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Re: Origions of Hiram Fraizer, Iowa & Pratt, KS
Posted by: Denise Hilt (ID *****6524) Date: November 25, 2002 at 17:38:56
In Reply to: Re: Origions of Hiram Fraizer, Iowa & Pratt, KS by Nancy Brown of 203

Hi,
I would love to share information! I have the family back to about 1685. I got most of this from other people's research. So now I am going back and documenting everything starting with my dad and us kids.

So far I have documented my dad and his brother, my grandfather, Ray Wallace Fraizer, his 8 other brothers and sister's, through to my generation. I have two that I haven't completed.

My great-grandfather John Marion Fraizer and most of his brothers and sister's. Louisa died between 1888 and 1900, two other children were born and died before 1900, I have some on Charles Scott, Amanda, and I think quite a bit on James, since he and John lived so close together. Since John was his first born, I am still working on him. I do have a lot on his brothers and sisters and their parents, William Fraizer and Eliza M Bundy, but there is still a lot more to do.

I am trying to go through each family and trace them down to my generation, if possible, before I go to the next in line. Along the way I am collecting info on all the others as I come across it. So I have a lot of research done, just not compiled yet.

Which now leads us to Hiram Bundy Fraizer. I don't have anything on Hiram moving to Pratt. That's where my father grew up, and he knew James' family. So far the last time I have found him was in the 1900 Census: Galena Twp Part of east of Range Line between Ranges 13 & 14, Woods Co, OK, enumerated 14 Jun, 1900, ED 227, p. 5A and I have him dying March 02, 1906, Stockholm, Woodward County, Oklahoma. I still haven't been able to confirm his date of death or burial. I am confident he is not buried in Pratt Co, KS.

I am going to try to go to Pratt over Thanksgiving and see if I can find any obituaries. I'm hoping this will close a few holes.

I tried to e-mail you and Mary, but I'm not sure if you got it or not. Please email me.


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