Biography of Dr. Ira G. Frazer
Rensselaer County, NY Biographies





Frazer, Ira G., Dr., was born in Cherry Valley, N. Y., April 20, 1808, and was educated in the schools of that early day. His parents moved to Warren county when he was about nine years old, and when about sixteen years of age he ran away with the Seminole Indians to Florida. They were at war with the United States, who were trying to drive the Indians out of the swamp, The doctor was with a medicine man afl the time he was with them. He learned much of his skill in treating cancers and other chronic diseases with his natural ability, and his fame is vjell known at home and abroad; he has resided in Rensselaer county for over fifty years. He has married three times, first, to Nancy Green of Cambridge, Washington county, and had one son, Ira E.; for his second wife he married Eunice Webb of Chenango county, and, had two daughters: Adelaide and Kate; for his third wife he married Mrs. Harriet Gaylord, born Watkins. His son Ira E. married Ruth Wilson, by whom three children have been born: Ira, Jesse, and Jane. Adelaide married William Ingalls of this place, and has four children: William J., John, Adelaide, and Lillie. Kate married Walter Coon of Troy. The ancestry of the family is New England stock of Scotch extraction.

From:
Landmarks of Rensselaer County
BY: George Baker Aaderson
Published By: D. Mason & Co. Publishers
Syracuse, NY 1897


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