Not much is known about Frank except he was a trapper up in the Dakota's someplace. He'd come down to Texas when the weather got too cold up in those parts. It's not known if the old trapper had a missus or not...or if he left any little trappers behind. He died in his sleep on the porch of the family he was staying with in Corn Hill during the winter of 1937. They buried his body in the Catholic cemetery near their home in an unmarked grave. For a time his grave was marked with a plain red brick. Sometime later, a plain white marker with a cross was placed at the site of his grave.
Story relayed to me by Chris Vanek. A good christian man and friend of mine. He wanted to make sure old Frank wasn't forgotten.
Holy Trinity Catholic Cemetery
Created by: vickie smith hagedorn
Record added: Oct 23, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 79161350