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From: "Jim Peacock" <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Frazier and Stanley
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2012 15:17:19 -0500
Have you checked Hinshaw's Volume 1 of Encyclopedia of American Quaker
Genealogy? Pages 540 and 572 show Frazier and Stanley surnames. For
example on page 572, on 1792,12,29. "Susanna Frazier (form Stanley) dis
mou." In other words she was disowned from the New Garden Monthly Meeting
for marring a non-Quaker.
There are Fraziers in Randolph County, Indiana, that have some of the same
first names that are in the Frazier ancestry. I do not have the connection,
but back go as far as Aaron Frazier, born Jan 1883, who married Minnie
Sheppard, b. 1864. There must be a connection.
[mailto:] On Behalf Of Dale Harguess
Sent: Tuesday, January 03, 2012 5:10 PM
Subject: [Q-R] Frazier and Stanley
O.K. I am going to try to take one more stab at this one. Has anyone in
the group ever seen any references in any Quaker book (other than the
Fraizer Book) giving parents for a Francis Henry Frazier who married and
Elizabeth Stanley and the parents of Elizabeth? The only place I have ever
seen anything about this couple was in a Frazier book and it does not match
what the Stanley Family Association book has.
Supposedly an Elizabeth (Betsy) Stanley married a Francis Henry Frazier and
also supposedly she had two sister's named Sussanah and Margery who
supposedly married Francis Henry Frazier's two brothers?
I cannot find anything to support any of this. Is there anyone out there
who can help? I am thinking that they weren't even Quakers as the book
Dale in California
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