|Birth: ||May 14, 1850|
|Death: ||May 23, 1919|
Direct descendent of Thomas Axtell (1619-1646)
Direct descendent of Thomas Wellman (1620-1672)
Great, Great Grandson of Revolutionary War Veteran Capt. Jacob Wellman and Jenny Jane Johnson
Great Grandson of Revolutionary War Veterans Thomas Axtell and wife Rebecca French and Abraham Wellman and wife Rebecca Pearson.
Grandson of Daniel Axtell and Jane Wellman
Son of Richard C Yeoman and Fanny Celinda Axtell Yeoman
Siblings:*Margaret Jane Yeoman Roquet 1848-1917, Orsemus N Yeoman 1852-1942, Eleanor P Yeoman Parlet 1854-1934, Ida May Yeoman Harkins 1856-1948, John Darius Yeoman 1859-1952, Burt W Yeoman 1862-1935, William R Yeoman 1868-1947, Edna A Yeoman 1871-1891
Married Catherine Stout March 30, 1876
Children: Charles Arthur Stout 1880-1919, Luella Relief Thomas 1881-1970, Lila May Stout Woodward 1877-1948
The Iowa Recorder, Wednesday May 28, 1919
Franklin A Yeoman was born in Amherst, Oh on May 14, 1850 and died May 23rd 1919 at the age of 69 years, 19 days.
When he was two years of age his parents moved to Wisconsin, where they resided til he was 10 yrs of age. In 1860 the family returned to Amherst Oh where they remained until 1866, then coming to Mahaska county IA where he grew to manhood.
In 1876 he was married to Miss Katherine Stout. To this union three children were born, Mrs. A.S. Woodward, Waterloo IA, Charles A Yeoman of Greene IA, Mrs Theo Thomas Greene IA all of whom survive
He is also survived by his aged mother of Fremont IA (Fannie Axtell Yeoman),four brothers, Orsemus N, John D. Yeoman of Fremont IA and Bert W and William R Yeoman of Washington state and 2 sister, Mrs Eleanor Parlet of Pomeroy WA and Mrs. Ida Harkins of Fremont IA and seven grandchildren.
In the year of 1880 he moved to Butler county IA where he resided the remainder of his life. In 1902 he was converted and joined the Methodist church in Green IA and has lived a devoted christian life.
The last 10 years of his life he has been badly afflicted, but thru all was always cheerful, glad to see his friends winning the confidence, esteem and goodwill of the entire community.
Services were conducted Sunday aftnoon from the Methodist church in charge of Rev E.A. Baker. The burial services were at Rose Hill Cemetery, Green IA in charge of the I.0.0.F. The large attendence of friends bespoke the esteem of the community for this departed brother.
Relatives who came to attend the funeral were: Mr. Orsemus Yeoman, Mr. John Yeoman, William Yeoman, Mrs. Ida Harkins, Chester Roquet, and George Roquet of Fremont IA, Mrs. Martha Axtell and Herman Axtell of Strawberry Point, Mrs and Dr. Taylor of New Hampton, Earl Roquet of Fort Des Moines, Mrs Georgia Bennett of Des Moines, Mrs Edith Saner of Sigourney, Floyd Yeoman and the Woodward family of Waterloo.
Richard Christopher Yeoman (1815 - 1886)
Fanny Celinda Axtell Yeoman (1828 - 1923)
Catherine Stout Yeoman (1858 - 1924)
Lillian M Yeoman Woodward (1877 - 1948)*
Charles Arthur Yeoman (1879 - 1919)*
Luella Relief Yeoman Thomas (1881 - 1970)*
Margaret Jane Yeoman Roquet (1848 - 1917)*
Franklin Arthur Yeoman (1850 - 1919)
Orsemus N Yeoman (1852 - 1942)*
Eleanor P Yeoman Parlet (1854 - 1934)*
Ida May Yeoman Harkins (1856 - 1948)*
John Darius Yeoman (1859 - 1952)*
Burt W Yeoman (1862 - 1935)*
William Riley Yeoman (1868 - 1947)*
Edna E Yeoman (1870 - 1891)*
Rose Hill Cemetery
Plot: Lot 50
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Originally Created by: Neva Thomas Stone
Record added: Oct 10, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16127683