Sunday, October 5, 2008


Uncle Simon J. G. Fraser
Simon James Gordon Fraser was born in Calcutta about 1826.
1851 census- lodger at 6 Northumberland Street, London, unmarried aged 26. His occuption was Curate of St Martin in the Fields.
1861 census - lodger at in Wolwerhampton Road, Stafford, unmarried aged 36 year. His occuption was H M Assistant Inspector of Schools, Education Department.
He married in 1862 to Marian Worsley Colvin - refer Free BDM June 1862 Brighton 2b 290. She died in 1869 aged 28 years - refer Free BDM Dec 1869 Basingstoke 2c 121.
1871 census - widower living at The Beamleys, Basingstoke aged 46. His occuption was H.M. Inspector of Schools. His two sons Walter S. Fraser aged 6 and Gordon C. Fraser aged 4 and nephew Charlton S Fraser aged 18 where also living at the same address. Charlton Fraser was employed as a clerk to a tea broker. Servants were two Governesses, a cook/housekeeper, a nurse, two housemaids, a kitchenmaid and a footman.
1881 census - widower aged 56 living at 68 Talbot Road, Paddington. His occuption was Clerk in Holy Orders, Her Majesty's Inspector of Schools. His son Walter Simon Fraser aged 16 and neice Eva Augusta Fraser aged 27 were also living at this address.
1891 census - widower aged 66 at visitor a the Hotel Metropole, Kings Road, Brighton. His occuption was clerk in Holy Orders. Living here also was Gordon C. Fraser aged 24 a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, Rose M. Fraser aged 32, John H. Fraser aged 13 and Ethel L. Fraser aged 9.
1901 census - widower aged 76 living at Kings Road, Brighton. His occuption was Clergyman, Church of England.

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