|Birth: ||Aug. 19, 1851, Czech Republic|
|Death: ||Oct. 24, 1922|
FRANK FROLIK; obit taken from the Rice Lake paper.
Frank Frolik Sr., a resident of Route 3 for over twenty years, died Tuesday, October 24, at the age of 71 years. Funeral services were held at Dobie on Friday, the Rev. Fr. Savageau officiating. Mr. Frolik issurvived by his widow, four sons: Frank, Joseph, Antone and Lewis; five daughters: Mrs. Emil Wilda, Mrs Joseph Dvorak, Mrs. Joseph Schleiss, Mrs.John Stefl and Mrs. James Van Helden; two sisters: Mrs. Jacob Kremer of Antigo and Mrs. Rose Kremer of Birchwood;and two brothers; Joseph of Montana and James of Manitowoc.
Frank arrived in New York August 1866.He filed for citizenship July 20,1883.death Vol 10 Page
Obit taken from Barron Paper:
Frank Frolik, Sr., Dies at his home in Dobie:
Frank Frolik, Sr., died Tuesday morning, Oct. 24, at his home in Dobie,his wife and all his nine children being at his bed side as he breathed his last. The funeral was held, Friday morning, in charge of the Rev.Father Edmund E. Savageau, with interment in Our Lady of Lourdes cemetery at Dobie, beside the body of his deceased son.
Mr. Frolik has been ill for several months, and was a patient sufferer to the end. He was a man highly esteemed, hard working, industrious,honorable, and faithful to every duty which life brought him. He was a good husband, a considerate father and helpful neighbor. He has been especially active in religious work, and has been one of the pillars of Our Lady of Lourdes Church. He was well liked by all who knew him, and will be greatly missed.
Frank Frolik was born in Bohemia, He came to America in the early sixties, and located on a farm in Manitowoc County, this state. In 1899 they came to Barron county, and bought 154 acres, 80 in section 1, RiceLake township, and 74 in section 36 Oak Grove township. They made general repairs and improvements and carried on general farming anddairying there until 1917, when they sold the farm to their sons, Anton and Louis.
The deceased leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, and nine children, Mary,Lizzie, Frank, Joseph, Anna, Barbara, Julia, Anton and Louis.
Franks death 10/24/1922, Vol. 10 page 167 states his parents were Wenceslaus and Elizabeth Spevacek
Certificate located in Barron County Court House, Barron, Wisconsin.
Frank Frolik (1881 - 1970)*
Joseph Frolik (1882 - 1971)*
Louis Frolik (1894 - 1981)*
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church Cemetery
Created by: LOUISE ROSSATO
Record added: Apr 17, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51258460