1858 - 1925 (67 years)
||Conner, Frank M. |
||Greens Fork, Wayne County, Indiana, USA 
||Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, USA 
||Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, USA 
||Sackett | Simon Sackett the Colonist, Descendants of Thomas Sacket the Elder
||13 Dec 2013 |
||Conner, Calvin, b. Abt 1826, North Carolina, USA , d. Bef 1874 (Age ~ 47 years) |
||Sackett, Margaret Ellen, b. 11 Nov 1830, Centerville, Wayne County, Indiana, USA , d. 15 Apr 1922, Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, USA (Age 91 years) |
||31 Dec 1846
||Wayne County, Indiana, USA
||6 children |
|Born - 1858 - Greens Fork, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
|Died - 1925 - Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
|Buried - - Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
||2 Sons of Dr. David Sackett on Rival Sides in Civil War|
The story of Dr. David L. Sackett, pioneer Wayne county physician, dealt with in a previous article, told an interesting tale of early life in the settlement which grew into Richmond.
No less colorful are the histories of his descendants. Two of his sons served in the Union army and one with the Confederate forces.
- Frank was an attorney in Richmond, Wayne Co., IN.
1870 Census; Galveston, Cass County, Indiana
Page No. 177; 11 August, 1870; Post Office: Galveston, Ind.
Conner, Francis N., 11, M, W, At home, Indiana
1900 Census; Richmond City, Wayne Township, Wayne County, Indiana
SD No. 6; ES No. 170; Sheet No. 1A; 1 June, 1900
24 North 17th Street
Conner, Frank N., Son, W, M, Sept. 1858, 41, S, Indiana, Indiana, N. Carolina, Lawyer
Note: The birthplaces of his parents are reversed; should be: N. Carolina, Indiana
Dad did tell me a story about Frank, the attorney, my grandmother Lillian's brother. Frank had a mole on his chest that turned into cancer. Daddy said it was a huge open sore and so painful that he kept a pistol under his bed in case he could no longer stand the pain. He endured the pain until the cancer took his life.] - Rachel A. Foster
FRANK M. CONNER ATTORNEY, IS DEAD
Frank M. Conner, 67 years old, attorney-at-law and former justice of the peace, died at his home, 317 North Eighteenth Street Tuesday morning after a long illness. Death was due to cancer. Mr. Conner was born in Green's Fork, IN 1858. At an early age he removed with his parents to Cass county, where he grew to manhood. He received his education in the schools of Cass county and at the Indiana State Normal school at Terre Haute.
For several years Mr. Conner taught school in both Cass and Wayne counties.
He came to Richmond in 1888 and 1891 began the study of law with the firm of Jackson and Starr. After completing his studies he was admitted to the Wayne county bar and for several years was actively engaged in the practice of law.
He served asjustice of the peace for several years. Mr. Conner was not married. He is survived by one brother, W.W. Conner of Hemlock; and three sisters; Mrs. W.R. Berry and Mrs. A.J. Shaffer of Logansport and Mrs. Albert E. Foster of this city.
Find A Grave Memorial
Frank M. Conner
Birth: 1858; Greens Fork, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
Death: Jun. 9, 1925; Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
[Obituaty above is included]
According to his nephew, Albert J. Foster:
"Frank had a mole on his chest that turned into cancer. It was a huge open sore and so painful that he kept a pistol under his bed in case he could no longer stand the pain. However, he endured the pain until the cancer took his life."
See also: Memorial# 73876892
Calvin Conner (1826 - 1872)
Margaret Ellen Conner Sackett Berry (1830 - 1922)
Note: Interment: Jun.10, 1925
Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, USA
Created by: Thurmon King
Record added: Nov 30, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101536521
Headstone picture added by: Thurmon King
- [S159] Earlham Cemetery.
- [S30] Headstone, Rachel Stella (Reliability: 4).