Person:Francis Olmsted (5)

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Francis Lincoln Olmsted
 
m. 27 Nov 1893
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Name Francis Lincoln Olmsted
Gender Male
Birth[1] 14 Feb 1865 Long Branch, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States
Marriage 27 Nov 1893 to Mabelle Weeks
References
  1. Family Recorded, in Olmsted, Henry King (1824-1896), and George Kemp Ward (1848-1937). Genealogy of the Olmsted family in America: embracing the descendants of James and Richard Olmstead and covering a period of nearly three centuries, 1632-1912. (New York: A. T. DeLaMare, 1912.).

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    (1785) GEORGE HOLLISTER OLMSTED, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. b. Dec. 30, 1840; m. Nov. 22, 1861, Lucy A. Lincoln; b. Nov. 26, 1841, at Hancock, N. Y.; dau. of Stedman and Louisa J. (Walker) Lincoln.

    2948, Franis Lincoln, Lakewood, N. Y.; b. at Long Branch, N. Jersey, Feb. 14, 1865; grad. Harvard, 1890; Principal of Rugby School for Boys, at Kenilworth, I11., 1891-1894; since 1894, engaged in educational work; conducts a private school for boys at Lakewood, N. J.; m. Nov. 27, 1893, Mabelle Weeks; dau. of W. H. and Mary Catherine (Ayers) Weeks, of Boston Highlands, Mass. (See Appendix.)
    2949, Erastus Robert +.
    2950, Harry Jessup +.
    2951, Emily Louise; b. Feb. 12, 1876; m. Albert D. Ritchie, of Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

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    (No. 2948) Page 134 - FRANK LINCOLN OLMSTED

    Mr. Olmsted was born at Long Branch, N. J., and is a graduate of the Phillips-Exeter Academy, 1885; Harvard, 1890. Has been engaged in educational and literary work; Editor of Knickerbocker Literature Series (Putnam) for which he rewrote and condensed Roosevelt's "Winning of the West"; Brook's " Lincoln," and Irving's " Astoria" and " Captain Bonneville." Mr. Olmsted spent the summer of 1903 in a study of certain English schools; in 1910 he made a general tour from Liverpool to Naples, and expects the coming summer (1912) to visit Paris, Brittany, and Wales, and to spend a few days in the neighborhood of Olmsted Hall in Essex. Since 1904 he has been carrying on an interesting experiment in education, viz. : the intensive training of a few boys whom he has taken into his country home at Pine Lodge, near Lakewood, N. J.

    Francis Lincoln Olmsted