Micajah Frazier and Susan
War pension claim of Micager Frazier, who married Susan Hamilton, of Amherst
Co., VA, probably shows that she was a sister of the Revolutionary War
soldier, James Hamilton. The statements made by Susan
Hamilton Frazier in her widow's claim for
a pension parallel those made by James Hamilton, the soldier.
The said Micager
Frazier was born in Albemarle Co., VA, December 26, 1763. When a youth
he moved to Amherst Co., VA, and while living in that county he enlisted
about 1780. He states that one year after his service he moved to Wilkes
Co., NC, where he remained two years, during which time he went to Amherst
Co., VA, and married. Then he moved to Pittsylvania Co., VA, where he remained
about 3 years, and then moved to the western part of Virginia on Sandy
River, and about twelve months later moved to Jackson Co., MO.
NOTE: He was in
Russell Co., VA in 1797, according to a deposition of John Wellman, who
states: "In the year 1797, or thereabouts, Micager Frazier and his wife,
Susan Frazier removed into the county of Russell and settled near this
later moved from Missouri back to Kentucky, and died in Lawrence Co., KY,
November 8, 1843.
Now James Hamilton
says in his Rev. War Pension application that he was born in Orange Co.,
VA, in 1757, and moved to Amherst Co., VA, when 15 years of age, (1772).
Susan Hamilton Frazier said she moved from Orange Co., VA to Amherst Co.,
VA, when about 12 years of age. In her application for a widow's pension
she gives two conflicting ages. In 1846 she stated she was 89 years of
age, which would place her birth in 1757, the same year James was born.
In 1848 she gave her age as 95, which would place her birth in 1753, the
same as Micager Frazier's birth year. 1753 is probably close to her birth
Frazier's Revolutionary War
(Micager Frazier and Susan
Wayne Co. News, Wayne Co.,
Obtaining a pension
from the War Department involves a tremendous amount of red tape. It was
true for veterans of WWI, the Civil War and far more so for the veterans
of the Revolution from which the United States emerged as a Nation.
It was even more
difficult for Micajah and Susan Hamilton Frazeur -the first Frazeur in
the county who moved into the Fort Gay area about 1800, to establish a
pension claim for his services in the Rev. War.
First the war department
had no record of his service. Second his discharge papers had been destroyed
by fire. Third he didn't file his claim until a half century had passed.
Fourth his comrades in arms had either died or scattered over the growing
nation. Fifth he was illiterate.
However, after presenting
his claim two or three times, securing depositions from those few veterans
who were with him during the war he finally received a pension for 18 months
service during which time he was at the surrender
of Lord Cornwallis. The pension amounted
to $60 a year.
Both Mr. and Mrs.
Frazeur were in their late 80s when the pension was finally approved. In
1843, Mr. Frazeur died, and his widow then 89, ran into more difficulty
when she could produce no written record of their marriage.
As the marriage
had been celebrated in Virginia before court records were kept (error),
and she had lost her marriage certificate years before, Mrs. Frazeur had
to secure depositions from county residents establishing her marriage before
she could receive a pension as a Revolutionary War veterans' widow.
Portions of these
pension claims, including statements from Mr. Frazeur concerning his war
record, his wife, concerning their marriage and depositions concerning
their statements are taken from the files of the National
Archives at Washington, DC and include:
State of Missouri,
County of Jackson,
On this the second
day of May in the year of our Lord, 1836, personally appeared before the
County Court of Jackson County, Micager Frazeur, a resident of Rock Creek
in the County of Jackson and State of Missouri, aged
82 years who being first duly sworn on his
oath made the following statement in order to obtain the benefits of the
provisions made by the Act of Congress passed June 7, 1832.
I, Micager Frazeur
of Rock Creek, Jackson County, State of Missouri, was born the 25th day
of December, 1753, in the county of Albemarle, VA, and when a youth moved
to Amherst Co., VA, where I grew up and was drafted into the service of
the United States and marched to Albemarle Barracks under Captain Richard
Ballinger, which place was commanded by Colonel Taylor, where I remained
one month and was discharged and returned to Amherst Co. Not long after
I returned home, I enlisted under Benjamin Taliferro for 18 months and
marched under command of Captain Samuel Cabell from Amherst Co. down James
River by Richmond to Williamsburg where he joined General Marques De Lafayette
who was engaged in battle by the British and the morning when the British
left in their vessels down the river.
Shortly after we
got to Williamsburg several companies of us went under command of Major
Willis Cabell down to Amelia County to Hood's Fort, which was commanded
at that time by Colonel Dabney. I also saw Major Hardiman there and at
different times I saw Colonel Merriweather and General Lafayette. We were
marching to the Flowery Hundred then back to Hood's Fort, then to the Flowery
Hundred, etc. Before the expiration of my time, I was taken sick with yellow
fever, and was very ill, and a relative of mine procured a furlough from
General Lafayette for me and took me home, where I remained until I recovered
and not long afterward I was drafted for 60 days and marched from Amherst
County under Captain Dawson to Williamsburg and to Hood's Fort and to the
Flowery Hundred and was under Colonel Dabney; and at the end of 60 days
I was discharged and returned home. And after that I was drafted again
for 3 months and I served in the same part of the country I had been before,
and at the end of the 3 months I was discharged and returned home, where
I remained about one year. Then I removed to Wilkes County, North Carolina,
where I remained about two years, in which time I went to Amherst County,
Virginia, where I married.
Then moved to Pittsylvania
County, Virginia where I remained about three years, then I moved to the
western part of Virginia in a county on the Sandy River, where I remained
about twelve months, when I came to the County
of Jackson and State of Missouri.
All the discharge
I ever had burned in the conflagaration of a dwelling house; and I do not
know of any person near me who can testify to those facts. I hereby relinquish
every claim whatsoever to a pension or annuity except the present, and
I declare that my name is not on any pension roll of any agency or state.
We, Samuel Short
and James Garrett, residing near Rock Creek, in the County of Jackson and
State of Missouri, hereby certify that we are acquainted with Micager Frazeur
who was subscribed and sworn to the above declaration and that we believe
him to be 82 years of age, and that he is reputed and believed in the neighborhood
where he lives to have been a soldier of the Revolutionary War and we concur
in that opinion.
From the War Department
Office, June 17, 1836:
of Micager Frasher of Missouri has been examined and filed with suspended
cases in this office.
"The rolls of service
in this office do not bear his name thereon. The testimony of witnesses
as required in the enclosed printed sheet should therefore be exhibited.
It is also required that the applicant should state under oath his
reasons for not applying long since for the
benefits of the Act of March 18, 1818, and why he has now only applied
for a pension under the Act of June 7, 1832."
In 1842, Mr. Frazeur
tried again for his pension and appeared before the County Court of Lawrence
County, Kentucky, at Louisa, on the 26th day of December to present his
declaration. Zattu Cushing, John Crabtree and William McClure were Gentlemen
Justices of the court at that time. His declaration read in part:
After the battle
commenced at Williamsburg another express came from General Lafayette,
Chief Commander at that place to march into battle. When the regiment that
I was in arrived, the battle was over, and this regiment was
put into the regiment which had been broken
which was commanded to march to the mouth of Little York against Cornwallis,
under the last named officer at the last named place was stationed and
served in making breastworks against Cornwallis until 'Wallis surrendered
to General Washington, which was as well as this petitioner can recollect
in 1781. After 'Wallis surrendered we were put in a detached company commanded
by the following officers, to-wit: Captain Green, Lieutenant Edes and Major
Hardiman to guard a body of 'Wallis men to Winchester. After marching the
prisoners for sometime they were delivered to some other company at which
time and place he had served for 18 months, got his discharge from the
commanding officer, handed to him by Captain Tolliver through a window.
He is not certain whose signature was to it as he is illiterate and as
it was destroyed by the accidental burning of his house in Amherst County
many years ago. John Hardy, Alexander Miller, Benjamin Fry, Ben Carroll
and others making about twenty got their discharges at the same time and
returned with me to Amherst County, Virginia.
Deposition of John
Wellman: In the year 1797, or thereabouts, Micager Frazeus, and his wife,
Susan Frazeur removed into the county of Russell (Virginia) and settled
near to this deponents father, and from that time to the
present, this deponent has always resided
within three miles of the said Micajah and Susan, with the exception of
some few years when Micajah lived in Missouri. An this deponent would further
say that when he became acquainted with
the said Micajah and Susan they had two,
if not three children married and that three, if not more of the children
were older than this deponent. Further this deponent believes the said
Micajah and Susan must have lived together as man
and wife for more than 70 years ago; that
said Micajah and Susan lived together from the time this deponent first
knew them to the day of Micajah's death as man and wife, were ever regarded
as such and this deponent would further say
that a grandson of Micajah and Susan and
the second child of Nancy, the oldest daughter, died as a soldier at Norfolk
during the War of 1812.
File W-3407: Inquiry made by Mrs. W. A. Anderson, 215 N. Delta Place, Columbus,
OH dated January 15, 1940. Copied in 195 by Emory L. Hamilton from Archives
reply to her letter:
Said Micajah Frazier
was born December 23, 1753 in Albemarle County, Virginia. When a youth
he moved to Amherst County, Virginia, and while living in that county,
he enlisted about 1780, and served at various times until
shortly after the surrender of Cornwallis
at Yorktown, amounting to at least 18 months in all, as a Private with
Virginia troops under Captain Richard Ballanger, Samuel Cabell, Dawson
and Green, and Colonel Taylor, Pope and Dabney.
He stated that about
one year after his service he moved to Wilkes County, North Carolina, where
he remained for two years, during which time he went to Amherst County,
Virginia, and was married, that he then moved to Pittsylvania County, Virginia,
where he remained about three years and then moved to the western part
of Virginia on Sandy River, and about twelve months later moved to Jackson
He applied for a
pension May 2, 1836, at which time he was a resident of Rock Creek, Jackson
In 1842 he was living
in Lawrence County, Kentucky, and was 88 years of age. He died November
8, 1843 in that county.
He married Susan
Hamilton who was born in Orange County, Virginia, and who moved to Amherst
County, Virginia, when about twelve years of age. She stated that they
were married near Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia, as it was then the
custom of persons living in Amherst County, Virginia to go to Augusta to
be married. She states that she was married previous to the soldiers first
tour of duty, but did not give a definite date, and that at the time of
the surrender of Cornwallis they had two or three children.
In 1846, one John
Thompson, a resident of Wayne County, Virginia (now West Virginia) and
aged 71 years, stated that there was not more than one years difference
between his age and that of Nancy, who as the eldest child of Micajah and
Susan Frazier, and that the second child of the said Nancy (name not given)
died at Norfolk as a soldier in the War of 1812. Reference was made to
three or more children of Micajah and Susan, but only the name given was
that of Nancy.
October 13, 1846,
date of allowance of application of claim of Susan, the widow, stated she
was 89 years of age and was living in Wayne Co., Virginia in 1848 she stated
she was 95 and a resident of that county.
Children of Micajah
and Susan Hamilton Frazier: (1) Nancy Frazier, (2) Lewis Frazier, (3)
William Frazier, (4) Haston Frazier, (5) John Frazier, (6) Micajah Frazier,
Jr., (7) George Frazier, (8) Sarah Frazier, (9) Mary "Polly" Frazier, (10)
Stacy Frazier, (11) Betty Frazier, never married and (12) Vina Frazier.
Nancy Frazier, born
1774/76, married William Adams. Children: (13) Nathan Adams, (14) Son died
in the War of 1812 at Norfolk, VA, (15) Jefferson Adams
Lewis Frazier, married
Sarah Frances Webb, (Note:
Researchers of the Frazier line document the wife of Lewis Frazier as Elizabeth
Ratlif Grifen on 8/9/1809 in Floyd Co Ky and Sarah Frances Webb as the
wife of Lewis' brother, William)
d/o Robert and Susanna Short Webb, who was a sister to Nancy Webb who married
John Wellman. Children: (16) Creed Frazier, (17) John Frazier, (18) Samuel
Frazier, (19) Martin Frazier, (20) Buren Frazier, (21) William Frazier,
Jr., (22) Cushington Zattoo Frazier, (23) Jane Frazier, (24) Minerva Frazier,
(25) Caroline Frazier, (26) Nancy Frazier.
married Basha Berry.
John Frazier, never
married, moved to Missouri.
married Katherine (Charlotte) Wells.
Sarah Frazier, married
William Thompson, s/o Richard and Margaret Thompson of Russell Co., VA.
Richard was born in Ireland and Margaret in England. Richard Thompson's
will probated in Russell Co., VA on November 8, 1816. Children: (27) Elias
(Aley) Thompson, (28) Stephen Thompson married Elizabeth Marcum, (29) John
Thompson, (30) Jane Thompson.
Mary "Polly" Frazier,
married Samuel Webb, born 1780, died 1885, s/o Robert and Susanna Short
Webb. Children: (31) Elizabeth Webb, b. 1809, m. 1828 to Elias (Aley) Thompson,
s/o William and Sarah Frazier Thompson, (32) Stacy Webb, m. Martin Frasher,
b. 1819, s/o William and Sarah Frances Webb Frasher, (33) John Webb m.
Elizabeth Robinson on March 13, 1854, d/o R. and M. Robinson, (34) Jane
Webb m. Jessee Robinson, (35) Sarah Webb m. Samuel Short, (36) Minerva
Webb m. William Farris, (37) David Webb m. Rachel Jarrel and Sally Friend,
Francis Webb m. Harvey Walker, (39) Samuel
Webb m. Peggy Wilson, (40) Amanda Webb m. Marrly Selby, (41) Nancy Webb
m. Marrly Selby, after her death he married her sister, Amanda, (42) WilliamWebb,
(43) Vina Webb m.
Stacy Frazier, m.
Vina Frazier, m.
John Frazier, s/o
William and Sarah Frances Webb Frazier, b. 1815, m. Sarah Wellman, d/o
James Wellman. Children: (44) Caroline Frazier, b. 1843, m. _____ Thompson,
(45) Cornelius Frazier, b. 1845, m. Sarah Wellman, d/o Robert Wellman.
(46) Permelia Frazier m. Burl Akers, a Baptist minister, (47) Lou Frazier
m. _____ Thompson, (48) Nancy Frazier m. _____ Crabtree, (49) James Frazier
m. _____ Ferguson, d/o James Ferguson (50) Belle Frazier.
s/o William and Sarah Frances Webb Frazier, b. December 2, 1812, d. 1892,
m. in 1833 to Perlina Alafair Bartram, b. 1818, d. May 20, 1853. Children:
(51) Manerva Frazier, (52) John Frazier, (53) D. K. Frazier, (54) William
Frazier (55) James Frazier.
Married 2nd Christine
Napier, d/o Moses and Vicy Napier. Children: (56) Dr. S. Z. Frazier, (57)
John A. Frazier, (58) Mont Frazier (59) Frank Frazier (60) Rosa Belle Frazier.
s/o William and Sarah Frances Webb Frazier, b. 1819, m. Stacy Webb, d/o
Samuel and Polly Webb. Children: (61) Jane Frazier, (62) Martin Frazier,
Jr., b. 1845, m. Matilda Adkins, d/o Reuben Adkins. (63) Charity Frazier
m. Samuel Ratcliff (64) Theodore Frazier m. Kate Hodge, d/o Marcus Hodge.
(65) Strother Frazier m. _____ Wells (66) Billie Frazier (67) Frances Frazier.
Buren Frazier, s/o
William and Sarah Frances Webb Frazier, b. 1822, m. Elizabeth Sullivan.
Children: (68) Mary Frazier (69) James Frazier (70) Ida Frazier (71) Belle
Jr., s/o William and Sarah Frances Webb Frazier, b. 1830, m. Margaret Napier,
d/o Moses and Vicy Napier. Children: (72) Cushington Frazier m. Ellen Noe,
d/o Samuel and Nancy Noe. (73) Younga Frazier m. Irma Adkins, d/o Mana
Adkins (74) William Frazier m. Susan Napier, d/o Thomas and Thurza Napier
(75) Moses Frazier (76) Nancy Frazier m. Henry Maynard (77) Laura Frazier
m. Jacob Adkins.
Frazier, s/o William and Sarah Frances Webb Frazier, b. 1833, m. Elizabeth
Adkins Napier. Children: (78) Wayne Frazier, b. 1867, m. Cordelia Hargis
(79) Emeline Frazier (80) Martin Frazier (81) Taylor Frazier (82) Mary
Frazier, born 1876.
Jane Frazier, d/o
William and Sarah Frances Webb Frazier, b. 1810, m. 1833 James Bartram,
b. 1813. Children: (83) William Henry Bartram (84) Serilda Bartram (85)
James Harvey Bartram (86) David Kelly Bartram (87) Sarah Frances Bartram
(88) Samuel Z. Bartram (89) John Allen Bartram (90) Linzey Bartram
d/o William and Sarah Frances Webb Frazier, b. 1822, m. 1839 Elisha Wellman,
children: (91) William Wellman, b. 1840, m. 1866 ____ Dawson (92) John
Wellman, b. 1842, _____ Crabtree (93) Samuel Wellman, b. 1844, m. Manda
Slater (94) James Harvey Wellman, b. 1846, m. _____ Robinson, d/o Warren
and Sarah Ann Frazier Robinson (95) Jerry Wellman, b. 1848, m. _____ Campbell
(96) Robert Wellman (97) Buren Wellman (98) David Wellman (99) Elisha Wellman
m. Hanna Burchett (100) Nancy Jane Wellman m. Samuel Crabtree (101) Josephine
Wellman m. _____ Campbell (102) Melissa Wellman.
d/o William and Sarah Frances Webb Frazier, b. 1838, m. 1859/60 George
Ratcliff, children: (103) Jennie Ratcliff m. William Campbell (104) son,
Elias (Aley) Thompson,
s/o William and Sarah Frazier Thompson, b. 1808, d. 1883, m. his cousin,
Elizabeth Webb, b. 1809, d/o Samuel and Polly Frasher Webb. Children: (105)
Mary Thompson, b. 1829, m. _____ Huff. (106) Sarah Thompson, b. 1832, d.
1877, m. Frances M. Vinson, b. 1830, d. 1890. (107) Wade H. Thompson, b.
1834, d. 1890, m. October 15, 1857 Elizabeth Hampton, b. 1835. (108) Stacy
Thompson, b. 1836, m. August 25, 1857 to William Wellman, s/o James and
Nancy Wellman. (109) Owen Thompson, b. 1838, m. Elizabeth _____ (110) Samuel
Thompson, b. 1840 (111) Martin Thompson, b. 1845, m. August 28, 1873 Nancy
E. Harvey, b. 1860 (112) Nancy Jane Thompson, b. 1847, m. February 22,
1877 to Thomas Thompson, b. 1855. (113) John Thompson, b. 1849, m. April
24, 1871 to Malinda Hampton, b. 1852. (114) Charity Thompson, b. 1852,
m. June 12, 1871 to John Wilson, b. 1851.
d/o Samuel and Perlina Alafair Bartram Frazier, b. 1834, m. 1855 Elijah
Maynard, b. 1829, d. November 20, 1896. Children: (115) William Maynard
(116) Dolly Maynard (117) Francis Maynard, died young (118) Charles Maynard,
died young (119) Tennessee Maynard, died young (120) Perlina Maynard (121)
Samuel Maynard (122) Larkin Maynard (123) Lucy Maynard (124) Hampton Maynard
(125) Jennie Maynard (126) Sarah Maynard.
D. K. Frazier, s/o
Samuel and Perlina Alafair Bartram Frazier, b. February 22, 1842, m. April
4, 1867 Elizabeth Napier, b. February 10, 1842. Children: (127) Susan Frazier
(128) Perlina A. Frazier (129) Una Frazier (130) Manerva Frazier
James Frazier, s/o
Samuel and Perlina Alafair Bartram Frazier, b. October 10, 1842, d. July,
1920, m. Martha Branham. Children: (131) David Oliver Frazier, (132) Samuel
Frazier (133) Tennie Frazier (134) Jennie Frazier, died age 12.
Dr. S. Z. Frazier,
s/o Samuel and Christine Napier Frazier, b. March, 1857, m. 1883 Fanny
E. Bartram, d/o Captain and Manerva Bartram. Children: (135) Nade Frazier
(136) Rush Frazier (137) Chester Frazier (138) Fanny Frazier (139) S. Z.
Frazier, Jr. (140) Mont Frazier (141) William Frazier (142) Laban Frazier.
John A. Frazier,
s/o Samuel and Christine Napier Frazier, b. 1861, m. Delpha Hammonds, d/o
John and Delpha Hammonds. Children: (143) Maxie Taylor Frazier.
Mont Frazier, s/o
Samuel and Christine Napier Frazier, m. 1st Effie Dobbins, children: (144)
Samuel Frazier (145) Proctor Frazier
Married 2nd Mary
Fannin, d/o Herschel Fannin. Children: (146) Rosa Frazier (147) John Frazier
(148) Frank Frazier (149) Nella Frazier (150) Ruby Frazier (151) Clifford
Frazier (152) Dixie Frazier (153) Opal Frazier (154) Mary Frazier (155)
Frank Frazier, s/o
Samuel and Christine Napier Frazier, m. Ollie Fitzpatrick, d/o Strother
Fitzpatrick. Children: (156) Hazel Frazier (157) Polly Frazier.
Rosa Belle Frazier,
d/o Samuel and Christine Napier Frazier, b. 1877, m. Solomon Hall. Children:
(158) Golda Hall (159) Samuel Hall (160) Tina Hall (161) Hoover Hall (162)
Mont Hall, d. 1922 (163) John Hall
Jane Frazier, d/o
Martin and Stacy Webb Frazier, b. 1843, m. Gilson Blanton. Child: (164)
Cora Samuel Blanton
d/o Cushington Zattoo and Elizabeth Napier Frazier, b. 1873, m. 1st _____
2nd Lindsay Sammons. Child: (165) Clifford Sammons.
s/o Cushington Zattoo and Elizabeth Adkins Napier Frazier, b. 1871, m.
Mary Branham, d/o Andrew Branham. Children: (166) William Frazier (167)
Nellie Emeline Frazier (168) Florence Frazier (169) Linzy Frazier (170)
Drew Frazier (171) Floyd Frazier (172) Henry Frazier (173) Mont Frazier
s/o Cushington Zattoo and Elizabeth Adkins Napier Frazier, b. 1874, m.
Florence Derrifield. Children: (174) Milliard Frazier (175) Roy Frazier
(176) Brisy Frazier (177) William Cam Frazier (178) Wayne Frazier (179)
D. K. Frazier (180) Bessie Frazier
William Henry Bartram,
s/o James and Jane Frazier Bartram, b. 1834, m. 1858 to Manerva Ratcliff.
Children: (181) Jennie Bartram (182) William David Bartram (183) Fannie
Bartram (184) Ellen Bartram (185) Sarah Ann Bartram
Sarah Frances Bartram,
d/o James and Jane Frazier Bartram, b. 1843, m. L. C. Chatfield, children:
(186) Earl Chatfield (187) Frances Chatfield (188) Georgia Chatfield
John Allen Bartram,
s/o James and Jane Frazier Bartram, b. 1851, m. Georgia Cyrus.
Linzy Bartram, s/o
James and Jane Frazier Bartram, b. 185,5 m. Carrie Hatten, d. 1919, children:
(189) George Bartram (190) Ollie Bartram (191) Mary Bartram (192) Willie
s/o Elijah and Manerva Frazier Maynard, b. 1856, m. 1st Una Marcum, d/o
Stephen Marcum. Child: (193) Thomas Maynard.
Married 2nd _____
Cassidy, d/o William Cassidy. Child: (194) Walter Maynard.
d/o Elijah and Manerva Frazier Maynard, b. 1860, m. Linza Maynard, s/o
s/o Elijah and Manerva Frazier Maynard, b. 1862, m. Sarah Ann Bartram,
d/o Captain W. H. Bartram and Manerva Ratcliff. Children: (195) Bessie
Maynard (196) Lizzie Jane Maynard (197) Dolly Maynard (198) Hampton Maynard.
Larkin Maynard, s/o Elijah and Manerva Frazier Maynard, m. Emeline Frazier.
Children: (199) George Maynard (200) Henry Maynard (201) Taylor Maynard
(202) Lucy Maynard (203) Perlina Maynard
s/o Elijah and Manerva Frazier Maynard, . April 9, 1870, m. Elizabeth Hammonds,
d/o Oliver Hammonds. Children: (204) Russell Maynard (205) Samuel Maynard
(206) Frances Maynard, m. John Hammonds (207) William Maynard (208) Alvas
Maynard (209) Anne Maynard (210) Lucy Maynard (211) Perlina Maynard.
d/o Elijah and Manerva Frazier Maynard, m. Roscoe Ratcliff. Children: (212)
William David Ratcliff m. _____ Peters, d/o Charles Peters (213) Manerva
Ratcliff m. Carmen Peters, s/o Charles Peters.
Susan Frazier, d/o
D. K. and Elizabeth Napier Frazier, b. March 27, 1868, m. 1884 Shade Napier,
b. February 1, 1865. Children: (214) Una Napier, b. 1886, (215) Della Napier,
b. 1887, m. Walter Gray Kidd (216) David Frazeur Napier, b. 1890, m. Hanna
Adkins (217) Jennie Napier, b. 1892, m. Joseph Kidd (218) Mary Napier,
b. 1896, m. Oney Fry (219) Adrain Napier, b. 1908 (220) Howard Napier,
Perlina A. Frazier,
d/o D. K. and Elizabeth Napier Frazier, b. March 6,1870, d. 1885, m. 1884
David Oliver Frazier,
s/o James and Martha Branham Frazier, b. January 1868, m. Lou Ella Ratcliff,
d/o Albert and Dicy Ratcliff. Children: (221) Anna Ruth Frazier (222) Leathy
Frazier (223) Reba Frazier (224) Jessee Frazier (225) William G. Frazier
(226) Samuel Frazier.
s/o James and Martha Branham Frazier, m. Manerva Fitzpatrick, d/o Ulysses
Fitzpatrick. Children: (227) Mae Frazier
(228) Lucy Frazier (229) Isaac Frazier (230) Charles Frazier.
d/o James and Martha Branham Frazier, b. 1870, m. Samuel Lovings. Children:
(231) Gussie Lovings (232) Elizabeth Lovings (233) James Lovings (234)
David Frazeur Napier,
s/o Shade and Susan Frazier Napier, b. 1890, m. Hanna Adkins. Children:
(235) Anna Mae Napier (236) David Harold Napier.
concerning William D. Frazier, Jr., s/o William and Sarah Frances Webb
Frazier is given below.
William D. Frazier,
Jr., s/o William and Sarah Frances Webb Frazier, was b. January 1838, m.
Fally O. Ratcliff, d/o Squire Ratcliff, who was a representative in the
Kentucky Legislature in 186. Fally, the wife of William D. Frazier, Jr.,
b. 1840. Children: (1) Manerva Frazier m. Andrew Branham. (2) Sarah Ann
Frazier m. John Wallace (3) James Frazier m. Jennie Maynard (4) William
Frazier m. Mary Jane Marcum (5) Jennie Una Frazier m. Garrett Ratcliff,
s/o Albert Ratcliff. (6) Rachel Frazier (7) Molly Frazier (8) Lou Frazier
m. Roscoe Maynard, s/o Lewis Maynard. (9) Elizabeth Frazier, b. 1868, m.
d/o William D. and Fally Ratcliff Frazier, m. Andrew Branham. Children:
(10) Elmer Branham (11) James Branham (12) Frank Branham (13) Arthur Branham
(14) William Branham (15) Andrew "Drew" Branham (16) Sam Dock Branham (17)
Roscoe Branham (18) Mary Branham m. Mart Frazier (19) Fanny Branham m.
Elder Samuel Maggard (20) Tennie Branham m. Frank York.
Sarah Ann Frazier,
d/o William D. and Fally Ratcliff Frazier, m. John Wallace.
James Frazier, s/o
William D. and Fally Ratcliff Frazier, m. Jennie Maynard (Maggard?) Children:
(22) Edward Frazier (23) Walter Frazier (24) Alice Frazier (25) Stella
Frazier (26) Gussie Frazier.
s/o William D. and Fally Ratcliff Frazier, b. 1866, m. Mary Jane Marcum,
d/o Stephen and Nancy Marcum. No list of children available.
From: ONE HAMILTON
CLAN by Emory L. Hamilton, pages 236 to 247.