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Fraser, SIMON, military officer; born in Scotland, in 1729; served with distinction in Germany, and was appointed a brigadier-general in the British army by Governor Carleton, September 6, 1776. He gained a victory over the Americans at Hubbardton in July, 1777, and was shot by one of Morgan's riflemen in the first battle on Bemis's Heights, September 19, 1777, and died on October 7, following.

 

 

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