|Birth: ||Jul., 1883|
|Death: ||Jun. 12, 1901|
Father: William Lee Sr
Frank and William Lee, sons of William Lee, janitor of the First Presbetyrian Church and Frank Schrader of the Southside, three notorious young rascals, have gotten themselves into the hands of the law by breaking into Keeport's feed and lime store on Market Street.
The thieving miscreants first raided the money drawers and finding it empty proceeded to demolish the property about the place. They did about $30 worth of damage. They were caught at their Sunday job and arrested.
They will most likely be sent to the reform school at Plainfield. Frank Lee had been home from that institution but a few days, having been released on promise of good behavior. The boys are members of the gang of young toughs who were sentenced last fall for numerous petty burglaries and only escaped being sent to the reform school by the earnest solicitations of pittying friends.
27 May 1892
Indiana Boys School Cemetery
Maintained by: Salvarsan
Originally Created by: Jessica
Record added: Dec 08, 2008
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