Person:Charles Frank (2)

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Charles H Frank
b.5 Mar 1837 Pennsylvania
m. 12 Sep 1835
  1. Charles H Frank1837 - 1930
  2. Louis FrankAbt 1839 - 1864
  3. George FrankAbt 1844 - 1858
  4. Samuel Frank1846 - 1928
  5. Albert FrankAbt 1849 - Bet 1870 & 1904
  6. Allen FrankAbt 1850 - Abt 1894
  7. John A FrankBet 1851 & 1852 -
  8. Sarah Frank1854 - Abt 1940
  9. Stephen Frank1861 -
m. 1 Jan 1867
Facts and Events
Name[1] Charles H Frank
Gender Male
Birth[2][3][4] 5 Mar 1837 Pennsylvania
Other[7] 18 Sep 1861 Volcano, Amador, California, USAin the 4th California Infantry, Co. D Military Enlistment
Marriage 1 Jan 1867 , Nodaway, Missourito Mariah Catherine Neff
Other[8] 11 Jun 1900 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USAat the National Home for the Disabled Volunteer Soldier Resided
Death[5] 18 Feb 1930 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA
Burial[6] 18 Feb 1930 Los Angeles National Cemetery, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
References
  1. Family History Library. 1850 Census. (Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah)
    Vigo County, Indiana, population schedule, Harrison township, John Frank household, Nathional Archive series M432, roll 177, page 241, line 35line 35.
  2. Family History Library. 1850 Census. (Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah)
    Vigo County, Indiana, population schedule, Harrison township, John Frank household, Nathional Archive series M432, roll 177, page 241, line 35line 35.
  3. 1870 U.S. Census
    Marysville post office, Lincoln township, Nodaway county, Missouri, seriesM593 , roll 795 page 601, line 35.
  4. John Frank Federal Pension File. (Washington, D.C., National Archives, certificate #296,832)
    Dept of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions, questionaire dated 18 May 1898.
  5. Family History Library. 1920 Federal Census. (Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah)
    Los Angeles, Los Angeles county, California, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, seriesT625 , roll 116 page 46, line 36.
  6. Nationwide Gravesite Locator. (Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration's website, http://www.cem.va.gov/index.htm)
    BURIED AT: SECTION 61 ROW E SITE 6.
  7. Records of California Men in the War of the Rebellion, 1861 to 1867. (Brig. Gen Richard H. Orton, transcribed by Melody Gregory, pp 624-620, web page http://www.cagenweb.com/yuba/Civil%20War/4RI-D.htm)
    downloaded 02/02/05.
  8. 1900 U.S. census. (Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah)
    National Home for the Disabled Volunteer Soldier, Pacific Branch, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, seriesT623 , roll 92 page 238, line 15.