Frank W. Seeyle

Personal

Gender: Male

Date of Birth: August 20, 1865

Birth Place: Newburg Township

Frank W. Seeyle, a well known and popular citizen of Lenora, Canton township, this county, was born in Newburg township, August 20, 1865, son of Anson C. and Janette S. (Washburn) Seelye. He received his schooling in district nineteen and grew to manhood in Lenora. He now operates the famous old Tavern, built in 1859. The farm which is conducted in connection with the Tavern consists of eighty-eight acres all under cultivation. Mr. Seeyle married Gurena Lund, and they have three children: Ralph, Louise and Ocea. He is an Independent voter, a member of the Methodist Episcopal church and a stockholder in the Amherst Creamery.

(Transcriber Note: Seeyle-Seelye usage as initially printed.)

Page 669 “History of Fillmore County Minnesota” compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge, published by H.C. Cooper, Jr. & Co., Chicago, 1912.

[Son of Anson Clark Seeley and his 2nd wife Nettie/Janette Washburn and grandson of Lyman Seeley SGS# 3438 – Frank W.; Anson Clark; Lyman (#3438); Daniel; David; Charles; Samuel; Jonas; Obadiah]