|Birth: ||Oct. 11, 1836|
Munich (München), Germany
|Death: ||Mar. 8, 1914|
Max Frauenthal is an
Arkansan who is well noted
for his bravery during the
Later, he became a successful
He was called:
the "Father of Heber Springs
and Cleburne County, Arkansas"
As a 16 year old immigrant,
Max Frauenthal enlisted in
the Confederate Army as a
Private for the 16th Regiment,
Company A, Mississippi Volunteers.
He took part in the battle called:
"Bloody Acute Angle"
Spotsylvania Courthouse, Virginia.
There he showed unflinching gallantry.
Confederate veterans used the name:
"Fronthall" as a synonym for
Frauenthal was HUSBAND to
WIFE - Sallie Jacobs
They were wed on January 24, 1869
in Louisville, Mississippi
He was FATHER to 13 children
In 1871, Frauenthal moved to
Faulkner County, Arkansas.
He started a successful business
across from the downtown railroad
with a small homeplace nearby.
Following a fire, he replaced his
formerly-wooden structures with the
town's first brick building.
The quality constructed Frauenthal
building still stands and is on the
National Register of Historic Places.
* Frauenthal gave property
for a court square
in anticipation of the new
* 'Sugar Loaf'
(soon to be renamed Heber Springs)
became the county seat.
* A frame courthouse was
constructed by Frauenthal.
* 'Spring Park'
was another donation
he made to the community.
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
This biography is
humbly presented by
Audrey Burtrum-Stanley / Arkansas
Sallie Jacobs Frauenthal (1848 - 1915)*
Rosa Frauenthal (1870 - 1872)*
Mortimer Frauenthal (1872 - 1936)*
Julius Frauenthal (1873 - 1892)*
Eugene Moses Frauenthal (1877 - 1894)*
Cora Frauenthal Richardson (1879 - 1908)*
Clarence Frauenthal (1880 - 1949)*
Theresa Frauenthal Friedman (1888 - 1920)*
Ruth Frauenthal Krone (1894 - 1983)*
Temple Israel Cemetery
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Record added: Dec 16, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 45491087
In honour of a great patriotic. Deo Vindice, sir, we salute you.|
Added: Mar. 17, 2014