Person:George Frank (1)

Watchers
George Frank
b.Abt 1844 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 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] George Frank
Gender Male
Birth[2] Abt 1844 Pennsylvania
Death[3][4] 28 Jun 1858 St. John, Putnam, Missouri, USA
Burial? St. John, Putnam, Missouri, USAMap: Latitude: N40.54 Longitude: W93.1888888888889 St. John Cemetery
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 37.
  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 37.
  3. Sarah Lemen Phillips. Putnam County, Missouri Cemeteries. (Book compiled and published by Sarah Lemen Phillips, Unionville, Missouri, 1990)
    St. John cemetery, pg 274, George Frank.
  4. Page County Democrat. (Clarinda, Iowa)
    date and page unknown.

    Mrs. Sarah Frank was born March 9, 1814, at Oricksburg, Pa., and died at the home of her son, Stephen, near Hawleyville July 7, 1904, age 90 years, 3 months, and 28 days.

    Her husband, John Frank, well known in Hawleyville and vicinity, departed this life a few years ago at the age of 86 years. Mrs. Frank was the mother of nine children, five of whom survive her. Those living are Charles, of Los Angeles, Calif.; Samuel, of Kansas City; John, of Nebraska; Mrs. Sarah Prater, of Kansas City and Stephen, with whom she made her home. All of these, except John, were with here when the end came.

    Mrs. Frank had lived in the community where she died for many years and was respected by all who knew her. In her long life she saw much care and toil and sorrow, but as a wife, mother, friend and neighbor, she tried to measure up to her duty as she saw it. When the call came the activities of life ceased for her; she was resting at eventide. She came to her "grave in a full age, like as a shock of corn cometh in his season." The funeral services were held at the home July 8th at 2 p.m., after which the remains were laid to reast in the Hawleyville cemetery