Who are parents of Jonathan Stewart Frazier b 1831 Licking, OH?

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There is a user submitted pedigree noted below listing parents and wives - it might be worth looking at to see if you can confirm any of the details.  Good Luck.


User submitted Pedigree;  https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/STRC-3LM

name:  Jonathan Stewart /Frazier/

birth:  1831 , Lucking, Oh

death:  1872 , Ellis, Tx

marriage:  26 September 1850 , Perry, Oh

marriage:  16 December 1854 , Bastrop, Tx

marriage:  15 January 1861 Austin, Travis, Tx

father:  Johnathan /Frazier/

mother:  Mary //

spouse:  Susanna /Grindle/  marriage:  26 September 1850, Perry, Oh

spouse:  Nancy J. /Peyton/  marriage:  16 December 1854 , Bastrop, Tx  2 children

spouse:  Susan Margaret /Forehand/  marriage:  15 January 1861 Austin, Travis, Tx 4 children


Licking is  a county in Ohio, I don't believe there is a  town by that name in the state.  It is the largest, by surface area in Ohio.  I've been unable to find any reference to Jonathan Frazier born in 1831 in Ohio. (Find-A-Grave and Ancestry.com)
I'm looking for the parents of Elizabeth Frazier, born 11-30-1820 and married to Alfred Day in Troy NY 1-1-1838. According to her obituary she was born in Symmes Creek, OH and was orphaned along with several siblings at an early age. That branch of my family is from Licking (county seat, Newark) and Muskingum counties. I also have photos of Esther Frazier Bowers, born 1818. She is buried in the Bowers family cemetery. I haven't found any record of her family either, but am guessing she is related to Elizabeth since Elizabeth returned to Ohio after the death of her first husband.

1 Answer

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My first ancestor settled here in 1810. The second built the first brick home in the county. It is still standing.  I did a quck look and Frazier is in the list of Family Names.                                                 http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ohlcgs2/index.html.

You are looking for the pink page.  You are going to go thru a ton of stuff library related before you reach the Genalogy section. When you find the pink page the first thing you see is rows. You want the 2nd Row across, 3rd box own. Look for this title:                                                             *New* - Family Names in the Family History Section of the LGCS Library.

Be patient. There is a ton of informaiton on this site. And they also do research.

Good Hunting!


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