|Birth: ||Jun. 15, 1840|
|Death: ||Mar. 13, 1915|
Grandson of Richard Reynolds of Armstrong Co., Pa
FRAMPTON Richard Reynolds - March 18, 1915 - Richard Reynolds, Frampton, a brother of Messrs. D.T. and C.H. Frampton and Mrs. J.H. Wilson and Mrs. J.H. Elliott, all of Clarion, and Mrs. J.S. Wrightnour of Scranton, Pa., died at his home in Oil City, Pa., Saturday, march 13, 1915, at the age of 75 years. The deceased was a son of the late Samuel and Evelyn Frampton of Clarion Township, and was born on the farm home June 15, 1840. He spent the early part of his life near Clarion and was educated in the public schools, at Reid Institute and the Iron City Business College.
He was in the merchandising business in Corsica with his brother-in-law, J.H. Elliott. He went to Oil City in 1864 and opened a grocery block at the corner of West First and Petroleum streets to accommodate his growing business. He retired about ten years from the store business, but was active in oil up till a few years ago.
Mr. Frampton has been a member of the Baptist Church almost ever since he went to Oil City and for forty years served as deacon. In all his membership in the church it was a very rare thing for him to be absent from service.
Politically he was a Democrat and was very popular being elected Member of Council and City Assessor when all the balance of the officers were Republicans.
Mr. Frampton was married to Miss Hannah Wilson Elliott, of Callensburg, in 1865. He is survived by his wife and one daughter, Miss Louise G. Frampton, at home, and two sons, Charles R. Frampton, Franklin, and Harry E. Frampton, of Latrobe, PA. Rev W.S. Dunlap, his pastor, conducted the services, assisted by Re. Dr. Cornelius, and the internment was made in Grove Hill Cemetery.
Samuel F Frampton (1810 - 1886)
Evaline Reynolds Frampton (1820 - 1896)
Grove Hill Cemetery
Created by: Bonnie Parks
Record added: Jun 15, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71420722