In Rich County, two non-Mormon probate judges served during this time period—Stephen V. Frazier [1888-1893] and J. M. Grant [1894-1895]. Both however, fulfilled the duties of their office with little conflict. Only the conflict which developed over ownership of the public school/church in Woodruff damped the relationship between Judge Frazier and the Mormon population of the county.
Frazier (Frazer), Elizabeth
Birth: 14 June 1841, Oxford County Maine
Elizabeth Frazier was baptized a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on 7 October 1863 by D. H. Bays. She was confirmed by J. A. McIntosh and Geo. Morey.
Source: Early Reorganization Minutes, 1852-1871, Book A, pp. 160, 430
Listed beneath her is Frazier (Frazer), Hester Ann
[Elizabeth has an older sister, Hester Ann Walton.]
Birth: 20 December 1838, Maine
Hester Ann Frazier was baptized and confirmed a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on 29 April 1862 at Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa, by Shippy.
Source: Early Reorganization Minutes, 1852-1871, Book A, pp. 133, 190.