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Fraizer, Sir Alexander, first baronetlocked

(1607?–1681)
  • Helen M. Dingwall

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Fraizer, Sir Alexander, first baronet (1607?–1681), physician and courtier, was the son of Adam Fraser, second son of Thomas Fraser of Durris in Kincardineshire; his mother belonged to the family of Duff of Drummure. Educated at Aberdeen, his Montpellier MD (1635) was incorporated at ...

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