Biography of Frank W. Spooner


Spooner, Frank W., Newstead, p. o. Akron, was born in England in 1860, where he was educated and learned the butcher's trade. In 1882 he came to America, settling in Akron, where he established himself in business, and except for a short time when he was associated with D. F. Bates, he has conducted the business alone. By a thorough knowledge of the business and good careful management Mr. Spooner has one of the largest markets and most prosperous businesses in the northern part of the county. Mr. Spooner is an active and earnest secret society man, being a member of Akron Lodge No. 527, F. & A. M., and the Odd Fellows Lodge No. 212. He has been twice married; his first wife was Lottie, daughter of Frank and Elizabeth Packman, prominent farmers of Newstead. She died in 1892, leaving one child, Ethel; for his second wife he married Minnie Packman, sister of his first wife, and they have two children, Harry and Lottie.

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