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Frank Leslie "Copie" Banning
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Birth: Apr. 28, 1897
Dry Point Township
Shelby County
Illinois, USA
Death: Jun. 9, 1975
Shelby County
Illinois, USA

Frank Banning Obituary published in the Shelbyville Daily Union June 10, 1975

Frank Banning Dies Monday, Rites Thursday
Frankie "Copie" Banning of Lakewood died at 7:00 p.m. Monday in the Shelby County Memorial Hospital.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Lockart & Son Funeral Home in Cowden where friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Mound Cemetery at Cowden.
He was born in Dry Point Township April 28, 1897, the son of John F. and Clara Oller Banning. On December 13, 1933, he was married to Eldo F. Koss.
Surviving are his wife, Eldo; one daughter, Mrs. Blaine (Inez) Griffith of Mt. Zion; one son, Roger Banning of Mode; one sister, Mrs. Annie Holley of Cowden and one brother, Carl Banning of Lakewood and three grandchildren.
Family links: 
  John Franklin Banning (1865 - 1930)
  Clara Mae Oller Banning (1866 - 1908)
  Eldo F Koss Banning (1911 - 2011)
  Infant Son Banning (____ - 1894)*
  Henry Ainsworth Banning (1895 - 1963)*
  Frank Leslie Banning (1897 - 1975)
  Carl Leo Banning (1899 - 1987)*
  William Harold Banning (1901 - 1968)*
  Annie Mae Banning Holley (1904 - 1992)*
*Calculated relationship
Married Dec 16, 1933
Mound Cemetery
Shelby County
Illinois, USA
Plot: Block 1, Lot 155
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Record added: Oct 22, 2009
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Frank Leslie Copie Banning
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Frank Leslie Copie Banning
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Frank Leslie Copie Banning
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