|Birth: ||Jul. 14, 1879|
|Death: ||May 4, 1942|
Frances was born in Birmingham, England to John and Frances (Fannie) Spargo. Her parents immigrated to the United States when Frances was 11 months old. Her father died in Rome, NY 1882 where he was employed by the Rome Iron Works. In 1884, her mother married Nick Spargo, her father's brother.
June 15, 1903 Frances married George Mason and in 1910 the couple moved to Lubec, ME where George was employed as a master mechanic at American Can.
Frances and George had one son, Norman. She was very active in social, church, and organization work up to a year prior to her death, when failing health compelled her retirement. She had served Quoddy Light Chapter O.E.S. as Worthy Matron and as secretary, and had also been Dist. Deputy Grand Matron. She had been secretary of Fidelia Rebekah Lodge, and of the Ladies Social Union, and was secretary of the Women's Club at the time of her death, after having been its president for one or more years. She had also devoted much time to her church work, particularly as soprano soloist of the choir.
John Spargo (1856 - 1882)
Frances Foxall Spargo (1854 - 1925)
Norman Euclid Mason (1905 - 1948)*
Created by: James Spargo IV
Record added: Aug 14, 2008
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