Group Daughters of The American Revolution From December 25 1914 Indianapolis News
Jonas Frazee Born in Essex, New Jersey, USA on 1756 to Samuel Frazee and Sarah Littell. Littell can be spelled Little or Lytle
Article: "Mr. Jonas Frazee," Hamilton; Miamitown; Ohio; Union; Capt. Craig] Monday, October 25, 1858 Trenton State Gazette (Trenton, New Jersey)
Jonas married Sarah Ackley and had 8 children. Jonas married Nancy Corwin and had 8 children. He passed away on 5 Oct 1858 in Ohio, USA. Margaret was daughter of his marriage to
Sarah Ackley daughter of Benjamin Littell (1706-1760) and Susannah Tucker daughter of Joseph Tucker and Mary Ross.
Benjamin Littell son of Samuel Littell and Lydia Bonnell
Samuel son of John Littell
John Littell son of George Littell and Alice Poore
Samuel Frazee son of Isaac Frazee and Elizabeth Mills
When Isaac Frazee was born on June 7, 1697, in Union County, New Jersey, his father was 62, and his mother, Mary, was 34. He married Elizabeth Mills and they had five children together between 1731 and 1745. He also had one child with Unknown. He died on February 8, 1775, in Woodbridge, New Jersey, having lived a long life of 77 years, and was buried in Middlesex County, New Jersey.
Isaac Frazee son of Joseph Ephraim Frazee and Mary Osborne
Joseph was born in 1635. He was married three times and had nine sons and four daughters. He died in 1714 in Essex County, New Jersey, having lived a long life of 79 years, and was buried in Union County, New Jersey.
From Family Records: Or, Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley and Vicinity Above Chatham, with Their Ancestors and Descendants as Far as Can Now be Ascertained John Littell
BENJAMIN L1TTELL 7ih child of Samuel 1st and Susan Tucker lived in Westfield on the farm on which his grandson John Littell now lives they had children 1 Moses who married Abigail Thompson 5th child Or 3 Thomas Thompson of Connecticut Farms had 4 children I Hannah Mary Isaac and Betsey He died 9th October p 1773 aged 35 years 2 Isaac born i 0th March 1764 married Jemima Frazee daughter of Gershom had 3 children Jemima Susannah and Benjamin 3 John married Phebe Thompson 8th child of Thomas Thompson had 6 children Gershom Sarah Abigail Moses John and Isaac He died 1st April 1781 in his 35th year and his widow married Benjamin Frazee son of Samuel Frazee and Sarah Littell 4 Sarah married 1st Samuel Frazee by whom she had 4 children Benjamin Jonas Betsey and Samuel Frazee 2d Benjamin Sayre by whom she had 3 children Sarah Mary and Moses Sayre 5 Susan married William Ridgeway and had 3 or more children Rachel Rouse John and Phebe Ridgeway 6 Mary married Thomas Terry of Westfield she died 2 1 st January 1768 in her 17 th year and left a daughter Mary Terry who marrried Moses Frazee born about 1768
Margaret Frazee Born Jun. 17, 1841 Miamitown Hamilton County Ohio, USA Death Jan. 25, 1924 Washington Daviess County Indiana, USA Husband Michael Neiry
January 26, 1924 Paper: Evansville Courier and Press (Evansville, Indiana)
Burial: Isaac and Elizabeth Mills Frazee
Presbyterian Church Burial Grounds
Westfield Union County
New Jersey, USA Plot: Section I, Row M, Grave 43
Find A Grave Credit Freeball
THE BLOOMFIELD NEWS, Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana, Thursday, January 13, 1916, Volume XXXIX, Number 9, Page 1, Column 4, “Daughter of the Revolution.” [Transcribed on October 5, 2005 by RLJ from microfilm of the original newspaper on file in the Bloomfield-Eastern Greene County Public Library.]
In Mrs. Margaret NEIRY, seventy-four years old, who has been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John KUNKLER, Linton, has had a guest who is a real Daughter of the American Revolution. Her father, who was seventy-five years old when she was born, served throughout the revolution. Mrs. NEIRY came to her daughter’s home recently to remain for the winter.
Mrs. NEIRY is the daughter of Jonas FRAZEE, who was born in New Jersey. At the outbreak of the war for Independence he enlisted in the continental army and took an active part in the battle of Bunker Hill and other engagements in that memorable conflict. Mr. FRAZEE was married twice and Mrs. NEIRY is a daughter by the second marriage, her father having been seventy-five years old when she was born, the family at that time living at Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. NEIRY remembers many things her father told about his experience while fighting for American independence. She was fifteen years old when he died. Mr. FRAZEE died at Miamiville, Ohio, fifty-nine years ago at the age of ninety-nine years. A few days before his death he suffered from a fall, which was the direct cause of his death. Several years before his death he received a pension from the government.
Mrs. NEIRY is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, having joined the chapter at Fort Worth, Texas, where she has a sister living. She recently received from the national society at Washington, D. C., a handsome solid gold D. A. R. spoon. On the handle in attractive workmanship is engraved an old fashioned spinning wheel, surmounted by two flags, within the bowl is engraved a chrysanthemum and the words, “Presented to M. F. N. by the National Society D. A. R.”
Mrs. NEIRY is the mother of five children, only one of whom, Mrs. KUNKLER, lives in Linton. She makes her home with her children. A little more than a year ago while with a daughter at Washington she fell and broke her arm and hip, and has never recovered from the accident, being obliged to walk with the aid of a crutch. She was seventy-four years old last June.
Mary Jane Freeze married William Jessup Skidmore (1851 - 1926)
24 orchids : Indiana's real Daughters of the American Revolution
Grave Photo from Rose Haramia Mitcham
Ancestral lines of the Doniphan, Frazee, and Hamilton families