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An American Family History

Mary Fox Frazee

  also spelled Frazie, Frazier  
Maryland was established with religious freedom for Catholics. The colonial economy was based on tobacco cultivated by Africans who had been enslaved.

Mary Fox Frazee was born in 1763 in Loudoun County, Virginia. Her parents were Absalom Fox and Christian Bonham.

She married David Frazee. He also married Mary Sutton. There is a great deal of confusion about which Mary was David's first wife and whose children are hers.
Lone Pine, Washington County, Pennsylvania was a village located on the north fork of Ten-Mile Creek. It was known as Lone Pine, Pleasant Valley, and "Pin Hook."

Children of Absalom Fox
and Christian Bonham
  • Captain Charles Fox
  • Bonham Fox
  • Mary Fox Frazee
  • David Fox
  • Anchor Fox Sutton
  • Iva Fox Sargeant
  • Jonathan Fox
  • Rebecca Fox Dearth
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