Saturday, 9 February 2008

Fraser Family History

The Fraser Name in History is a customized book offering a unique blend of fascinating facts, statistics and commentary about the Fraser name. The book is just one of an entire series of family name books in the Our Name in History collection. Each book in the collection is printed on demand and is compiled from hundreds of millions of records from the world's largest online resource of family history, This particular book follows the Fraser family name through history and makes the perfect gift for your family members and anyone interested in the Fraser name. In the book you'll find out about where people with the Fraser last name originated. You may discover the countries and ports they left behind, the ships they sailed and more. You'll get a better idea of where people sharing the Fraser name settled and where they may reside today in the United States, Canada, England and other countries. You'll get all this information and much more in your Fraser family name book. The Fraser Name in History.

The Boleskine graveyard is particularly associated with many of the Fraser families of the area. The mossy inscriptions recall Frasers who were tacksmen, shepherds or merchants, ordinary folk in the main: one a cashier at Inverness's Rose Street foundry, another a stationmaster on the Highland Railway.

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