Selah's daughter Martha married twice....first Luther Frasier (frazier) (5 May 1855) who enlisted in Corinth about three weeks after her brother William.They moved to Royalton Wisconsin andhadfive children before Luther died in 1876.She then married John Jacob Rice. They had no children and on one census Martha's children are listed with that last name.However, they remained with the name Frasier though not with the Frazier spelling on the 1870 and Luther's enlistment registration.Martha applied for a pension in Wisconsin based on Luther's service.I believe Luther's brother Daniel also lived in Royalton.
Martha is buried in the Nora CemRice Lake Barron Co Wi, as isher second husband and her two sons.I don't know who the three daughter married.
I would love the clippings andobit for my Malloryfile...only fair don't you think...
(8) Henrietta Matilda Frasier 6 May 1856
(8) Juliet 10 Dec 1859
(8) James Henry Frasier 27 Sep 1865
(8) Daniel B Frasier 27 Oct 1869= Rosette Reynolds 15 Dec 1870 Randolph Co IN d 1 Apr 1927
(9) Norman Frasier
(9) Lee Frasier
(9) daughter Frasier = JV Kolar
(8) Lucy Jane Frasier 25 Feb 1872
Here are bios posted with John Jacob Rice and Margaret Mallorys cemetery transcriptions from Findagrave:
"Margaret was born Oct. 13, 1840, in New York, daughter of parents also born in that state. She died in Oct. 18, 1920, at Rice Lake, Wisconsin, aged 80 years and 5 days, and was buried there next to the remains of her husband in Nora Cemetery. However, the inscription on her gravestone is Morganie rather then Margaret. On Aug. 21, 1879, Margaret married Jacob John Rice, at Northport, Waupaca Co., Wis. They were childless. This was the second marriage for Margaret. On May 6, 1855, she had married Luther Frasier, who died July 15, 1876. Luther was Civil War veteran, having served in Company G of the 30th New York Infantry. Her children by Luther were: Henrietta Matilda, b. 6 May 1856; Juliet, b. 10 Dec 1859; James Henry, b. 27 Sep 1865; Daniel B., b. 27 Oct 1869; & Lucy Jane Frasier, b. 25 Feb 1872."
"Jacob was born Aug. 5, 1836, at Buffalo, Erie County, New York, son of Michael Reisch, born in France and Catherine Sauer, born in Germany. Their children later changed the spelling of their last name to Rice. Jacob died April 26, 1921, in Rice Lake, Barron County, Wisconsin, aged 91 years and 23 days, and was buried there in Nora Cemetery. Jacob's mother died when he was about five years of age and his father when he was about eleven years of age, after which the ten children were farmed out to various families in their neighborhood. Jacob identified his brothers and sisters in the order of their birth as: William Michael, Wesley, Mary, Hannah, Catharine, John, Fred, Jacob (himself), Eva and Charles Rice. He stated the three oldest children were born in Germany. Jacob was hired as farm help by Jonathan Doe, but after awhile ran away and became a sailor for a few years, but later returned to Erie County, New YorkJacob was married twice with his first marriage in July 1863, to Eliza Virginia Snowden, who died in 1864, at Johnstown, Cambria Co., Penn. No known children. On August 21, 1879, Jacob was united in marriage to Margaret Frasier, nee Mallory, in a ceremony performed by Reverend William W. Wilson, at Northport, Waupaca County, Wisconsin. Margaret was born October 13, 1840, in New York, daughter of parents also born in that state. She died in October 18, 1920, at Rice Lake, Wisconsin, aged 80 years and 5 days, and was buried there next to the remains of her husband in Nora Cemetery. However, the inscription on her gravestone is Morganie rather then Margaret. They were childless"
This is a bio of son Daniel B Frasier wife, Rosette Reynolds
"Daughter of Joseph H. Reynolds & Elizabeth (Mills) Driver. Obituary: Mrs. Dan B. Frazier was born in Farmland, Indiana, December 15, 1870. She came with her parents to Rice Lake when six years of age, and has since resided here. She was married to Daniel B. Frazier at Rice Lake on January 18, 1891. She was a member of the Womans’s Relief Corps for sixteen years, also of the Methodist Ladies’ Aid and the West Side Beneficiary club.Mrs. Frazier passed away after a brief illness, Friday afternoon, April 1, 1927, at the age of 56 years. She leaves to mourn her death, her husband, Daniel B. Frazier of Rice Lake, and four children: Norman, of Ashland; Lee, of Janesville; Clifford, and Mrs. J.V. Kolar, both of this city; also a sister, Mrs. Arvilla La Forge of this city; a half-brrother, Chas. Reynolds, of Rice Lake, and a half-brother, John Driver of Paynesville, Minn.Funeral services were conducted at the house at 1:30 o’clock and at the Methodist Episcopal church at 2 p.m., Tuesday, April 5, Rev. J.W. Birchall officiating and interment was made in Nora cemetery. [Wednesday, April 6, 1927, Rice Lake Chronotype, Rice Lake, Wisconsin.]"
I did some research after being contacted by bruce Ogan who was researching Martha for a friend.
John Christianson did the posting of the grave info.
I don't know how everyone connects:
Nora Cem Rice Lake Barron Co
RICE , Jacob -- Page 6
RICE , Morganie -- Page 6 (This is margaret...no info on why her stone says Morganie.)
FRASIER , Clifford J -- Page 12 28 Aug 1896 d Apr 1975 Rice Lake (son of Daniel)
FRASIER , Daniel B -- Page 7
FRASIER , Donald E -- Page 12
FRASIER , Dora L -- Page 12
FRASIER , Gladys E -- Page 12
FRASIER , Harold L -- Page 12(31 Oct 1885 d Dec 1963 WI?)
FRASIER , James H -- Page 12
FRASIER , Jessie L -- Page 12
FRASIER , Neil D -- Page 12
FRASIER , Richard J -- Page 17
FRASIER , Rose E -- Page 7(Rosette Reynolds 15 Dec 1870 Randolph co INd 1 Apr 1927)
FRASIER , Roy H -- Page 12
1870 census Royalton Wi :
1870 Census Frazier, Luther 37 FarmerNy
Margaret (Mallery) 30 Keeping house NY
Jacob Rice50Farmer Canada France France
Margaret Rice40NY NY NY
James H. Rice12NY Can NY
David Rice10NY Can NY
LucyRice8NY Can NY
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Goodwin, Deuel, Dakota Territory;
Jacob Rice70Apr 1830NY France germanyBlacksmith
Margaret Rice59 Oct 1840 NY NY NY
married 21 years 5 children
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Rice Lake, Barron, Wisconsin;
John Jacob Rice 80 New York germany Germany
Margaret Rice69 New York England england
census shows married 31 years 2nd marriage for both!
SHe had 5 children - all living.
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Rice Lake Ward 4, Barron, Wisconsin; Roll: T624_1701; Page: 16B; Enumeration District: 19; Image: 409.