Information for Cecilia Alice Wohlgamuth Frank
9 November1868 - 23 November 1937
Obituary from The Caldwell News-Tribune
26 November 1937
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo
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Hold Funeral of
rites for Mrs. Cecillia Alice Frank of Fargo, who died Tuesday
morning at a Caldwell hospital, will be held Sunday afternoon
at the Wilder Methodist church at 2:30. Rev. B. H. Keim
of Nampa will officiate at the rites. Burial will be in
the Fargo cemetery (actually buried in the Wilder Cemetery).
Surviving Mrs. Frank are her husband, Oliver E. Frank; two
daughters, Mrs. Elsie Selders of Caldwell route 3 and Mrs.
Ruth Holverson of Parma; 12 grandchildren; two great
grandchildren;; one sister, Mrs. Francis Sorder of West Salem,
Ohio. The body is now at the new Peckham chapel in
Also this article from
The Caldwell News-Tribune
29 November 1937
HOLD RITES OF
Funeral of Mrs. Frank
- Funeral services for Mrs. O. E. Frank were held on Sunday
afternoon at the Wilder Methodist church with the Rev. H. H.
Keim of Nampa and Rev. M. S. Frans, pastor of the Brethern
church of Nampa in charge of the service.
Mrs. Richard Keim sang "Going Down the Valley," and Mrs. Keim
and Miss Edna Woosley, Donald Eastman accompanying, sang
"Asleep in Jesus," and "Safe in the Arms of Jesus."
The pall bearers were E. H. Malaise, Ray Travis, Calvin Van
Tress, C. E. Burdick, W. E. Jones and Fred L. Smith.
Interment was in the Wilder cemetery.
Cecilia Alice Wohlgamuth was born November 9, 1869 in Star
county, Ohio. She was one of the four children of Jacob
and Fianna Wohlgamuth. She died at a Caldwell hospital
on November 19,1937 at the age of 69 years and 15 days.
Having united with the Brethern at the age of 17 she remained
a faithful member to the end.
30, 1885 she was married to Oliver Evans Frank and they
established a home near Pleasant Home in Wayne countyh, Ohio.
To Mr. and Mrs. Frank were born four children, two of whom
preceded their mother in deatgh, Laura Alice Goin in 1928 and
Thurman Jay Frank in 1931.
At the death
of Mrs. Goin Mr. and Mrs. Frank took into their house the
three young Goin children, Bertha, Trulah and Rena.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank came to Idaho in February 1910 and
purchased a home in the Fargo community where they lived until
about a year ago when, due to ill health, they rented their
farm and made their home with their daughter, Mrs. Elsie
Surviving Mrs. Frank are her
husband, two daughter Mrs. Selders of Caldwell and Mrs. Ruth
Holverson of this community; twelve grandchildren; two great
grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Francis Souder of Salem,
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