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Re: Mary Ann Frink - Signer of Declaration of Sentiments - Seneca Falls in 1848
Posted by: Steve Jackson (ID *****3448) Date: January 18, 2006 at 11:04:51
In Reply to: Mary Ann Frink - Signer of Declaration of Sentiments - Seneca Falls in 1848 by Charles Lenhart of 423

Charles,

Our Mary Ann Frink was born in Southeastern Connecticut and it has been an unconfirmed family "legend" that she traveled to Seneca Falls and signed the Declaration of Sentiments. I include her specifics below. Any help? Am I all wet?

Mary Ann Frink
Confirmed by A. A. Aspinwall
Birth:       May 29, 1824
PlaceB:       North Stonington (likely)
Death:       Sept 5, 1914
PlaceD:       North Stonington
Spouse:       Nathaniel M. Main               
DateM:       Mar 21, 1841
PlaceM:       North Stonington by Rev. Levi Walker

Father:       Zechariah Frink              
Mother:       Phebe Holmes              

Children:       
C1:              Harriet E.       b. Sept. 10, 1842              North Stonington
C2:              Mary M.              b. Sept. 6, 1848              Ledyard
C3:              Nathaniel N.       b. Aug. 27, 1851              North Stonington
C4:              John L.              b. March 18, 1855              Preston

Residence:       North Stonington       

Other:       Interred in Main Cemetery #67, North Stonington


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