Frazer



Parishes where Frazer and a second surname are found together

Surname:



Household numbers by county in Griffith's (1847-64), as on the map

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Antrim:22Armagh:29Belfast city:23Cavan:2
Cork:12Derry:6Donegal:3Down:41
Dublin:7Dublin city:4Fermanagh:11Galway:3
Kildare:1Kilkenny:2Laois:2Leitrim:4
Limerick:4Longford:3Louth:3Mayo:4
Meath:2Monaghan:8Offaly:2Roscommon:13
Sligo:6Tipperary:2Tyrone:16Waterford:2
Westmeath:2Wexford:2Wicklow:1

Surname Dictionary

Fraser numerous: Belfast, Down, Dublin. Ir. Friseal. A prominent Scottish clan whose chief was called Mac Shimidh, hence Mac Kimmie. Woulfe considers they were Normans originating in Friesland and first called Frisell when they appear in Scottish records in 12 cent. Also as Frazer & Frizell. SS & SGG.
Frazer numerous: Ulster generally, scattered elsewhere. The name has been in Ireland since the Norman Invasion but the large Ulster grouping derives from the settlements of the 17 cent. See Fraser. SGG.

Variants in Griffith's
& total households

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Fraser: 30
Frazer: 242
Frazier: 6

Non-Griffith's Variants

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Fraiser
Fraisher
Fraisier
Fraizer
Fraizor
Frashear
Frasheer
Frasheir
Frashier
Frasier
Frasser
Frayzor
Frazir
Frazor
Freiser
Freser
Frezer
Frozer
Phrasier
Phrazier


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