|Birth: ||Sep. 9, 1866|
|Death: ||Jan. 8, 1894|
Frank was the last born child to Clement Hulbert and Ellen Maria Farnsworth in Milford Twp.,Defiance County, Ohio.
He married Mary Fisher.
Correspondence with The Toledo Public Library,Letter dated 26 Jun 1969."Frank E. Hulbert, age 27,Wife: Mary, is listed in the Toledo City Directory 1894, Frank deceased January 8, 1894."
Obituary notice for Frank stated he left a wife..no children mentioned.
1880 Census, Milford Twp, Defiance Co.,Ohio p 5
Clement Hulbert 60 Born: Ohio Parents: Vermont
Ellen 46 Born: Mass Parents: Mass..
Edna 18 Born: Ohio
Oliver Farnsworth 84 Boarder Mass (Ellen's parents)
Edna " 70 Mass
Note: My grandmother, Edna, was 18 yrs old and must have been helpful in that situation of taking care of the elderly grandparents.
Letter written to Mrs. Ellen Hulbert from Rinehart Hospital, Ashland, Wis.,Jan.5,1894 "Dear Madam, Frank Hulburt was hurt in the woods at Fisher's Camp and is in the hospital, a log rolled on him and he is hurt in his back and head to such an extent that it will be a doubt if he ever recovers. He wished me to write you. He don't have his right mind only a part of the time. Yours Truly, Mrs. W. T. Rinehart (Wife of Dr. W. T. Rinehart)
Old letter to:
Your brother, Frank Hulbert, was brought to the hospital from Fred Fishers Camp Dec. 29, (1893) and died Jan. 8, 1894. A log rolled on him, breaking his back, fracturing his skull and also causing an injury in his stomach. He was out of his head when he came and was conscience at any time (?)
He had been living all summer with an old man named J.V. Davidson, at Bark Bay, Bayfield, Wisconsin. This old man is on a homestead, he was here before your brother died and said all of his clothes were with him when you brother came. He had with him simply the clothing which he was then wearing. I sent these to you by express today. He hadn't any money at all, he had a hospital ticket which entitled him to treatment while in the hospital. As far as the watch and papers you speak of you will probably secure them by sending to this old man. Mrs. W. T. Rinehart, Ashland, Wisconsin"
!OBITUARY: "Frank E. Hulbert was born in Milford Township, Defiance County (Ohio) September 9, 1866, and died at Ashland, Wisconsin, January 12, 1894, aged 27 years, 4 months and 3 days. He leaves a wife, mother, brother and three sisters to mourn his loss, besides a large circle of friends.
Frank, while working at Fisher's Camp, was hurt in his back and head by a rolling log and died a few days after. His body arrvied in Hicksville, Monday night. The funeral services were held in the Lost Creek Church Rev.
J.W. Lilly on Wednesday, and he was buried in that cemetery." Newspaper clipping
Clement Hulbert (1820 - 1889)
Ellen Marie Farnsworth Hulbert (1834 - 1907)
Harry Dale Hulbert (1888 - 1889)*
Wesley N. Hulbert (1853 - 1923)*
Rilla L Hulbert Jennings (1857 - 1942)*
Ida May Hulbert Everitt (1860 - 1939)*
Edna Celestia Hulbert Law (1862 - 1949)*
Frank E. Hulbert (1866 - 1894)
Lost Creek Cemetery
Created by: Eleanor L. Johnson
Record added: Sep 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58281576
to my searles cousin-2nd cousin 4x removed.sleep well.frank|
Added: Jun. 30, 2013
Added: Sep. 26, 2010
To my grand-uncle, brother to my grandmother Edna Hulbert Law.You are always remembered. With love,|
Eleanor Law Johnson
Added: Sep. 6, 2010