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  James Fraser's Descendants - jfrg03.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
James Fraser was born on 20 Mar 1818 in Halfdavoch, Avoch Parish.
Margaret Fraser (James, James) was born on 7 Aug 1794 in Muiralehouse, Avoch Parish.
James Fraser was born on 27 Jul 1828 in Halloch, Avoch Parish.
www.btinternet.com /~fraser.hamilton2/jfrg03.htm   (599 words)

 James Baillie Fraser - LoveToKnow 1911
JAMES BAILLIE FRASER (1783-1856), Scottish traveller and author, was born at Reelick in the county of Inverness on the 11th of June 1783.
He was the eldest of the four sons of Edward Satchell Fraser of Reelick, all of whom found their way to the East, and gave proof of their ability.
Fraser is said to have displayed great skill in watercolours, and several of his drawings have been engraved; and the astronomical observations which he took during some of his journeys did considerable service to the cartography of Asia.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /James_Baillie_Fraser   (325 words)

 James Fraser
At the age of 20, Fraser went to Paris to study at the l'Ecole des Beaux Arts and later serve as an assistant in the Paris and New Hampshire studios of noted sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
At 18, Fraser went to the Art Institute of Chicago for drawing classes and was the pupil of Richard Bock for sculpture.
Fraser made the figure full, intending no inscription, so there was no room for “In God We Trust.” His statue The End of the Trail was the most popular work at the Panama-Pacific Exposition at San Francisco in 1915.
www.wsu.edu /~jenrich/English470/470Reports/AndyP-JamesFraser.htm   (722 words)

 Biographical Sketch 1905: James Fraser of Bay City, MI / Bay-Journal
JAMES FRASER, deceased, one of the original proprietors of Lower Saginaw, Michigan, and one of the original promoters of Bay City, was born in Iverness, Scotland, February 5, 1803.
When James Fraser was quite young, he engaged in business for himself, early showing those qualities which enabled him in later years to overcome successive reverses and rise triumphant to a station among the foremost financiers of his section of the State.
James Busby was a native of Somersetshire, and was reared on a farm.
bay-journal.com /bay/1he/writings/fraser-james-1905bio.html   (1295 words)

 James O. Fraser - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
James Outram Fraser was a British Protestant Christian missionary to China with the China Inland Mission.
Fraser is best known for the alphabet he created for the Lisu, designed for purpose of translating the New Testament into the Lisu language.
Fraser went back to England on furlough in 1924 and when he returned to Lisuland in 1929, he was married, to Roxie Dymond, the daughter of a Methodist missionary stationed in Kunming.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/James_O._Fraser   (1091 words)

 James Fraser Stoddart
James Fraser Stoddart is a British chemist at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of California, Los Angeles.
In 2005, the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) predicted that J Fraser Stoddart was one of three likely winners of the 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Fraser Stoddart was born 24 May 1942 in Edinburgh Scotland.
www.ibpassociation.com /encyclopedia/Chemists/James_Fraser_Stoddart.php   (948 words)

 Historical Person: James Fraser, Bay County, MI / Bay-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The late James Fraser, who was an early settler of the Saginaw Valley, and of whom an interesting volume might be written, was virtually the father of Bay City.
Fraser was not involved in the disasters that overwhelmed all other dealers in real estate at that time, was the fact that he was during all the year I836 selling lands at an enormous advance over their cost.
Fraser's life, which terminated in I865, he did much to promote the growth of Bay City, and erected the walls of the large and elegant hotel which bears his name, but was not permitted to see it finished and occupied.
bay-journal.com /bay/1he/writings/fraser-james-1875.html   (266 words)

 James Fraser - LoveToKnow 1911
JAMES FRASER (1818-1885), English bishop, was born at Prestbury, in Gloucestershire, on the 18th of August 1818, and was educated at Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury, and Lincoln College, Oxford.
In 1839 he was Ireland scholar, and took a first class.
The task before him was an arduous one, for although his predecessor, James Prince Lee, had consecrated no fewer than 130 churches, the enormous population was still greatly in advance of the ecclesiastical machinery.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /James_Fraser   (215 words)

 End of Trail - James Fraser by Home Design
James Earl Fraser (1878 - 1953) was born in Winona Minnesota but at the age of 3 his family moved to Mitchell South Dakota.
Fraser was to have many public commissions for sculptures of famous political and social patrons.
Fraser designed the 1913 buffalo nickel for the US Treasury Department and in 1915 he was to receive the commission for his most famous work, The End of the Trail for the San Francisco Exposition.
www.rugsandbronzes.com /James_Fraser-End_of_Trail.html   (598 words)

 Dakota Discovery Museum - Mitchell, South Dakota
James Earle Fraser was born in Winona, Minnesota, the son of Thomas Alexander Fraser and Caroline E. (West) Fraser.
It was there that James began to produce small sculptures of animals from the soft chalkstone found in the area.
Fraser spent hours trying to catch his form and mood in clay, but Black Diamond stubbornly refused to show his side view, and faced the artist most of the time.
www.dakotadiscovery.com /subcategory.cfm?cat_id=8&subcat_Id=40   (336 words)

 James Fraser
James, born on December 4, 1803, was the youngest son of Alexander and Jane (Scott) Fraser, tenant farmers in Dryburn Farm, Moray, Scotland, about one and a half miles from Portgordon.
James acknowledged fathering a child (William Fraser) by Ann Green in 1839.
James Fraser, Innkeeper, merchant, and grain-dealer, met with an accident in November last, by which he has been ever since, but for short intervals, confined to bed and which, acting on a weakened consitutuion, resulted in his death on the forenoon of Friday last.
www.fraserofwesthill.com /biojames.html   (942 words)

 Hoover Institution - Education Next - A Tenuous Hold   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The breaking up of our monopoly would force us to convince students, their tuition-paying parents, and the school districts that do the hiring that our programs produce teaching candidates who are more qualified and skilled than candidates who obtained their training elsewhere or who come in with no training.
Overhauling the system of teacher education first requires that education schools recognize that for many in the larger public—the parents of today’s schoolchildren, the taxpayers who foot the bill, and the elected officials who represent them—the current system of teacher preparation is seen as part of the problem, not the solution.
–James W. Fraser is dean of the school of education at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.
www.hoover.org /publications/ednext/3367276.html   (2698 words)

 Fraser,James Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print
Fraser's unique text is a documentary history of education in the United States and can save the instructor from doing a good deal of photocopying.
Prayer in the classroom, the teaching of creationism, the representation of sexuality in the classroom, and the B teaching of morals are just a few of the subjects around which the fight between religion and public education in the US has, once again, become a burning issue at the end of the 20th century.
Fraser argues that advocates of the public schools must recapture and redefine democracy so that it becomes both the purpose of public education and the model on which schools are structured.
www.alibris.com /search/books/author/Fraser,James   (977 words)

 Amazon.fr : Mountain Rain: The Biography of James O. Fraser: Livres en anglais: Leith Samuel,Eileen Crossman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The dramatic story of James Fraser, who spent his whole life bringing the Gospel to the Lisu people, is retold in this spiritual classic.
James Fraser was only twenty-two when he abandoned a promising career and went to China.
James Fraser was only 22 when he abandoned a promising career and went to the Lisu tribespeople of Yunnan, China and for the rest of his life he labored to bring them to Christ and to Christian maturity.
www.amazon.fr /Mountain-Rain-Biography-James-Fraser/dp/1850784116   (284 words)

 Jim Fraser's Publications
Fraser, James, Lepofsky, Jonathan, Kick, Edward, and J. Patrick Williams.  2003.
Fraser, James, and Edward Kick.  2002.  "Organizational Culture as Contested Ground in an Era of Globalization." Sociological Spectrum 22(4):445-471.
Fraser, James, Davis, Phillip, and Ravinder Singh.  1999.
www.unc.edu /~fraser18/publications.html   (588 words)

 The Fraser-Leslie Connection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
There was a sasine of Torbeck, March 19, 1773, in favour of James’ nephew, Alexander Fraser (1744-1821), the son of James’ brother Robert, as heir to the deceased Dr James Fraser of Torbeck [Duncan Warrand, Some Fraser Pedigrees, p.
James Leslie (1786-1873) married Julia Langan (1796-1834), one of the daughters of Patrick Langan and Juliana Fraser, d/o Malcolm Fraser and Margery McCord.
Lt James Leslie remained in James Barbutt's Comapany until Barbutt was replaced by James Cuthbert in Dec 1762.
www.electricscotland.com /canada/fraser/fraser_leslie.htm   (1735 words)

 End Of The Trail by James Fraser
James Earl Fraser was born in Winona Minnesota in 1876.
In 1880 James and his family moved to the Dakota Territory where he began his love for the west.
At age 22, Fraser went to Paris to study under master sculptors.
store.worldbronzes.com /endoftrbyjaf.html   (180 words)

 Brendan Fraser
The son of a Canadian tourism official, Brendan Fraser was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and grew up in a number of European and Canadian cities.
By 1992, Fraser had landed the role of Link the Cro-Magnon in Encino Man, which was followed by School Ties (also 1992) on the strength of his initial audition.
From the utterly forgettable comedy Airheads to the story of a law student whose thesis is intercepted by a homeless man, With Honors, Fraser has always rated higher praise than the films in which he appears.
www.tribute.ca /bio.asp?id=2309   (239 words)

 James Fraser's Descendants - jfrn04 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
William Fraser and his wife Helen Fraser were Cousins German(First Cousins).
At the time of his wedding he was staying at Halloch.Witnesses at wedding were Donald Fraser and James Fraser.
Janet Fraser his employers daughter.They were both 18 years old.
www.btinternet.com /~fraser.hamilton2/jfrn04.htm   (345 words)

 James Earle Fraser ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Art critic J.W. Mahoney wrote about Fraser's work in the Washington Review: "The single eye of Catriona Fraser's camera has been directed toward the timeless world of her Celtic ancestors for many years...
Kevin Fraser is a native of Oakville, Ontario.
Niurka Inurrieta's work had just been exhibited in Portugal, says Catriona Fraser, owner of the Fraser Gallery and co-curator of the exhibition, and when I saw it for the first time I was very impressed by her imagery and technical...
www.wwar.com /masters/f/fraser-james_earle.html   (1851 words)

 Fraser   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Fraser, J. Chandler*, D. Buehler*, and J. Seegar.
The decline, recovery, and future of the bald eagle population of Chesapeake Bay, USA.
Perch trees and shoreline development as predictors of eagle distribution on the northern Chesapeake Bay.
www.fw.vt.edu /fisheries/fraser.htm   (767 words)

 BBC NEWS | Politics | Brown names new baby James Fraser
The 8lb boy, who was born at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, will have the second name Fraser, which was chosen by his brother John, who is nearly three.
The chancellor, who made the announcement to waiting reporters outside the hospital, said his wife Sarah was "extremely well".
Mr Brown, 55, who is the hot favourite to succeed Tony Blair as prime minister, said the name James was a family name.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/uk_politics/5191650.stm   (335 words)

 Call James Fraser for accountancy, bookkeeping and business start-up advice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
If you are looking for one-to-one service, you'll get it from James Fraser.
James Fraser fully understands the concept of client satisfaction.
He relies on client recommendations to build business, so you can bet he is never happy with his services until you are.
www.jamesfraseracca.com   (158 words)

 Fraser Family Tree
Mother of James, ([Jimmy] played baseball for Baltimore Oriales), John, and Jean ([5/16/1931] married William Michalski, mother of William John [8/9/52] and Mitchel James [3/27/54])
After birth of her son William Fraser, she married William Simpson 9/14/1841 in Rathven.
Gave birth to an Alexander Fraser in Bellie Parish on 10/30/1742.
www.fraserofwesthill.com /paternalgen.html   (675 words)

 Fraser Island - Information - Queensland - Australia
Fraser Island - Information - Queensland - Australia
Eliza Fraser did survive and returned to England in 1837.  Her ability to tell a good yarn became very profitable and the much sensationalised account of her ordeal was sold in bookstores all over London.
The ordeals of Captain Fraser and Eliza Fraser became legendary and the island, the worlds largest Island sand mass, was renamed "Fraser Island". 
www.ozmagic2.homestead.com /fraserislandinfo.html   (119 words)

 James Fraser - SeekingAlpha
James Fraser worked on contract research and development for the first 27 years of his career.
Fraser has authored numerous reports for government agencies and has published in professional journals.
He is a certified Hazop leader for reviewing the safety and operational issues in hazardous plant operations that could occur in chemical and refining plants, and owns two patents relating to crystallization processes.
seekingalpha.com /by/author/james-fraser   (433 words)

 James Fraser Gluck
Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, edited by James Grant Wilson, John Fiske and Stanley L. Klos.
GLUCK, James Fraser, lawyer, born in Niagara Falls, New York, 28 April, 1852.
He was graduated at Cornell in 1874, and then studied law, which he now (1887) practises in Buffalo, acting as attorney for the New York Central and Hudson River railroad company and other corporations.
famousamericans.net /jamesfrasergluck   (338 words)

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