|Death: ||Jun. 21, 1956|
Mrs. Frankie Hill Brown, 76, Wichita, passed away June 21, after a three months illness in a Wichita hospital, following her return to Wichita from Lyford, Texas.
Frankie Hill was a teacher for many years and became the Superintendent of two different elementary schools in Wichita, Kansas. She remained single until age 40 when she married Ransom Brown, a widower who was the County Surveyor for Sedgwick County, Ks.
They were very happily married for 12 years when Mr. Brown died suddenly.
Mrs. Brown moved to the Rio Grande Valley of Texas where she learned Spanish, bought land and successfully developed several hundred acres of irrigated vegetables.
She was active in Daughters of the American Revolution, president of Women's Guild and a member of Daughters of the King, St. John's Episcopal CHurch and Order of the Eastern Star, Ivy Leaf Chapter.
Survivors include four sisters, Mrs. Catherine Hatfield, Wichita, Mrs. Pearle Hixson, Bowling Green, Kentucky, Mrs. Charles Muller, Wichita, and Mrs. Lowell Mason, Belle Plaine; a brother, Wilbur Lee Hill, Long Beach, California, and a step-daughter, Mrs. Hugh Cloninger, Wichita, Kansas.
George W Hill (1851 - 1935)
Clarissa Amanda Pattee Hill (1852 - 1921)
Created by: Cathy Kessinger
Record added: Dec 15, 2008
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