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Samuel Frazier
b.Abt. 1740
d.Bef. 26 September 1803 Augusta County, Virginia
  • HSamuel FrazierAbt 1740 - Bef 1803
  • WMary UnknownBef 1745 -
m. Bef. 1763
  1. James FrazierAbt 1763 -
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Name Samuel Frazier
Gender Male
Birth? Abt. 1740
Marriage Bef. 1763 Prob. Augusta County, Virginiato Mary Unknown
Death? Bef. 26 September 1803 Augusta County, Virginia

Samuel Frazier was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Will of Samuel Frazier

  • Page 303.--19th May, 1798. Samuel (mark) Frazier's will, living on waters of Christian's Creek--To wife, Mary; to 2 daughters, Jean and Ann (land adjoining Nicholas Spring); son, William; son, James. Proved, 26th September, 1803.


Records of Samuel Frazier in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 1 - DECEMBER 19, 1780. - (322) These to work on the road from Staunton to Christian's Creek, with their tithables, viz: William Lewis, Henry Moura, John Brooks, Peter Moura John Bird, James Graham, Nicholas Sprigg, Robert Russell, Mr. Hunt, Andrew Scott, Jacob Sciler, Peter Grass, John Graham, Christopher Graham, Joshua Russell, James Coursey, Thomas Scott, Wm. Burk, Robert McClenachan, Samuel Fraizer and James Hill.


Information on Samuel Frazier

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DAR memberships. Samuel Frazier, Nat. # 643348 Vol 777, born around 1740, whose first wife was Mary, had a son named James Frazier.

James Frazier, son of Samuel Frazier, was born around 1763 at Augusta, Va, and married Winniford Coursey 10 May 1785.

The Courseys were neighbors of our Frazier ancestors, according to the inquiry on GenForum. It said they were living in the Shenandoah, Long Meadows, Tinkling Springs and Cow Pasture areas from 1740-1800 and beyond. It said James Fraser, Samuel Frasure, James Coursey and Henry Gay all lived in Long Meadows.