The Clan Fraser Society of Canada

Objects of CFS of Canada

To honour the Fraser heritage in Canada and Scotland and to instill in ourselves and others an interest in Scottish history, traditions and culture.

To collect and preserve literary and genealogical records related to Frasers and the families connected with Clan Fraser.

To promote the general interest of the members of Clan Fraser and to cultivate the spirit of kinship and fellowship amongst members.

In addition to Fraser, many other surnames are associated with our clan, known as Septs. A surname can be associated with more than one clan, depending upon the area in which they lived. Some of these names, and variations in spelling thereof, include the following:

Bisset; Brewster; Cowie; Frew; Frissell; Frizell; Macgruer; MacKim; MacKimmie; MacShimes; MacSimon ; MacSymon; MacTavish; Oliver; Sim; Sime; Simon; Simpson; Sims; Simson; Syme; Symon; Twaddle; Tweedie

Membership is open to any person bearing the name of Fraser or any of the Sept names outlined above, or recognized variations thereof, including their spouses, children and grandchildren. Members receive Canadian Explorer, published quarterly, and any other material of interest.

Current annual membership is $20.00. For more information, write to the society at:

United States
Graham McGruer
Clan Fraser Society of the United States
65 E. Shasta Street
Chula Vista, CA 91910
Tel: (619) 425-3454

Max Fraser-Byass
Clan Fraser Society of Australia
122/61 Bakers Lane
Erskine Park, NSW 2759
Tel: (02) 9834-1997
New Zealand
Allistair Fraser
Clan Fraser Society of New Zealand
33 Gregan Crescent
Burnside, Christchurch 8005
Tel: (03) 3598678
Fax: (03) 3598673

Scotland & The U. K.
Hugh Fraser

Clan Fraser Society
Flat 4, 22 Palace St.
Canterbury, Kent CT1 2DZ

Information above is courtesy of Clan Fraser Society of Canada.
For more information, or to become a member, visit the Society's website at

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