Talk:Hugh Fraser (diplomat)

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Project Assessment[edit]

The "life" section is quite short and stubby, and is in fact considerably shorter and less organized than the funeral section, which strikes me as quite odd. Also, the "update" towards the bottom should be incorporated into a normal sentence/paragraph structure. Otherwise, a nice start. LordAmeth 16:56, 7 March 2007 (UTC)

Hugh Fraser, minister to China[edit]

Is a different person? or is there some good reason his service there is entirely omitted amid the discussion about Japan? — LlywelynII 19:43, 4 November 2011 (UTC)

Hugh Fraser, Minister to Japan[edit]

Permit me to point out that the three books attributed to Fraser were not written by him. They were written by his Wife, Mary Crawford (1851-1922) under her married name of Mrs. Hugh Fraser. She was helped by her son Hugh. Her other son, John Crawford Fraser [as J. I. Stahlmann] was co-author of a few of her post-1909 novels. Authority: Studying and defending Francis Marioin Crawford since 1958. Fmcms (talk) 01:32, 10 January 2012 (UTC)