William C. Frazer

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William Clark Frazer (1776–October 18, 1836) was an United States territorial judge.

Born in New Castle, Delaware, he studied law in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Frazer gave a eulogy in the Masonic Lodge, in Lancaster, on the death of George Washington in 1799.[1] In 1836, Frazer was appointed to the Wisconsin Territorial Supreme Court and he died in office in 1838.[2][3]


  1. ^ https://openlibrary.org/a/OL4641239A/William_Clark_Frazer
  2. ^ 'Papers read before the Lancaster County Historical Society' (Pennsylvania), vol. II, pg. 402-403, 1907
  3. ^ http://www.usgennet.org/usa/wi/state/wihist-2.htm