Félicité Fraser is the third child of Fergus and Marsali Fraser, and grandchild of Jamie and Claire Fraser.

Personal HistoryEdit

Events of the NovelsEdit

A Breath of Snow and AshesEdit

In 1774, Félicité moves with her parents and siblings from Fraser's Ridge to New Bern.

An Echo in the BoneEdit

In 1777, Fergus and his family move to Philadelphia.

Written in My Own Heart's BloodEdit

Physical AppearanceEdit


  • Félicité is the French form of Felicitas,[3] a late Latin name which meant "good luck, fortune".[4]
  • Fraser may be derived from Fredarius, Fresel or Freseau. Another suggestion is that the Frasers were a tribe in Roman Gaul, whose badge was a strawberry plant.[5]



  1. Age as of the end of Written in My Own Heart's Blood.
  2. An Echo in the Bone, chapter 18. Claire mentally notes Jamie refers to his granddaughters Joan and Félicité as the "hell-kittens".
  3. Behind the Name: Félicité - accessed 27 May 2016
  4. Behind the Name: Felicitas - accessed 27 May 2016
  5. Way, George and Squire, Romily. Collins Scottish Clan & Family Encyclopedia. (Foreword by The Rt Hon. The Earl of Elgin KT, Convenor, The Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs). Published in 1994. Pages 142 - 143.

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