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Tom Frenoy
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Birth: unknown
Death: Apr. 4, 1883

Tom and a second man, Fred Lobley were cutting wood when they were set upon by maurading apaches. The apache considered this place their ancestral homeland thus viewed the presence of the woodcutting party as invaders. Tom and Fred were both killed by indians in the last few years of Arizonas' "indian wars". Geronimo was known to lead the apache to other camps in Arizona and Mexico. They were a formidible force esp. if in "hostile mode". During their last encounters they out gunned the U.S. Army by use of lever action repeating rifles. Geronimo was a cagey leader. He fully understood the use of a photograph as a propaganda tool, consequently they were often photographed and such photos are priceless relics of the old west. Geronimo was never a chief of apache although he had many devoted followers. On the trail he was fearless and powerful. His group could move miles faster per day than any army follower ever could. Simply, the army continued the fight until Geronimo was exhausted spiritually and physically. Call that a victory if you will. Tom Frenoy and Fred Lobley were caught up in events. They were in the wrong place at the wrong moment. 
 
Burial:
Non-Cemetery Burial
Specifically: Toms' grave is alongside of Pinery Canyon road in the Chirichua Wilderness. Peace
 
Created by: billcarr
Record added: Aug 31, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15563898
Tom Frenoy
Added by: billcarr
 
Tom Frenoy
Added by: billcarr
 
 
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- Cherry Reynolds Solly
 Added: Dec. 15, 2014

- ME
 Added: Apr. 27, 2007
Rest in peace Tom.
- billcarr
 Added: Aug. 31, 2006
 
 
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