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Henry Frampton & Lucinda Propst
Posted by: Tammy Frampton (ID *****7956) Date: April 12, 2010 at 06:04:36
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I am lost when it comes to Henry William Frampton. According to marriage document from Pendleton West Virginia, he was born abt 1889 and was from Clearfield Pa, Marriage to Lucinda Propst (born 19 March 1882) in Pendleton West Virginia 26 Sept 1909. According to a 1920 U.S. Census she was widowed, it is said he past away around the time his youngest was born Wesley D. Frampton 14 Nov 1919.

I am finding absolutely no record of a Henry W Frampton from Clearfield PA. Also according to marriage documents there was a D.M. Frampton also from Clearfield PA who married a Viola Propst in Pendleton West Virginia yr of 1908. His estimated birth abt 1884.

On both Marriage documents it is only showing initials, D.M. Frampton and H.W. Frampton-I know H.W. is Henry W because he is my Great Grandfather, if his middle name is actually William-I have no confirmation.

additional info: I have realized that alot of the Framptons went by their middle names opposed to their first names when reaching adulthood.

Any information anyone has I would greatly appreciate it!


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