|Birth||22 FEB 187911 12 13 14 15 |
or possibly 22 Feb 1880
Salvation Army officer|
Room mate of Herman Sundtrum; both Salvation Army
Home: northeast corner of Highland Avenue
Residence: northeast corner of Highland Avenue
Clerk; Home: 1116 Armour Avenue
with wife, Maude D [sic], at 728 Texas
with wife, Maude E. Page, at 246 Chestnut Avenue
1116 Armour Ave. (now Monterey Road)
|Reside||abt 191819 |
116 Chestnut Ave.
at 656 14th, with [wife], Maude D Page and four of their children
clerk; Home: 1116 Armour Avenue
1116 Monterey Road
at 1116 Monterey Road, with [wife], Maude
|Reside||1935/194014 19 |
5081 Bohlig Road
5081 Bollig Road
at 5081 Bohlig Road
at 5081 Bohlig Road
|Death||26 MAR 1958|
certificate signed by [his nephew], D. E. Spivey; married to Rose at the time of his death.
|Grave||31 MAR 195815 |
Plot: Eventide, Map 1, Lot 1605, Space 2
Aged: 79.1 years
1898/1908, Salvation Army officer (Captain) for about 10 years
Frank joined The Salvation Army and became a member of a group called the Charioteers. These were evangelists who traveled from place to place with their musical instruments bringing the Gospel to anyone who would listen. One listener was Frank's future wife, Maude May Darrow. He invited her and her family to a Salvation Army meeting. They came and joined The Salvation Army. Frank worked for the U.S. Post Office for forty years, at least some of them spent riding the rails, sorting mail as the mail train went from one town to another.
Later, when he worked for the U.S. Postal Service, his job was to sort mail while on a train.
I have a little aside to this: His granddaughter, Eva World (who lived in Sacramento), was being courted by her future husband, George C. Sholin (whose home was in San Francisco), for several years during the early 1940s. They created quite a large collection of love letters during this time. One of the letters caught my eye. There was an envelope stamped by Frank Page with his name.. During his sorting duties Frank had come upon a letter from one of them to the other, so he stamped it so the recipient would know through whose hands the message had passed. Eva commented on it in a follow-up letter. It must have been fun to receive that letter.
NOTE: This is NOT the Frank Edward Page of Modoc County, born 20 Feb 1880. that one went to prison for murder, and died 21 Sep 1939.