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Frasher/Frasier/Frazier, etc. DNA Studies
Posted by: Teresa Herrmann (ID *****4979) Date: July 01, 2007 at 17:11:47
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Has anyone done the Fraser/Frasher/Frasier/Frazier DNA testing. There's 189 Frasier's in the study. It could attach you to who Micajah's father is.
My Great Grandfather was Albert Frashier, who was married to Orlena Yeauger. I recently got his death certificate which says that his father was Franklin Frasher and his Mother was Rosetta Frasier. I noticed in the Census records, that Rosetta Frasier was William Frasher's domestic servant, while, on of his son's were Franklin Frasher. While William Frasher was born in 1807 in Virginia, he died between 1870-1880 in Cheshire township, Gallia County, Ohio. His other children were familiar names [as the Frasier names go]:
Lewis Sampson Frasher
Elizabeth Frasher
Melzar Frasher
Jesse Frasher
Jacob Frasher
James H. Frasher
Elijah Frasher
Amanda Frasher
and possibly: Nevada Frasher, Novella Frasher, and Benjamin Frasher.

I'm having a heck of a time trying to go beyond the William. I have over 30,000 names in my family tree, but the Frasher's are the most difficult to figure out.
Teresa Herrmann
Columbus, Ohio


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