William C. Frazer
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. In 1836, Frazer was appointed to the Wisconsin Territorial Supreme Court and he died in office in 1838.
- 'Papers read before the Lancaster County Historical Society' (Pennsylvania), vol. II, pg. 402-403, 1907
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