Charles Frank, son of George F. and Catharine (Roup) Frank, natives of Germany, was born in Pennsylvania in
1842, and came to this county in 1864. His mother is now living in Pennsylvania, and his father died there in 1872.
Mr. F. is prominently connected with the history of Madison tp., and is one of its most enterprising citizens;
he is now Justice of the Peace; is a member of the Odd Fellows lodge at Bremen, number 427, and a Republican. In
1868 he was married to Mary A. Buhheit, who was born in Pennsylvania in 1844, and their 3 children are: George
F., Norman J. and Estella M.
Mr. F's educational advantages When young were good; he reads a good deal, both in German and English. At present
he is in partnership with Fred F. Lang, of Mishawaka, and is running a steam saw mill on sec. 22, mention of which
has already been made. Be is an equal partner in the mill, which he values at about $6,000, and also in 160 acres
of land, worth about $4,000.
History of St. Joseph County, Indiana
Chas. C. Chapman & Co., Publisher
St. Joseph County
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