|Birth: ||Apr. 27, 1868|
|Death: ||Aug. 3, 1945|
The Wichita Beacon, Sunday, August 5, 1945, page 8B:
DEATH CLAIMS KANSAS PIONEER
Frank C. Eberhardt, 77, 225 West 25th Street, died in a local hospital Friday night. He was born April 27, 1868, at Alton, Iowa, and came to Wichita 17 years ago from Cassidy, Kas.
Survivors include his wife, Maude Eberhardt, two daughters, Mrs. Mary Williams, 2625 Fairview; and Mrs. Betty Fraley, Des Moines, Iowa; seven sons, John, Wewoka, Okla.; Jess, Seminole, Okla.; Henry, Geary, Okla.; Chester, Lyons, Kas.; Staff Sergt. Clayton, U.S. Army, overseas; Bobby, 437 North Washington, Wichita; and Billy of Hutchinson; two sisters, Mrs. Ed Rogers and Mrs. Lizzie Aikens, Glascow, Kas.; four brothers, John, Bert, and Val, Glascow; and Walter of Kansas City, Mo.; 21 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Broadway Mortuary.
Glasco Sun, Aug. 23, 1945, page 1:
FRANK CLINTON EBERHARDT
Frank Clinton Eberhardt, eldest of John and Mary Eberhardt's family of nine children, was born at Alton, Iowa, April 27, 1868, and passed away at his home in Wichita, Kansas, August 3, 1945, being 77 years, 3 months and 6 days of age.
His parents moved to Kansas when he was a small boy, homesteading northeast of Glasco, where he grew to young manhood.
All his life was spent in Kansas. Frank had a generous, friendly nature, which made for him many friends in the various communities in which he resided. He had the happy faculty of never really growing old, and occupied himself as a tree surgeon almost to the last.
He had a severe heart attack July 5, but seemed so much better, his death was a great shock.
Those who mourn his passing are his wife Maude Eberhardt, daughters, Mary Williams of Wichita, and Betty Fraley, Des Moines, Iowa; sons, John, Jess and Henry of Oklahoma, Chester of Lons (maybe Lyons?) Kansas, S-Sgt. Clayton of the U.S. Army, overseas; Bobby of Wichita, and Billy of Hutchinson; six step-children, twenty-one grandchildren, and ten great-grandchildren; also his sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Aikin and Mrs. Ad Rogers, and brothers, Bert, Val, and J.H. of Glasco, and Walter of Kansas City, Kansas.
A small daughter, Katie, died when they lived at La Harpe, and a son, Eddie, was killed in an auto accident and is also buried at that place.
Comforting services were conducted by Rev. Johnson, at Broad Mortuary, Wichita, August 6. A male quartet, composed of distant relatives of the deceased, sang "In That Land Where We'll Never Grow Old," and "The City Four Square." Interment was in the beautiful Wichita Park cemetery.
Obituaries provided by Cheryl White
Maude Alice Challans Eberhardt (1889 - 1953)
Alta Alma Hendrixson Eberhardt (1890 - 1920)*
Delsa Pearl Potter Pinkall (1878 - 1945)*
Jesse A Eberhardt (1891 - 1970)*
Charles Edward Eberhardt (1901 - 1924)*
Chester Earl Eberhardt (1905 - 1965)*
Wichita Park Cemetery and Mausoleum
Created by: The Old Genealogist
Record added: May 25, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52839155
David G. Stuart
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