Frank Bolt

1877 - 1943

Source:  Betty S. Cavanaugh, Sept 2000



MR. FRANK BOLT CALLED BY DEATH

On December 29th, 1943, at his home in BURNET, Mr. Frank Bolt was called by death. He had been in poor health for many years, but bore his bodily ills with fortitude and courage.

His funeral service was held December 31st in the Northington Funeral Chapel, conducted by Rev. Buren Sparks, pastor of First Baptist Church of BURNET of which deceased was a consistent member. Burial was in the BURNET Cemetery, the pallbearers being, Mannie Shilling, Jesse Ellett, Wallace Riddell, Hunter Hibler, Earl Sawyer and Vernon Greer.

Mr. Bolt was born in BURNET County, Texas on June 13th, 1877, and resided in this section all his life. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Mrs. Flora Kate Carr of Dublin, Mrs. Mary Hibler of Bellaire, Lieut. Juanita Bolt, a nurse in Australia, one son Brooks Bolt of Austin; two sisters, Mrs. W. B. Atkinson, of Coleman, Mrs. J. H. Fry of Brownwood, and one brother, Jeff Bolt of BURNET, all of whom were at his funeral with the exception of the daughter in Australia.

Frank Bolt was a good man, and had the respect and friendship of all with whom he was associated. The family have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement.







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