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Re: Benoni Frazee New Jersey
Posted by: Winfield Frazeur (ID *****5443) Date: July 14, 2006 at 16:47:20
In Reply to: Re: Benoni Frazee New Jersey by Gale Wallen of 1226

Dear Gale:

I found your answer to a message on Genealogy.com and am responding hoping you will answer my email. After reading your posting I am confused as to which Benoni Frazee was my ancester.

My name is Winfield Scott Frazeur IV. I am a decendant of Benoni Frazee through John Maul Frazeur who was the son of David Oliver Frazeur who was one of the four son's of Benoni Frazeur. David Oliver Frazee changed his name to David Oliver Frazeur. We only have myths of why he did this. The Frazeur's recently had their last family reunion in Omaha, Nebraska.

If I am decendant from this line, please help me by answering the below questions.

1) My question is about the resident(s) in NJ of Benoni Frazee. I am planning a trip East this summer and would like to see the area and whatever is left of his house. Is there information about the town and location of his home?

2) What if anything is the Frazee history from Europe? I am also going to Spain, Italy, and Great Britain next summer. I have heard that we came on the next group of ships after the Mayflower and Benoni was private in the American Revolution.

Anything light you can shed on my questions I would appreciate.

Thank you before hand.

Also, I have a book project called the biographyproject.com where you can see who I am and what I am doing.

Thanks

Winfield


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