Levin Frazier (1754-1842)
MSA SC 3520-16768
Dorchester County Commissioners of the Tax, Assessment List, Election Districts 1, 3, 5-8, 1837, MdHR 18,755-1/6 [MSA C684-5, 01/06/02/05].
Dorchester County Court, Minutes, 1785-1788, MdHR 8916, 72[MSA C719-1, 01/04/04/22].
Land Office, Certificates, Patented, Dorchester, Fraziers Beginning, Levin Frazier, 16 1/2 Acres, 24 November 1796 [MSA S1196-1302, 01/25/03/054].
Maryland State Papers, Revolutionary Papers, Outfitting and command of the barges, 1783, MdHR 19970-10-18/01&2 [MSA S997-10-1757, 01/07/03/012].
Pension of Levin Frazier and Widow's Pension of Elizabeth Eccleston. The National Archives. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files. NARA M804, W 9436. 1-66, from Fold3.com.
Bast, C. Homer. “Benjamin Keene, 1694-1770: Middling Planter of Dorchester County.” Maryland Historical Magazine 93, no. 1 (1998): 38-67.
Jones, Elias. New History of Dorchester County, Maryland. Cambridge, Maryland: Tidewater Publishers, 1966.
Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, July 7 to December 31, 1776, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 12.
Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 18.
Smith Jr., Myron J. and John G. Earle. “The Maryland State Navy.” in Chesapeake Bay in the American Revolution. Ed. Ernest McNeill Eller. Centreville, Maryland: Tidewater Publishers, 1981.
“Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in Northampton County, to His Friend in Williamsburg, Dated 14 December 1782,” The New York Gazette; and The Weekly Mercury, 20 January 1783.
City Gazette. July 30, 1825.
Spectator, 28 July 1827.
“Another Revolutionary Soldier Gone,” Easton Gazette, 23 August 1842.
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