Family:John Frank and Sarah Koch (1)

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Facts and Events
Marriage[1][2][3][5] 12 Sep 1835 Orwigsburg, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania, USA
Children
BirthDeath
1.
5 Mar 1837 Pennsylvania
2.
Abt 1839 Pennsylvania
3.
Abt 1844 Pennsylvania
4.
5.
Abt 1849 Pennsylvania
Bet 1870 and 1904
6.
Abt 1850 Pennsylvania
7.
Bet 25 Dec 1851 and 5 Nov 1852 Illinois
 
8.
11 Feb 1854 Illinois
Abt May 1940
9.
20 Nov 1858 or Nov 1861 Missouri
 
References
  1. John Frank Federal Pension File. (Washington, D.C., National Archives, certificate #296,832)
    Widow's Application for Accrued Pension form (Sarah Frank) submitted 13 April 1899.

    Quality: 4

  2. John Frank Federal Pension File. (Washington, D.C., National Archives, certificate #296,832)
    Secondary Proof of Marriage document, signed by Sarah Frank, 18 Feb 1899.
  3. Page County Democrat. (Clarinda, Iowa)
    23 Feb 1899, pg unknown.

    An Old Soldier Gone

    John Frank, of Hawleyville, died at his home in Hawleyville, on last Friday evening, aged about 87 years. He was born on February 10, 1812. during the civil war he served four years and six months, and was in a rebel prison for nine months. He was one of the oldest and most respected citizens of the county. His wife, with whom he has lived for over 6(3?) years, still survives him, but is in such poor health that it is thought she will join him within a day or two

    The writer received photocopies of news articles from the Nodaway Valley Historical Musuem. Page numbers from which the articles were taken were not noted.

  4.   John Frank Federal Pension File. (Washington, D.C., National Archives, certificate #296,832)
    Secondary Proof of Marriage document, signed by Sarah Frank, 18 Feb 1899.
  5. Wedding ceremony conducted by Rev. Holsinger (possibly Hossinger)