Saturday, November 28, 2009

Cox 36 Frazer-Ripley

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36. John Milligan Frazer & 37. Rebecca Sophia Ripley [SC]


1766, Rebecca born in Charleston, SC, d/o 74. George Ripley. [Multiple “Ripley” families were associated with the 2nd Presbyterian Church.]
2/1778, St. Phillips Parish, Charleston, SC, John born s/o 72. John Frazer & 73. Martha Milligan.
3/12/1788 Rebecca [spinster] married William Eayres. (S) St. Phillip’s Church Reg. (1754-1810), Smith & Huger, 1927, P242.
1790 Census, SC, Charleston, Christ Church Parish. Wm. Airs and Rebecca have one son and 7 slaves. See CD Census Record 37-1790.
1790, Charleston City census. John identified as a house carpenter. Only the male “owner” of a house, who was 21 or older, was listed in the federal census – many more individuals are listed in the city census.
5/6/1791, John M. Frazier received medals English, writing and arithmetic, as a student in Mr Nixon’s Academy. (S) City Gazette and Daily Advr.
1794, John Fraser, inspector of customs, 9 Bedon’s Alley. (S) Charleston City Directory.
4/6/1797, John married Rebecca [widow Eiarr]. (S) St. Phillip’s Church Reg., (1754-1810), Smith & Huger, 1927, P265.
1800, (S) 1800 Census, SC, Charleston. It appears that either John or Rebecca’s mother lives with them. 1 m<16 like Rebecca’s son by William. 1 daughter does not appear. There are many “Fraser” families in the Chareston census at this time, but this is the only “John M”. See Census Record 36-1800.
1801, John Milligan Frazer, 10 Pinckney St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
2/1/1801, John held a lease from John Cochran and Louisa Durse for part of a lot on the south side of Trott St. (S) Charleston DB-D7, P381, Off. of the Reg. of Mesne Conveyances.
1802, John Milligan Frazer, House Carpenter, 26 Trott St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
10/6/1802, John witness the will of Abraham Joy, married to Susannah Bessileau78i.
1803, John Milligan Frazer, Trott St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
1806, John Milligan Frazer, 26 Trott St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
1806, Frazer, John M.; Ancient York Masons, Lodge No. 3. (S) Negrin’s Directory, and Almanac, for the year 1806. J.J. Negrin’s Press, No. 124, East Bay.
1807, John Milligan Frazer, Carpenter, 26 Trott St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
11/2/1808, John admitted as a corps member to the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society. He served as a Steward. (S) SC Historical Society, Milligan/Fraser files.
1809, J M Frazer, Carpenter, 34 Trott St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
10/2/1809, a Bill of Sale was made from William Chambers to John Milligan Frazer for the sale of a slave named Issac for $400. (S) SCDA&H, Bill of Sale V-4A, P-349.
10/13/1809, a Bill of Sale was made from John Pringle to John M Fraser for the sale of a slave named Jemmy. (S) SCDA&H, S-213003, V-4A, P-356.
1810, (S) 1810 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. The only “John M Frazer”, the number of older males make the census undercipherable. See Census Record 36-1810.
1/25/1810, John signed to be a founder of the 2nd Presbyterian Church of Charleston. (S) The Manual of the 2nd Presbyterian Church, P53. [He and other family members are buried there].
5/21/1812, John made a trust deed to Samuel Richards covering his home, slaves, … in favor of his children. [Each child is listed.] (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-Y, P276.
11/24/1812, John M Frazer a member of “Committee of Charleston citizens, petition and supporting papers asking the state to pay them for, and assume ownership of , barracks and a lot privately erected at Haddrells Point in the War of 1812”. (S) SCDA&H, S-165015, Y-1812, I-53.
4/29/1813, John M Frazer named on a judgement roll. (S) SCDA&H, L-10018, Y-1813, I-166A.
1813, Frazer, John M; Carpenter, Address: 21 Wentworth St., Charleston, SC. (S) A Directory of the City and District of Charleston, and Stranger’s Guide, for the year 1813. 1813, Folker, Joseph, Charleston, S. C., printed by G. M. Bounetheau.
1813, “Morrison, James and Mitchell King, Admors. of James Miller vs John Fraser, survivor of John Fraser, Sr. and surviving member of John Fraser And Son, Judgment Roll.” (S) SCDA&H, L-10018, Y-1813, I-139A.
11/3/1813, Frazer, John M. to Dr. Philip Prioleau, Bill Of Sale for a slave named Ceaser, about 30 or 35 years of age and a carpenter by trade. John being a carpenter probably wanted Ceaser as a helper. (S) SCDA&H, S-213003, V-4F, P-466.
11/23/1816, John mentioned in a deed. (S) SCDA&H, S-213190, V-39, P-2.
1816, Frazer, John M; Address: 41 Wentworth St., Charleston, SC. (S) Charleston Directory and Stranger’s Guide, for the year 1816.
1816, Frazer, John; Address: counting house: D’Oyley’s wharf house: 20, East Bay, Charleston, SC. (S) Charleston Directory and Stranger’s Guide, for the year 1816.
4/1818, John trustee in a “summary process”; John J Frazer witness. (S) SCDA&H, L-10068, Y-1818, I-125A. [The property at issue was 3 plantations of Samuel Richards, a printer, – note daughter Martha has the unusual female middle name Richards; and Samuel is named trustee for John’s children.]
1819, Fraser & Son, Carpenters & Boat Builders, Daniel’s Warf. His business was at 41 Wentworth St. He lived at 19 E Bay St. (S) Charleston City Directory.
1/29/1820, John gave Henry Bennett a bond. Just sum $600 and Penal Sum $1,200. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records UUUU, P262.
5/29/1820, John Milligan Frazer to his wife Rebecca Sole Dealer, John Jacob Frazer and William Milligan Frazer Trustees. Consideration $2000. Two lots on Laurens St. running back to Vernon St, leased land with a workshop facing on Laurens St., slave Rachel, and a bathing establishment. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-T, P414.
2/5/1821, (S) 1820 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. A second elderly female lives with them. 2 males under 10 should be listed. [The only other John Fraser lives in Christ Church Parish, is the right age, but his wife appears deceased and he has no male children.] See Census Record 36-1820.
1822, Daniel’s Wharf - Frazer and Sons, Carpenters & Boat Builders. (S) Charleston City Dir.
5/1823, Charleston Marine Society vs John M Fraser; Mortgage to Thomas Bennet satisfied – covered a lease of a lot in Winthrop St. No. 41 from 8/1/1818 for 12 years.. (S) SCDA&H, L-10068, Y-1823, I-220A.
5/9/1823, John borrowed money from William Cannon with the agreement that John make a trust deed to his sons John J and Wm M covering 2 lots, part of the property of the late Christopher Gasden, and his public salt water bathing house. (S) Charleston DB-F9, P455, & DB-L9, PP316&386, Off. of the Reg. of Mesne Conveyances.
5/29/1823, John renewed a trust deed to Samuel Richards covering his home, slaves, … in favor of his children. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
1823, John a Grand Steward of the Grand Lodge of Masons in SC. [A member of Charleston Lodge No. 5 which met 2nd Thursday at Seyle’s.]
5/19/1824, Frazer, John M. And Samuel Richards, Trustees For Rebecca Frazer and children to William Cannon, Bill Of Sale for a slave named George. (S) SCDA&H, S-213003, V-5A, P-178.
1825, Son William lives with John at 22 Laurens’s St. The business is located on John St., Wraggsborough Neck. (S) Charleston City Dir.
4/20/1825, John owed $8.50 at a local establishment. (S) SCDA&H, Misc. Records 5B, P129.
12/9/1826, John died intestate in Charleston, SC. “The Friends and Acquaintances of J J and Wm M Frazer and those of their late father John M Frazer, his Masonic Brethren, Members of the Charleston Mechanic and Carpenters’ Societies, are particularly invited to attend the Funeral of the latter, from his late residence East Bay, corner of Lothrop’s Wharf, This Morning, at 10 o’clock, without further invitation. (Monday, December 11.)”. “Died–On Saturday eve. 9th inst. in the 49th year of his age, Mr. John M. Frazer. He faithfully discharged his duties as Husband and Parent . . . . (Tuesday, December 12.).” (S) SC Hist. Mag., V63, P114; 1962.
1829, Rebecca Frazer (widow) on Laurens St. (S) Charleston City Dir. Her sons Charles, William, and John also live on Laurens St.
6/1829, Rebecca admitted to membership of the 2nd Presbyterian Church. (S) Church Records.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, SC, Charleston Co. Rebecca the head of the household; she had 6 slaves. Many of the persons enumerated are unidentifiable. See Census Record 37-1830.
7/16/1838, Equity bills were filed in association of the estate of John naming wife Rebecca and all children. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
1840, (S) 1840 Census, SC, Charleston Co. “Mrs R Fraser”, head of the household; she had 7 slaves. One of her daughters appears to live with her. See Census Record 37-1840.
8/16/1847, Rebecca died. “Also of Rebecca Frazer, Consort of John M. Frazer who departed this life 16th August 1847 In the 81st year of her age. Blessed are the Dead who die in the Lord.” (S) 2nd Presbyterian Church Records, P9, Charleston, SC. She is buried in the church yard.
(S) A Sketch of the History and Rules of the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society, 1901, by Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co. of Charleston.

Children of William and Rebecca: [1 son unknown drowned in early childhood]

i. Elizabeth Mary Ayres, born 1793 in Charleston, SC.
Elizabeth married Richard Cole, born in Bristol, England.
1832, “Mrs. Eliza Cole” dismissed on certificate from the 2nd Presbyterian Church.
Bef. 1837 Richard died.
(S) 1840 Census, SC, Charleston Co. Elizabeth is listed as the head of the family consisting of 4 females, 2:10-15, 1:20-30, 1:30-40.
11/28/1850, (S) 1850 Census, SC, Charleston Co., St. Phillips & St. Michaels Parish. Elizabeth lives with the “Symes” family, as does a few other people.
6/5/1860, (S) 1860 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. Elizabeth lives with her daughter Mary and her large family.
1862 Elizabeth died in Augusta, GA; buried in the Magnolia Cem. with her daughter’s family. [She has a granite marker 9 inches tall, and had only lived there 5 months].
Children: [10 children]
Mary Louisa Cole, born 5/2/1817 in Charleston, SC. (S) 1860 Census.
1/26/1837 in Hamburg, SC she married John Walter Stoy, 1810-1874.
(S) 1860 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. John a merchant; 8 children.
10/25/1898 she died in Augusta, GA; buried in the Magnolia Cem. with John.
Children: [7 girls and 3 boys.]
Isabel Augusta Stoy, 1846-1921; buried in the Magnolia Cem. with parents.

Children of John and Rebecca:

ii. John Jacob Frazer, 4/30/1798 in St. Phillips Parish, Charleston, SC.
4/30/1798 John baptized. (S) St Phillip’s Register, P265.
5/21/1812, John named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-Y, P276.
4/1818, John trustee in a “summary process”; John J Frazer witness. (S) SCDA&H, L-10068, Y-1818, I-125A.
6/21/1821 John married Sarah Townsend, d/o Stephen [died in 1799], her mother Sarah had died in 1804. (S) Reg. of St. Phillips Church, 1810-1822, Pickney, P108.
5/29/1823, John named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
12/11/1826, John named in his father’s obituary.
2/10/1827, William M Fraser and John J Fraser involved in a lawsuit. (S) SCDA&H, L-10018, Y-1827, I-145A.
10/8/1828, John Frazer is mentioned in the Augusta [GA] Chronical Newspaper. (S) Augusta Chronical Archives Index. [His brothers lived in Augusta].
1829, John J Frazer, Wood Factor, Laurens Wf. (S) Charleston City Dir. His mother, and brothers Charles & William, also live on Laurens St.
1830, (S) 1830 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston Neck. 2 sons < 5, 1 daughter <5, Sarah born 1800–1810, a female born 1780–1790 also lives with them; 6 slaves.
6/22/1833, William M Frazer and John J Frazer involved in a lawsuit. (S) SCDA&H, L-10018, Y-1833, I-423A.
8/1836, John died in Charleston; buried at St. Phillips. “On the 7th inst., Mr. John J. Frazer, in the 39th year of his age....left a widow and three children.”. (S) Marr.’s & Deaths, Charleston Obsv., 1827–1845, P115. [7/16/1838, John named in equity bills of his father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.]
Children: [note 2 sons from 1830 census and obit are not listed.]
Sarah Ann Frazer, born 5/10/1822 in Charleston.
She was baptized 6/28/1822. (S) Reg. of St. Phillips Church, 1810-1822, Pickney, P75.
~1881 she died; buried in St. Phillips Cem. “Sarah Ann Frazer, daughter of John J. and Sarah Frazer, aged 58 years and 8 mo.” (S) WPA E31, P14, Pt2.
William Scott Frazer, born 1829 in Charleston.
2/10/1855, he married Mary Ann Gadsden, born 1832 in SC, d/o Fisher Gadsden.
(S) 1860 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. No children.
John Jacob Frazer, born 1830 in Charleston.
9/17/1862, he was killed at the Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg, MD). [This was the bloodiest day of the Civil War.]
Mary H Frazer, born 1825–1830 in SC.
3/18/1844, she married 1st John C Mikell. “Married in this city on Wednesday evening 3rd inst., by the Rev. Dr. Hanckel, Mr. John C. Mikell, of Edisto Island, to Miss Mary H. Frazer, only daughter of the late J. J. Frazer, Esq.”. (S) Marr.’s & Deaths, Charleston Obsv., 1827–1845, P198.
9/24/1849, she married Dr. John Bellinger of Charleston.
Both are buried at St. Patricks Catholic Church.

iii. William Milligan Frazer ( 18), born 7/2/1800 in Charleston, SC.

iv. Charles Peronneau Frazer, born 1805 in Charleston, SC.
5/21/1812, Charles named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-Y, P276.
5/29/1823, Charles named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
1829, Charles Frazer, Wood Factor, Laurens Wf. (S) Charleston City Dir. His mother, and brothers John & William, also live on Laurens St.
1830–1831, C. P. Frazier, wood factor, Laurens St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
Charles 1st married Susan E ?, born ~1804,. (S) 2nd Presbyterian Church Records, P9.
1/12/1832 Charles admitted as the 102nd member to the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society.
1834 to 1840 Charles served as a Stewart of the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society.
1835–1836, C. P. Frazier, wood factor, Laurens St. (S) Charleston City Dir.
1/12/1837 in Charleston Susan died; “aged 33”; buried in the 2nd Presbyterian Church Cem. (S) Gravestone & WPA E33, P8.
4/17/1838 in Charleston, Charles 2nd married Hannah Pratt Raymond, born 1808 in CT. “Married on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth, Mr. Charles P. Frazer, of this city, to Miss Hannah P., youngest d/o Capt. Nap Raymond, of Brooklyn, N.Y.”. (S) Marr.’s & Deaths, Charleston Obsv., 1827–1845, P137.
1838, Charles was a male teacher of the 2nd Presbyterian Church. (S) Church Manual, P165.
7/16/1838, Charles named in equity bills of his father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
1840, (S) 1840 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. C P Frazer (Victoria House), many males and females enumerated due to the residents of the boarding house. He had 13 slaves. Nap Raymond, his father-in-law and a Revolutionary War pensioner also resided at the house.
1841, Charles placed an add in the Augusta GA City Directory for “Victoria House: No. 139 King, corner of Princess St. … Charles P Frazer”, which is described as having a dining room that was “capable of conveniently accommodating 100 persons.” (S) Augusta City Directory. [See CD.]
2/1842, Charles, of Charleston SC, an honorary member of the GA Historical Society. (S) Collections of the GA Hist. Soc., V-II, Publ. 1842, P53.
5/6/1843, Charles created a trust deed for his wife Hannah and daughter Mary covering 11 years on a low water lot where his bathing house was located. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 5-Z, P511.
9/13/1850, (S) 1850 Census, SC, Chareston Co., St Phillips & St Michaels. Charles is a “Keeper of Baths”.
1854 to 1869 Charles served as Secretary of the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society.
9/8/1855, Charles wrote a letter in support of a Dr. Smith who had been the Principal of the College of Charleston in 1792. (S) Annals of the American Pulpit, 1859, P173.
1870 to 1873 Charles served as Secretary-Treasurer of the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society.
6/20/1870, (S) 1870 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. Charles is a “collector of rents”. Hannah does not work. Daughter Mary and her children live with them. A nurse and a cook [with her daughter] also live with them.
1873 Charles died. [According to his grandaughter Eva Raymond Frazer Hughes in a letter 3/19/1943 written to C. O. Johnson, Charles and Susan are buried in the 2nd Presbyterian Church Cem., Charleston, SC; in the family lot.]
Children of Susan:
John Milligan Frazer III, born 2/19/1829 in Charleston, SC. (S) 1850 Census.
5/13/1851 he was admitted to the Charleston Ancient Artillery Society.
He married 2nd Emelia Annie Johnson.
(S) 1870 Census, Columbus, GA. He is a railroad Treasurer [probably a ticket agent], married, 1 daughter. [Also an Elder in the 1st Presbyterian Church.]
4/1906, he lived in Mexico City as Treasurer of the Mexican National Railway.
10/28/1910 he died in NYC; buried in Linwood Cem., Columbus, GA, lot 41.
Edward Laurens Frazer, born 12/17/1832 in Charleston, SC. (S) 1850 Census.
9/27/1851, he died after falling from a horse; buried in the 2nd Presbyterian Church Cem., Plot 42; “Aged 18 years 10 months 10 days.” (S) WPA, E33, P7. [The inscription mentions parents, a brother and a sister.]
Children of Hannah:
Mary Geraldine Frazer, born 1838 in Charleston, SC.
3/21/1860, she married William Norton Hughes [1827–1872], born in Philadelphia, PA. (S) Baptist Marriages and Deaths, SC, 1835-1865, P94.
(S) 1870 Census, SC, Charleston Co., Charleston. Unmarried, 4 children.
She married 2nd William Harall [died 8/6/1877.]
Child: Eva Raymond Frazer Hughes – published lineage back to John of Scotland in 1907.
Victoria Alexina Frazer, born 2/1840 in Charleston, SC.
8/15/1842, she died; buried in the 2nd Presbyterian Church Cem; “Daughter of C.P. and H.P. Frazer Aged 2 year and 6 months.” (S) WPA, E33, P8.

v. John Milligan Frazer II, born 1807 in Charleston, SC.

iv. Mary Ann Frazer, born 1809 in Charleston, SC.
5/21/1812, Mary named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-Y, P276.
5/29/1823, Mary named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
1/21/1826, Mary 1st married William Crosby; died 1837 in Montgomery, AL. (S) SCDA&H, S-108092, R29, F1.
(S) 1830 Census, SC, Colleton, St. Bartholomews. “Wm Crosby” born 1870–1880, Mary born 1790–1800; no children.
Mary moved to Washington-on-the-Brazos in TX to live her brother-in-law, Col. J. J. Crosby.
7/16/1838, Mary [and Wm.] named in equity bills of her father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
4/10/1839, Mary 2nd married Major Henry R Cartmell. [2 daughters, 1 son].
Mary died in Washington Co., TX.
Children:
Josiah Frazer Crosby, born 1/3/1829 in Charleston, SC.
(S) 1850 Census, TX, Washington Co. He is an attorney.
8/30/1856 in Austin, Travis Co., TX, he married 2nd Josephine Bremond, born 1839 in PA.
(S) 1880 Census, TX, Harris Co., Houston. Josphine has 8 children & 4 servants.
1/3/1904, he died in Houston, TX.

vii. Martha Richards Frazer, born ~1811 in Charleston, SC.
5/21/1812, Mary named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-Y, P276.
5/29/1823, Mary named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
1824, Martha danced with the Marquis de Lafayette when he made a visit to Charleston. (S) Rememberance letter of Bettie Matthews, 9/26/1949 when she was 80 years old, sent to Owen Johnson.
11/8/1827, Martha married Capt. George Osborne, mariner, born in MA.
7/1/1828, Martha’s brother William gave a $224 mortgage to George Osborne. (S) SCDA&H, Misc. Records 5F, P74.
7/16/1838, Martha and George named in equity bills of her father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
They moved to Williston, Barnwell Co., SC.
Children: [3 sons]
George Osborne Jr, born 1846 in SC.
CSA: Co. I, 11th Regt., SC Inf.
He married Mary C ?. [died in 7/6/1873.]
1877–1878, he was Commissioner of Barnwell Co., SC.
1/26/1882 he died; both buried in St John’s Episcopal Church, Charleston.
Charles Frazer Osborne, born 1851 in SC.
He married Angeline ?, born 1857 in SC.
(S) 1880 Census, SC, Barnwell Co., Williston. 1 daughter.

viii. James Laurens Frazer, born 11/18/1813 in Charleston, SC.
2/20/1814, James baptized. (S) 2nd Presbyterian Church Records.
5/29/1823, James named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
James married Elizabeth Martha Mitchell, born 1817, d/o James.
9/21/1836, Elizabeth died at age 19 in Charleston; buried in the 2nd Presbyterian Church Cem.
1837, James moved to Augusta, GA where his brother William had moved.
7/16/1838, James named in equity bills of his father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
(S) 1840 Census, GA, Richmond Co., Augusta. “J L” is single.
1841, James is a Director of the Bank of Augusta. (S) Augusta City Directory, P28. His address is given as “coffeehouse, Broad, opposite Mechanics Bank”. [See CD Misc Graphics.]
1844 James died. “Died at the U.S. Hotel, Augusta, Ga., on Wednesday 21st ult., Mr. James Laurence Frazer, in the 31st year of his age, a native of this city, but for several years past a resident of that state.” (S) Marriages and Deaths, Charleston Observer, 1827–1845, P202. According to Charles Owen Johnson, the US Hotel in Augusta, GA was owned by the Frazer family.
Children:
Henry Laurens Frazier, born ? in Charleston.
He married his 1st cousin Emiline Maria Frazier18v, d/o William.
[See Emiline for more info.]

ix. George Ripley Frazer, 5/2/1817 in Charleston, SC.
6/20/1817 George christened. (S) 2nd Presbyterian Church Records.
5/29/1823, George named as a child of John in a trust deed. (S) SCDA&H, Misc Records 4-E, P384.
7/16/1838, George named in equity bills of his father. (S) SCDA&H, Equity Bills 81&82.
1/1843, in Augusta, GA, George signed the marriage bond for his sister Susannah.
~1845 In Macon, GA he married Malvina C ? [Jackson], born 1820 in GA. (S) Marriages and Deaths, Charleston Observer, 1827–1845, P199.
8/16/1850, (S) 1850 Census, GA, Richmond Co. George is a clerk. Malvina’s son James Jackson lives with them. They have 2 children.
Bet. Aug. and Nov. they moved to Dekalb Co., GA., appearing a 2nd time in the 1850 census.
11/14/1850, (S) 1850 Census, GA, Dekalb Co. George is a clerk. Malvina’s son James Jackson lives with them. They have 2 children.
6/9/1860, (S) 1850 Census, GA, Glynn Co., Brunswick. George is a printer, and recently remarried to a widow, Amanda Readdick [McConn], born 1825 in GA, who had a lot of money.
CSA: George R Frazer, Bvt 2nd Lieutenant, Capt. Harris Independent Co., Brunswick Rifles, GA Infantry. [He enlisted in Brunswick GA.]
6/7/1870, (S) 1870 Census, GA, GLynn Co., Brunswick. George is an auctioneer. He has land valued at $5000 and a personal estate of $1000.
Bef. 1880 George died; buried in Oak Grove Cem., Brunswick, GA. [Amanda and daughter Melvina live alone in the 1880 census.]
10/20/1907, Amanda died; buried with George.
Children of Malvina:
Elizabeth Frazer, born 1846 in GA. (S) 1850 Census.
Malvina Frazer, born 2/1850 in GA. (S) 1850 Census.
Children of Amanda:
Melvina Amanda Frazer, born 1864 in GA. (S) 1870, 1880 Census.
She married Charles Black.
1953, she died in Savannah, GA; buried in Oak Grove Cem., Brunswick, GA. Her death certificated identifies her mother as Amanda Readdick.

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