Frances Bullock Frazier, 65, a retired social worker and former Washington resident, died of a carcinoid Wednesday at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City.

Mrs. Frazier had been a caseworker, supervisor, and administrator for the New York Department of Social Services for nearly 30 years before she retired in 1976.

She was born in Charlotte, N.C., and grew up in Washington. She was a graduate of Dunbar High School, attended Miner Teachers College and earned a bachelor's degree at Howard University.

Mrs. Frazier taught elementary school and adult education courses in the D..C Public schools before she moved to New York in 1946.

She was a board member of the Community Services Society of New York City, and a board member and secretary fo the Vocational Guidance Workshop Center, which promoted educational and vocational training for Harlem youth.

She also belonged to the American Public Welfare Association, the Association of Supervisors of the New York Department of Social Services, the Howard University Alumni Association of New York City, the NAACP, and the National Association of University Women.

Mrs. Frazier was a member of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem and was an associate member of the Third Baptist Church in Washington.

She is survived by two sisters, Dr. Benetta B. Washington, the wife of Mayor Walter E. Washington, and Wilhelmina B. Thomas, both of Washington, and three brothers, Dr. Samuel Bullock, of Philadelphia, and Dr. William H. Bullock and Joseph Bullock, both of Washington.