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Re: FRYER/FRYAR/FRIER/FRIAR DNA Test Project Participants
Posted by: James Blair (ID *****4801) Date: May 31, 2007 at 10:43:34
In Reply to: FRYER/FRYAR/FRIER/FRIAR DNA Test Project Participants by T Halliday of 949

T. Halliday wrote:

"I am also interested in finding which Fryar/Fryer lines connect to Jamestown George Fryar who was married to Ursula and arrived in VA on the William & Thomas from London in 1624. Finding a descendant of his tree could also prove where in England his line connects."


Hello -

I'm trying to discover whether Ursula Fryer, the wife of George Fryer, could have been the same person as Ursula Clawson.

Ursula Clawson was one of the "maids for Virginia", brought to London by the Virginia Company to provide a supply of women for the colonists to marry.

Ursula Clawson was a kinswoman of Richard Pace, who stood bond for her passage. She arrived in 1620 or 1621. Ursula Fryer arrived on the Merchant of London, year not given.

Any further information, anyone?

James Blair


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