Frank Barron


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Frank Eugene Barron was born December 18, 1877 in Princeton, Missouri and died June 9, 1966 in Prescott, Arizona. He married Nellie and had two daughters: Mrs. Arthur (Barron) Voelker and Miss Norma Barron. Barron served in the Spanish American War as an engineer. During World War I he served overseas one year as a first lieutenant with the Iowa 50th Engineers. He was very active in veteran affairs at Fort Whipple and in civic affairs in Prescott. He served as Commander of Joe Wheeler Camp 5 of Spanish American War Veterans for several years and was Department Commander from 1960-61. He was a member of Bucky O'Neil Post 541, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Ernest A. Love Post 6, American Legion and Prescott Barracks 2362, Veterans of WWI.

Handwriting on back of photograph is: "Frank Eugene Barron. Born December 18, 1877. Pvt. 50th Iowa Regiment of Volunteer Infantry. Spanish American War."

Burial Location: Mountain View Cemetery in Prescott.

Source: Sharlot Hall Museum Library & Archives: obituaries


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