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Francis Henry "Frank" Vinall
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Birth: Feb. 19, 1894, Canada
Death: Nov. 8, 1993
Snohomish County
Washington, USA

Our 1st cousin 2x removed


Frank H. Vinall, 79 of 5811 Lowall Road, died Nov, 8 in a local hospital following a six month illness.

Mr. Vinall was born Feb. 19 1894 in Winnipeg, Canada and had lived in the Everett area the past 48 years. He was a member of the Modern Woodman of America and had worked as a furniture finisher in Everett at Goldberg and Van Winkle Furniture stores for a number of years. He was a veteran of WW I serving in the Canadian Army.

He leaves his wife, Maude of the home; a son Wesley Vinall of 5107 Woodlawn Ave, Everett and three grandchildren, Linda, Robert and Julie Ann. Mr. & Mrs. Vinall were married in England on Jan 14 1917.

Private family services well be 1 p.m. Monday in the Fireside Chapel, at the Solie Funeral Home. The Rev G. Richard Tuffle will officiate. Burial will be in Cypress Lawn Cemetery.

The Herald, Everett WA. 9 Nov 1973

Note: Son of Frank Vinall and Sadie Jane [nee Hodges] Vinall. 
Family links: 
  Maude Dorothy E. Noakes Vinall (1894 - 1982)*
  Francis Wesley Vinall (1923 - 1983)*
*Calculated relationship
Cypress Lawn Memorial Park
Snohomish County
Washington, USA
Plot: Memory Lane Section J-4 Space 16.
Created by: Jackie
Record added: Feb 01, 2008
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Francis Henry Frank Vinall
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Francis Henry Frank Vinall
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- Robert Duran ~
 Added: Nov. 9, 2008
Rest peacefully ancestor, you have not been forgotten.
- Jackie
 Added: Feb. 1, 2008

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