sligo, Ireland, were as follows:

The 1871 census shows a Philip Frazer 45 married to a Jane with children Philip W., Alfred, Mary, Emily, and George. Philip and the children are listed as Irish. The children were born in Ontario. The mother was born in England. They were Church of England.


11. VIOLET4 FRAZER (Richard3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1803. She married James Frazer, son of Philip Frazer, on 23 Jan 1828; by license Rev Irwin. She died on 29 Feb 1864 at Derrycastle Rough, Roscommon, Ireland. She was buried on 29 Jan 1864 at Ardcarne, Roscommon, Ireland; Residence listed as Aughnafingan; age at death: 61.
She lived in 1828 at Aghrafinigan, Roscommon, Ireland.
Children of Violet4 Frazer and James Frazer were as follows:

12. ISABELLA4 FRAZER (Richard3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1805. She married John Frazer, son of Archibald Frazer and Ann Stinson, on 14 Feb 1827 at Church of Ireland, Ardcarne. She was buried on 3 Oct 1880 at Ardcarne; aged 75.
Children of Isabella4 Frazer and John Frazer were as follows:

13. MARY4 FRAZER (Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1); Emmigrated to America was born circa 1797. She married William Johnston on 6 Apr 1815 at Ardcarne, Roscommon, Ireland.
She immigrated to the USA.
Children of Mary4 Frazer and William Johnston were:

14. ARCHIBALD4 FRAZER (Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1); of Aughnefinegan was born circa 1802. He married Catherine Parker. He died in 1863 at Shanwilly. He was buried on 19 Jan 1863 at Ardcarne; aged 61.
He was a farmer.
Children of Archibald4 Frazer and Catherine Parker were as follows:

15. JOHN4 FRAZER (Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1805. He married Isabella Frazer, daughter of Richard Frazer, on 14 Feb 1827 at Church of Ireland, Ardcarne. He was buried on 15 Jun 1861.
He was a farmer.
Children of John4 Frazer and Isabella Frazer were as follows:

16. ALEXANDER STINSON4 FRAZER (Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1); of Shanwilly was born in 1806. He married Mary Hamilton in 1834.
Children of Alexander Stinson4 Frazer and Mary Hamilton were as follows:

Generation Five




  Richard Frazer and Amelia Hassard
Richard Patterson Frazer and Ellen Amelia Hassard
17. RICHARD5 FRAZER (James4, Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was baptized on 4 Mar 1830 at Ardcarne, Roscommon, Ireland. He was born on 21 Mar 1830 at Ireland. He was baptized on 28 Mar 1830 at Kilmactranny Church, Sligo, Ireland. He married Ellen Amelia Hassard in Dec 1853.
He immigrated circa 1847 to Ellis Island, New York.
Children of Richard5 Frazer and Ellen Amelia Hassard were as follows:

The 1871 Census lists the family as Presbyterian. In the 1881 census, Richard is Church of England and the rest of the family are listed as "W Meth" (Wesleyan Methodist?). Further in 1881 ther are 2 additonal children born in Ontario: Esabele, 14 and John 7. The family is listed as Fraser in 1881.

The picture to the right was supplied from the web site of Bill Richards. Bill is a Frazer descendent living in Ontario.


George Frazer Family of Ballindoon, Sligo

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East of Lough Arrow

George Frazer moved from North Roscommon to Southeastern Sligo. Ireland is divided into provinces, counties, baronies, parishes and townlands. Townlands are small divisions averaging 350 acres in area. In 1659, there were 11 Irish living in Ballindoon. The Townland of Ballindoon is where some Frazers in the late 1800's emigrated to the US. It is located in the Connaught Province, County Sligo, Barony of Tireril, Killadoon Parish. The Ballindoon Dominican Friary was built there in 1507.

Kilmactranny is 2 miles East of the southern part of Lough Arrow and is a parish but not a townland. It is the site of an old church dating to before 1236. Killadoon and Kilmactranny are neighboring parishes. Combined with the Parish Shancoe, they make up the parochial union of Geevaugh. Both Ballindoon and Kilmactranny are in the Southeastern part of the County Sligo near Lough Arrow. Lough pronounced l�is the Irish word for Lake.

Ballindoon is located to the top left of the Figure to the right. Kilmactranny can be seen in the same Figure about 4 miles to the Southeast of Ballindoon. Other points of interest on the map are megalithic tombs, a castle, a friary, cairns and sweat houses. The dotted line represents the Roscommon County line which is not far away.


18. GEORGE WILLIAM5 FRAZER (James4, Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1838. He married Margaret McMaster, daughter of James McMaster Sr. and Fanny McMaster, on 15 Mar 1866 at Kilmactranny, County Sligo, Ireland. He died on 24 Jul 1928 at Ballindoon, Sligo, Ireland; aged 98. He was buried on 21 Jul 1928 at Ardcarne, Roscommon, Ireland.
He was a Farmer.
Children of George William5 Frazer and Margaret McMaster were as follows:

George and Margaret were married by license which was a slightly more formal way to go about it. They were married by Reverend Arthur Hyde. Much is known of him as he was the father of Douglas Hyde who became the first president of Ireland. James Frazer and his son George lived through the Potato Famine of 1845-1850. According to family tradition, they slaughtered their young calves and livestock and shared with the neighbors during the famine.

The picture above right shows the Frazer family. The children appear to be the 6 youngest of the 9: Richard, Violet, Hubert, Susan David and Edward (b. 1890).

Here are the results from the 1901 Census:
Name Surname Relation to head of Family Religious Profession Education Age Sex Occupation Marriage Where Born
George Frazer Head of Family The Church of Ireland Read + Write 64 M Farmer Married Co. Sligo
Margaret Frazer Wife " " 42 F   Married "
David Frazer Son " " 16 M Farmer's Son Not Married "
Susan Frazer Daughter " " 14 F Farmer's Daughter " "
John E. Frazer Son " " 12 M Farmer's Son " "

Margaret lived in Cuilnagleragh in the Union of Kilmactranny at the time of her marriage. Griffith's Valuation lists a James McMaster as owning land in Cloghmine (near Kilmactranny). James, Jr. and James Sr. are listed as owning land at Cuilnagleragh. There was a Fanny McMaster present at the time of her first son's birth.

Margaret is buried at the Church of Ardcarne Cemetery. The stone reads:

IN LOVING MEMORY
MARGARET FRAZER
DIED FEB 14TH 1922
AGED 74 YEARS

ISABELLA FRAZER
AGED 80 YEARS

ERECTED BY HER
HUSBAND GEORGE FRAZER
BALLINDOON
AGED 85 YEARS

The stone is unusual in that it doesn't give a death date for Isabella nor George. It would also seem unusual to have a living age on a gravestone. Also the age of George disagrees with his death certificate of 99 years in 1928.


19. ISABELLA5 FRAZER (Isabella4, Richard3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1841. She married Robert John Allen on 8 Oct 1866 at Parish Church, Kilronan, Roscommon. She died on 19 Dec 1898 at 83 St. Lawrence Road,, Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland; aged 57. She was buried at Kilronan, Roscommon.
Children of Isabella5 Frazer and Robert John Allen were as follows:

20. ANNE JANE5 FRAZER (Archibald4, Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born on 13 Dec 1828. She was baptized on 17 Dec 1828 at Kilmactranny Church, Sligo, Ireland. She married James McMaster Junior, son of Abraham McMaster and Margery (--?--), on 21 Feb 1856 at Church of Ireland, Ardcarne, Roscommon, Ireland.
Children of Anne Jane5 Frazer and James McMaster Junior were as follows:
In 1901, Anne Jane's family looked like this:

 
Townland
 
Parish
 
County
Head of household
Surname
Head of household
Given
Head of household
Occupation
Other occupants
Aghrafinigan Ardcarn Roscommon McMaster AnneJane(65) widow Annie(29) dtr./housekeeper-Abraham(25) son/carpenter/farmer

21. ALEXANDER5 FRAZER (Archibald4, Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1); remained in Ireland was born in 1831. He married Letitia Carty, daughter of James Carty, on 3 Jan 1859 at Kilbryan Church, Roscommon, Ireland. He married Elizabeth Jane Moore, daughter of Thomas Moore, on 22 Feb 1866 at Eastersnow. He died on 24 Dec 1913.
The assumption is that Alexander's first wife Letita died. He then moved South to Kilmacumsy parish where he remarried, had children and remained as a farmer. He lived in 1859 at Aughnafinnegan. He lived in 1866 at Skur, Parish of Kilmacumsy, Roscommon. He lived in 1901 at Carrowncully, Kilmacumsy, Roscommon. He left a will on 20 May 1914 at Tuam.
There were no children of Alexander5 Frazer and Letitia Carty.
Children of Alexander5 Frazer and Elizabeth Jane Moore were as follows:

22. RICHARD PATON PARKER LILLY5 FRAZER (Archibald4, Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1843 at Ireland. He married Jane Frazer, daughter of Archibald Frazer and Winifred Conlon, on 14 Dec 1863 at Church of Ireland, Ardcarne, Roscommon, Ireland. He died on 28 Nov 1915 at Glasgow; aged 72.
He was a farmer (later commercial traveller). He immigrated in 1891 to England. He immigrated in 1894 to Scotland.
Children of Richard Paton Parker Lilly5 Frazer and Jane Frazer were as follows:

23. ARCHIBALD5 FRAZER (Alexander4, Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born on 7 Aug 1838 at Shanvoley, Roscommon, Ireland. He married Fanney Little on 12 Dec 1861 at Toomna Parish, Roscommon, Ireland. He died on 22 Sep 1909 at age 71. He was buried at Toomna Church, Roscommon, Ireland.
  Archibald Frazer of Shanvoley
Archibald Frazer of Shanvoley
Children of Archibald5 Frazer and Fanney Little were as follows:

Archibald lived in Shanvoley. The map of where he lived is shown above. His grandaughter was Mabel Curtis. She did much research into the Frazers around the 1930's. It is likely that the traditions she investigated were related to Archibald and his relatives living in the area. One of those relatives living nearby was James, my third great grandfather. The photo to the right is from Doug Vaugh's web pages.


Generation Six




24. GEORGE6 FRAZER (Richard5, James4, Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born on 8 Mar 1858 at Martinsburg, New York. He married Susannah Price on 8 Feb 1882 at Sydenham, Grey, Ontario, Canada. He died on 14 Apr 1940 at Bethany, Manitoba, at age 82.
Children of George6 Frazer and Susannah Price were as follows:

25. JAMES ARCHIBALD6 FRAZER (George5, James4, Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born on 8 Jan 1867 at Ballindoon, Parish Killadoon, Co. Sligo. He was baptized on 17 Mar 1867 at Kilmactranny Church, Sligo, Ireland. He married Margaret Clark, daughter of Thomas Clarke and Jane Spratt, on 5 Oct 1892 at Boston, MA. He married Maud Alice Rayne, daughter of George Rayne and Margaret Ross, on 28 Jun 1905 at Medford, MA. He died on 2 Apr 1940 at 26 Montrose Street, Boston, at age 73. He's funeral was held at Church of the Ascension, 1906 Washington St., Roxbury, MA, on 4 Apr 1940. He was buried on 4 Apr 1940 at Forest Hills Cemetery.
His Death Certificate wrongly gives mother as Elizabeth McMaster and age 53. Wife given as Mary A. Rayne. Informant was Hubert Frazer, son [probably was actually brother]. James' birth was registered in the District of Ballyfarnon in the Union of Boyle in the Counties of Sligo of Roscommon. His birth was registered by William Frazer. He immigrated in 1887. He was a (an unknown value) in 1900. He and Margaret Clark appeared on the census of 12 Jun 1900 at 57 Westminster Street, Boston, MA. He was a Coffee & Tea Dealer in 1905. He was naturalized on 18 Oct 1905; Declaration 9 Oct 1896. He lived in 1910 at 35 Alaska Street, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He was a (an unknown value) between 1919 and 1937 at Real Estate, 381 Dudley Street, Roxbury, MA. He lived in 1920 at 71 West Cottage Street, Roxbury, MA. He lived in 1922 at 37 Clifford St., Roxbury, MA. He lived in 1937 at 26 Montrose Street, Roxbury, MA.
Children of James Archibald6 Frazer and Margaret Clark were as follows:
There were no children of James Archibald6 Frazer and Maud Alice Rayne.

26. WILLIAM6 FRAZER (George5, James4, Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born on 14 Mar 1868 at Sligo, Ireland. He was baptized on 14 Jun 1868 at Kilmactranny Church, Sligo, Ireland. He married Amanda Skoog, daughter of John O. Skoog and Elsa Benson, on 29 Nov 1910 at Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; by William L Clark, 11 Newcomb St. He was buried on 13 Apr 1950 at Kilmactranny Parish, Sligo, Ireland.
William Frazer was in America for a number of years but he came back to Ireland in 1919. He was a chef. He lived in 1911 at 60 South Main Street, Mansfield, MA. He lived in 1915 at 86 Pleasant Street, Mansfield, MA.
Children of William6 Frazer and Amanda Skoog were as follows:

27. GEORGE6 FRAZER (George5, James4, Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was baptized on 12 Oct 1879 at Kilmactranny Church, Sligo, Ireland. He married Annie Craig. He died at Derrycashel. He was buried on 29 Jul 1960 at Kilbryan church yard, Roscommon, Ireland.
Didn't emigrate to US.
Children of George6 Frazer and Annie Craig all born at Derrycashel, Roscommon, Ireland, are as follows:

28. RICHARD6 FRAZER (George5, James4, Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born circa 1875 at Ireland. He married Elizabeth Lenore Rice, daughter of Ivory Fogg Rice and Mary McCartee, on 12 May 1902 at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
He emigrated in 1899. He lived in 1908 at 396 Northampton St., Boston. He lived in 1911 at 25 Langdon St., Boston. He was naturalized in 1917. He lived in 1920 at 334 East Main Street, Marlborough, Massachusetts. He lived in 1930 at 26 Park Road, Belmont, Massachusetts. He was a hotel steward in 1930.
Children of Richard6 Frazer and Elizabeth Lenore Rice are as follows:

29. VIOLET FRANCES6 FRAZER (George5, James4, Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born on 14 Jul 1872 at Sligo, Ireland. She was baptized on 25 Aug 1872 at Kilmactranny Church, Sligo, Ireland. She married James Fairbanks.
Children of Violet Frances6 Frazer and James Fairbanks are as follows:

30. HUBERT ALEXANDER6 FRAZER (George5, James4, Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born on 6 Jan 1878 at Ireland. He married Annie McKinnon, daughter of Daniel McKinnon and Christine McRury, on 5 Jun 1917 at Medford, Massachusetts; by Clarence A. Young, Minister of the Gospel, from Boston. He died on 12 Dec 1954 at Quincy at age 76; Death Certificate wrongly gives father as James Frazer and mother as not obtainable. He was buried on 14 Dec 1954 at Mount Wollaston Cemetery.
He emigrated in 1900. He lived in 1910 at 35 Alaska Street, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He was a coffee and tea dealer between 1910 and 1917. He lived in 1920 at 71 West Cottage Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts. He was a shipbuilder in 1920. He lived in 1930 at 17 Richfield Street, Quincy, Massachusetts. He was a proprietor of a retail grocery in 1930.
Children of Hubert Alexander6 Frazer and Annie McKinnon are as follows:

31. DAVID6 FRAZER (George5, James4, Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born on 8 May 1884 at Ireland. He married Annie E. Gray. He died on 27 May 1953 at 8 Howe St., Milton, at age 69. He was buried on 29 May 1953 at Forest Hills.
He was a Grocery Clerk. Birth date from death certificate. Death was suicide by carbon monoxide inhalation at home. He lived in 1910 at 25 Langdon Street, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
Children of David6 Frazer and Annie E. Gray are:

32. JOHN EDWARD6 FRAZER (George5, James4, Philip3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born in Mar 1882 at Ireland. He was baptized on 21 May 1882 at Kilmactranny Church, Sligo, Ireland. He married Waitie Covell. He married Margaret Lillie McMaster, daughter of Hubert McMaster and Eliza Neary, on 13 Dec 1917 at Kilmactranny Church of Ireland, Sligo, Ireland. He died on 27 Mar 1970 at Marlboro, Massachusetts. He was buried on 30 Mar 1970 at Maplewood Cemetery, Marlboro.
He was a Chef, Dartmouth College. Birthdate based on age 80 from death certificate. He was also known as Edward. He also went by the name of Eddie.
There were no children of John Edward6 Frazer and Waitie Covell.
Children of John Edward6 Frazer and Margaret Lillie McMaster are:

33. ARCHIBALD6 MCMASTER (Anne5 Frazer, Archibald4, Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born on 23 Apr 1858 at Ireland. He was baptized on 30 May 1858 at Church of Ireland, Ireland. He married Mary Jane Acheson on 5 Apr 1883 at Kilmactranny Church of Ireland, Sligo, Ireland.
Children of Archibald6 McMaster and Mary Jane Acheson were as follows:

34. ABRAHAM6 MCMASTER (Anne5 Frazer, Archibald4, Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born in Apr 1869 at Roscommon, Ireland. He was baptized on 18 Jul 1869 at Kilmactranny Church of Ireland, Sligo, Ireland. He married Elizabeth Jane Johnston, daughter of William Johnston, in Dec 1901.
Children of Abraham6 McMaster and Elizabeth Jane Johnston all born at Aughrafinegan, Roscommon, are as follows:

35. EDWARD KING6 FRAZER M.D. (Archibald5, Alexander4, Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1); of Riverstown, Sligo was born on 16 Aug 1866. He married Sara Maud Haslett. He died in Aug 1919.
Children of Edward King6 Frazer M.D. and Sara Maud Haslett were as follows:

36. MARGARET LITTLE6 FRAZER (Archibald5, Alexander4, Archibald3, Archibald2, Archibald1) was born in 1868. She married George John Vaugh on 6 Jan 1888. She died on 25 Sep 1957.
Children of Margaret Little6 Frazer and George John Vaugh were:




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