Biography of Frank H. Rowe
Oswego County, NY Biographies





Frank H. Rowe. - Numbered among the enterprising citizens of Oswego County is Frank H. Rowe, who is merchant and postmaster of New Haven. It is a strange coincidence that Mr. Rowe and his father have been the only citizens of New Haven to hold the latter office since 1898. Frank H. Rowe was born here, June 12, 1869, the son of Augustus A. and Caroline M. (Willmarth) Rowe.

Augustus A. Rowe, who died in New Haven in 1922, had spent practically his entire life at this place. For 30 years he conducted a general mercantile business and also served as postmaster. He conducted a business for six years at Syracuse, N. Y., but later returned to New Haven and retired. He was a Republican, and attended the Congregational Church. He was a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. His wife died in 1914. Both are buried at New Haven. Their children were: 1. Frank H., the subject of this sketch. 2. Fred, who lives at Baldwinsville, N. Y.

As a youth, Frank H. Rowe was identified with his father's business interests at New Haven. He is a graduate of Mexico High School and took a business course in Syracuse. He also was located in business in the latter city for four years. During his career, Mr. Rowe has farmed for almost six years. He has conducted his present general mercantile business since 1911 and in the same year was also appointed postmaster.

In 1892 Mr. Rowe was united in marriage with Miss Lottie Keeler, who died at New Haven in 1924. She was the daughter of Manville and Elizabeth Keeler. He died in 1905 and his wife died in 1912. To Frank H. and Lottie (Keeler) Rowe were born four daughters: 1. Eleanor C., born in 1897, was a teacher for several years: 2. Alberta Frances, born in 1905, a graduate of Oswego State Normal School, now a teacher. 3. Reatha LeMoyne, born in 1907, a graduate of Oswego State Normal School, now a teacher. 4. Evangeline Ade11a, born in 1913. All are graduates of Mexico High School.

Politically, Mr. Rowe is a Republican and attends the Methodist Church. He belongs to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

From:

The North Country
A History, Embracing
Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Oswego, Lewis
and Franklin Counties, New York.
By: Harry F. Landon
Historical Publishing Company
Indianopolis, Indiana 1932


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