Elizabeth Feller Fraleigh






Petrus Fraleigh


Peter P. Fraleigh
Hanna Fraleigh Stickle
Johannes Fraleigh
George Fraleigh
Elizabeth Fraleigh Stall
Philip Fraleigh
  • (Tues. 2/11) To Diana and Dave From Mrs.Clara Losee

    I am enclosing a sheet with the Peter Frolich and Elizabeth Feller line as it apples to John and Elmore’s family. There are several George William Fraleighs so it helps to get dates straightened out. As you can see, our George W. is the only son of Peter P. Fraleigh and his second wife Helena Coon.

  • (Tues. 2/11) To Diana and Dave From Mrs.Clara Losee

    It might also be of some help to know what happened to all of Peter and Elizabeth’s children settled. I am sure you know that Peter & Elizabeth left Rhinebeck and purchased the farm at Red Hook and moved there with their 7 children. If you are interested I do have all the information about where Stephan settled in Rhinebeck, what happened to his property, his children, etc. Anyway, Peter stayed on his farm until his death, his son Philip remained on the Homestead farm, purchasing additional land, and this farm remained in the Fraleigh family until it was sold in 1936 to Emma Llewellyn. Peter P. Fraleigh purchased 123 acres of land near his father’s farm; this is still in the Fraleigh family and occupied by Elmore and his 2 sons, Bill and David. The John Fraleigh land is now owned by heirs of his daughter, Catharine Maria, who married Col. Peter I. Feller. (this is the Feller farm adjoining Elmore). A large part of the George Fraleigh purchase, plus land deeded to Peter H. Fraleigh by his father, is now owned by Irving Fraleigh, Jr. Another Fraleigh daughter, Hannah, married John I. Stickle... this property adjoins the Feller farm to the east.

  • (8/17/1993) To Mrs.Clara Losee From Winifred Fraleigh Woods

    I have not been able to find the date of Peter F’s death (son of Peter P. and Elizabeth Schmidt who married Lany Link) or where he is buried. We thought he was buried next to Lany but there is nothing on her tombstone to indicate that, although there is an unmarked space next to her.