ARNOLD, FRANK M., was born in the village of Reidsburg, Clarion county, Pa., on the 14th day of October, 1847.
In March, 1848, with his parents, he moved to the borough of Clarion, Pa., the county seat, and has resided there
In July, 1865 he became teller in the First National Bank of Clarion, and is at present acting as assistant cashier
in the same bank, making nearly twenty-two years in the banking business. In 1869 he was commissioned by Governor
Geary as notary publics and was re-commissioned in 1872, and has held the same position during the administrations
of Governors Hartranft and Hoyt, continuously until 1884. He was elected the first president of the Clarion Fish
and Game Association in ____. and has held the position to the present time. He has been engaged in the lumber
business in the firm of Leeper, Arnold & Co., and he has been very successful. He is also one of the firm of
C. Leeper & Co., which is a lumbering firm, and has over forty million feet of pine timber.
Mr. Arnold by his industry and business sagacity has acquired a handsome competence, and is now one of the substantial
and enterprising citizens of Clarion. He is liberal in his gifts to worthy charitable institutions, and his beautiful
homestead attests his taste, which his ample means enables him to gratify.
He has a family of five interesting children - Frank M., George E., Turner S., Alvin F., and Clara.
History of Clarion County, Pennsylvania
With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches
of some of its prominent pioneers.
EDITED BY: A. J. Davis
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Clairion County Pennsylvania Biographies
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