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FRANKLIN, ELIJAH B.Private
AgeShackelford's Company

Robert A. Gillespie collected Elijah B. Franklin's pay on the usual War Department certificate, that his name appeared as a private on Captain Shackelford's muster roll on file; and that he was entitled to pay from Dec. 15, 1835 to March 27, 1836. [CMSR, No. 11, State Library.] He was a victim of the massacre of March 27th.
 

FRAZER, CHARLESPrivate
AgeWadsworth's and
Duval's Companies

Charles Frazer and W. W. Frazer came to Texas in Wadsworth's Company, but quarrelled with him and, on Jan. 26, 1836 transferred to Duval's Company, for which they were returned an "deserters" on Wadsworth's roll. They were both however eventually paid, for their full term service, there being no question but that they had served their full time, and that they were massacred at Goliad. Their name appears as "Frazier" in the Comptroller's records, but it is "Frazer" on the Convention Memorial, which they both personally signed. [CMSR, No. 9578, State Library.]
 

FRAZER, HUGH McDONALDCaptain
AgeRefugio Militia
Nova Scotia - Refugio

Hugh McDonald Frazer, a resident of Power's colony, enrolled in Dimitt's Company at Goliad Nov. 1, 1835,


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© 1936 Harbert Davenport
NOTES FROM AN UNFINISHED STUDY OF FANNIN AND HIS MEN
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