Facts and Events
John Frazier was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
John Frazier is possibly a son of William Frazier and Amey Nalle. Additional research is necessary to prove any relationship.
Possible Records in Augusta County
- Page 288.--21st September. 1763. John Cravens' settlement of Robt. Cravens' estate, approved and recorded--Paid Saml. Hemphill, Ro. Cravens, Pat. and Jno. Frazier, Margaret Perkey, Pat. Given, John Stewart, Mathew Black, Wm. Minter, Jno. Brown, Wm. Cravens. Cash paid widow Mary. Cash paid John Cravens. Legacy of negro delivered to Zebulon Harrison for his 2 sons. Legacy to Elizabeth Cravens. Legacy to Robt. Black in part of his wife's legacy. (Note: possibly this John Frazier?).
- Vol. 1 - MAY, 1774 (A). - John Frazier vs. David Frazier.--Case writ, 26th February, 1773. Defendant is gone to New River. (Note: could John Frazier be suing his brother David for his portion of their father's estate?).
- MAY 18, 1780. (227) Thomas Frazier, orphan of John Frazier, to be bound to John Hunter. (Note: possibly this John Frazier?).