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Frasier Cemetery
Horicon, Warren County, New York

Lat: 43° 40' 09"N, Lon: 73° 41' 51"W

Contributed by Thomas Dunne, Jul 31, 2004 [thmsdunne9@aol.com]. Total records = 21.

Frasier Cemetery is to the west of Hayesburg Road a short distance, north of and near the intersection with Harris Road.

This appears to be a family cemetery which is no longer used or maintained. Most of the stones are gone, and only this list remains. The cemetery sits on top of hill behind an old house near the intersection.

Compiled by John & Ellen Bartlett, revised November 1998.

- Thomas Dunne

Black, Phyllis, d. May 13, 1926 (no stone)
Frasier, Clifford Roger, d. Oct 7, 1955, age: 39yr 8mo 25da, (no stone)
Frasier, Clifford, d. 1915, d. Sep 3, 1923 (drowned in Lilly Pond, no stone)
Frasier, Cora E, d. Jun 17, 1877, age: 30yr, Dau. Of H.B. & Laura
Frasier, Daniel, d. Nov 7, 1920, age: 54yr 7mo
Frasier, Diane, (Grave Marked By 2 Rocks)
Frasier, Earl H, b. Feb 25, 1900, d. Mar 14, 1935
Frasier, Erastus, d. Nov 27, 1910, age: 53yr 7mo
Frasier, Fannie M,d. Apr 6, 1897, age: 8mo, Dau. Of Reuben & Minerva
Frasier, George, (no dates), Co D, 188Th Regt. Ny Inf
Frasier, H, b. Aug 11, 1893 (wife of ?, no stone)
Frasier, Harriet, b. Nov 15, 1867, age: 19yr 6mo, Dau. Of H.B. & Laura
Frasier, Harriet, b. Nov 17 1912, age: 51yr, (Baker) Wife Of Erastus
Frasier, Hattie, d. Nov 17, 1912 (no stone)
Frasier, John J, b. 1850, d. May 8, 1898 (no stone)
Frasier, Minerva, b. 1873, d. 1945, (Baker), Wife Of Reuben H
Frasier, Mitchell D, b. Feb 12, 1898, d. Nov 10, 1918, Son Of Reuben & Minerva
Frasier, Myrtle M, b. Aug 26, 1906, age: 1yr 5mo, Dau. Of Reuben & Minerva
Frasier, Orville, b. Nov 27, 1913, age: 37yr
Frasier, Reuben H, b. 1868, d. 1934
Frasier, Reuben, d. Oct 15, 1866, age: 13yr, Son Of H B & Laura

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