|Birth: ||Feb., 1852|
|Death: ||Jun. 2, 1912|
Dallas Morning News
June 3, 1913
LAWYER DIES VERY SUDDENLY
Frank B. Stanley Had Resided in Fort Worth Thirty Years - Five Judges will be Pallbearers
Special to The News.
Fort Worth, Texas, June 2 - Frank B. Stanley died suddenly of heart failure. He had been a resident of Fort Worth thirty years and practiced law.
His first firm was Wray & Stanley, followed by Stanley & Spoonts, E. R. Meek entering the firm later.
In 1896 President McKinley offered him the United States Judgeship for the Northern District of Texas, which was declined that Judge Meek might be appointed.
Since 1904 Mr. Stanly has had associated with him his son, John R. He was always an active Republican, though never an officeholder.
Pallbearers will be Judges Conner, Dunklin, Speer, Simmons, Buck and Swayne.
William Stanley (1801 - 1885)
Judith F. Bailey Stanley (1808 - 1864)
Sarah Letitia Davis Stanley (1856 - 1950)
John Robert Stanley (1877 - 1953)*
W. E. Stanley (1879 - ____)*
Ethel Eugenia Stanley Irvine (1884 - 1925)*
Frank Wray Stanley (1889 - 1955)*
Josiah E Stanley (1826 - 1859)*
Francis Bailey Stanley (1852 - 1912)
Note: unmarked, No Stone
Plot: Block 10, Lot 48
Created by: Old History Buff
Record added: Nov 04, 2011
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