Would anyone know of Gordon Fraser or his Tea Mills. My gggrandfather was an ANDERSON from a Scottish shibbuilding company who migrated to Sri Lanka to be a remittance man and plant coffee. He married and had a family of which my great grandmother Isabella Maggie ANDERSON was one of his daughters. She used to go back and forth on the family clippers. THe coffee plantation obviously changed to tea and he joined with Gordon Fraser who carried on his work with my great grandfather Thomas HALL. If anyone can supply information i would be grateful. I have been searching for 18 years and no luck yet. They were quite a wealthy family and had one of the first horse and carriages on the island I believe. The plantation was handed down thru the family to my grandfather Thomas Alexander HALL and then on his death in 1934 to his brother Richard Gordon HALL who I believe was named after Gordon Fraser. I can find no record of the Gordon Fraser Tea Mills anywhere and presume that the company was swallowed up after independence in 1947. Can anyone help? They were all buried in Slave Island. Any info on ANDERSON or HALL or even FRASER would be gratefully received.