Highland Scots - Frasers from Inverness & area:
Fraser of Kingillie
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In 1803 Thomas (Tom) Fraser of Kingillie (Kingelly on the map of 1832 below) was working at plantation Paradise, which belonged to his cousins, the Belladrum Frasers - Thomas's mother was Christian Fraser of Belladrum. Later Edward Fraser of Reelig, in a letter to his mother, commented that he heard Tom Fraser 'not very well spoken off'.
In 1804 he bought the middle third of Nos 15 & 16 on the West Sea Coast of Berbice, consisting of 333 acres, along with 33 enslaved people. He granted a mortgage over Kingilly in Scotand to finance the purchase
By 1807 Thomas was in poor health, talked of going home and was seeking a position with a company in Glasgow.
However, in 1812 he was still in the colony and subscribed his name to an address to the veteran colonist Thomas Cuming.